Enjoy Steamy Fun With the All-Male Dance Revue at Tommy T's
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The last date listed for All-Male Dance Revue was Thursday October 22, 2015 / 9:30pm.
Currently at Tommy T's Comedy Pleasanton
- Full Price:
- $15 - $20
- Our Price:
- $5 - $10
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Featured review from Christina Kaoh
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Came here for the Thursday male adult show, and while the guys were good looking and it was fun to watch, it left a bit to be desired. After a few minutes of general gyrating on the stage, the guys came down to perform for the ladies with the bills. The problem with this was that you couldn't see a damn thing if the dancer wasn't in your area...all you saw was a crowd of backs. Given that this was a small venue and you still couldn't seen meant you were either sitting quietly waiting for the action or huddled around screaming next to the woman who got the personalized attention. I got a few laughs in at the ridiculous simulated sex but our group left about 11 and we only got to see three dancers. We were just bored after a while, but I did appreciate that the dancers were all men of color. Bravo.
Two item minimum - I had the strawberry cheesecake which was gross. The savory options were much better. French fries were yum; spinach dip was ok. Not a bad way to spend a couple hours, but not something I need to repeat. I dressed up just a tiny a bit, but felt overdressed when I got there. It's casual, so don't fret. And the venue is not swank at all, so don't dress to the nines or you'll look way out of place. This is not that kind of place lolololol.
First 50 ladies get in free at the door, but I got a complimentary ticket on goldstar (paid $6 for the service fee). There's no reason to pay full price for this show. Just bring your dollah billz.
P.S. You won't see any weenies. Think Magic Mike, but less fancy choreography, less stage presence, less excitement (or laughs, in my case).