Jumbo’s Clown Room
My favorite gentleman’s club! Love the girls here. Love the scene. It’s more like a club than it is a strip club. Fake asses all over the place and I love it! It’s fun to watch people in “raining”‘competitions seeing who can make it rain more than the next person.
House Party Strippers
Jay was so friendly and kind to all of the ladies at the bridal shower. I didn’t know what to expect since this was my first time ordering a dancer. But everyone had such a good time I can definitely see us using this company in the future. Great service.
LOS ANGELES STRIP CLUBS – JUMBO’S CLOWN REVIEW
Coming from the strip club capitol of America (Portland) I really had no idea what to expect in Jumbo’s. You see, any time someone tries to take me to a racy bar in any other city, including Vegas, my usual reply is “don’t bother, it won’t be as good as Portland” and when I’m forced to go, I’m right 100% of the time. Don’t believe me? Come visit. You’ll see why. However obviously from the stars atop this review, that percentage just dropped.
Jumbo’s is anything but a sad attempt at a seedy strip club. It’s quite the opposite, and I’m downright impressed. Jumbo’s is incredible. First off, the place is small and intimate, which makes for an exciting, communal vibe. The decor is a mix of dive bar, circus showtime, and clown nightmare. The stage is the focus – you can’t escape it. And the ladies? They’re not there to just strip down and act sexy. They put on a damn fine show. It’s not typical throwback burlesque, but I guess you call this burlesque. No actual nudity, but close enough. Themed performances with costumes and music to match. Incredible pole skills (core strength!) and dance moves. Pure performance, with a little bit of skin. Okay, a lot of skin, but still in the realm of PG-13.
The style. The swagger. The rock-n-roll vibe. The classic feel. This place has it all. Instead of skeezy dudes putting dollars in front of them and hoping for a semi-lap-dance over the rail, groups of guys, gays, girls and everyone in between was cheering and making it rain. It wasn’t about the 1:1 interaction, but instead seemed to mostly be about hooting, hollering, throwing cash, and a show. It may not be like that on all nights, but the Saturday of my visit it was pretty much perfect.