BLISS IS A MUST MISS
Bliss a "MUST MISS" for Atlanta. Visited Bliss briefly few weeks ago and was initially impressed, but tonight they showed their true colors. An adult entertainment place with male dancers would seem pretty easy to have a good time. After paying the $10 cover charge AND upgrading the the "VIP" level (non-private) to avoid the smokers and small crowded space, I elected to have a cute guy hangout (literally... but non-sexually) with me. After paying for drinks and the time of the visitor the "manager" Matt rudely walks by and announces 'you can't just sit there naked, you have to be standing the whole time" and walked off. Interesting if not confusing for a strip bar; Now correct me if I am mistaken, but if you want a "lap dance" that is impressive to accomplish standing upright (tho I had not and was not receiving one). Literally talking to a cute naked boy (no sexual issues ... duh it was in partial view of 100 people) Matt claimed was "illegal". Now let's review... the dancers are fully nude on stages, poles, showers, and give lap-dances till the cows come home.,.. but heaven forbid they sit on a couch in a semi-private area wearing nothing but shoes... I mean what is this a strip bar... OH WAIT; IT IS A STRIP BAR... Imagine my confusion. Now the very nice "house mother" came over to explain that if you want them to sit in a chair naked, then you need to pay the $100+ house fee PLUS $20 per song for the dancer to go the the TOTALLY private rooms further upstairs....... ummmm NO THANKS. The hypocrisy of we can get naked and GRIND all over your lap and bod (which btw is technically "sitting" ie: lap dance) but the Atlanta PD will ticket/arrest them/you is the dancer is just sitting naked at a bar whose sole reason for existence is to go and see naked hot cute boys. Irony... or stupid management? So my group threw away our "free pass next time you visit" as there will be no future visits. Unless you like your "lap dance" from an upright/standing dancer I suggest you don't wast your time with an establishment better named hypocrisy.