Kit Kat Club

Kit Kat Club

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231 SW Ankeny

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Atmosphere: 3
Dancers: 3
Value: 3
Overall: 3

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Joined us on Jan 2017

I've been to most? of the clubs around town and I think this is the most unique club it town.
Let's start at the beginning. One of the girls from another club recommended I try this out. I'm glad I did.
It's in a fairly gritty section of town, just a bouncer at the door in the alley around the corner from Voodoo donuts. Once you go inside it's the typical bar with two circular stages (and also a side stage that was curtained off while I was there). Chairs around the dance area's, fair number of 2-4 person tables in between the stages.

What makes this club unique is the atmosphere which consists of events and also the women performing. So as an example the night I was there it was circus night and BJ McNaughty was in full circus clown effect. Several other women were in various costumes. Many of the women were particularly talented performers doing various contortions on the stage. I did not get a private dance this time through so no info on value etc. They seem to be fairly active on facebook in terms of advertising the themes and the related dancers or performers.

Drink and food wise, they seemed to have plenty of both. I stuck to beer this time so that's all I can attest to.

But overall I would put this in my top two clubs in town (Casa D is the other). Casa is a more sexual, suicide girl, type experience, Kit Kat is a little more refined, a little more of an event typ...



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Joined us on Jan 2017

To my experience, this club is somewhat unique in the Portland area. It's cultivated a fun, low key atmosphere and features sets that range from amazing pole-work to theatrical burlesque sets. I've been going here almost since it opened. I followed my favorite strip club bartender, Crystal, here from her last club and notice that a few of the top-notch dancers from around town also discovered this place. Some of them have started working here exclusively and some have picked up a few shifts here and there and on weekends. It's generally clean, the men's restroom is a little rough though they've recently added an attendant in there to pass you some paper towels and give you access to all manner of strip club sundries. Sometimes there is a cover which ranges from $1 - $5 depending on the night. Dances can still be $20 here, I say that because a lot of clubs have moved to a 3 for $100 format. Alcohol is reasonably priced for a strip club, and if your super-nerd they accept Bitcoin. The Djs are mostly cool and not super annoying here. Many nights they'll have a special MC that adds to the vibe of the night. Local celebrity Nik Sin( of Mini-Marilyn Manson and Mini-Kiss fame) takes up the mic for this sometimes. Sometimes I've seen other Portland and national celebrities. A few weeks ago the Eagles of Death Metal were at the rack with me.

The girls are attractive, mostly natural, some are tattooed, all generally friendly and n...



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Joined us on Jan 2017

Visited the Kit Kat club on a short visit to Portland - it is right in the middle of the "gritty tourist-trap" zone of Portland downtown - hidden within a black door surrounded by "world famous" restaurants, oyster bars and donut places (admittedly Voodoo donut *is* famous enough).

Club has an interesting vibe - compared with clubs from the same owners: classier decor, excellent cocktails and a premium on showmanship. Girls are very attractive (8-10s) ridiculously acrobatic and there is liberal use of props (costumes, smoke, quirkier stuff) - all with a sense of mischief and humor. As a nightclub, if you and your SO / friends are looking for a great show on the spicy side while having a great drink (and chicken pot pie) it is highly recommended.

However if you are looking for an actual strip club - you may be a bit dissapointed. Dancers are vrt beautiful, but they do not socialize with customers betwee dances, and the shows do include nude dances but they're on the 'hot-burlesque/mild-strip-club' side of the spectrum. Not that it is a bad thing, but you'll find more daring shows a couple blocks away on any direction (Rouge, GD or even Mary's).

If you're looking for lap dances - skip altogether. Dancers are talented and polite but you will learn a whoke new definition of "air dances", and the "private VIP" is a chair on a tiny boot a meter away from the secon...



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Executive Summary: This is sometimes a great club, probably the best in Portland for what it attempts to do. However, you have to time your visit properly and should limit your expectations to burlesque entertainment. If you come on the wrong day of the week, too early in the evening, or are expecting to get your pee pee rubbed by Toniqua Thickmethteeth... you're better off going elsewhere. If your date wants to go to a strip club, I'd suggest taking her/him here.


The part of the club that's a strip club is a partial conversion of the old Berbatti's Pan venue, with the same stages made from old bowling alley planks and Marshall speakers. There's usually not a cover unless a band is playing, or its drunk time in the local entertainment zone. The entertainment in the early evenings is uniformly terrible, but it gets much better after nine. If you like elaborate stage shows, you're guaranteed to see them on Friday nights, maybe Saturday nights. At those times, the dancers are almost always fun to look at and very interactive at the rack, which makes the next part kind of stand out- if you tip at the stage, you may get asked for a "private dance". A private dance involves you sitting on a church pew behind a curtain with your hands firmly glued to your ass. That's it, thanks for donating to my tattoo fund.

The bar-tending staff isn't all horrible, but a significant fraction of them will acti...



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I really wanted to like this place. They have some hot dancers, and they have a cool, old school vibe going on. But, for me, there is just something off-kilter. Too many hipsters....too many out-of-towners...not enough action.

The place is a little hard to spot, but it is in the alley next to voodoo donuts...it's a bit conspicuous to enter the place when there are a bunch of munchkins in line for donuts. The bouncer checked my ID at the door and required a cover - I don't remember the amount. He did not take a card for the cover, but there is an ATM out front. He warned me absolutely no cameras (or phone cameras) were allowed.

The place is basically a gutted out old building and does not have the vibe of a comfortable club, more an industrial modern dance club. There are two stages, one on the left of the bar, and then one in the far back. There are booths on the wall and a stage above the booths. There are tables in between the stages and the booths. In between sets, a duo or trio of dancers will come out above the booths and dance for tips right above the booth tables. Kind of interesting at first, and a good way to eye the goods before deciding on who to really lay your money on I suppose.

The atmosphere is busy and noisy, making it difficult to interact with the dancers in a more intimate fashion. The patrons and crowd can be real dipshit out-of-town assholes that you might expect downtown at anytime...



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