While on Labor Day vacation, this SuperStripper couldn’t keep herself out of the strip club! OK, OK…truth be told I LOVE going to strip clubs as a customer. Especially when I am on vacation and don’t have to work!
The Cheetah has a prime location on SPID (South Padre Island Drive) the main highway between downtown Corpus and the beaches on Padre Island. There are tons of hotels along SPID, and not very many strip clubs, which gives The Cheetah an advantage over the other Corpus Strip Clubs.
There was a $10 cover (ladies too) but the drinks were reasonably priced. Three rounds of drinks for my date and I was under $40. The one story club had two stages, a lap dance area, a champagne room, and what appeared to be a couch area. The sign on the marquee outside advertised $5 table dances. I wouldn’t know how much a lapdance cost (or how much the upsell to Champagne would be) because during the 90 minutes we were in the club not a single dancer approached our table. We didn’t even get “Wanna Dance?”-ed!!
As a dancer, I know how intimidating it can be to approach a couple. For some it can be even more intimidating when it is an attractive couple. Usually I will go to the bathroom, strike up a conversation with some of the girls and either bring one back to the table OR one will be there waiting when I get back because she mustered up the courage to approach my guy while I was in the bathroom.
Strangely…neither approach worked.
When the hottest girl in the club came onstage I made sure to go right up to her, tip her, and tell her to come to our table because we wanted dances. She was really sweet, but after her stage set she bypassed us for a mid twentyish hispanic douchebag. We could have easily spent several hundred dollars (a doctor and superstripper on vacation) but alas it appeared that every single entertainer in the club suffered from Approach Avoidance!
Around 1am the volume of the music spiked about 40 decibels. I literally had to cover my ears with my hands to drown out the deafening thud. I loved the music selection (classic and modern rock with hints of top 40, country, and hip-hop crossover) but it was just too loud! As we were leaving with two wallets full of cash, I stopped in the bathroom one more time. There certainly was some interested signage on the walls that made me chuckle.
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