Add to mybook Remove from mybook Added to your fun collection! What I have said, in multiple places, at multiple times, is that the city of Atlanta could go a long way to deterring the type of criminal activity that occurs, if it was more thoughtful with respect to how they developed the city. Well dressed doormen in coats and ties, polite parking valets, and certainly a more upscale male strip club experience than anything I've seen in Atlanta - or elsewhere. Lots of people find Cheshire attractive. I dont think every street in Atlanta needs to look like cookie cutter church family-esque.
Times Square had more peep shows and strip clubs in the 80s and early 90s than all of metro Atlanta, so I'm pretty sure we don't have an over-abundance yet and Tampa has more strip clubs, as well.
Atlanta's second gay strip club to open in Buckhead
I dont think every street in Atlanta needs to look like cookie cutter church family-esque. I give it a couple months max. Smith's Olde Bar 2. On the main website, the Bliss clubs vary depending on location - I believe this is going to just be men. Also, I know plenty of educated people who go to SR and will probably go to Bliss since its closer to other gay bars, rather than driving to "West Midtown". It had nothing to do with the gender.
Swinging Richards on Northside Drive is the first. Somebody in mgmt here has been to hospitality school. Unreal, unrealistic and bush league. And just to be clear, I've never "excused" any ghetto-thug establishments. If the owners of these places want to stay where they are, nobody is forcing them to move. Perhaps bold the question or use a different color. Are you sure you want to do this?