Don't be fooled by the tiny parking lot in front of the building - there's a much larger, more discreet lot in back. Once inside, a slightly odd entryway opens up into a big open space with many tables and a wooden bar. The interior is fairly dark, lit predominately with black lights and candles. Flashy lights illuminate the main stage, which seats 11 at the rail. There are also two smaller stages with poles. The private dance area is concealed by a beaded curtain and is located next to the bouncer who checks IDs at the door.
Two or three dancers perform during the day, and six perform at night. The bouncer doubles as a DJ during the day shift. Music ranges from hip hop to rock, depending on the performers' preference.