Unwritten rules when at a Brisbane Nightclub
Having a night out with friends is one of the best ways to relax and get rid of all the stress you have accumulated due to your daily activities. For most people, going to nightclubs is the best way to enjoy their night. But while Brisbane nightclubs provide a lot of thrill and excitement, it is also one of the common places where fights and accidents are likely to happen.
So, if you are planning to go to a nightclub in Brisbane, here are a few unwritten rules you should be aware of. These rules, while they are unwritten are expected to be followed in nightclubs, even in Mi Casa Nightclub Brisbane.
First of all, you need to have your ID out before you approach the door. The staff may know you, since maybe you are a regular at the nightclub, however, there are instances when new staff are stationed at the door. Looking for your ID when you are already at the door will tend to hold the line and upset the other people on the line.
Secondly, try not to walk into a Brisbane nightclub wasted. Nothing good will come out of that. You may probably fail to make it through the nightclub’s door. While drinking before entering a nightclub in Fortitude Valley may seem cool, make sure to drink moderately and not let it get out of control.
Do not reach behind the bar of a Brisbane nightclub. Some people tend to do this because they know the bartender for quite a long time or are probably closely acquainted with the staff or management. But reaching behind the bar to get a straw, napkin, or even a piece of paper is a big no! No matter how well known you are, behind the bar is off limits. The same can be said to anyone except the nightclub’s bartender.
Fourth, do not hit on the bartender or harass the waitresses. While some guys think this is cool and all, the fact is, this is downright rude. It is disrespectful to the waitresses and bartender, as well as the establishment. Just try to put yourself in their shoes and ask yourself if you want some complete stranger coming into your workplace and hit on you or harass you, while you’re doing your job.
Fifth, if you break a glass, make sure to tell the staff. Glasses, plates, and even liquor bottles often break in nightclubs. This is understandable. In fact, even the crew and the bartenders break glasses often. But while it is a common occurrence in Brisbane nightclubs, it is vital to inform the staff or crew after you break a glass. By not doing so, someone could get hurt or seriously injured, and that includes you.
Sixth, do not talk on your mobile phone while at a Brisbane nightclub. The music at nightclubs tends to be loud and having a conversation in there will force you to shout into the phone so that the other person at the end of the line can hear and understand what you’re saying. Instead torturing other customers and staff with your screams, go outside so you can speak to and hear the other person clearly.
Make sure all your valuables are secured. Losing phones, wallets, purses, etc. can dampen your night out with your friends. On top of that, it is nearly impossible to pinpoint who the culprit is. So, make sure to keep track of your valuables with you or at least assign someone to watch over you stuffs.
Eight, do not take your glasses or bottle to the dance floor. The dance floor is intended for dancing, as such make sure to leave your drinks on your table. Plus, it is quite hard not to spill your drink when you are dancing. You may end up spilling your drink on your friends or other people on the dance floor, which could start an argument.
Lastly, do not be a douchebag. Refrain from starting fights and being rude to other people. Also, when you hit on women or guys and they deny your effort, just leave them alone and refrain from catcalling or being rude to them. Everyone wants to have a good time and they don’t want to spend the night bailing your ass in jail or breaking up a fight. Do not be rude to bartenders. Do not push or scream at people. Be mindful of your manners.