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Unread Posted: 02-11-2020, 08:52 AM   #6
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Iím a newbie stripper, just recently started and have only danced here so I canít compare it but I can tell you that most of the girls seem friendly, management seem like they really care about their dancers too. There is one stage, itís a small place but I think itís good for starting out. The lap dances are done in a small area separated by curtains, and a champagne/vip room is sectioned off separately but still only a curtain for a door. In the vip room youíre supposed to keep one foot on the floor at all times. And thereís cameras in every room including the lap dance areas. Thereís no extras here from what I can tell. There is still no house mother, and the dj is actually a computer. You pick what type/ style of music you like and it has like a shuffle. You will get hit with a lot of wack music regardless of what you choose.
 
Unread Posted: 10-15-2006, 09:19 AM   #5
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This was my very first club and now that I have more experience I can finally review it. This club is very small. The dressing room is tiny and if you are a person that needs their space then this is not the club for you.There aren't a lot of lockers in the dressing room and they are given out by seniority. Tip out is reasonable a flat rate for both day and night shift, the girls for the most part are friendly. Still best to go in, make your money and go home. Management was pretty fair when I was there. The owner is a sweetheart and used to spend a lot of time in the building. This club doesn't have housemothers or makeup artist so you will need to bring your own supplies. To make money you will have to work for it, dances when I was there were 15 a song and there were lots of regulars that came in. I only left because I out grew the place. I miss it and will always have fond memories of the place.
 

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Unread Posted: 05-02-2006, 07:48 PM   #4
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Date at Club: 11/30/2005 Customers per Dancer: No Comment Management: Great
Overall Rating: Rated: 6 stars by Kaiyla Mileage Expected: Light Contact Booking Delay: None
Dancer Quality: 7-8 Customers: Locals
Fees: Average Dances per Customer: 2-3 Selling dances: Average
Hiring Tips: Easy audition, they'll hire you if you're interested for the most part
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Neighborhood club. If you don't mind the grind, then it's not bad. Money is better here than Foxy Brockton and about the same as The Caberet. Stage money for the most part blows. They have 18+ nights and some of those guys just spend their allowances getting into the door. You have to work a Sunday, Monday or Tuesday to work any other days of the week. You make your money through private dances which are done out in the open and with one way contact (you to the customer), customer can't touch. Dances are $15. but most customers will give you $20. If you choose to drink at the club, be CAREFUL..the cops in the area are a pain in the ass and in my opinion, get a thrill out of pulling over dancers. Management is really cool, very reasonable. Unfortunately the girls here for the most part are catty and not worth bothering with. I felt very uncomfortable around them which made me make more money because I stayed out of the dressing room Do your business and leave, basically.
 
Unread Posted: 07-10-2005, 08:22 PM   #3
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this was the first club i worked at. the dress code was gowns on stage, and no boots. Basically anything for walking around. But you are supposed to change frequently for each stage show. It is silly that they try to keep it "upscale", since it is really not an upscale club... especially since foxy lady opened up. But, it is better to work at than foxy lady. the dressing room can be very crowded, but there are lockers for everyone. Expect to fight over mirror space. If there is a housemom, she will try to get you out of dressing room, and onto floor, even if there is no money to be made. Table dance area is very crowded, and everyone can see your dance. When I was there it was just nude table dances about a foot or two away. There wasn't a champagne room (this was 1998). Money was average 400 on weeknights, and highs on weekends 600-800. But this was late ninties, and during winter months. Summer sucks (around 250-400).
 
Unread Posted: 05-23-2005, 10:37 PM   #2
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Date at Club: 11/30/2003 Customers per Dancer: No Comment Management: Average
Overall Rating: Rated: 5 stars by library_queen Mileage Expected: Medium Contact Booking Delay: No Comment
Dancer Quality: 7-8 Customers: Mixed
Fees: Average Dances per Customer: 2-3 Selling dances: You have to hustle
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I felt safe working here, but the money was really dry. Supposedly summers are dry, but I went home frustrated more often than satisfied. A few girls managed to clean up every day, but they were in the minority. Dress code is smallish but picky, which annoys the hell out of me. The table dance area is not very sexy at all, and it's more awkward and hard to manouver around. You absolutely cannot ask for certain songs or bring your own music. There's also a four-song set and it takes forever. You also have to switch stages if it's busy. The dressing room is tiny, and while not outrageous, there's a risk of theft. The menu covers a lot of different choices, but I think the food could be better. It's overpriced. The management watches out for you, but also manages to be patronizing to its dancers at times with stupid rules, like no bringing your own food. Still, the dressing room is clean, the housedaddy (at the time I was working) was approachable, the doorman was a sweetheart, and the owner was friendly and eager to make you feel welcome. Tipout and house is one flat fee, and I'm a big fan of that. No fussing, no risk of stiffing anyone, just pay it and be done. I paid $35 for the earliest shift, and $45 on Friday mornings. It goes up a lot from there, I think, like $50 if you arrive later than 10am. Back to the money. Money is so tough to make here sometimes. I very much hate how they insist on putting 12 girls on during a weekday day shift. More often than not, there were way more girls than customers and that was stressful. I felt moderate pressure to bump and grind in order to keep up with the other girls, moenywise. I think I'd actually prefer light contact than none at all. It's just easier to keep them happy. The table dance area sucks because it's just a row of chairs, all close together, and it sucks when your customer is looking over at the next guy getting a nasty dance that you don't want to do. Overall, I'm not sure I'd work here again. Supposedly it's managed better than any other clubs around, but I was underwhelmed by the whole experience.
 
Unread Posted: 06-15-2004, 01:26 PM   #1
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Date at Club: No Comment Customers per Dancer: 5 Management: Great
Overall Rating: Rated: 9 stars by bostondancer Mileage Expected: Air Dances Booking Delay: None
Dancer Quality: 7-8 Customers: Mixed
Fees: Average Dances per Customer: 2-3 Selling dances: Easy
Hiring Tips: come in for amatur night on sunday
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I have worked here for almost 4yrs . I always have regular customers that come back to see me . Even though they do not have the typical champagne room we do sell a fair amount even during the day . I always have fun working here and can count on a consitant amount of money which in this biz is not easy to do . They have a good menu . The girls dress code isn't to stricked and we all get along for the most part .
 
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