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This Las Vegas Gay Cabaret Club Could Be Yours If The Price Is Right

If you’ve ever been to the pit of hell that is the Las Vegas Strip, then you know there’s a serious lack of gay nightlife options. Another night at Krave? Ugh. So perhaps you — and the townies — were excited to here about the opening of Secret Nightclub & Cabaret in August, which promised 15,000-square-feet of adult-oriented entertainment. (Read: strippers.) Except all must know be going so well, because owner Paul Anderson, who took over the space once known as Velvet Lion Gentlemen’s Club, has put the venue up for sale … via press release. There’s no listed asking price, but I’m sure it could be yours for a low seven-figure sum. Or you could just head over to the Bellagio and blow that sum on the high stakes poker table and save enough for a hooker in your room later that night, because really, isn’t that why you buy a gay club? For the unlimited access to lithe young bodies?

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  • Harbo

    Does Las Vagas need a gay nightclub? The entire city was pretty gay the last time I was there.

  • soakman

    Also, not to be a jerk, but here should be hear.

  • Spike


    And . . whats with . . .”Except all must know be going so well…”

    Anyone proofing these things before the post them live? Apparently not.

  • brandon h

    They don’t even allow prostitution in vegas proper, and only recently started allowing male prostitutes to be licensed in the outer areas. The city is overrated, especially ever since that family friendly sanitization campaign they had back in the 90s.

  • TommyOC

    @brandon h: Yeah, the family branding took some of the sin out the city, but the last decade has seen them trying hard to bring it back.

    It’s a fun place to visit, but unless you live in CA or AZ, it’s a flight or a VERY long drive…

    …and even if you do live in CA or AZ, it’s still a longer-than-needed drive, especially if you get stuck on I-15 at Barstow on a Sunday evening, creeping through the desert at 25mph.

    The proposed high-speed rail from LA to Las Vegas would do that city wonders because there are a lot of things there that are very attractive to non-gamblers (theatre, shows,shopping)… but not enough to get people in the Southland to hoof the miles to get there. Such a pain.

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