One of the gentlemen's club franchise's twenty locations across the country, Rick's offers a full bar and fancy lounge area with plush seating. Mini lanterns are scattered along the copper bar, and behind it the old-fashioned wooden built-ins house a vast liquor selection. The bar and lounge area are separate from the stage, but there are plenty of girls wandering through. The early open time of 11 a.m. on weekdays is one of the perks of Rick's, along with its daily happy hours and full lunch and dinner menu. Special nights range from Sunday's service industry night to Monday's amateur night to the flashback-hits format on the agenda for Wednesday afternoons. If you're driving to Rick's, take advantage of the valet, and once you're inside be sure to ask about the VIP services available.
When it comes to seeing women take it off for cash, the Twin Cities have plenty of options. For the most part, every club is pretty similar: booze, boobs, bros. So how does a strip club set itself apart from the competition? Two words: lunch specials. Any place can serve you a steak, seafood, and beer, but how many places can do it for just $6? Rick's has a fantastic lunch that is surprisingly delicious and impressively affordable. Plus, it has great drink specials ($3.75 beers and cocktails... More »
BEWARE!!! My husband and his friend were drugged (per physician drug test) and the manager tried to approve over $10k in lap dances ($2k per dance!!) on their credit cards (which weren't returned to their wallets, but were stolen)!! Then they put them in a cab and sent them to a hotel and used there card to buy them a room.
BEWARE!! You may be drugged, stolen from and taken advantage of at Ricks!