Like any other Earl's only:
The atmosphere at this Earl's is a little over the top, considering the blaring house music, scantily clad all female staff, and 80% lounge area make this place more of a club than a restaurant. The dining area is tucked away underneath the staircase, and I would definitely not recommend letting one of the manipulative servers seat you there since it's a little cramped and off in the corner.
I live above the restaurant, and it's a great place to hang out, but not to dine.
If you go for Monday Night Football you might be lucky enough to catch "the girls" strutting around in sleeveless referee jerseys and heels. And I must say it's a great place to watch a game, considering there are huge plasma screens all over the walls and beautiful women, who manage to put half your stuff on someone else's bill by accident (has happened to me more than once), since the Earl's hiring process is definitely not competency based.
As always, the Earl's menu is trying to do too many things on a mediocre level, rather than making a few great items. The specials are always something to go home and cry about, regardless of how much the servers “romance” them.