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Not to be confused with the nearby Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Art's Performing Center is a lowbrow strip club located at 144 E. Juneau Street, less than a block off of Water Street, the popular district for alcohol-based undergraduate entertainment.

Although starving college students tend to balk at the $5 cover, those who choose to enter these hallowed halls are usually treated to the gyrations of thirtysomething females ranking no higher than 5 on the classic one to ten scale. Their routines are backed by R&B grooves in the mold of T-Pain's “Stripper Song” and applauded by drooling and tipping patrons that can only be classified as regulars.

Despite the fact that lapdances are rare and refreshments are overpriced, a trip to Art's carries with it a certain type of nostalgia that can only be duplicated by a return visit, or perhaps attendance at an out-of-control Duke lacrosse party.

Nevertheless, after your dep-Art-ure, the Performing Center may fade from your mind, only to return after a long night of imbibing at Brother's, The Lodge, McGillycuddy's, The Corner, or any of the other classy establishments nearby.

Art's was also described in Maxim Magazine as a place where the girls look like they were hit in the face with bags of nickels.

Art's Performing Center – 144 E. Juneau Street – 414-271-8288

bars/art_s_performing_center.txt · Last modified: 2020/12/07 16:49 (external edit)