This place changes quite a bit depending on which day you go. Thursday to Saturday it is extremely crowded, so much so that you can barely walk, it takes forever to get and drink, and the floor is not really enjoyable. The music can also be atrocious; unless you’re completely hammered I don’t see how you can enjoy their random mix of Portuguese top 40, anthem pop and whatever else the DJ decides. If you are hammered, though, it’s hilarious and fun. People there are generally in a great mood and it’s good for some craziness.
Wednesdays are not so crowded, there is still a good amount of people seeing how it’s a pretty popular club, and they play some different music (basically Latin music). That’s interesting and different to most clubs in Lisbon where on “Latin” nights they often play only a couple of Latin songs and then the usual, so if that interests you I recommend it. You will also get to actually enjoy the space.
Drinks are priced ok, served pretty heavy. Security can be a little rude, but I’ve never had any serious incidents there. They will push though, and when it gets full they don’t really bother addressing properly and just use some forceful gestures to tell you what they want. As in any club, play nice and you’ll be fine.
The club itself is beautiful because of its location and view, and the outdoor area is great for a break or a little talk now that the weather has improved. It can also be a good break from the music.
The crowd is very young. I am still in college and still most people I talked to there were younger than me.
Honestly it’s a very particular experience, on balance probably worth it, but not a place I’d visit regularly unless you really wanna go all out. Too crowded and no good music.