Home to the Pole Princess National Championships, the Déjà Vu of Minneapolis has stood the test of time, and remains one of the chains brightest shining stars. Located at 315 Washington Ave. North the Déjà Vu of Minneapolis still adds a certain flair to the city, even though new gentleman’s club’s are opening all over the town. Since it first opened its doors back in 1991, the Washington location has employed a bevy of gorgeous showgirls, on two raging shifts. Its most recent count revealed that over 100+ savage entertainers now wagged there wares at Minnesota’s highest maintenance, sin bin of talent. Club capacity tips the scales at just above 450, and if that doesn’t impress you, then check out the three, 22 ft. dance poles on the main stage that are the tools of pole masters. Above those very poles you will find the second story VIP Room that contains gobs of private dance booth’s and tons of very elaborately decorated theme rooms. It also has its own mini main stage, and fire pole stage that is complemented by a see-through Plexiglas floor. A round hole in the floor adds for a great entrance to the main stage downstairs. And if that wasn’t enough, it also boast’s a spiral staircase that leads up three levels off the stage and ends up in the dressing room. Which we might add that is one of the largest of its kind.
Downstairs in the main room its a whole different ball game, down here is where the faster action is at. The floor bustles with a sea of patrons and luscious nude show babe’s. It is surrounded by split level velvet dance couches numbering two dozen or so. This is the greatest and most comfortable area in the club because, you have a great view of the main stage, and can still dance all of the primo young ladies, without missing a beat!