Bachelor Strip-Club Parties
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Visiting Portland’s Most Notorious Strip Clubs
5305 SE Foster Road, 774-4513, devilspoint.net. 11 am-2:30 am daily.
Devil’s Point is the only place where your karaoke version of “Maniac” could end up being accompanied by that intense, wet Flashdance scene. Melt winter's cold heart in the cozy confines of Devil's Point, which just earned its way into our Favorite 5 Winter Drinking Spots, mainly because you can sip upstanding cocktails while warming yourself by getting extra-close to dancers performing weekly fire shows.
A triangular den of enlightened iniquities set near the mouth of Foster Road, this favored daughter of Dante’s seems engineered to dispel any lingering illusions about strip bars. Devils Point may be, perhaps, darker than your average FoPo watering hole, but considerably less dingy. When daytime dancers tan themselves on smoking porches and mingle with patrons returning from the neighboring food-cart pod—a far wiser bet than the house cuisine—it’s less sinister than cinematic. The art-directed environs, paired with the sterling goth and rawk tunes chosen by performers and the strong pours of affable bartenders, retains a steady clientele of all genders. Come the carnal vaudeville eruptions of the New York Times-lauded Stripparaoke sessions, overeager women are more the rule. Abandon all pretense ye who enter here. JAY HORTON WW.
Happy hour: $3 drafts, $2.50 well, 50 cents off call liquor, half off food, 11 am-7 pm.
A steakhouse strip club
At Acropolis, for those that crave some juicy meat with their adult entertainment, ooglers can bite into some fatty-ass steaks. A 16oz T-Bone will only cost you $9.50. With 65 beers on tap, a happy hour all night long ($11 Lg Pitchers for micro's!) and a steak that rivals any meatery in town, Acropolis brings new meaning to the word "strip" at one of Portland's most famous stripperies.
A vegan strip club
That better be a faux leather whip that girl has on stage because at Casa Diablo there’s no need for vegans or vegetarians to compromise their dietary morals just because they want to see some hot ladies shake it. Even better: it's also vampire-themed.
129 SW Broadway, 227-3023, marysclub.com. 11 am—2:30 am Monday-Saturday, 11:30 am—2:30 am Sunday.
Setting foot inside Mary’s Club is stepping into a slice of Portland unstuck in time. Antique fliers for the litany of performers who have graced Portland’s oldest strip club line the walls. The colorful mural of historic women painted along the back wall dates back to the ’50s. The cash register looks twice as old. A heavily tattooed dancer slides up and down the pole to the sultry chords of Velvet Underground’s “Venus in Furs” in front of a surprisingly gender-balanced crowd. There are 10 beers on tap, but I always find myself gravitating toward the one with a stripper handle at the end: Mary’s blonde ale ($4.75). It’s a fitting accompaniment as one takes in the wide range of women dancing at Mary’s, which at one point included Portland’s favorite daughter, Courtney Love. Mary’s Club is a strip club in that low-key, dive-y Portland kind of way. JOHN LOCANTHI WW.
Happy hour: $2.50 PBR 11 am-4:30 pm daily.
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