Things have been, well, a challenge for so many people around town. But Vegas, as I've learned over the years, is resilient. No matter the industry or the profession, people find a way. Adult entertainment is such an important part of the city, it's not going anywhere anytime soon. But what about the strip clubs in Vegas? Maybe you've heard tails of ghost towns or boarded-up establishments. While I do like a good ghost story, those are fabricated. Sure, it's not exactly back to pre-COVID levels, but you can still have plenty of fun. I'm going to give you the lowdown on the most popular destinations, but I think it's still a good idea to check the strip club websites ahead of time because things are pretty fluid these days.
Crazy Horse 3
Like many places in town, there are fewer dancers, but they will come back. How do I know this? Because girls in other cities will eventually hear about the need for dancers and they will flock this way. Clubs like Crazy Horse already see a solid influx of dancers from the outside, so it's only a matter of time for that to pick up. Crazy Horse also runs most of its normal business hours.
Larry Flynt's Hustler Club
You can reserve their own party bus for transit and just a quality time. Now, you're going to find some industry blogs crying a river about the Hustler Club, saying all kinds of bad things about it, but all of that is because the Hustler Club doesn't work with outside limo services. So don't listen to all the sob stories from pissed-off drivers. I could care less about a limo driver's hurt feelings. I'm here to tell you it's still a solid time, even if there aren't as many dancers as usual.
Sapphire Gentlemen's Club
The staff isn't as large as it once was, but that's the case in most locations. But that also means fewer patrons, so things even out. And sometimes it's nice to visit when there are not a billion people bumping into one another. Check the business hours before going though, as they are limited when compared to previous years.
This is a smaller joint, which means there are going to be fewer dancers. But it also doesn't get the kind of spill-over that the larger clubs get. When people come to town, they head to one of the strip clubs they've heard of, which means you may end up having a better time here. Like the other spots though, bring a mask with you, because you'll likely need to mask up when not actively sipping a cocktail.
This is one I'd check in on prior to heading out. Hours are a bit wishy-washy, and I've been told through the grapevine that there's a $50 cover, but I can't confirm that, nor do I know what that might get you once inside (if true). Because the hours tend to fluctuate here I'd highly recommend giving them a buzz to find out what's going on.
Treasures Gentlemen's Club
This one is running basically like nothing has happened. It's business as usual here. You'll probably need to wear a mask unless you're eating and drinking, but in terms of a full staff, this place is still rocking.
If All Else Fails
Maybe you just don't feel like going out and testing the waters for one reason or another. Not a problem. Just order a stripper to your room. That's always an option. After all, this is Vegas, and you can always find Las Vegas strippers, no matter where you turn.