Rules are normal at gentlemen’s clubs like RI Dolls in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Most people who go to strip clubs know that there will be rules like don’t touch the dancers, don’t touch other customers, and stuff like that. But what about manners? Do manners matter?
Well, lack of manners likely won’t get you kicked out but using some basic manners will help you get better service and it will also likely help you get more dancers that want to make you visit spectacular.
So, what kinds of manner will make your visit to Rhode Island Dolls the best it can be?
Here’s few manner tips:
#1 No whistling or snapping your fingers at the serving staff or bartenders
First of all, snapping your fingers and whistling at a bartender, or anyone, is just plain rude. There are usually only 1 or 2 people behind the bar. They must make drinks for the 20 or more people sitting at the bar, plus make the drinks for all the people sitting at tables. Give the bartenders a break. They know you’re there and they will get to you when it’s your turn. There is no need to be degrading by snapping your fingers. If you do this, you’ll find yourself at the end of the line, and you’ll have to wait even longer for your drink.
#2 Tip your serving staff and bartenders
While bar-tending seems like the best job in the world, it doesn’t pay the most. These hard workers rely a lot on the tips they earn during their shift. The worst thing you can do is not give your bartender a tip.
When a person provides you with a service, like making you a drink, you should always tip that person. If you have enough money for a lap dance, then you should have enough money to give the bartender a couple bucks for your drinks. If you don’t tip the bartender, he will remember. He’ll let it slide the first time he serves you a drink of your choice. The second time you order without leaving a tip you might get a dirty look. The third time you approach the bar for a drink, expect to wait a long time. Bartenders do remember customers, especially the ones that don’t tip. But, if you put some money on the bar, you’ll redeem yourself. Just make sure you leave a tip.
3. Don’t complain about the amount of alcohol in your drink
You should never complain about not having enough alcohol in your drink. Most bartenders have to measure out the amount of alcohol they put into every drink. This way, everyone gets the same amount and the strip club can keep tabs on the booze expenses. If you’ve ordered a mixed drink and then complain that you can’t taste the alcohol, then expect to stand there while the bartender pours your drink down the sink. The bartender will then explain the rules about measuring liquor as you watch him make your drink. And next time, ask for a double if you want more alcohol, or skip the sugary mixes and order alcohol straight up.
#4 Stay calm when they announce “last call”
You know that when last call is announced, everyone rushes to the bar to order one last drink. This can create quite a bit of chaos at the end of the night. The last thing you want to do is add to that chaos. Instead, remain calm and patient. The bartenders are working their asses off to make sure everyone receives their last drink. Don’t start yelling or whistling at the bartender. You’ll get your drink. You just might have to wait a couple extra minutes to get it, while the bartender is serving the people standing in line in front of you and next to you.
#5 Never be rude
While this is a given, when you mix alcohol and naked ladies together you might be surprised how many times we have to remind people not to be rude. In most customer service jobs, the worker must be nice to the customer, even if that customer is yelling and swearing in the worker’s face. That rule doesn’t always apply to a bartender at a strip club. With the constant bickering from people who’ve had too much to drink, the bartender doesn’t always have to respond to your rudeness with kindness.
These tips will give you an even better experience when you go to a strip club like Rhode Island Dolls. Remember that the staff – servers, bartenders, dancers, and even bouncers – are there to do a job and sometimes that job is making sure that other patrons are having a good time. If you’re rude and leave your manners at home you might end up going home early to find them.