Vancouver gay strip club
Vancouver is kind of like the city-version of that place: A near-enough respite from the asinine prudishness of the Northwest U. The gals doff everything here, the drinks are alcoholic, and nobody has to stay ten feet away from anyone else if they don't want to though don't take this as license to be an utter idiot and touch one of the dancers, that is unless you want to walk down some stairs with your face. Unless you're sporting tits, most places are going to charge you a small cover, and once you're in, you're expected to buy drinks, same as anywhere. We've got six good places now, not counting the ones out in suburbia. There used to be more but the bikers just keep fucking it up for everybody. At the mouth of the Granville strip, the Cecil is our city's welcome mat to the Downtown area their sign, boasting the "hotsy of the week," is the first thing you see coming off the Granville Bridge.
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For Businesses. Write a Review. See all. Downtown Eastside. To the management, you're doing your beautiful dancers a disservice. Lower the price and you will get more business from customers and maybe I'll get a lappy for the first time.
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Our lounge boasts a foot ceiling and a foot pole on our main stage. Enjoy the spectacular sights of Canada's best exotic dancers as they bring their performances high into the air. We also offer an extensive whiskey selection and a variety of fine champagnes. Classy, beautiful talented dancers. Best Strip club I've ever been too.
This metropolis on the West Coast of Canada is a haven for queers of all kind. They flock to the rainbow-painted crosswalks that have become fixtures and photo opps on Davie Street. They are beckoned by the bubblegum-pink bus stops and neon-lit gay bars serving up umbrella-topped drinks.