Anyone been to Mitchell Brother's O'Farrel Theater?

I’ve heard of this place several times- its a kind of strip club. Checking out their website, I saw that they have Bachelor Party packages; too bad I didn’t think of suggesting it to my Best Man! (We went to the Crazy Horse, and had a good time nonetheless).

So has anyone actually been to this place? Looking at the website, its kind of hard to figure what type of place it is.

I went there once about ten years ago (bachelor party, though we didn’t go on any package deal - it was a spur of the moment decision by the best man). I don’t have a lot of places to compare it to, though. There were a variety of types of rooms, which seemed something of a distinction (like the stage ‘show’ they put on in one room). It apparently has ‘historical significance’ though I’m not sure that’s a good reason to visit it.

Some friends of mine went and said this:

There are some dark rooms, and some VERY dark rooms. In the VERY dark rooms, it’s hard to tell who is rubbing up against you and harder to tell them to stop.

Also, there were rooms where the servers (insert derisive snort/eye roll) presented you with a tray of “party favors” that they would use on themselves. The favors had various prices attached to them.

I’m not sure I need to keep the description up, as many of you Dopers can figure the rest (and the rest of you had to excuse yourselves)…

***Anecdotal story: ***Some of those friends used the Corporate Credit card as “entertainment” for a big client because they were hammered. Accounting was not amused when they went to the establishment to see what the dilly was.

You might want to take a look at

And no, I’m not going to tell you how I know about that site.

It is a historic strip club, well known in many areas. Hell, they made a movie about it:

It has the separate rooms, table shows, shower shows, private booths to watch, etc.

The model has been copied by others.

And there is no sex in the champagne room.

(20+ year old memories of mammaries here)

Well, in the early 1970s, it was a movie theater, beautifully (if not appropriately) painted with planetscape murals. I saw Behind the Green Door there, ca. 1973.

Of course the movie was directed by the Mitchell brothers.