Larry Flynt’s Newest Strip Club Playground
Larry Flynt lends his name to the Hustler Club, but it is managed by the Déjà Vu chain. The Sunday night service industry party is legendary in this town and often gets wild (locals with a sheriff’s card only). Hustler is also the only remaining Vegas strip club with a regular amateur contest. (See my review of Hustler’s Amateur Night.)
Hustler also frequently has porn stars as featured performers, and sports events for watching football, basketball, boxing, and UFC fights, often with drink specials. I’ve seen some high-flying pole dancers here.
The set-up of this club is on three levels, the top level being the rooftop, used for special events and parties, where there’s a separate bar, comfortable seating, and a 360-degree view of Vegas. The second level has a large L-shaped stage, as well as a couple dozen VIP rooms, including quite a few private rooms. The ground level has two large stages and two full bars.
Some of the private VIPs have windows that look out onto the stages below. Most have separate lighting and sound controls. The group VIP rooms are plush, but offer no privacy. Half an hour in the group VIP is $250 and a full hour is $475, with no extra bar tab required for either. You can also purchase 15 minutes in the group VIP for $125.
Hustler offers private VIP rooms too (see Vegas strip club private rooms), but at higher prices, and the decorating is — how to put it — eccentric (see the pics in the private room article). A half-hour is $420 and includes a bottle of champagne. An hour is $740 and includes a bottle of your choice. There is no 15-minute option.
You can also rent Larry Flynt’s private box at the rate of $10,000 for 3 hours.
Hustler Club is Female- and Couples-Friendly
A domestic beer here is $10, which is fairly typical for a topless club in this town. From 4 pm to 8 pm, all domestics and wells are free.
The Hustler Club, like all the Déjà Vu-managed clubs, is women- and couples-friendly.
One warning: All customers have the option to purchase “Beaver Bucks”—vouchers that can be used to pay for dances — from a cashier inside the club. There’s a 20% surcharge for these vouchers, however, which is to say that it will cost you $120 to get $100 worth of dances. Not a great deal. Arrive here with cash.
Sunday is Service Industry Night. From 8-12 pm, anyone with a sherriff’s card can drink for free, plus, weather permitting, there’s a free rooftop buffet. In inclement weather, the buffet is served on the second floor. On this night, locals who are not in the service industry will have to pay a $10 admission fee, but that includes the free buffet and four hours of free drinks (domestics and wells).
It’ll cost non-Nevada residents $50 admission during Service Industry Night (which is really a party for locals), so depending on how much food you can eat and booze you can drink in 4 hours, you decide if it’s worth it for you.
The catered buffet is a cut above typical bar food, with three styles of chicken (grilled, fried and roasted) half a dozen sauces, mac’n’cheese, veggie kabobs. This is a popular locals’ event and you’ll find a mixed male-female crowd who show up to take advantage of all the free food and free drinks.
Locals with Nevada ID can get a Hustler VIP card for $10 that will reduce your drink prices.
Hustler is now serving lunch daily, with most offerings (wings, burgers, etc.) in the $7-$8 range.