Déjà Vu Showgirls – Lake City
Déjà Vu Showgirls – Lake CityLake City, Washington is roughly 7-8 miles northeast of Downtown Seattle. In it’s early creation it enjoyed a colorful past of speakeasy’s selling illegal liquor, girls and gambling, all during the prohibition period. A certain establishment once named the Jolly Roger, had a unique tower where watchmen signaled the approach of police, visible from miles away. In case of a raid, employees could leave via a tunnel that led under the highway and into a wooded area. Years later it became The Coon Chicken Ranch at 8721 Bothell Way. It remains as a sort of historical landmark for the city and still puts a smile on the faces of visiting tourists.