I've been about 5 times, my first time was about 1 1/2 yrs ago. Then it was great, cute friendly bartenders, wait staff, dancers, parking attendent. Everyone expected the high prices.
I've been for pride, and a few days ago. They now lowered some prices, but it seems to have affected customer service. The DJ only yells about people not tipping. He even called me out for NOT tipping over the mic, when I was there only 30 minutes and had tipped a dancer $5 already. That ruined my rest of the time there.
Some of the dancers are cute, nice and nervous, wanting to go a good job. Some are cold and money hungry, yelling about no tips, and some who get tips act like machines in front of gay men waiting to go home to women.
I don't even know if the person clearing our tables was a waiter or busser, but he was pretty cold, glaring asking if we were doing ok. The lady at the front is always polite and professional.
Overall, currently the vibe is just strange. The audience, I do notice, does not tip enough (the ones who do tip, tip enough, but too many don't tip at all). But I don't know if it's because of scrooges in the audience or lack of understanding how the club operates. The DJ actually yelled "If you're not tipping, go the f@!$ home." The dancers do even appreciate a dollar, and the lap dances are cheap for what they do (starting at $10).
I would recommend going, and even though I don't always have a good experience, there are some sweet, nice dancers and people there to have a good time. Don't expect a great performance or costumes or anything. Few dancers even know how to "dance", they just stand there and "swing" what they can.
Find your favorite dancer and tip as much as you feel it appropriate, and spread some $1 bills around to some of the guys there.
And straight girls, go to have fun and stop making a big deal about what dancers are gay or straight. If it's annonying to me, I'm sure it's annoying to the dancers.
Pros: lap dancers are well worth the money
Cons: vibe is uncomfortably about the money