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  1. #4490
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDickie  [View Original Post]
    What happened was that I was driving home from school around 4 pm. I was attending UH Manoa and lived on the Windward side. Traffic was horrendous and I decided to stop in for happy hour and let traffic die down.
    Funny. I used had a similar commuter situation when I went to UH. I'd hang out at Femme Nu. I had an English lit lecturer that kept on mysteriously not showing up to teach his class. It got so bad, we were wondering if the clas was going to be cancelled and we'd all get an A (it was one of those college rumors people swore was true). I'm at Femme Nu one afternoon and there he was. Saw him a few times there, always with the same girl. So that explained that.

    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDickie  [View Original Post]
    I remember I still had a Club Mignon t-shirt that I wore in the early 2000's! Was funny running into an oldtimer in the street or in a store or something and having him point to my shirt and give a thumbs up, 20 years after the place closed. I still frequented the place when it became Club Rose.
    I remember those Femme Nu shirts used to be everywhere, the ones that ripped off Patrick Nagel (take a look at the cover art for Duran Duran's Rio album cover and you'll see what I mean). It occurred to me to buy one a few years ago for shits and giggles, and the bartender (a friend of a friend) laughed and said they'd sold the last one a long time ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDickie  [View Original Post]
    I bet you didn't know that Rockza was originally opened as "Butterfly II". As I mentioned earlier, Yvonne's original club was Butterfly Lounge on Keeamoku, so when she opened her new place it was Butterfly II. That was around 1988. I don't recall when it became Rockza (maybe 1989 or 90). The Butterfly II name didn't last long.
    Interesting. You know how there's that walking tour of what was Chinatown's red light district? I have a feeling that one day I'll be this old man giving walking tours of Kapiolani Blvd's strip clubs, after everything in that corridor's become multimillion dollar condos nobody lives in.

  2. #4489

    Yep

    Quote Originally Posted by Thumperforq  [View Original Post]
    More history / facts. Club Mignon was Yunhi's before she opened Femme Nu.
    Yuni went from Mignon to a Femme Nu, and Yvonne went from Butterfly Lounge to Butterfly II / Rockza. They have both been running strip clubs for well over 30 years.

  3. #4488
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDickie  [View Original Post]
    Well, when you said you remember seeing Dirty Dans when you were doing grade school field trips to Sand Island, I certainly didn't expect you to know About Club Mignon. LOL. Anyway Club Mignon was a great place in the early 80's. I remember one time actually spending 10 hours in that club! I had never done that in any strip club before or since! What happened was that I was driving home from school around 4 pm. I was attending UH Manoa and lived on the Windward side. Traffic was horrendous and I decided to stop in for happy hour and let traffic die down. It's not the first time I hit a strip club in the afternoon to avoid traffic but usually I would stop in for an hour or 2 max. Just happened this day they were having an anniversary celebration, so they had every single girl working. A team night shift girls, B team afternoon shift girls, and anything in between. Even at 4 in the afternoon, it was packed with talent. On top of that they had cheap beer, drink specials and all kinds of contests going on through the night. I stayed from 4 in the afternoon until closing at 2 am, had a blast, didn't spend much money (I was a broke college student anyway) and went home with some prizes from contests including several t-shirts and hats. I remember I still had a Club Mignon t-shirt that I wore in the early 2000's! Was funny running into an oldtimer in the street or in a store or something and having him point to my shirt and give a thumbs up, 20 years after the place closed. I still frequented the place when it became Club Rose.

    I bet you didn't know that Rockza was originally opened as "Butterfly II". As I mentioned earlier, Yvonne's original club was Butterfly Lounge on Keeamoku, so when she opened her new place it was Butterfly II. That was around 1988. I don't recall when it became Rockza (maybe 1989 or 90). The Butterfly II name didn't last long.

    I vaguely remember the fire at Rockza but I think it happened when I was living on the Big Island.
    More history / facts. Club Mignon was Yunhi's before she opened Femme Nu.

  4. #4487

    Whered they go

    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    Huh. I didn't know there was a club at the location 939 is at before it was Rose. That's definitely before my time.

    Anyone remember that fire at Rock-Za back in the mid-'90's? I always suspected it was some kind of scam to get the place remodeled. I remember they moved Rock-za temporarily to one of dive bars behind what was Aaxtion Video and The Wild Horse, next to Akasaka sushi.

    Anyway, one more story: I used to work at a place in Kakaako back in the mid-'90's, where they enforced parking 24/7. Exotic Nights was right around the corner. One of the things that kept me from going to Exotics was just how bad parking was at night (and I'm not really into anything but white girls). I got to say, that parking lot afforded me the opportunity to finally check out the place, and holy shit was that place popping and nasty. Would have been heaven if I were into local Filipino chicks.
    Whatever happened to all those pinays? Easy play there.

  5. #4486
    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    Huh. I didn't know there was a club at the location 939 is at before it was Rose. That's definitely before my time.

    Anyone remember that fire at Rock-Za back in the mid-'90's? I always suspected it was some kind of scam to get the place remodeled. I remember they moved Rock-za temporarily to one of dive bars behind what was Aaxtion Video and The Wild Horse, next to Akasaka sushi.

    Anyway, one more story: I used to work at a place in Kakaako back in the mid-'90's, where they enforced parking 24/7. Exotic Nights was right around the corner. One of the things that kept me from going to Exotics was just how bad parking was at night (and I'm not really into anything but white girls). I got to say, that parking lot afforded me the opportunity to finally check out the place, and holy shit was that place popping and nasty. Would have been heaven if I were into local Filipino chicks.
    Well, when you said you remember seeing Dirty Dans when you were doing grade school field trips to Sand Island, I certainly didn't expect you to know About Club Mignon. LOL. Anyway Club Mignon was a great place in the early 80's. I remember one time actually spending 10 hours in that club! I had never done that in any strip club before or since! What happened was that I was driving home from school around 4 pm. I was attending UH Manoa and lived on the Windward side. Traffic was horrendous and I decided to stop in for happy hour and let traffic die down. It's not the first time I hit a strip club in the afternoon to avoid traffic but usually I would stop in for an hour or 2 max. Just happened this day they were having an anniversary celebration, so they had every single girl working. A team night shift girls, B team afternoon shift girls, and anything in between. Even at 4 in the afternoon, it was packed with talent. On top of that they had cheap beer, drink specials and all kinds of contests going on through the night. I stayed from 4 in the afternoon until closing at 2 am, had a blast, didn't spend much money (I was a broke college student anyway) and went home with some prizes from contests including several t-shirts and hats. I remember I still had a Club Mignon t-shirt that I wore in the early 2000's! Was funny running into an oldtimer in the street or in a store or something and having him point to my shirt and give a thumbs up, 20 years after the place closed. I still frequented the place when it became Club Rose.

    I bet you didn't know that Rockza was originally opened as "Butterfly II". As I mentioned earlier, Yvonne's original club was Butterfly Lounge on Keeamoku, so when she opened her new place it was Butterfly II. That was around 1988. I don't recall when it became Rockza (maybe 1989 or 90). The Butterfly II name didn't last long.

    I vaguely remember the fire at Rockza but I think it happened when I was living on the Big Island.

  6. #4485
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDickie  [View Original Post]
    Dirty Dan's / Dancers was on the left side of Sand Island Access Road when driving towards Sand Island, across the street from Kilgo's.

    The busy club on Keeamoku you are thinking of was probably Butterfly Lounge. That was one of my faves in the mid 80's, along with Club Mignon, a few steps up the street. Butterfly was Yvonne's (Rockza) original club. It was where Stargazer was, (before Stargazer). Club Mignon became Club Rose and then 939.
    Thanks much for the clarification, LD. Memories!!

    BTW, speaking of Kilgo's, I used to go there a lot--a place where I could find things that nobody else had.

  7. #4484
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDickie  [View Original Post]
    The busy club on Keeamoku you are thinking of was probably Butterfly Lounge. That was one of my faves in the mid 80's, along with Club Mignon, a few steps up the street. Butterfly was Yvonne's (Rockza) original club. It was where Stargazer was, (before Stargazer). Club Mignon became Club Rose and then 939.
    Huh. I didn't know there was a club at the location 939 is at before it was Rose. That's definitely before my time.

    Anyone remember that fire at Rock-Za back in the mid-'90's? I always suspected it was some kind of scam to get the place remodeled. I remember they moved Rock-za temporarily to one of dive bars behind what was Aaxtion Video and The Wild Horse, next to Akasaka sushi.

    Anyway, one more story: I used to work at a place in Kakaako back in the mid-'90's, where they enforced parking 24/7. Exotic Nights was right around the corner. One of the things that kept me from going to Exotics was just how bad parking was at night (and I'm not really into anything but white girls). I got to say, that parking lot afforded me the opportunity to finally check out the place, and holy shit was that place popping and nasty. Would have been heaven if I were into local Filipino chicks.

  8. #4483

    Tag line

    "100's of beautiful girls and 3 ugly ones" is actually a registered trademark of DejaVu Showgirls. (Registered back in 1991). However, I was incorrect in thinking DejaVu was another MJP club. DejaVu is owned by someone else who owned a nationwide chain of clubs. I know I remember seeing the sign in Waikiki, but I thought it went as far back as Pure Platinum. It may have only been there after that place changed to DejaVu. I also remember seeing it at clubs on the mainland, so I knew it was a chain thing not an individual club thing. Since the topic came up here, it brought back memories and I googled it. Interesting what you can find on google. LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by LittleDickie  [View Original Post]
    I don't remember Classic Cat using that line in their ads. I thought it was a Michael J Peter's line, used at all his clubs around the country. I think it was "100's of beautiful women, and 3 ugly ones. " He owned TheeDollhouse, Pure Platinum, and others. He opened a Pure Platinum in Waikiki on Kuhio, around 1988. It later became Totally Titanium and then Deja Vu Showgirls before closing in mid 2000's. Other places may have used similar ad lines (and perhaps Classic Cat did) but I recall it from the MJP clubs (including the one in Hawaii), and I'm pretty sure it's trademarked.

  9. #4482

    Dancers / Dirty Dan's

    Quote Originally Posted by Blake123  [View Original Post]
    In all honestly, I can't remember Classic Cat's advertisement. So long ago--early 1990's. But, I do remember there were some good-looking girls there. Me and my friends would sit next to the shower and slap one-dollar bills on the girls' wet asses.

    About Dancers. Wasn't that the place that was on the right-hand side of Sand Island Access Road when going toward Sand Island--in the early 1990's? Never went there, but it does ring a bell. During that timeframe, my primary hangouts were Club Rose, Saigon Passion II and another very busy strip club also on Keeaumoku. That name of that place escapes me.
    Dirty Dan's / Dancers was on the left side of Sand Island Access Road when driving towards Sand Island, across the street from Kilgo's.

    The busy club on Keeamoku you are thinking of was probably Butterfly Lounge. That was one of my faves in the mid 80's, along with Club Mignon, a few steps up the street. Butterfly was Yvonne's (Rockza) original club. It was where Stargazer was, (before Stargazer). Club Mignon became Club Rose and then 939.

  10. #4481

    Dirty Dan's

    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    I also remember Dirty Dan's Topless bar on Sand Island. It used to be get at of looks when I was in grade school and we passed by it on field trips. Turned into Dancers in the '90's and I remember they'd advertise on Radio Free Hawaii. I also remember it was a dive.

    Ah, the memories.
    Dirty Dans was actually a pretty cool club.

    It was still ok when it first changed to Dancers. In later years Dancers was definitely a dive, but in the early years Dirty Dan's was actually a pretty nice place. It was really big inside, and clean. The stage had a long runway attached. There were some hot girls dancing there. Because of the area, the clientele was mostly bikers, but of all the times I went there, I don't recall any crazy fights or anything. Good shows, friendly hot dancers, reasonably priced drinks.

  11. #4480

    3 ugly ones

    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    That was the bar that advertised something like, "35 beautiful girl and 3 ugly ones!" right?

    I wonder if the ugly girls knew who they were, or if the owner just kind of shrugged his shoulders if a girl asked if they were one of the pretty ones or one of the ugly ones. (That would be a mindfuck.).

    I also remember Dirty Dan's Topless bar on Sand Island. It used to be get at of looks when I was in grade school and we passed by it on field trips. Turned into Dancers in the '90's and I remember they'd advertise on Radio Free Hawaii. I also remember it was a dive.

    Ah, the memories.
    I don't remember Classic Cat using that line in their ads. I thought it was a Michael J Peter's line, used at all his clubs around the country. I think it was "100's of beautiful women, and 3 ugly ones. " He owned TheeDollhouse, Pure Platinum, and others. He opened a Pure Platinum in Waikiki on Kuhio, around 1988. It later became Totally Titanium and then Deja Vu Showgirls before closing in mid 2000's. Other places may have used similar ad lines (and perhaps Classic Cat did) but I recall it from the MJP clubs (including the one in Hawaii), and I'm pretty sure it's trademarked.

  12. #4479

    Memories

    Quote Originally Posted by Blake123  [View Original Post]
    In all honestly, I can't remember Classic Cat's advertisement. So long ago--early 1990's. But, I do remember there were some good-looking girls there. Me and my friends would sit next to the shower and slap one-dollar bills on the girls' wet asses.

    About Dancers. Wasn't that the place that was on the right-hand side of Sand Island Access Road when going toward Sand Island--in the early 1990's? Never went there, but it does ring a bell. During that timeframe, my primary hangouts were Club Rose, Saigon Passion II and another very busy strip club also on Keeaumoku. That name of that place escapes me.
    Oh boy old Dancers! I loved that place. It was on the left side of Sand Island Access Road when going toward Sand Island. The girls weren't the greatest but they were real friendly. If you know what I mean. HAHAHA!! I can't remember her name, but there was an older Asian lady that stripped there and I got a few lap dances with her that turned into her riding the pony.

  13. #4478
    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    Lucky. I never went there. I don't remember if it was because it closed by the time I was old enough to get in, or I just never got around to it. I did go to an AMP, Aloha Avenue, that was on the second floor if the building the club was in, or at least I think it was the building the club was in.

    I want to say it was on the left? But I'm not sure. I think there was a venue close to Dancers that Golden Voice used to rent as a venue for all-ages shows back in the day when GV had a presence here (I remember Bad Religion and NOFX would play at that venue.).

    I was more of a Femme Nu, Rock-Za and Wild Horse (especially when they had a good feature) kinda guy myself. Also frequented Rose. Loved Club Rose. I think it was the most chill of any of the clubs. I can't remeber any girl there ever hustling a drink. If they wanted to talk to you, they just sat down and hung out.

    Also knew a bouncer at Rose who I went to high school with. Funny thing is that after Rose closed for the night, the staff would hit Pure Platinum in Waikiki because it closed at 4. Pure Platinum was supposed to be only over-21 and the cover was steep because tourists. They'd just wave us in because it was all staff from another bar and they never checked their IDs and they assumed I was with them. It was great for an 18 year old.
    Classic cat was where the Pussies purr. LOL. That was their ad slogan.

  14. #4477
    Quote Originally Posted by Blake123  [View Original Post]
    In all honestly, I can't remember Classic Cat's advertisement. So long ago--early 1990's. But, I do remember there were some good-looking girls there. Me and my friends would sit next to the shower and slap one-dollar bills on the girls' wet asses.
    Lucky. I never went there. I don't remember if it was because it closed by the time I was old enough to get in, or I just never got around to it. I did go to an AMP, Aloha Avenue, that was on the second floor if the building the club was in, or at least I think it was the building the club was in.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blake123  [View Original Post]
    About Dancers. Wasn't that the place that was on the right-hand side of Sand Island Access Road when going toward Sand Island--in the early 1990's? Never went there, but it does ring a bell. During that timeframe, my primary hangouts were Club Rose, Saigon Passion II and another very busy strip club also on Keeaumoku. That name of that place escapes me.
    I want to say it was on the left? But I'm not sure. I think there was a venue close to Dancers that Golden Voice used to rent as a venue for all-ages shows back in the day when GV had a presence here (I remember Bad Religion and NOFX would play at that venue.).

    I was more of a Femme Nu, Rock-Za and Wild Horse (especially when they had a good feature) kinda guy myself. Also frequented Rose. Loved Club Rose. I think it was the most chill of any of the clubs. I can't remeber any girl there ever hustling a drink. If they wanted to talk to you, they just sat down and hung out.

    Also knew a bouncer at Rose who I went to high school with. Funny thing is that after Rose closed for the night, the staff would hit Pure Platinum in Waikiki because it closed at 4. Pure Platinum was supposed to be only over-21 and the cover was steep because tourists. They'd just wave us in because it was all staff from another bar and they never checked their IDs and they assumed I was with them. It was great for an 18 year old.

  15. #4476

    Classic Cat

    Quote Originally Posted by DangerBoy  [View Original Post]
    That was the bar that advertised something like, "35 beautiful girl and 3 ugly ones!" right?

    I wonder if the ugly girls knew who they were, or if the owner just kind of shrugged his shoulders if a girl asked if they were one of the pretty ones or one of the ugly ones. (That would be a mindfuck.).

    I also remember Dirty Dan's Topless bar on Sand Island. It used to be get at of looks when I was in grade school and we passed by it on field trips. Turned into Dancers in the '90's and I remember they'd advertise on Radio Free Hawaii. I also remember it was a dive.

    Ah, the memories.
    In all honestly, I can't remember Classic Cat's advertisement. So long ago--early 1990's. But, I do remember there were some good-looking girls there. Me and my friends would sit next to the shower and slap one-dollar bills on the girls' wet asses.

    About Dancers. Wasn't that the place that was on the right-hand side of Sand Island Access Road when going toward Sand Island--in the early 1990's? Never went there, but it does ring a bell. During that timeframe, my primary hangouts were Club Rose, Saigon Passion II and another very busy strip club also on Keeaumoku. That name of that place escapes me.

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