Owner Doris Ina Anderson
Former Owner John Logan
Employees Various NPCs, Charity Thornton, Eileen Ruskin
Security Kase Williams, Flint Deckard
Former Employees Jessica Sanders, Krystal Douglas, Pamela Brown
Hours of Operation Doors open at 3 PM every day, excluding Sunday, when it opens at 7 PM. Red carpet rolled out at 7 PM. Official closing hours at 10:30 PM. Unofficial closing hours vary.
Current Status Open for Business
People Come Here For… Striptease; private dances; alcohol.

A flashy little strip club, its name advertised in bright neon pink above the door in swooping cursive, with the figure of a woman outlined in the same seeming to kick a leg with each flash of the light. Two bouncers stand by the door, which is a reflective chrome and stays closed unless opened by the security duo, with a red carpeting extending out onto the pavement. They will check you for I.D. before permitting you entrance. You'll be greeted by a woman in full burlesque regalia, with exaggerated makeup, a corset that barely keeps everything in, fishnets and feathers. Provided you can pay the cover charge, she will show you to a table, offer to get your first drink of the evening, and leave you alone to enjoy what Burlesque has to offer.

The main room's focal point is the generous stage, a circular platform with Broadway lights around the edges, and a catwalk that extends further out into the scattered round tables where patrons can sit and drink. The lights that shine down on it are never particularly clear, often shards of pink, green, blue, which hide as much as they reveal. There is almost always a dancer on the stage, even as even more girls move around the room to give more intimate shows on tabletops. There's a long bar that crawls along one side of the room, with a couple of bartenders behind it, a counter of black glass with rows and rows of liquor on display on glass shelves. Leather booths are tucked away towards the back, offering some privacy for whatever purpose.

Despite the proposed theme of the club, impressions of burlesque only factor in with the permanent staff and particular shows of featured dancers. Otherwise, the tunes are standard for any kind of strip club, and the girls will wear what they like. There are private lounges for more expensive, personal shows, and a darkly lit, obscured staircase leading up to both dressing rooms and the manager's office.

Major IC Events

  • Formerly a strip club named Exotica, it underwent a makeover as of early August, 2009 and became Burlesque, when John Logan, previous owner of the late Happy Dagger was given management.
  • In March 2011, management was entrusted to Doris Ina Anderson.


  • During the daylight hours, between 3 PM and 7 PM approximately, the club is down to skeleton staff and security, and no particular theme is followed. Full staff arrive at around 7 PM, for the busier evening hours, wherein featured shows and guest exotic dancers will take place.
  • Amateur evenings are not regular, but do occur when advertised.
  • Tuesday is Ladies Night. All women are allowed in for free, and all cocktails, for all, are half-price.
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