When you walk in, you go down a corridor until you're in the room with a fairly small stage and the bar. There are a couple poles on the stage and enough seating for maybe 20 people. If you continue on into the next room, there are a lot of booths and some tables and chairs.
There are usually only 2 to 3 gals present at any given time since they rotate in from The Palomino next door. The gals here are basically the same as the one's from the upstairs of The Palomino, with the exception of any hostesses that may be present. The stageshows are similar to the upstairs show at The Palomino. A few dollars go a long way here. The hostesses do not dance on stage however.
They also have hostess dancing, which costs $50 for a half hour. What is hostess dancing? Well, the customer pays the gal $50 to either sit with him in the back or they can dance to the music. Not lap dancing, but actual dancing. I'm sure this was popular in the days of old, but who are they trying to attract? If it's an older crowd, that's fine, but they'd sure have to hire more hostesses. Besides, it's hard to picture some of the younger dancers from the Penthouse next door doing the waltz in their lingere. If it's a younger crowd they're trying to attract, they're beating the wrong bush because the younger guys will just head down to one of the many normal nightclubs in town. Topless laps are also available from the hostesses, but getting them from the other dancers is probably a better idea.
This club really has no focus, but it's still a great way for people in the know to get into The Palomino without paying a cover as you can walk through a hallway into the main club from Lacy's.
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