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Trails Gentlemen's Club

Utah's strip-club elite

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Just once, it would be nice to hear someone say, “I love Salt Lake City because of the overabundance of quality strip clubs.” I’ve come to grips that this won’t happen in my lifetime, but thankfully, among Utah’s elite, we have Trails Gentlemen’s Club (921 S. 300 West). This downtown “hoo-ha” joint’s biggest evening is Saturday, hosted by the 2012 City Weekly Best Strip Club DJ, Tyler Justice. Hearing his voice explain what’s going down on the dance floor is like listening to Sir David Attenborough on Planet Earth—you know you’re getting accurate, knowledgeable stripper narration. While you’re there, grab a $6 steak dinner or a $3 Jager shot. Mark your calendars for the Down & Dirty Weekend featuring girl-on-girl kissing contests Nov. 16 and 17.

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