Warsaw striptease clubs are a sensitive and controversial topic. Most of my acquaintances were scammed in a club at one point or another, or at least “know a guy” who has been. Including myself, for that matter. It sometimes feels like their popping ruffies in your drinks like tic-tacs. And then you wake up at home or on a sidewalk with an empty wallet, credit card alerts, and no dignity. Insider tip: the best way to not get scammed in a strip club in Warsaw is…not having any money! Clubs like Sogo (http://sogoclub.pl/) at Aleje Jerozolimskie 6 street, Sofia (https://www.klubsofia.pl/) at Polna 13 street and most other strip bars in those areas are rumoured to be a scam central. And especially if you’re a decently looking foreigner with a fat wallet you are in a vulnerable situation when exploring the local strip clubs scene.
If you really want to visit a striptease club in Warsaw I would recommend New Orleans (http://neworleans.pl/no/) located at Zgoda 11 street. It’s pretty high end with three floors and a restaurant. New Orleans is a safe bet for a fun night-out with your friends, and also very couple-friendly. Another venue with an excellent reputation at the moment is Playhouse (http://playhouse.pl/) on Solidarności 82A. This three-store club was voted the no 1-strip club in the world according to the renowned online magazine, AskMen.com. Its sexy dancers and the super friendly staff are considered to be Playhouse’s greatest assets: https://uk.askmen.com/top_10/travel/top-10-strip-clubs_1.html. But despite the great track records of some clubs, remember they are the minority. You definitely should not miss out on a night-bar crawling around Nowy Świat street. Or alternatively: check out the clubs on Mazowiecka. You’ll most likely pick a girl up for the night: one who won’t completely ruin you and your bank account.