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While other sexually-charged brick and mortar locations like the peep show and pornograpic movie theater have gone the day of the dodo due in large part to the ease in which people can let their freak flag fly from the comforts of their own home, the strip club continues to flourish in today's culture.
In the last year alone, three high-profile figures in the world of sport and music have stated or initiated their intentions to open up their own clubs. Many speculate that Mayweather is cutting out the middle man after reports of him spending hundreds of thousands of dollars at clubs throughout the United States in the last several years. Most people give little thought to the kitchen and menu when choosing a strip club. Not only are you possibly cheating yourself out of a killer buffet, but you might even be missing out on a dining experience that is Michelin-quality.
Frank Bruni at The New York Times called his medium-rare porterhouse steak and onion rings a "possibly perfect meal. Wale and Jerry Seinfeld have even argued about this very topic. How 'bout oatmeal and strippers? Where: Atlanta Why it's notable: The music. GQ has called Magic City in Atlanta, "America's most important club" because of its ability to make or break a star in the hip-hop world. Dancers and patrons alike ultimately serve as the perfect barometer for whether a particular song can cut through the chaotic environment and truly make people want to get up and move.
You can have Young Thug, Future, 2 Chainz in here on the same night. And you get DJ Esco. If Esco play your record?
Everything Esco touch out here is off the charts. Lil Magic, the manager of the club paints a vivid picture of what it's like to party at Magic City, saying, "gorgeous strippers, money everywhere [and] hot wings. It's not a strip club if you don't have money on the floor with hot wings in it. You've got to have an eaten bone from a hot wing on top of the money with a stripper heel that is off and right there.
And bottles. Plenty of bottles.
And empty cups. That's the American dream. The real draw is who is attendance. You can find anybody in Magic City, anybody.
Where: Miami Why it's notable: The excess. In FebruaryRick Ross celebrated his birthday at King of Diamonds in Miami where he reportedly dropped a cool million dollars on dances, alcohol and food. Well that night, we broke the club. They did not have a dollar to give us as we requested more money…not one dollar.
In terms of amenities, those that show up will encounter dancers, 18 bartenders, 24 waitresses, and 25 security guards inside a 50,square-foot warehouse which also boasts a tattoo parlor, a barbershop, a sex toy store, and a basketball half-court. The club itself is the brainchild of Jack Galardi who Miami writers have called a, "low-budget Hugh Hefner," and, "the Buddha of the strip club industry. Admittedly, a town that only boasts a population of 1, people doesn't exactly scream "strip club bucket list" like other burgs in Las Vegas, Atlanta and Miami.
However, the School House actually exists inside a former elementary school - making it one of the stranger strip clubs in the United States. The former cafeteria now features a small stage with a mirrored backdrop set that includes two stripper poles under black lights and the teachers lounge has been converted into a VIP room. Where: New York Why it's notable: The female to male ratio.
Established inSapphire Gentlemen's Club resides in a 10,square-foot, multimillion-dollar space that once belonged to another Big Apple staple, Scores. What makes Sapphire particularly unique is that 40 percent of their Sunday night clientele is female - a stark contrast to a usual male-dominated demographic. This is due in large part to the growing reputation for the party on Sunday night, called "SINS," that boasts regulars like Lil Jon, Questlove, Sting, Clive Owen, Mark Sanchez and Dennis Rodman who intermingle amidst scantily clad waitressed bearing flaming bottles of champagne.
But for those looking for a classic strip club experience, Saint Venus is not the place. There are no stripper poles and nudity follows a "less is more" doctrine. If there was one major complaint about most strip clubs, it's that many of the dancers aesthetics fall more in line with tastes of yesteryear when Playboy was dictating what standard of beauty were like.
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