Opt for snacks
Easy to eat food is ideal when visiting a gentlemen’s club, as this way you will be able to focus more on your surroundings. Dishes like chips, burgers and chicken wings are always popular, as you can easily dip in and out of them and share them with your group of friends. Ordering a more complex knife-and-fork meal might take your attention away from having a good time, and you definitely don’t want to spill spaghetti down your shirt in the dimly lit room.
Most visitors to a gentlemen’s club will want to drink alcohol, but it’s important that you avoid becoming too drunk. Because there are certain etiquettes and behaviours expected of guests, it’s in your best interests to remain clear headed. If you have a few too many, you may behave in a way that isn’t appropriate, meaning your night will have to come to an end sooner than you would have liked.
Opt for both food and drink
Even if you aren’t particularly hungry, opting for food alongside your drinks is a smart move. Eating can dissuade you from drinking too much and also offers a barrier to the alcohol in your system, helping to keep you sober. What’s more, you can turn the night into a longer one rather than leaving for food and drinks at a different venue later.
Don’t bring your own food
Just like in any other bar or restaurant, gentlemen’s clubs that serve food won’t take too kindly to you bringing your own. Indulge in the whole experience and order food from the venue. Just because food isn’t the main attraction doesn’t mean you should pack your own, as food is as much a part of the experience as everything else to many guests.
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