Nancy's is fun with a few friends who
want to sing. The staff is pretty attentive and never leave you wanted for anything. The karaoke is always going and people really seem to have a great time singing here. If you like to sing it is great. The beer is over priced and the place kinda has a little bit of a dingy feel to it. Otherwise it is not bad.
Nancy's is a cozy bar/restaurant whose
patrons run the gamut with respect to age and musical tastes. Karaoke begins around 8pm, and is fun and entertaining, whether you are a spectator or participant. The DJ has over 100,000 songs in his library and he does a good job of making sure there's a decent mix offered throughout the evening. Some of the regulars have pretty good voices. Occasionally someone will get on stage after they've enjoyed a bit too much liquid bravado, but they're just as fun to cheer on as the others.
We arrived early on a Sunday night with a friend visiting from Australia. At first we weren't quite sure what to think of the place but as the evening went on, we found ourselves among a lively and friendly crowd.
About the food -- the apricot chicken was a little overcooked and lacked flavor but the pork tenderloin was wonderful.
1-the a/c is extremely efficient, so bring a wrap or sweater if you tend to chill easily.
2-don't pick a song with swear words, or if you do, make sure you don't actually sing them. The owner WILL make the DJ turn it off. (not a bad thing, IMHO)
Don't wast your money..
The service was good, but not the food. I had the chicken fried steak which was ok, my wife's scallops were over cooked and chewy. My son ordered a $25 Rib Eye steak medium rare and what he got was a dry, tough cut of meat with little flavor. We will not be going back.