[As “Centerfolds,” this club never really got off the ground and now appears to be closed permanently. This club is not affiliated with the new Centerfolds Cabaret on Paradise Road that opened where Club Paradise used to be.]
Centerfolds is a new club in an old property. Most recently, it was Foxy’s, a small urban club that appeared to be doing well. Foxy’s had renovated the club when they took it over from Foxy Girls just a couple years ago, so the property is in good shape.
For most of this year, however, Foxy’s has been closed, sitting there dark whenever I drove by. There was an announcement of a reopening on Foxy’s Facebook page this summer, but when I went by to check it out some time later, it was dark again.
The property has recently changed ownership and has been rechristened “Centerfolds.” It doesn’t look like it will be an urban club.
I stopped in on Friday night around midnight. There were no customers and only one dancer, but the place was open. The sparse crowd didn’t surprise me as there has been no publicity for it yet. I suspect the only customers have been those who happened to drive by and saw the new marquee.
The manager told me the club would probably not have its Grand Opening until March, when it expects to get its permanent liquor license. Until then, there’s a full bar serving drinks on the temporary license. [Update: There was no Grand Opening in March.]
Expect no cover charge, cheap drinks, and a relaxed atmosphere. The dancer was cute. I can’t do much of a review on a club I only saw once, especially when I was the only customer in the place. But I’ll keep checking it out and will update this review as necessary. For now, Centerfolds will only be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. [Now closed even on weekends.]