Friday, November 27
Palomino Club – Where the Beer is Cold and the Dancers Are Hot (and Fully Nude)
If you’re still overstuffed with turkey and dressing from yesterday’s feast and today’s leftovers, and your crazy relatives have all gone home leaving your house a mess and your brain frazzled, this might be a good night to settle into a comfortable seat with a cold beer and let the naked girls of Palomino Club (club review / club website) give you something to really be thankful for.
Palomino Club is the only Vegas Strip Club that has a full bar and fully nude dancers.
On weekends, you’ll usually find Kimmie, who was our December 2014 Dancer of the Month, dancing on stage and available for more intimate private shows. Click the link to view Kimmie’s photo gallery.
Palomino has a new VIP package deal for out-of-towners who are coming to the club alone. The $60 “Flying Solo” package covers your round-trip transportation, entry fee, and two drinks.
This is an especially good deal if you don’t have your own transportation, as your $60 covers your $30 out-of-towners entry fee, transportation via Palomino’s shuttle from your hotel to the club and back to your hotel when you’re ready to leave, and your first two drinks.
Palomino’s drink prices (drafts $6, domestics $8) are among the best you’ll find in Vegas strip clubs and those prices are good all night every night for both locals and out-of-towners.
The new upstairs VIP room–the Lipstick Lounge–has clean comfortable booths, each one curtained for privacy. High mileage nude private shows in the Lipstick Lounge start at 3 songs/100. (And the VIP room has no extra bar tab or bottle fee–a rare feature for a Vegas strip club.)
Groups of two or more can always get free admission to Palomino (a $30 savings for each member of your party) by calling 1.702.327.7258 for the club’s free limo. Locals who arrive in their own cars are always free, but if you arrive late on a busy night, you may be hit with a tab to cover two drinks up front.
Note: Palomino gets packed on the weekends, so arrange for limo pick-up by 10-10:30 pm–or buy a package at the club website–to make sure both a limo and a good table will be available.
Dine with the Mob at Hustler Club
The Mob Dinner Club meets in the rooftop Fuso Lounge at Hustler Club (club review) every Friday, 5-8 pm. Sal Polisi, one-time mobster, tells personal stories about his life inside the 1970s New York mob, with characters such as John Gotti and Tommy DeSimone. A buffet-style pasta dinner is included.
Tickets are $63.24 for general admission,” and $84.34 for “VIP.” A VIP ticket gets you private access to Sal, a personal QA session, cigar time and green room access before and after the show. For full details and to purchase tickets, go to EventBrite.com.
Saturday, November 28
Sapphire – 400 Lap Dancers Looking for Laps
The holidays are here and that means dreary cold weather, crowded streets, angry shoppers, and relatives you can’t stand showing up unannounced and expecting you to feed them.
Isn’t it time to stop, take a deep breath, and settle into a comfortable chair with a girl who’s wearing nothing but a g-string and a smile. That’s the holiday spirit Vegas-style.
Expect 400+ lap dancers to be out on the floor at Sapphire (club review / club website) this weekend looking for vacant laps. Have a seat, and let the booty come to you. Make this a Saturday night to remember.
With Sapphire’s package deals (buy online) you get a discount on the drink prices, plus free limo transport and admission, a line pass and a reserved VIP table. On Saturday nights, if you don’t have a reserved table, you may not get a seat (and it’s hard to get a lap dance if you don’t have an available lap).
If you’re alone, the VIP65 package gets you a reserved table and provides twice the bang for your buck (see my $ analysis in the club review –link above), all expenses considered.
Call 1.702.869.0003 to reserve the club limo. Sapphire will waive the $15 reservations fee if you purchase a 2-for-1 drink ticket–a no brainer.
Sapphire Comedy Hour
The Sapphire Comedy Hour is a showcase of stand-up comics that takes place every Saturday night at 8 pm. There’s a separate $20 admission for the show, but your entry fee gets you into Sapphire (the gentlemen’s club) for no extra charge when the comedy show is over. Compared to most of the comedy shows in casino showrooms–where prices range from $50-$100–this is also a cheap date (a rarity in Vegas). (You can also get a $65 VIP ticket to the Comedy Hour, which includes an open bar from 8 -9:30 pm.)
Top working comics plus a classy burlesque dancer (Kalani Kokonuts) and a very slick magician (Mon Dre) who does the kind of elegant, graceful miracles that women go gaga for, make this show a pretty sneaky way to get your significant other into a strip club. Expect a lot of risqué humor and off-the-wall banter from the comics as they often use this venue to try out new material, especially stuff that might be strip-club appropriate.
There’s also a dinner option in the Showroom (gourmet Mexican–organic, non-GMO–from the El Dorado Cantina) before or during the show (Showroom doors open 7 pm). Call 1.702.869.0003 for the club limo–the $15 reservations fee will be waived if you purchase a buy-1-get-1-free drink coupon.
Sunday, November 29
Sunday Night Football at Crazy Horse III
If you’re looking for a Sunday Night Football viewing party, check out Crazy Horse III (club review). The pizza’s on the house and mix-and-match buckets of beer (5 beers) are $20. It’s a good party.
Bikini Bull-Riding at Gilley’s
If you like cheap beer, shit-kickin’ country music, and girls in their underwear, Sunday night is always fun at Gilley’s (inside Treasure Island). The 11 pm Bikini Bull-Riding contest is actually pretty sexy–amateurs, mostly in their skivvies, trying to stay on that mechanical bull to win money. No cover charge. You must be 21+.