Sad to Report: Club Lacy’s Is CLOSED

After 11 years, Club Lacy’s, aka Lacy’s Lounge, has closed permanently.  The owner, Craig Parks — aka Foreplay, a former male stripper — is seeking another venue to reopen Las Vegas’ longest running urban strip club. Lacy’s has had a crew of wonderful “big booty” dancers and a loyal following of guests that packed the place every weekend. This was not so much a conventional strip club as a wild hip hop party with naked girls.

Many urban strip clubs, including Foxy’s, Strip Hop, Ace of Diamonds, and most recently the Library came and went through the years that Lacy’s operated. With Lacy’s closing, Floyd Mayweather’s Girl Collection is the last remaining urban strip club in Las Vegas.

The reason for Lacy’s closing is that popular Vegas nude club Palomino Club is expanding. Palomino Club, the owner of the Club Lacy’s property, has been selling out at peak hours over the past few years, unable to fit even standing-room-only customers through the door. Palomino desperately needs the space to expand.

So, as much as it saddens me to see Lacy’s close its doors, I’m also happy to see Palomino doing so well.  They deserve it, as they are truly one of the best strip clubs in Las Vegas.

I’m hoping Craig finds another venue soon. I’ll keep you posted.

4 Responses to “Sad to Report: Club Lacy’s Is CLOSED”

    • Arnold Snyder

      Gabby: Lacy’s space is now part of Palomino’s expansion. Craig Parks, the Lacy’s manager, moved to Dallas and opened a Club Lacy’s there just as the pandemic hit and he was forced to close. He does not plan to reopen Lacy’s.

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  1. Nunya

    I had always read that Palomino could not expand or change their footprint due to being grandfathered in for alcohol and full nudity, which they could lose. Is that not the case?

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Nunya, yes, you read that here. But Palomino got an exemption last year so they can expand.

      Technically, they’re not changing the external footprint, just expanding into Lacy’s space.

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