Gentlemen’s clubs are called that for a reason: they’re establishments for gentlemen. And that’s why, when heading out to one, you need to be sure that you’re choosing the right establishment. You’re a gentleman, seeking a gentleman’s experience; and sadly, there’s more than a few establishments out there that call themselves “gentlemen’s clubs”, but which do not offer experiences that are worthy of a gentleman at all. So below, we’ve collected seven of the best gentlemen’s clubs in the USA (here the Best 7 Gentlemen’s Clubs in Europe). Just to help you enhance your chance of ensuring that your next gentlemen’s club experience really is one worthy of a gentleman.

Spearmint Rhino

This particular chain of gentlemen’s clubs in the USA – which, in addition to its Las Vegas joint, also has establishments in the UK and Australia – is famous for reasons well beyond its unusual name. Rated Best Strip Club by Las Vegas Weekly a number of times, this joint is often praised for its mellow vibe – and, of course, for the high quality of its performers.


Here’s another name you might have heard – specifically, if you’ve spent any time exploring the gentlemen’s club scene in New York. Of course, in a metropolis like that, there’s clubs aplenty to choose from; but this, apparently, is the one impressive enough for Howard Stern to get his own private room there. Sure, it’s topless-only, but that’s more than made up for by the quality of the dancers, the expansive entertainment space, and the prime steakhouse on the premises.


This LA joint, as you might expect, is the place of employment for more than a few girls who’ve come to LA looking to break into Hollywood. As a result, this 4Play is the sort of place where you’ll see the sort of talent on the stage that looks ready for the big screen.

King of Diamonds

This Miami club lives up to its name in more ways than one – it’s a pretty popular spot among bling-loving rappers. In fact, that might well be where you’ve heard of it before – it gets quite a few nods in recent rap hits. And if you’ve come to see whether the stellar pole performances those numbers make mention of are real – well, you won’t be disappointed.

Mary’s Club

This club, the oldest in Portland, has well over half a century of history behind it, having opened its doors in 1954 to cater to Portland’s sailor populace. Much like its name, this particular outlet is a simple and unpretentious one – a hole-in-the-wall sort of establishment with the vibe of a friendly, casual party. It’s the ideal option for the gentleman seeking the simple sort of club experience.


Another Vegas club here – obviously. Because, you know, Vegas. Anyway, what with all the competition, what makes this particular Vegas joint stand out? Well, for one, it’s absolutely huge – one of the biggest in the world, in fact. Over 70,000 square feet big, in fact. And secondly, there’s the fact that it uses that space very creatively – among other things, they’ve got two indoor pools. Yeah, you don’t see that in the clubs very often, do you?

Vivid Cabaret

And here’s another New York joint. You can’t bring up USA clubs and not mention this one. Vivid Cabaret, in brief, takes the notion of a gentlemen’s club in this sky-scraping city to its logical extreme, by boasting one of the tallest stripper poles in the world – two stories tall, in fact. Needless to say, it makes for some very unique performances.