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1. Union Jacks Club938 E Burnside St, Portland
2. Sassy's Bar927 SE Morrison Bridge, Portland
3. Mary's Club129 SW Broadway, Portland
4. Dv85021 SE Powell Blvd, Portland
5. Acropolis Steakhouse8325 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Portland
6. Lucky Devil Lounge633 SE Powell Blvd, Portland
7. Casa Diablo2839 NW St Helens Rd, Portland
8. Devils Point5305 SE Foster, Portland
9. Golden Dragon Exotic Club324 SW 3rd Ave, Portland
Open 365 days a year, Union Jacks Club brings ladies and top shelf booze together in one fell swoop to single-handedly rid your wallet of singles.
Three stages. A rotating and diverse selection of lovely ladies. What more could you want from this East Portland temple of tail?
Operating for almost 50yrs, Mary's Club is perhaps the original Portland bastion of boob-baring. Stop in for a drink at this iconic PDX club.
Pool tables and TVs adorn this Portland strippery. With happy hour specials that include $2.50 well drinks, and a promise of "just boobs, no nagging", you really can't go wrong at Dv8.
With 65 beers on tap and a steak that rivals any meatery in town, Acropolis brings new meaning to the word "strip" at one of Portland's most famous stripperies.
Inspired by a 1960s Playboy vibe, Lucky Devil Lounge brings wild themes to their velvet-lined stages.
Casa Diablo isn't your typical restaurant from the outside, or, for that matter, the inside. It's modeled after the vampire bar in From Dusk Til Dawn and features a solid vegan menu with must-tries like soy stroganoff. Not what you were expecting? There's another surprise: this spot is actually a strip club that has a bank full of those ever-popular $2 bills for tipping and dancers performing the wildest leather-free strip show you’ll ever see. That's right: this is a vegan strip club. Bless you, Portland.
Melt winter's cold heart in the cozy confines of Devils Point, where you can sip upstanding cocktails while warming yourself by getting extra-close to dancers performing weekly fire shows, before they provide backup-shimmying during Stripparaoke, at which you can presumably only sing “Money,” “For the Love of Money,” and “Money, Money, Money.” Oh, and “Sussudio," because that’s just a great song.