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Cheetah Lounge Atlanta

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cheetah lounge atlantaWhere do I even begin? I was in Atlanta for business and heard that Cheetah Lounge Atlanta was the best strip club in town. My co-worker and I were amazed by the beauty of these girls. They were not pushy about dances and would sit with you at the bar, have drinks and talk to you. It was a Wednesday night and we got there right at 10 for the official opening when the girls(70 we counted) march onto the for you to look them over, and then they offer two table dances for $10. I was told there are about 150 girls on the weekends. The girls were from all over the south, incredible bodies, most of them all natural, and most of them had pretty faces. I did not go to the executive room, I was told it was $150 for an hour and a half, didn’t get the full scoop on what goes down. It’s a shame you can’t get a $20 or even $30 lap dance, but the girls are so hot and might as well be touching you it’s a pretty good deal for $10. If you’re ever in HOTlanta, do yourself a favor and go to the Cheetah, you won’t be disappointed!

The most beautiful women in the South, performing nude. For over 30 years,  Cheetah Lounge Atlanta has dominated the Southeast’s adult entertainment scene, successfully integrating award-winning service, fine dining and the hedonism of a true gentlemen’s club. Atlanta’s Cheetah Girls perform nude on three stages, on bartops, on tabletops and tableside. Alluvia Restaurant is adjacent to the Cheetah main stage and is open late night, serving until 2 a.m. Monday through Saturday. Cheetah and Alluvia Restaurant are open Monday-Saturday at 11:30am. No cover charge ’til 4pm. 21+ with valid photo ID. Cigar and smoker-friendly. Full liquor bar. Valet parking. Couples and female guests are welcome. No cover charge at Cheetah Lounge on game day with your ticket stub from any college or pro sports event. Saturday Guy’s brunch 11:30-4:00.

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21st Amendment Back in Black Beer

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Back in Black Beer is the pride of the 21st Amendment Brewery.

Around the turn of the 20th century, in the year 1900, there were thousands of small breweries operating across America. When Freccia and O’Sullivan were researching old San Francisco breweries (trying to find a cool name for their new brewery), what really made an impact was the discovery that there were about 40 breweries operating just within the city limits of San Francisco (by comparison, today there are eight with a population more than double what it was in 1900). They realized that the brewery captured the essence of the neighborhoods of San Francisco. They were the local gathering places. Places to exchange ideas, debate politics and philosophy. Places for families to come together on weekends. Places that provided something unique—hand crafted beer that was different at every brewery and that defined the taste of a neighborhood.

In 1920, Prohibition wiped out this culture and put the “local” out of business. For 13 years, social interaction was largely driven underground, to the speakeasies, where regular citizens became a nation of outlaws.

But with the passage of the 21st Amendment, repealing Prohibition, the society, were able to begin the slow climb back to reclaiming the essence of the neighborhood gathering place. At the 21st Amendment, they celebrate the culture of the great breweries of old, making unique, hand crafted beers, great food, and providing a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere that invites conversation, interaction and a sense of community.

Inspired by Paul Revere’s midnight ride, 21st Amendment rebelled against the British style IPA, embraced the more aggressive American version and then recast it in bold, brave, defiant black. It’s Black IPA is a Declaration of Independence from the tyranny of the expected. Hence the birth of Back in Black Beer.

Back in Black Beer is the newest year-round beer available now in six pack cans and on draft. Brewed like an American IPA but with the addition of rich, dark malts, this beer has all the flavor and hop character you expect with a smooth, mellow finish.




Alaskan Amber Beer

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alaskan amberAlaskan Amber is made from glacier-fed water and a generous blend of the finest quality European and Pacific Northwest hop varieties and premium two-row pale and specialty malts.  Our water originates in the 1,500 square-mile Juneau Ice Field and the more than 90 inches of rainfall we receive each year.

Smooth and richly malted, this altbier goes well with king or silver salmon, flavorful meats and hearty Italian dishes. Also pairs nicely with delicate cheeses, artichokes and roasted red peppers – a perfect accompaniment to gourmet pizzas.

Alaskan Amber is based on a recipe from a turn-of-the-century brewery in the Juneau area. It was voted “Best Beer in the Nation” in the 1988 Great American Beer Festival Consumer Poll.

Richly malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this beautiful amber colored “alt” style beer notably well balanced.

Alt. The name of this beer style comes from the German word “alt” meaning “old”. This refers to the aging that alts undergo since they ferment more slowly and at colder temperatures than most ales. Slow fermentation helps condition the flavors in Alaskan Amber, contributing to its overall balance and smoothness.

In 1986, Alaskan’s first brew – and most popular today – was this amber, based on a 1907 recipe that a local collector had preserved from a long-lost area brewery. It’s smooth and caramel-filled, with a touch of hop spice. (5.3% ABV)

There are no roads connecting the remote coastal community of Juneau, Alaska to the Lower 48 or even the rest of the state. Everything must travel by air or sea. Oceangoing vessels, from fishing trollers to small skiffs, are a common sight as they travel the icy waters of Southeast Alaska. Each evening fishermen from all walks of life return to a safe harbor and close the day with a cold Alaskan Amber. ambertable


samuel adams boston lager

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samueladamsSamuel Adams Boston Lager helped lead the American beer revolution by reviving a passion for full-bodied brews that are robust and rich with character.  When it was introduced in 1984, Samuel Adams Boston Lager was unusual in a world of thin, light-bodied beers that were being churned out for mass market consumption.

Just six weeks after its introduction, Samuel Adams Boston Lager turned the beer industry on its ear when it was named “The Best Beer in America” in the Consumer Preference Poll at the Great American Beer Festival.  At less than two months old, Samuel Adams had secured a place in the history of American brewing.

Complex and balanced with a beautiful hop aroma, best describes it.

Samuel Adams Boston Lager is an excellent example of the fundamentals of a great beer, offering a full, rich flavor that is both balanced and complex.  that unique flavor is the result of a perfect combination of our signature hand selected ingredients and a traditional four vessel brewing process.

Samuel Adams Boston Lager uses only the finest ingredients including two-row malted barley and Bavarian Noble hops.  The sole use of two-row barley not only imparts a full, smooth body but also gives the beer a wide spectrum of malt flavor ranging from slightly sweet to roasted.

Samuel Adams Boston Lager also take great pride in the Noble hops they use.  They’re hand selected by Jim Koch and their brewers from the world’s oldest hop growing areas.  Although they are among the most expensive hops, their unmistakable aroma and taste is essential to Samuel Adams Boston Lager.  The Noble hop varieties of Hallertau Mittelfrueh and Tettnang Tettnanger add a wide range of floral, piney and citrus notes, which are present from the aroma, through the taste, and all the way to the lingering smooth finish.

Olympic Garden Las Vegas

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Olympic Garden Las Vegas

Olympic Garden Las Vegas is the only quality strip club right on the Las Vegas strip. It is really the club that set the trend toward fancy, clean and decent adult entertainment in Las Vegas. It can still compete but expect smaller stages and a smaller dose of the VIP style. The rest is still high quality but the skyboxes and large areas for bottle service do not exist at the Olympic Garden Las Vegas.


This is Las Vegas, so don’t be ashamed when you tell people you went to a strip club, be proud. When talking to a few of the girls they were very nice and willing to explain the economics behind dancing. They make a lot of money and UNLV is easier to attend when out of towners are paying the tuition. There is constant dancing at every stage and a lot going on, enjoy the scene and treat yourself to a dance. Be realistic with yourself, most of these girls would not give us the time of day if we didn’t have the extra $20 in our wallets. That’s what makes this fun. Spend time with the boys and bond. Ladies, you too can have fun, watching men act like kids in a candy store or enjoying a lap dance or two.


The women in Olympic Garden Las Vegas are great. There bodies are in shape and sexy as hell. There faces are even nice looking. You have your one or two that aren’t that attractive but overall its good. I went 2 nights in a row. I would of given it 5 stars but like I mentioned above, also some of them just throw themselves on you and expect you to pay for a lap dance $20. Also the drinks are expensive and watered down, I had 2 and it was $24. But overall every time I go to Vegas i’ll surely be going back!


Yellow Rose Strip Club Austin, TX

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The Yellow Rose World Famous Cabaret is the premier strip club in Austin, Texas. It remains the #1 hot spot for live adult entertainment, providing patrons with the world’s most beautiful entertainers, five star kitchen service and a comfortable club atmosphere. The Yellow Rose is truly one of a kind and a step above the rest.

There are countless gentlemen’s clubs that tout themselves as the best, but few of them actually understand what it takes to become an Austin Legend. It’s not enough to fill the club with beautiful women, tout outrageous drink specials and let the DJ loose. You have to have a true understanding of what a patron wants from the experience as a whole.

The Yellow Rose is known for employing not only the prettiest girls in Austin, but also the girls who’ll have you coming back for more! Our entertainers are here to make money like any other club, but unlike other high-end clubs we don’t fill the place with beautiful faces with no personality. There are no dolls here that dart from table to table asking for dance after dance. The girls at Yellow Rose are first and foremost ENTERTAINERS and they are exceptionally good at their jobs.

Next time you’re in the big ol’ state of Texas – make sure you stop by and say hello to these southern belles!

Bare Elegance Los Angeles: Bare all Review

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Okay so here goes my Bare Elegance Los Angeles review. A lot of the girls look like models. I’m sure it’s pretty expensive on Friday nights and other “peak” times, but during the day / week, it’s a $6 cover. They do have valet parking, but again, during the day they don’t enforce it. But their girls, again, are centerfold caliber. Not many fake boobs, but big naturals, and young. Very hot in terms of the women, even the waitresses.So if that’s what you’re into, this is the spot.

Why not give a  perfect score? Well, for one thing, it’s /too/ good. To me, when you’re dealing with House girls, friendliness goes a long way. Bare Elegance girls, however, are pretty much like any stuck up hot chick – they really don’t seem to care about you, they just want your money. Not too surprising, but there are other clubs , which have girls that don’t mind just chatting it up with you. And I don’t buy dances, so I don’t know how much they charge, but when you see the place with its three stages and disco lights, you know it probably ain’t cheap. And the songs are shorter than they are at an average strip club. They give you just enough to tease, but then it’s immediately start soliciting you for dances. It’s not a great hang out – more of a special occasion type of place. And again, if you’re into that, it’s great. The girls are hot, and everything is upscale. But for me, if you’re going to be that way, you should have features. Something to justify the expense. So it’s good for what it is, but I’m not really crazy about what it is. Again, a once in a while indulgence. bare_elegance_los_angeles

Blue Moon Belgian White Beer

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blue moon beerThe Blue Moon Belgian White Beer is the right blend of ingredients and imagination.

The Blue Moon Belgian White Beer was the first year-round release of Blue Moon Brewery back in 1995.

It started with the brewmaster, Keith Villa, wanting to craft a beer inspired by the flavorful Belgian Wits he enjoyed while studying brewing in Belgium. He brewed his interpretation using Valencia orange peel versus the traditional tart Curaçao orange peel, for a subtle sweetness. Then he added oats and wheat to create a smooth, creamy finish that’s inviting to the palate. As a final touch, he garnished the beer with an orange slice to heighten the citrus aroma and taste. Its natural unfiltered appearance adds to the depth of flavors in Belgian White.

Blue Moon Belgian White is currently available in 12-oz. bottles, 6-pack, 12-pack,Brewmaster’s can, 16-oz. can, Draft.

The Blue Moon brewery has served millions of people and has 5.4% alcohol by volume. In Oklahoma, Minnesota, and Utah, the alcohol content of all Blue Moon beers bought in grocery or convenience stores is 3.2% alcohol by weight (approximately 4.0% alcohol by volume). Blue Moon Brews and Seasonal Brews sold in liquor stores are 5.4% by volume.

The back of the label reads, “Brewed with white wheat and oats, Blue Moon features a crisp wheat finish and the perfect combination of orange peel and coriander. Bring out Blue Moon’s natural spices by serving it in a Pilsner glass with an orange-slice garnish.” The coriander may potentiate the anxiolytic effects of the alcohol, with studies showing anxiety-reduction in mice administered with coriander

Big Sky Beer

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Big Sky Beer family consists of: Moose Drool (a brown ale), Scape Goat (Pale Ale), Big Sky (India Pale ale), Powder Hound (Winter Ale), Summer Honey (Seasonal Ale), and Trout Slayer Ale.

Big Sky Brewing Company is by far the largest brewery in Montana and has the farthest reach nationally of any brew made in Montana. Big Sky products are distributed in 23 states (covering the west coast and working itself east). The brewery made national news in 2000 when it was sued by Moosehead Breweries in Canada for using the word “moose” in its most popular beer “Moose Drool.” The case was eventually settled with Big Sky agreeing to not sell Moose Drool directly to certain areas in eastern United States.

Their first step was to produce and “star” in a series on MCAT (Missoula’s local cable access television station) called Beer Talk. The show consisted of Brad and Neal tasting various beers, usually microbrews or imports, and commenting on what they liked and did not like about them. The program immediately set viewership records and led to many of the most successful call-in programs in MCAT’s history. If nothing else, Beer Talk showed a lot of Missoulians that Brad and Neal were passionate about beer! Unfortunately, neither of the two had much business experience, nor did they have a lot of local connections. That is where Bjorn entered the picture.

Bjorn was just finishing his B.A. in finance at the University of Montana. As a final project he was assigned to write a business plan. He chose to write up a plan for the brewery that Brad and Neal had been babbling about for a couple of years, and it was that business plan that really got the ball rolling towards making Big Sky Brewing Company a reality. Bjorn, Brad, and Neal took the plan to local attorneys, accountants, and bankers. They rewrote and improved it numerous times and finally went out to find investors. Bjorn is a native Montanan and he knew a lot of local business people. Also, both he and Brad are great salesmen, so while Neal stayed at home and brewed test batches of beer, Bjorn and Brad went out and raised capital. After about a year and a half, Big Sky Brewing Company had enough cash in the bank and a large enough bank loan to begin purchasing equipment and renovating its original location at 120-A Hickory Street.  We brewed our first batch of beer, Whistle Pig Red Ale, in mid-June of 1995 and hit the market with it just in time for the 4th of July weekend. A couple of months later, Moose Drool Brown Ale and Scape Goat Pale Ale followed, and Big Sky Brewing Company was on its way.

What happens in Vegas: Spearmint Rhino Review

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The Spearmint Rhino is hands down one of the best strip clubs in Las Vegas.

And here is why:

First, the layout at the elegant Spearmint Rhino is superb. The 18,000-square-foot nightclub features a main room gloriously highlighted by a large center tipping stage, easily the best seat in town. There are two smaller go-go stages in a second room and a sit-down tipping stage in another area. Each main area has its own fully stocked bar, ensuring your night of debauchery is as convenient as it is fun and sexy.

The Rhino has a ton of seating options available. Each room sports numerous lap-dance-friendly chairs and couches, and both sit-down tipping stages are surrounded by plenty of seats, allowing patrons to get oh-so close to the action. In addition, the Rhino offers plenty of VIP seating and private booths. The curtain-enclosed cabanas are especially groovy; they give guests the opportunity to choose whether to join the party on the main floor or to draw the curtains closed and keep the action private. If you’re into more of a traditional strip-club VIP experience, Spearmint Rhino offers two spacious — yet incredibly cozy — private VIP lounges where you and the lovely dancer of your choice can spend some quality time.

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And speaking of the dancers: The ladies at Spearmint Rhino are some of the best around. There is a seemingly endless multitude of some of the most beautiful women in Vegas. The ladies are friendly as well, and not too pushy. There is no way to describe the “Rhino Girls” other than “drop-dead gorgeous.” They will surely make your experience an unforgettable one.