Describing itself as a ‘Bar, Canteen, Danceteria’, GOODGOD is a unique joint right in the middle of Chinatown. Most people come for late night dance moves and debauchery, but you could easily start and finish your night here between the front bar, diner and dance floor out back.
The themed trivia nights get pretty interesting and attract a cracking crowd of eccentrics, they range from Simpsons and Beyonce trivia to Pixar, and are all free. The bar stocks a range of bottled beers, spirits and wines but the Punch Jugs are the most remarkable – we shared a Jerk (Bulleit Bourbon, creaming soda and glacé cherries) and the Pop-Eye-Pop (Sailor Jerry’s, Cointreau, lychees and dry ginger ale) was also pretty tasty. They’re $25-$30 each, an easy round in a big group.
The food at The Dip, their American-diner-style eatery, is classic yank fare: hot dawgs, chili fries (with real beef chili), burgers and wings, etc. Wear your dancing shoes and prepare to get all turn’t up on the dance floor; with live music or DJs most nights of the week, you’ll want to be on it for hours.