It's understandable for people to be wary of the new guy in town, especially because DJ Qualls is extremely terrifying to look at. Obliterating any community concerns by creating an awesomely inviting nightclub, Club Reign.
Finally open after a lengthy legal war between the Gidewon family (owners of Vision, Compound, and Velvet Room) and distrustful neighborhood factions of Midtown, Reign has arrived in a 10k sqft space with two floors of chrome, upstairs skybooths, glass-wall-separated VIP areas, and lit-up pillars of (safe, they swear) liquid nitrogen smoke coming down from the ceiling, all of which they say makes it "the new ruler in Atlanta nightlife", which would be quite the...feet. Reserve a 10-person table by ordering bottle service (three for the lower level, four for upstairs) including magnums of Moet, Dom P, and Armand de Brignac, or boozes like Don Julio Blanco, Johnnie Black, and Ciroc Red Berry, also what Chuck Berry's face was after being accused of having his music created by Michael J. Fox. They'll keep things interesting with
untrained tigers just kinda running wild weekly events like Ambia Thursdays with DJ Nova and TiTo spinning Latin tunes and free Salsa lessons, International Fusion Fridays with spins from Baby Yu, and a live Q100 broadcast on Saturdays of dance/house remixes; for all nights, the dress code's "ultra chic", so dressing like Le Freak will likely ensure no more Good Times for you.
Soon enough they'll open the second phase of the party complex, a slightly smaller, more intimate lounge named Vanquish; while there won't be any connecting doors (because ATL clubs can't be over 10k sqft anymore), it'll be a very close next-door neighbor, meaning you won't have to do a Road Trip to keep spending your Green.