There are lots of strip clubs around the center of San Francisco, although Broadway in North Beach is really ground zero. San Francisco strip clubs come in various different forms, from historic speakeasies turned classy dance venues to one-of-a-type peep shows, where entertainers usually pool their earnings. Guest should bear in mind that alcohol is just served in topless clubs, not completely nude ones, according to a citywide ordinance.
The Gold Club
Placed right around the corner from the Moscone Convention Center and half a block from Yerba Guena Gardens, the Gold Club is the most wonderful strip club in the full city and caters mostly to visiting business people.
A daily free lunch buffets gets the club begun early and a perfect dinning menu in each evening keeps visitors hanging around well past dinner time to enjoy dinner with the show.
The top gentlemen’s club in the city to catch performances by globe-renowned visiting adult fun stars is the Crazy Horse. Placed on Market Street just blocks up from the cable car turnaround close to Union Square, this all nude-club specs a big theater-style stage that brings out the natural performer in the dancers. This is also the type of location where pole tricks and other acrobatic maneuvers are a regular part of the show.
This club is less assuming than other colorful clubs that line the street but provides some of the top specials and events in town. Amateur contests are held every Monday, 2 for one unique on Tuesday, free lunches on Saturdays and Fridays, and a big range of other promotions make this club the top bang for your buck in the area.
The Condor club
In 1964, the Condor Club caused a global sensation when it opened as the primary topless club in the America. Placed on the corner of Columbus and Broadway, right from Chinatown meets North Beach, the historic strip club is still a big visitor landmark has a distinctly old-school Barbary Coast Vibe. Plush booths, a speakeasy decoration, and daily drink specials make the Condor the type of club that is famous with couples. Since live domestic bands play here in the early evenings on Saturday, Friday, and Sundays, it has transformed the Condor into a hangout for locals of the Bay area.