Crazy Horse Saloon

Crazy Horse Saloon

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907-279-1231

E 16th Ave & Gambell St

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Joined us on Jan 2017

The club is basically divided into two halves. The side where you enter has a bar and tables. The other side has the dancing stage and some tables. The bar half is a little more lively but not by much.
There were a few girls working, no more than six. And the quality of the girls ranged from about a 4 to a 7. I got a couple of table dances from a Native American dancer. She let me get pretty handsy but the DJ called me out, "This isn't a petting zoo, fellas." She told me there was greater mileage in the VIP area where dances were $30, but I opted out.
A few minutes later a big titted blonde came out on stage to dance. I tipped her a couple of times and she came to sit with me after her set. I bought her a drink and she offered me a table dance. She was looking pretty good (especially with my beer goggles on) so I told her I'd take a couple dances. She walked me to the back of the room and she set me down at another table. She sat on me and started grinding. She told me the DJ couldn't see what I did where we were sitting. Her titties were in my mouth three seconds later. Lots of mileage from this girl. As the night was winding down, she offered me extras (BJ for pay) if I wanted to continue outside the club. I declined and drove back to my hotel.
All in all not a bad club. Pickings are pretty slim in Alaska so you can't expect to find what you see in a lot of the lower 48. You can get some mileage in...



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This is an unfortunate example of a club trying to be too many things for too many different groups of people.

Several reviews have stated that Crazy Horse has embraced Hold 'em Poker - this is still correct. The specifics are they have 3-hr tourneys every Sunday thru Thursday. This seems to create a bit of tension, as the poker-folks don't appreciate the distraction of the dancers. Recently, ownership has also installed quite a few additional televisions, trying for the sports bar vibe as well. Would probably be OK if they had restricted them to portions of the club, but they seemed to have put them everywhere. Alaskan Amber was $5/pint (this is about average for Anchorage).

I was in on a Tuesday evening and found three dancers loosely on shift, as only one actually danced during my visit. I was there for about an hour, and as reported the dancers do seem eager to hustle drinks. Of the three dancers, only one was my type - she did a three-song set of which interestingly all three were nude. Unfortunately, one of the other dancers was chatting me up after she finished, and she was taken for a private dance by another patron which lasted for the duration of my visit.

Can't really recommend this club and will probably not be back.



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Was in Anchorage for the first time, and decided to check out what this town had to offer for clubs, in comparison to my normal L.A / O.C. haunts. Found only one club listed in the Yellow pages (Gt. Alaskan Bush Co), but then thought of checking out tuscl.com. Although my initial plan was to check out both Crazy Horse and GAB Co., especially since neither apparently has a cover charge, ended up spending all my time at the Crazy Horse. Mindful of the previous reviewer's unhappiness with the Texas Hold-em nights, I noted that the marquee stated that that was only on Sunday thru Wednesday evenings. I got there shortly after they opened at 4 PM on Friday afternoon. Completly dead. I was the only person in the club, except for a waiter, and some elderly lady that appeared to be (and apparently was) the owner. Good size bar (full alcohol) and a good size square stage. Lots of ladder back chairs (with soft seat), mainly arranged by fours at tiny rectangular wood tables on 2 sides of the stage, plus many more such sets in the room, including a portion that was one step up. There was also an area that displayed a neon "VIP Lounge" sign. Decided to hang around to see what was going to happen. (Waiter was prompt in coming over to where I had sat down on the far side of the stage to see what I wanted to drink, but then just busied himself behind the bar or chatting with the owner after bringing me my beer). It was close to 4:45 when the first girl showed up. Sh...



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I was in Anchorage on business, and had been to the Bush Co. a couple of times. One night a group of us went tot he Sullivan arena to watch a minor league hockey game, and I noticed this club across the street. I came back a couple of nights later, and was somewhat suprized. The club is much larger than I thought it would be form the outside. There was no cover charge, and I showed up after 9:00PM! As the other reviewers have said you can find a little bit of everything as far as wemen goe in this club. I grabbed a seat and ordered a beer. The wait staff is quick and curteous (At least on my night there). There were several dancers that came a round, and none of them really caught my eye. Then Lila (Could be Lela I guess) came on stage, and did some great dances. She made here way around the room, and finally made it to my table. She has a very nice smile; and is quite attractive, and possess a witty intellect. We talked for a moment, and I asked her if she wanted something to drink. She told me that she didn't drink alcohol. I replied, that that was fine, I was just asking if she would like something to drink. She seemed suprized at that and then sat down at the table, and ordered something non-alcoholic. From that point on things were very relaxed, and I got to know many things about her. I will not share these as that would be a violation of her trust. Getting back to the point of this review, We did some dances there in the main area of the club....



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I've been to Alaska a hand full of times, and mostly visited the famous Great Alaskan Bush Company. It's actually been about 10 years since my last trek up north, so I decided to try something different. The Crazy Horse Saloon isn't anything to write home about. Some nice ladies that treat you like family and some that would rather be somewhere else. I did notice that there were a lot of locals there, or what seemed like locals. I had a few dances from nice ladies, but nothing special. I'll probably go back to the Bush next time I'm back in AK.



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