Silver City's Guide To A Strip Club Visit In Dallas
For the strip club stranger, Silver City’s guide presents what to expect and do for your first strip club visit in Dallas, TX.
Dressing Nice Is A Must
It is important you dress nice. It’s just as important as how you present yourself. You're there to impress so dress down clothing and body odor is not good. Just as employees wouldn't wear stained clothes, tanks and ripped jeans to work normally, it is not acceptable to wear it at a strip club either. Please shower prior to going out and perhaps chew gum for pleasant breath. The ladies do tend to approach guest who look and smell clean.
It’s A Good Idea To Bring Cash
If you don't really care about paying extra fees on your credit card, bring cash. Don’t worry about small bills, the clubs have plenty of $5s and $1 for exchanging. Strip clubs staff rely on tips, so before you enter and leave the venue, you'll notice that you'll be tipping valet, dancers, waitresses, bartenders, floor host, door host, if they sit you in a lofty VIP area and the DJ, if you’re thinking about making a music request. If you run out of cash, many clubs have ATM machines, but expect to pay up for a withdrawal.
Dayshift vs A Night Time Visit
If you don't have much money to spend for a visit, or if you are not looking to be in an overcrowded venue, maybe you try a dayshift visit for your first time. Most strip clubs dayshift offers a Happy Hour and lunch special which usually includes no cover charge and discounted drinks and good lunch choices. Since it’s not so crowded, you are most likely to get a special treatment from staff and entertainers who have more time to sit around and talk with you. If you are looking for louder music in a faster pace environment, then the night shift is a good fit. This is when you will usually find more entertainers performing as well.
Sitting Or Standing?
If you don't drink alcohol that’s fine, you may buy a soda, bottled water or any non-alcoholic beverage the club offers. If you really don’t want a beverage, don’t expect to sit at a table and not order anything. Tables are for customers that purchase anything. Some BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) clubs charge a price for sitting at an empty table. If the club has a kitchen ask for a menu. Believe it or not, many strip clubs rank high on having great food and many strip clubs kill it on creating great fried treats. Ordering food might work for you if you don’t want to stand. Standing is ok, it allows you flexibility to walk around and see all the features the club has to offer as well. No two clubs are the same, so ask if you’re not sure. Staff members are there to make your visit a memorable one.
Patrons that sit at the stage usually do so to see the endless display of girls dancing their turn. Topless clubs only allow topless dancing and in full nude clubs you'll see girls take it all off. Customers who sit at the stage usually like to get their fill on watching all the girls currently performing at the club. They are not usually into buying dances but don't mind sitting on stage with a stack of singles stuffing dollars in a few garters as the girls show off their pole and dance moves. Whatever you do, don’t throw coins. That’s not what garters are for and it is considered rude.
Interacting with the Girls
Be nice to the girls. Just because they are strippers doesn’t mean you are allowed to be nasty or rude. Don’t be gropy, aggressive or insist on her telling you her real name. The pole dancers prefer to keep their lives private separate from their the fantasy life for the show they provide the guests.
Semi Private Suites
Unlike VIP seating, Private Suites or the famously "Champagne Rooms" are just that, private. They are usually themed and cut off from the rest of the club. These rooms are used to get some semi-private time with the entertainer(s) of your choice. These rooms are usually rented, some may include beverages, or champagne some do not. Make sure you ask your server if this room includes beverages. You should also ask how much it cost for the exotic entertainer to accompany you in this room.
Finally, keep in mind that due to COVID-19, you will see restrictions at the clubs. You will notice temperature checks before entering the club, hand-sanitizing stations, signage promoting social distancing, frequent cleanings and mandatory masks for staff and guests. Please follow the rules for the staff, entertainer’s safety and yours.
Now that you know what to expect, grab your debit card or cash and go enjoy your first strip club visit in Dallas, whichever club that may be!