PLAZAS, PUBS & ENTERTAINMENT
The futuristic portal of Pacific Station led to three caberets/nightclubs. By day, casual dining and free entertainment was offered, but after the sun set, it was non-stop music and dance-till-you-drop action. Each venue was themed on the different modes of travel -- air, sea and land.
For those with a sense of adventure, The Flying Club's aviation decor allowed its dinner theatre guests to sit above the clouds on the wing of an airplane while watching Vaudeville style shows, Theatre sports and Second City comedy.
Waves presented round-the-clock entertainment in the tropical atmosphere of an ocean cruise. It featured a clear, plexiglas floor/aquarium with fish swimming underneath your feet.
Eighty Six St.
the loudest of the three venues and the most popular with the younger
Housing over 700 guests, DJ music and a laser fight between a Tank and
a spaceship were two of the highlights featured on the dance floor.