At Spearmint Rhino we set the industry standard for gentlemen’s clubs. While we always cater to the fantasies of our customers there are always lines that one should never cross (especially when it comes to something as intimate as a lap dance). Below, we’ve laid out basic etiquette for being on the receiving end of a lap dance.
Because you know you’ll be getting up-close and personal with one of sexy Rhino Girls make sure to prepare for a night out at Spearmint Rhino like a first date — we’re not suggesting she’s going to go home with you at the end of the night, but you want to make sure that, at very least, she’s enjoying her work. Fresh out the shower with fresh breath is the best place to start! Just remember not to overdo it, drenching yourself in cologne is worse than not wearing any at all. Make sure to make it pleasant experience for your entertainer.
It cost to be the boss, and showing up with just enough money for entry or drinks is never a good idea. If you’re going there intending to have a dance, this is a bit of a no-brainer. However, even if you’re just heading out with the boys — with no intention of enjoying our world famous Rhino Dances or VIP Rooms — proper lap dance etiquette suggests you should always pack a few extra bills.
A lap dance is itself a work of art and when you’re with of one of our beautiful artists, they expect to have your full attention. Additionally, most dancers would find it inconsiderate to have their pictures taken or videos recorded. Not only that, in most states it’s considered a misdemeanor to do so in a strip club.
Hands to yourself
We understand the temptation can sometimes be a bit overwhelming, Every cell in your body might be telling you not to sit on your hands while a sexy Rhino Girl grinds your thigh, but if that’s what you’ve got to do, then that’s what you’ve got to do, period. The same goes for kissing, licking, biting, etc. You’re not in pre-school anymore, so please act like it!
There are plenty of simple rules like these that can keep our Rhino Girls happy to have you as a client, but the golden rule to always follow is :
“Treat others as you would want to be treated.”