Adult in St. Louis

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  • Andres South Banquet Facility

    4238 Telepgapg Rd, st louis Crestwood/ Sunset Hills/ Sappington/ South Lindbergh


  • ArmorySTL

    3660 Market Street St. Louis - Downtown


    2 events
  • Blue Strawberry Showroom & Lounge

    364 N Boyle Ave St. Louis - Central West End


    19 events
  • Cheers Bar and Grill

    61 National Way Shopping Center Manchester/ Ballwin

    (636) 220-8030

    2 events
  • Chouteau Men's Club

    4300 Chouteau Ave. St. Louis - Tower Grove


  • Club House Bar and Grill

    9420 Gravois Rd, st louis St. Louis - South City


  • Colony Theatre & Cocktails

    4500 Forest Ave. East St. Louis/ Cahokia


    This four-screen theater is located off Forest Avenue in East St. Louis. One of its four screens is for "couple's only."
    1 article
  • Hollywood Showclub

    5841 Bunkum Road East St. Louis/ Cahokia


    Even from a mile out, you can spot the lights beaming off the Hollywood strip club in Washington Park. Inside, with alternative radio rock blaring, there's plenty to catch your eye: loud carpet, laser lights, black lights and disco balls; half a dozen flat-screen TVs playing hardcore porn; and of course, four stages on which ladies dance in various levels of undress. If you'd prefer to be an audience of one, the girls will perform privately by the hour or even by the song. Booze isn't cheap here: A bottle of Budweiser will put you back $7, a mixed drink, $8. Blue-collar guys and businessmen alike come here every night it's open; Fridays and Saturdays can get busy.
    1 article
  • Larry Flynt's Hustler Club

    5420 Bunkum Road, Washington Park East St. Louis/ Cahokia


    Too often the strip-club experience is predictable: anorexic bottle blondes with boob jobs always on the hustle. At Larry Flynt's local lair, things work a bit differently. Bettie Page look-alikes offer you "dollar dances," while up on stage, a woman you swear you saw on puts on a ridiculously athletic pole dance. And don't forget the attached sex shop, which, besides selling a wide swath of XXX DVDs, features a selection of the metro area's most cutting-age sex apparati. Love Swing, anyone?
    2 articles
  • The Little Bar

    6343 Alabama Ave. St. Louis - South City


    There are plenty of hole-in-the-wall bars in Carondelet, though none better than the Little Bar. True to its name, this spot is a few hundred square feet at best, and every inch is hazy with cigarette smoke and the dust of hundreds of scratch-off lottery tickets -- conveniently available behind the bar. If it weren't for the Internet jukebox, the place would look lost in time. Third-shifters belly up when it opens at 6 a.m., and its daytime colleagues populate the place the rest of the time.
  • MidWest Wine Bar

    252 S Florissant Rd Ferguson


  • Miss Kitty's Showgirls

    5300 Bunkum Road, Washington Park East St. Louis/ Cahokia


  • P.T.s Showclub-Centreville

    60 Four Corners Lanene, Centerville East St. Louis/ Cahokia


    P.T.'s Showclub in Centreville is a adult club in East St. Louis. It offers "couples" nights on Friday and Saturday nights, which also feature both male and female "dancers." All manner of audience participation, both spontaneous and programmed, is encouraged -- well, almost all manner.
    1 article
  • Penthouse Cabaret

    1401 Mississippi Ave. East St. Louis/ Cahokia


  • Penthouse Club

    1401 Mississippi Ave., Sauget East St. Louis/ Cahokia


    You're not here for the cheap cover. You're not here for the cheap drinks. And you're definitely not here for the cheap lap dance. You're here for the ladies. And at the Penthouse Club, "where the magazine comes to life," the ladies rule. This chain, which comprises more than a dozen locations across the nation (and four others in Illinois, including Roxy's), offers a (comparatively) classy strip-club experience virtually in the shadow of the Arch. Vibewise, Penthouse feels more Vegas than east side, with its cozy chairs and cocktail tables. Dancers and cocktail waitresses alike greet and canoodle with customers as onstage performers dance to music from Duran Duran to Beyoncé while giving front-row patrons more than just an eyeful. Lap dance leave your tummy growling? Not to worry, there's a full dinner menu. So come hungry, and
    1 article
  • PT's Showclub Brooklyn

    213 Madison Ave., Brooklyn Affton/ Concord


  • PT's Sports Cabaret

    200 Monsanto Ave., Sauget East St. Louis/ Cahokia


    What's better than an awesome strip club? How about an awesome strip club that's completely sports-themed! With eighteen TVs and three big screens, PT's Sports Cabaret patrons can check out up to eight different sporting events at once. If watching sports on screens fails to trip your trigger, mark your calendar for one of their sporting-themed events — such as topless volleyball. Another PT's selling point: the food, which is more sports-bar tasty than strip-joint slipshod. And if you came for striptease and not strip steak, well, PT's delivers plenty of that.
    3 articles
  • Pure Pleasure of St. Peters

    4324 N. Service Road St. Peters


  • Rhonda's Place

    10528 Page Ave. Olivette/ Overland


    A pasties bar with black-tinted windows decorated with white "mud flap girl" silhouettes, Rhonda's Place stands like a burnt-out Christmas-tree light at the end of a string of north-county strip malls on Page Avenue west of I-170. With its roster of dancers who appear to be a ways into their retirement from late-night Cinemax, Rhonda's might not be buck-wild or glitzy like the strip palaces on the east side, but it has the character those places lack. And how. At Rhonda's the dancers provide their own soundtrack via a digital jukebox on the stage. A bucket of Bud bottles sets you back $13 and the word "action" takes on a whole new meaning at the joint's three pool tables.
    1 article
  • Roxy's

    210 Madison Ave., Brooklyn Affton/ Concord


    The metro-east outskirts of St. Louis are hardly lacking in topless fare. And Roxy's, a Brooklyn, Illinois, joint that can be equal parts classy and sleazy depending on the night, isn't lacking in anything. The truth is that the area's other strip clubs -- many of them owned by Roxy's parent company, VCG Holding Corp. -- might offer more polished women or fewer rumors of long-ago down-low dealings, but you shouldn't pick your strip club based on its pristine reputation, right? Roxy's diverse group of dancers bring both charm and showmanship to the stage -- two qualities worth quite a lot more than singles when you compare the club to its less interesting neighbors.
    3 articles
  • Roxy's Night Club

    210 Madison St, Brooklyn Affton/ Concord


    HEALTHY, FUN ADULT ENTERTAINMENT! Walking into Roxy's is part of the fun at this adult club. The Roxy Foxes, as the ladies are called, get up close and personal with you right at the door.
  • Spankys Gifts

    1123 Gravois Road Fenton


    1 article
  • Sugar & Spice Boutique

    1401 Mississippi Ave 17, Sauget East St. Louis/ Cahokia


  • The Boom Boom Room

    1229 Washington Ave, SAINT LOUIS St. Louis - Downtown


    1 event
  • The FieldHouse

    1107 E Broadway, Columbia, Unknown



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