The converted produce warehouse dates to 1852 but plays EDM (Electronic Dance Music) that dates to last week. Maybe the week before. It’s our choice for dance music since, even with all the lighting, it still manages to feel like NOLA rather than SoBe. Frequent appearances by local bounce stars (Big Freedia, Sissy Red); worn-out murals; and plenty of distressed wood add vibe—just avoid the view-blocking wood columns (get up front, or head up to the wraparound balcony). Drinks are nothing great but easily accessed.