Scores Las Vegas — Review

  • IN A NUTSHELL: Part of the national chain but this club just opened in Feb 2018.
  • GRADE OF DANCER: pending
  • SPW: pending
  • 3013 S Highland Dr
  • PHONE: (702) 916-1499
  • HOURS: 8 pm - 5 am Sun-Thur; 8 pm - 6 am Fri/Sat
  • TOPLESS OR NUDE: Topless
  • COVER CHARGE: $50 / locals free
  • FULL BAR: Yes
  • FOOD: No
  • LAP DANCES: 20; 3/100 (+40); 30min/300 (+100); 60min/400 (+200)

Scores is the Vegas outlet of the national chain.  The Vegas version just opened in February of 2018 and has still not had a Grand Opening party. So, the doors are open and the club is serving drinks, but is just now getting up to speed. I’ll revisit this club soon for a more comprehensive review.

Scores is located on Highland Drive where Foxy’s used to be, but put Foxy’s out of your mind as the space has been expanded and renovated. There’s a big central stage with two poles.  The stage is low to the floor, the perfect height for guys who like sitting on the rail.  The overall look is glitzy Vegas high tech gentlemen’s club.  The club is maybe 1/4 the size of Sapphire, 1/3 the size of Crazy Horse 3, 1/2 the size of Deja Vu Showgirls.

Cover charge is $50, but free for locals. Drink prices are typical for major Vegas topless clubs at $15 for a domestic beer, but locals get drinks for half-price. (Be sure to tell the bartender or waitress that you’re a local when you order.)

Lap dances are $20. The VIP room is a row of small booths with curtained doorways, so all VIP dances are private, one-on-one shows. VIP dance prices are 3 songs/$100 (+$40 bar tab); 30 minutes/$300 (+$100 bar tab); 60 minutes/$400 (+$200 bar tab).

There’s also a Champagne Room that’s larger and could be used by a few customers and dancers for a small private party, as well as a single customer who just wants more room to stretch out with a dancer. The Champagne Room is 60 minutes/$800 (and includes a bottle of champagne). The Champagne Room is a step down in size, elegance and luxury from a Sapphire Skybox, but comfortable and totally private.

As this place comes alive over the next couple of months, I’ll update this review. For now, if you’re a local, there’s no cover, so stop in and have a beer and check out the renovations.

6 Responses to “Scores Las Vegas — Review”

    • Arnold Snyder

      JD, they’re still trying to get up and running. I stopped in a week ago at peak hours on a Saturday night and there were about 8 dancers and the same number of customers. I’ll take another look soon.

  1. David L

    Trip report for Friday 10/5/2018

    Got there near midnight. Valet parking only, but no fee charged (I tipped the guy a few bucks.)

    Entry was $20. Club looks good, furnishings don’t seem worn that much.

    Two connected round stages in the middle, somewhat crowded collection of tables surrounding. Smaller stages by the back wall and bar.

    Fairly good sized crowd (although this is apparently a UFC fight weekend or something.) Guys were tipping at the rail, but not at the every seat filled rate.

    Good selection of ladies, three or four dozen. All body types thin to thick, A-cup to D (both natural and enhanced.)

    Stage/rail work varied from involved and fantastic to perfunctory and ignorable.

    Drink service was a bit slower than I like. Jonnie Walker Black Label was eighteen dollars (not the most expensive I’ve ever paid), bottle of Guinness was fifteen bucks (ouch!)

    Floor dances in a regular club rolling chair are posted at $25, but I was told there was a $5 fee for “the clipboard guy”.

    Three for a hundred are on more comfortable couches against the far wall.

    Privates are done in curtained booths at the other side of the club. Rates shown to me (and listed on the club’s sight) started at three bills for three songs (includes a couple of drinks), six hundred for thirty minutes (with house champagne or two “Premium Drinks”) and $900 for the hour (with better hooch.)

    I did not partake of these offerings.

    Got a meh level dance on the floor, a pretty good three for a hundred spoiled by hustling for tips, and a fantastic one off that would have easily upsold except she was called to the stage and it was pumpkin time for me.

    As always there is a huge variance depending on dancer’s mood, customer’s mood, individual dancers and the connection you build, you know the drill. YMMV.

    Don’t know if they’ll keep this level up or if it’s different on week nights vs. weekends, but this is looking like a strong, if pricey addition to the scene.



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