Is there a way to comply with everything that the CDC requires, yet still offer nude dances at a strip club? We’re about to find out, because that’s exactly what Deja Vu’s Little Darlings club in Las Vegas is going to do starting this Saturday, March 21st.
Little Darlings will be offering drive-through strip shows for those who want to enjoy the strip club experience but do not want to enter the building, as the CDC is recommending people keep six feet between themselves and others.
“We’re going to offer drive-up window strip shows,” Ryan Carlson, director of operations for Deja Vu and Little Darlings, told the Las Vegas Review Journal. Carlson notes that the 10 minute drive-up shows will run a patron $100 — tips encouraged — and are expected to begin at 8 p.m. Saturday and continue as demand warrants. “Guests can drive up to the front door and we’re going to have dancers separate by the six-foot separation rule and they can enjoy a totally nude show right from the seat of their car.”
Little Darlings and Deja Vu garnered more attention recently when this location and others (including the Deja Vu Tampa location, which landed in the news last week for giving away 10,000 face masks to guests announced a hand sanitizer giveaway to club customers. And while they’re at it, Little Darlings is taking the hand sanitizer offer to the next level this weekend by showcasing a new event: hand-sanitizer wrestling.
“We have about 20 gallons of hand sanitizer, and we’re doing a cool nude hand sanitizer wrestling show,” Carlson told the Review Journal, noting that the club practices the CDC’s recommended safety precautions, with social distancing and disinfecting atop that list.
“Infinite number of precautions,” he added. “Hand sanitizing stations probably every 15 feet, we’re taking everyone’s temperature at the front door. We’re doing hand washing with every entertainer and employee, probably every hour. This weekend we’re probably going to go to every 30 minutes. At the end of the day we’re complying with everything that’s been recommended by the CDC.”