Withholding any personal endorsement, if it's one thing about Silk I do respect is that somehow they managed to be the only new strip club to open in Milwaukee since On The Border in 1996 (Solid Gold and Crazy Horse were simply changeovers)
, and aside from Club Bristol, the only other club to manage to open in Dane County for over 30 years. It's just ashame that a legal business has to fight their way in armed with a specialized attorney and lawsuits, and making the transition from bar to exotic dancing under the radar.
narcoleptish wrote:I was at a strip club in Juneau a decade ago, can't remember the name but I think it was right in the town square.
That was Cocktails & Dreams, which Silk then purchased and dumped $2 Million into to have the building transformed into Silk Juneau. Probably the most impressive transformation of any building I've ever seen. Having had been there once or twice before, then once or twice after, the club is unrecognizable from what it once was.
HeyZeus wrote:They'll need to import some strippers. Wisconsin strippers are just plain nasty.
Where do good strippers come from? Chicago? New Orleans?
Good strippers, or at least attractive strippers, come from just about everywhere. I think there are plenty of attractive women in Madison/Wisconsin, but getting them on the pole is another thing altogether. I think there's still a heavy stigma in Dane County/Wisconsin concerning gentlemen's clubs. That and because there's only 3 clubs in the entirety of Dane County, girls are probably concerned that they'll see someone they know, while in areas with more clubs and a larger population base, chances of that happening are somewhat lessened, or at least perceived that way.