When it comes to strip clubs, there's a certain kind of girl that you don't see quite as much. Sure, they're out there, but finding the rare "rocker chick," as Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil describes them, is like a Loch Ness Monster sighting.
Well, Vince Neil's Girls, Girls, Girls features nothing but the kind of girls you might remember from songs in the heyday of hair metal, by bands like Warrant, Ratt, Cinderella and of course, Mötley Crüe. After all, the place is even named after one of Crüe's hits!
You have your standard nightclub amenities, including two VIP areas, a VIP room and bar, but the rock vibe is strong throughout. The walls of the club are even decorated with pictures of these rocker chicks, along with plenty of rock memorabilia and one of Neil's bikes near the entrance.
If this club were to be described by a classic Crüe song (besides, you know, the one it's named after), think "Wild Side."
Upon entering and walking past the bar, you have the two VIP areas flanking the main floor. Almost everything: The floor, the three elevated platforms for the girls to do their work, the VIP areas and booths, are a sexy dark red and black color scheme.
On the far end of the main floor, you'll catch the main stage, which is laid out like most strip club main stages -- a simple rectangle with a walkway stretching out onto the floor. The catch here is that live bands play on Fridays and Saturdays, and appropriately, they lie along the classic rock/hard rock/heavy metal side of things. On other nights, ladies will tend to be there rather than on the individual platforms out on the main floor.
If you're looking for a club with the kinds of girls to kickstart your heart, this is it.
-- Review by Jorge Labrador