It's okay, but I didn't really have a great time there. I went on a Sunday night with two friends. The cover was fifteen dollars, but one of my buddies negotiated it down to ten-a-piece. The first thing that happened was a dancer took me to the bar to buy her a drink. A shot of whiskey costs nine dollars. I bought one for her and one for myself, so that was eighteen right off the bat. Lap dances were $20, which seemed reasonable. The atmosphere was comfortable and clean. The music was great (White/Rob Zombie, Pantera, etc.). The dancing on stage was pretty good. The lap dances looked like they were decent. (I didn't partake.) Most of the dancers were a real pain in the a$$... kind of bitchy and always on your case to spend money. They seemed to like to grab people's asses a lot... customers', waitresses', each other's, etc.... which I didn't care for. The waitresses, in my opinion, were way hotter than the dancers, and they were checking me out. They were a lot nicer, too. The clients seemed pretty low-key and down-to-earth. It's wasn't a rowdy place, although I've seen like twenty police cars there before. Maybe that day it was a department function.
I have also been to the "Men's Club of Reno" on Lake Street, which I liked better. The atmosphere was a bit more relaxed, and chicks weren't down your throat all the time for business. The dancers were considerably better-looking there, too. At the Orchid, the clientele was made up largely of r3dnecks and fat people, but at the one on Lake Street, there were some really, really nice looking chicks in the audience, or whatever you want to call it. Security was a lot more strict at "Men's Club of Reno," so be on your best behavior.
Pros: Big name, hot & friendly waitresses, great music and dancing
Cons: Dancers are bitchy and greedy, drinks are stratospherically priced