Treasures is Unique Among Vegas Gentlemen’s Clubs for its Gourmet Restaurant
Treasures is unique among the Vegas gentlemen’s clubs: It has a small, classy, gourmet steakhouse where customers can dine in style, take clients, or even invite dancers from the club to dine with them.
How’s the food? There’s definitely a real chef in the kitchen, so it’s on a par with the average Las Vegas casino steakhouse, which tends to be pretty good. Just don’t expect the quality of Delmonico’s at Venetian or Craftsteak at MGM Grand.
It’s on the pricey side, but not bad if you like steakhouse fare. Entrée prices range from $32 for a mini-filet to $65 for surf and turf. Everything on the menu is a la carte, so expect to pay $50 to $100 per person for dinner and more if you have wine or cocktails with your meal. I had the mini-filet and it was a good cut of meat. The French onion soup was a bit heavy on the cheese. The asparagus was lightly cooked, California style, with an excellent Hollandaise.
Treasures is Designed to Cater to a Well-Heeled Clientele
Treasures is designed to cater to a well-heeled clientele. It’s an opulent mansion-style gentlemen’s club, sort of a cross between the Italian villa look and the imperial Roman look of Caesars Palace. The dripping-with-wealth theme continues on the inside, with a winding staircase and balconies and drapes, a swank joint where Hefner would surely feel at home.
The good-looking dancers are mostly fine (some average), though far fewer in number than at Sapphire (maybe a dozen or two at peak hours). The center stage is big enough for a dancer to move and low enough for a dancer to get down close to the customers sitting on the rail. During slow periods, only the center stage is used, which is good, because the main stage is not nearly as customer friendly.
I’m not crazy about the main-stage stripper pole, a very bright tube light that alternates in color between red and blue. Trying to watch a dancer on that stage gives you a headache. Just sit on the rail at the center stage if you’re there to watch the dancers.
Lighting in the club is on the dark side, fine for a lap-dance club. There’s also a more private VIP area (smaller and darker), where the price for the dancer is the same, but you’ll have a bigger bar tab—$125 for a half-hour or $250 for an hour. If you’re with a buddy and you each want to take a girl into this room, they’ll allow you to split the bar tab. You’ll likely have this VIP room to yourself, especially if it’s not too late in the evening.
Finally, Treasures has a happy hour deal. Well drinks and domestic beers are $1 from 4 to 6 pm daily. The old free buffet is no longer, alas. There have been 3 to 6 customers and dancers in the club on recent afternoon visits.
Other Vegas Strip Clubs You Might Enjoy
Sapphire (club review / club website) offers busty, long-legged beauties by the hundreds (400+ during peak evening hours). This elegant club is a babe bacchanal, with the wildest lap dance scene in town.
Floyd Mayweather’s Girl Collection (club review/Facebook page) is Las Vegas’s first gentlemen’s ultra lounge. Populated with curvy 9’s and 10’s hand-picked by the champ himself. Mayweather designed this club to be the place where he hangs out.
Deja Vu Showgirls (club review/ club website) is offering the best private show deals right now among the high-mileage topless clubs. The elegant rooms are furnished with large sofas or beds where you can stretch out with the dancer of your choice, and start at 15 minutes for $150. That’s only $10 more than most clubs charge for 10 minutes in the group VIP.