Floppy Rooster- Miami, FL

Discussion in 'Male Strip Clubs - FAQ' started by pdxleo, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. pdxleo

    pdxleo Master

    The Floppy Rooster
    7018 NW 72nd Av ( Palmetto Expressway at NW 74th St exit )
    Miami, FL 33166
    786-766-0778 Open Thu- Sun 9PM to 5AM

    At loose ends on a Thursday night in Miami, I ventured out to the deep dark western edge of Miami to see if The Floppy Rooster was worth the effort. With no reviews to speak of, I set my sights fairly low, but was VERY pleasantly surprised. Since I was at a hockey game in Sunrise, it took about 15 mins to get to the location, in the industrial section west of the airport. Probably 25/30 mins from Fort Lauderdale in the evening traffic, about the same from the Beach. Free parking. Cover $5 early, $10 later, drinks priced about average, good quality, not weak. On this Thursday night, a lone bartender with occasional backup handled a crowd of 40 to 90 people, a mixed group 3/4 guys, 1/4 gals. A mix of young and more seasoned spectators, this 50 year old tourist did not feel out of place.
    As this was an "anniversary celebration" weekend, there was a headliner "porn star" of which I had never heard, but he was the only performer who didn't get full nude that night- all the regular dancers dropped briefs, and almost all had a hardon at some time during their performance. Most of the guys were VERY well endowed and not shy to show it. A varied mix of sizes and body types- the typical Miami Cuban- Puerto Rican - Colombians were in force, some African-American, some dark Anglos, but one thing in common was each had a fine bubblebutt! Not a skinny behind in the bunch! The dancing quality varied from "shake da booty" to very difficult acrobatics on the pole, no disappointments from any of the guys.
    Club layout is cozy, a large stage in the center of the smallish room, VIP niches on one side, some chairs and table scattered on the sides but the bar is quite close to the front of the stage, so getting a drink can be a challenge if every one is in front watching. I stayed to the left of the bar and had no issues viewing the action. Buying a wristband gets you access to the $20 per song lapdance area (separate from the main room but not private,) and $120 gets a private room for 15 mins. The dancers seemed very willing to go private, and more than one charmed the ducats out of my sweaty hands. A brass pole at each end of the stage allows two guys to work at the same time, some of the guys did solos.
    I wholeheartedly recommend the Rooster, especially if you cannot or will not make the trip up to Pompano for the new Richard's location.
  2. joselowe

    joselowe Knight

    Is this place overall better than SR?
  3. pdxleo

    pdxleo Master

    Kinda different vibe- both are worth the visit, Floppy feels more upscale to me, while Richard's has guys who move back and forth between Miami and Atlanta, so there's always at least one regular I know from ATL - old home week, as it were. My next trip east at the end of next month, I've set aside an evening for each, and one night to split between Boardwalk and leBoi.
  4. joselowe

    joselowe Knight

  5. DickyF

    DickyF Lord

    I'm glad you had a great time at FR. I was there in Nov on a Thursday night and could not stand how obnoxious the dancers were. I had to threaten one of them with contacting management because he would not leave me alone. It was probably the worst scenario at many of these clubs: there were more dancers than customers and I was by myself. I'll try FR again though maybe when I know it's busy. I do prefer SR however. Just like their dancers better and they are not so pushy.
  6. bigvalboy

    bigvalboy Regent

    Ditto for me...not a fan of the FR either. SR is better, but I prefer to stay closer to the 'casa'...The Boardwalk and LeBoy are fine for now.
  7. pdxleo

    pdxleo Master

    Know what you mean about being solo on a slow night- on a recent trip I was one of just four customers at Richard's Pompano, seriously there were five dancers and four customers! I know the guys are working hard, but I can't support the whole tribe, yet ya don't want to be rude- never know what the end of the night will bring. Honestly, as long as the guys are nekkid, I've never had a bad time in a strip club, but I usually give out a friendly respectful vibe that goes a long way to having fun.
  8. Kr8zy

    Kr8zy Apprentice

    Stopped by the Floppy Rooster the other night while I was down in Miami. I haven't been to Swinging Richards or the other Florida joints, so I can't really compare them.

    It was a Friday night, so they had plenty of dancers. A good 10+ anyways. They start real late - I got there about quarter past 10 and the bar was open but there was nobody there, and no dancers, either. A few started flowing in soon after and they had pone or two by 10:30 on stage, but they really didn't start going until 11. Place started to get busy, although I noticed there were a large number of women who came in, albeit most with at least one pair of guys. The strippers did seem to spend a lot of time focusing on the women there, too. Of course one was walking around with her breasts completely uncovered, so I guess that would be expected. Music was, as normal, a bit too loud, the lighting dark. But the real problem though was the smoke. The dancers were naked during parts of their stage show, but you had to be up close to see anything anyways. And it smelled.

    Dancers do three songs on stage. Really varied, too - a few never got around to even exposing their cocks, while others pretty much got up on stage and immediately pulled off their pants and spend the three songs completely naked. Actually, most of them wore pants instead of underwear, which seemed a little weird. Anyways, the dancers were more muscular/hunkier than other places I have been too, although all (at least that I saw) shaved their pubes. Most were of some varying degree Hispanic or Brazilian, most spoke English well enough, though there were a few who did not at all. It definitely helps here to speak Spanish.

    I did two Private Booth visits. Expensive place - $140 for 15 minutes, plus you are expected to tip both the dancer AND the booth attendant. The dancers do tend to stretch the time out a little, if mostly to try and entice you to drop more money. I forget their names - the first was a bit of a tease and kind of pushy. You get to touch and feel, but any more activity will cost you - like at least $100 more. The second guy - wish I remember his name, was a bit of a nymphomanic - he had his shorts down by the time the drape was pulled all the way across. I didn't spend more than the $140, but for just the regular grinding and thrusting it was a pretty good performance.

    So overall it was pretty good but a bit too expensive. And started way to late. But that seems to be a Miami thing.
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  9. Tim_1980

    Tim_1980 Newbie

    No joke - I got scabies here. I had a private dance from a really hot dancer but he gave me scabies.
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  10. Cooper

    Cooper Administrator

    @Tim_1980, Sorry to hear about this. Are you better now? Has anyone else experienced this?

    Scabies is not an infection, but an infestation. Tiny mites called Sarcoptes scabiei set up shop in the outer layers of human skin. The skin does not take kindly to the invasion. As the mites burrow and lay eggs inside the skin, the infestation leads to relentless itching and an angry rash.
  11. nycman

    nycman Count

    Honestly, it's VERY hard to pin-point from whom you have contracted scabies.

    Unless you've lived in a hermetically sealed house, and not slept in any hotels beds
    and not touched another human, and not worn any item of clothing belonging to
    someone else, and not had anyone else in your bed....for the last 2 months....

    If ALL that is true...then maybe...just maybe.....he gave you scabies.

    If you've never had scabies before...it usually takes 2-6 weeks for symptoms to develop.

    Scabies Info

    People often blame their most recent exposure in the week prior....without thinking
    about any "potential" exposures that they've had in the last 2 months...which are
    often the more likely source.

    Not saying he did or didn't....just saying it's often hard to determine exactly.
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