Sunday, May 12, 2013

Flight Club (Inkster, MI)

Quality of Dances (18/20) – Only in Detroit do you find dances this good in such a classy club. The songs are long and you’re pretty much guaranteed to get an excellent grind and at least moderate hand or mouth action over the pants, and much more is available if you’re willing to spend a few hundred dollars.

Quality of Dancers (9/10) – These are definitely some of Detroit’s finest. Pretty much every dancer in here is at least a 7, and most of them are in the 8-9 range.

Number of Dancers (8/10) – There are usually at least 4 girls on stage at a time, and several more are always working the crowd.  Even when they’re busy, they have plenty of ladies to make sure that everyone gets some attention.

Variety of Dancers (1/5) – I saw a few thin black girls and a few slightly curvier white girls, but the vast majority of dancers were thin (some way too thin, in my opinion) and white. The lack of variety would normally be a big strike against a club for me, but these ladies were so fine that I didn’t really mind.

Attitudes (3.5/10) – The attitudes are about what you’d expect from such attractive girls with lots of hustling and big money expectations, but they’re mostly friendly enough if you’re willing to play their games and spend some cash.

Value (2/10) – The $7 valet parking fee was ridiculous even if you park yourself (I do not hand over the keys to my motorcycle), and the $15 cover and $8.75 beers are too expensive, but the dances aren’t a bad value at $25 each plus a tip to the bouncer each time you go back, and the stage show is pretty solid.

Club Setup (6/10) – This is a really nice looking, well-lit club with a long main stage with 3 poles, and a nice bar with a bar-top stage. Unfortunately, other seating is limited since they have reserved booths along the outside of the club, the upstairs is wasted and there are only a few small tables scattered along one side of the stage.

Dance Setup (10/10) – You get your dance on a very comfortable chair in an area that’s surrounded by a thick curtain that prevents anyone from seeing you, and there don’t appear to be any cameras monitoring the action. You really won’t find a better dance setup than this.

Atmosphere (7/10) – This is a classy club that can be slightly uptight (note to this club and every other club that has women in gowns: guys don’t like that), but it’s still a fun, safe place to hangout. If they’d turn down the music slightly and tell the shot girl to be a little less pushy, it would be even better, but I’ve still always enjoyed my time at the Flight Club.

Location (2.5/5) – It’s not too far from the airport, is right across the street from Bogart’s and not too far from a few other worthwhile clubs, and it seems to be in a safe enough area, but you’re going to have to drive there since there are no hotel options in the immediate vicinity.

Overall – I really like the Flight Club. It’s not cheap and probably isn’t somewhere that you’re going to be visiting often if you live in Detroit, but it’s hard to resist a safe, clean club with drop dead gorgeous dancers who give amazing lap dances.


Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Bogart's Lounge (Inkster, MI)

Quality of Dances (20/20) – The dances at Bogart’s are amazing, and if you want more than a dance, it’s very much available. That’s about all that I can say without giving too much away, but you’ll be able to find whatever you’re looking for at Bogart’s.

Quality of Dancers (4.5/10) – There’s a huge variation in girls at Bogart’s, but most of them are varying degrees of mediocre, though I find the top end girls here to be slightly better than at the nearby Henry the VIII. Just don’t come here expecting to find Flight Club quality girls, because most if not all of them are several steps below that. 

Number of Dancers (4.5/10) – You can expect to find somewhere around a dozen women working on weekend evenings, which is sufficient since it’s a fairly small club, but you may have to wait for a while if you’ve got your eye on one of the more attractive ladies. 

Variety of Dancers (2/5) – There’s plenty of size variety at Bogart’s, and, even though you probably won’t find many Asian or Latina dancers, the mix of white and black dancers is enough to keep things interesting.

Attitudes (6/10) – Some ladies might try to upsell, but they’re mostly very friendly and happy to invest a few minutes sitting and chatting before seeing if you’re interested in buying some dances. It’s a neighborhood type of place, but they made me feel welcome from the time I walked in even as an outsider.

Value (7.5/10) – The cover is only $5, beers are $6.75, and you need to buy a $10 wristband if you want dances, but the value really turns on whether you want regular dances or something extra. At $20 each, these dances are a good value, but the prices for extras are the real bargain if you’re interested in that.  

Club Setup (3/10) – This is a fairly small, shitty club. There’s a stage in the center of the room and a few tables around it, but most people seem to hang out at the decent sized bar in the back of the room. If I’m in Bogart’s, though, I’ll most likely be spending the majority of my time in the dance booths.

Dance Setup (6/10) – Dances are given in booths up a few steps off to the side of the club and there are curtains on the booths, so you have enough privacy to do whatever you want to do. Despite the uncomfortable chairs, I’d normally have rated this a 7, but I had to dock them a point because the booths are a little less than sanitary, as evidenced by the fact that a dancer had to warn me not to slip in a pool of semen on the floor.

Atmosphere (4/10) – Though it’s fairly close to the airport, Bogart’s really feels like a neighborhood type of place. It’s a little more upbeat than you’d expect and has a fairly decent vibe if you want to spend a little time there, but it’s definitely a place that guys come to come more than to hangout.

Location (2.5/5) – It’s not too far from the airport, is right across the street from the Flight Club and not too far from a few other worthwhile clubs, and it seems to be in a safe enough area, but you’re going to have to drive there since there are no hotel options in the immediate vicinity.

Overall – I wouldn’t go so far as to say that I love Bogart’s, but if you’re looking for amazing dances and cheap extras, you should be pleased with it. It’s not one of the classier clubs I’ve been to, but if you do go there and find that it’s a little too shady for you, it’s easy enough to change venues to the Flight Club, which is just a minute down the road.