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A ?gentleman?s club? is a euphemism normally used to describe a strip
club or a topless bar.
A charge of that amount could related to a number of things, some
fairly innocent, depending on your point of view.
For example, a $220 charge would not be unusual for a single bottle of
moderate-quality wine (champagne?) or the rental of a private room.
It would probably not be for any sort of sexual contact if that is your concern.
A private dance normally costs about $20-$40 but several could be
bundled together on a bill, such as a credit card bill.
Another way to drop a couple bills in a big hurry is to go to a club
after 7-8 p.m. and pay for one of the ?reserved? tables close to the
For specifics about a particular club you might want to obtain the book listed at
For some interesting information on etiquette, see
Typical prices for Vegas can be seen at
? Striptease ? Dances:
? Lap dance: $20.
? Lap dance: $100 (includes three songs).
? Champagne room: $300* (30 minutes).
? Champagne room: $500* (one hour).
*Includes $100 bar tab.?
The Palimino lists:
? Lap dance: $20 topless, $40 fully.
? Lap dance: $100 (includes 3 dances).?
For the more studiously oriented, the ?Library? lists:
? Lap dance: $20.
? VIP room: $125 (30 minutes).
? Music: Variety of music types, from oldies to techno.
? Alcohol: Yes. Per drink price or buy a mug for $20 and get domestic
beer refills all night. Same mug deal for $25, but you get to keep
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Thank you again for turning to Answers.Google for help. You should
know that most clubs will charge all the traffic will bear ? that
means that something which might cost $50 for one patron could easily
cost $220 for another who is considerably under the weather,
so-to-speak. The price for various services/goods can also vary
dramatically based on the quality and location of the club. Without
more specifics I doubt anyone could provide a more precise