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Best Gentlemen’s Clubs In Detroit

October 24, 2011 4:01 PM

Gentlemans Club Stripper Exotic Dancer

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Say goodbye to the dark and sleazy places you might remember from your bachelor party. These clubs are on a whole new level. It’s a given that there’s plenty of eye candy at all the establishments on the list, but some go as far as to offer gourmet food, hi-tech lighting and luxurious amenities. Whether you’re looking to have a bona fide guy’s night out or just a fun place to show your clients a good time — we’ve got you covered. Learn more about some of the best places in Detroit for flirtatious entertainment.

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Penthouse Club Detroit

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Penthouse Club Detroit

20771 West 8 Mile Rd.
Detroit, MI 48219-1336
(313) 541-7000

Owners claim that the Penthouse Club is “where the magazine comes to life.” With more than 300 entertainers, there’s no lack of talent. Locals say that it’s a Vegas type experience. Extra features include premium champagne, cigars, executive bottle service, fine food with carryout available, gift shop, wifi and email. Don’t miss the custom “flying” choppers. Last we checked there’s a mandatory $7 valet and $10-$15 cover.

Flight Club

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Flight Club

29709 Michigan Ave.
Inkster, MI 48141-2044
(734) 641-2400

We’ve heard that it’s owned by the same people behind Penthouse and a lot of people say the experience is similar. Need a shoe shine or a car wash? Why not!? Find a cigar bar smoking area and casino games upstairs. There’s no cover before 7 p.m. After 7 it goes to $10 plus mandatory valet and coat check.

Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club

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Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club

980 John a Papalas Dr.
Lincoln Park, MI 48146-1267
(313) 388-8400

18,000 square feet of adult fun with great views from every seat. Catch the game on the humongous 103” screen. Business casual dress is required. I would especially recommend avoiding T-shirts, jerseys and jeans. Get the $30 booth if you plan to enjoy some of the food by acclaimed chef Tyler Mackle. Cover is $10 with additional mandatory valet.


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21413 West 8 Mile Rd.
Detroit, MI 48219-1222
(313) 592-1190

Trumpps is a Detroit legend. It’s been on the 8 Mile strip since 1989. As of the writing of this list it was being renovated with state-of-the-art lighting and sound. We’ve heard that the ATM has a $20 surcharge. Whoa! Watch out! Check the calendar if you are planning ahead. They seem to always have some kind of theme, from KY wrestling to Foxy Boxing. Cover is $10.

Cheetah's Of Windsor

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Cheetah’s Of Windsor

86 Chatham St West Windsor
ON N9A 5M6, Canada
+1 519-252-1105

We might need to add this to our Reasons To Cross The Border list. Cheetah’s has been in downtown Windsor for more than 25 years. You don’t stay in business that long without doing a few things right. Cover is generally $10, but they always have promotions like Monday Night Football deals or no cover with your Lions game ticket stub.

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