Guide and advice to the best Strip clubs in Louisiana.
Bordering Texas to the west and Mississippi to the east. This Gulf Coast state is home to over 4.6 million people spread over 50,000 square miles. Known for its Cajun and Creole cuisine. As well as its unique culture and history that is, in many ways. Vastly different than the rest of the Southern states. Louisiana has a bustling gentlemen’s club scene, centred directly in the party capital of the south, New Orleans.
Attitudes to strip clubs in Louisiana.
While being situated in a Southern state, where conservative values are often more common than liberal ones. The bustling Bourbon Street in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans. Is a popular tourist destination and party scene, at its high point during the annual Mardi Gras celebration. That features drinking, music and plenty of young ladies exposing their breasts for beads during the week-long celebration. Despite the more liberal attitudes of this town. The city itself has been cracking down on strip clubs in the recent months. Due to the drugs and prostitution that the club owners allow within their clubs.
Locations of strip clubs in Louisiana.
While most of the Strip Clubs In Louisiana are located within the New Orleans and the state’s capital of Baton Rouge. Louisiana is one of the rare states with major chain clubs located outside of the major cities. Such as Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club
in Shreveport, Scores West
in Harvey and The Gold Club
in Gonzalez. As for the major cities themselves, The Penthouse Club has locations in both Baton Rouge
and New Orleans.
New Orleans is home to popular chain clubs Rick’s Cabaret
, Rick’s Sporting Saloon
As well as both Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club
and Larry Flynt’s Barely Legal Club
Atmosphere, laws and prices in strip clubs in Louisiana.
As with most gentlemen’s clubs in the country. The big-name chain clubs such as Hustler, Scores and The Penthouse Club, offer the highest quality but also feature the highest prices.
Although New Orleans has one of the most densely populated gentlemen’s clubs scenes in the country. With one or two per block over several connected blocks on Bourbon Street. The constant influx of tourists keeps them occupied seven days a week, although weekends are the most popular and busiest times to visit the clubs. The competition does, however, mean that most clubs waive their entry fees and offer good drink specials. They also offer decent prices (you can get a decent drink for $6 to $7 at any given time). The dance prices range from $20 to $40 per song with champagne courts that go from the hundreds into the thousands of dollars. They have a variety of talent, although the high-end clubs tend to attract the most beautiful dancers.
Despite the recent crackdown on strip clubs in Louisiana for prostitution. Sex workers still wander the streets of New Orleans. Still, prostitution is illegal in the state and one shouldn’t go visiting the clubs expecting “extras” from the dancers.
Find Gentlemen clubs in the following Louisiana cities: