New Oasis Cabaret Comments

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1300 West 62nd Avenue

Denver, Colorado 80221

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Tarzan Q. Bonaparte  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 16 September, 2008
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Informed sources tell me the Stepchild of the Arts is returning to the seat of Adams County. Back in the salad days, when I had business before District Court, it was a great relief to sit back with a cool one and enjoy the action on the longest runway west of Baltimore! Once again Brighton has a refuge for young ladies who have tired of their clothes.

Me  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 24 September, 2007
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This club has looked closed for months.

Stacia  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 15 August, 2007
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Jasmine hey what's up? Tried to call Westerns' phone# and it's disconnected anyone know if it's still open?

jasmine  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 4 August, 2007
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I used to work here and miss it very much! just sayen hi to jenny and the crew, I might just start working again hope to see you soon!

rrbill  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 12 December, 2006
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Yes, Jenny, "The Duchess", who once trod the boards and did the bumps and grinds with style when the whole world was young, still owns (or at least runs) the place with the last runway west of the Mississippi. Worth stopping by just to pick up the nostalgia even when the girls aren't dancing.

Current employee  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 30 April, 2006
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Dancer-yes I believe you could make $200 a night here. I have been dancing here for a while and although there are good and bad nights over-all denver, this club is different. Most of the money made here is all stage money. Any other questions just ask!

Dancer  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 5 April, 2006
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Since I hate giving laps I'd lke to check this club out. What kinda money is here? Can a girl make $200 just on stage? Thanx!

dude65  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 3 March, 2006
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I like the western bar. it's close and has a good group of nice women. They DO NOT HAVE STD's. You need to stop by and just have fun. Just have a good time, and it's just like any of the big clubs down town.

Eva  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 1 September, 2005
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Yes Jenny still owns the bar. I just got fired from there. Not sure why, I think for not turning in my singles quick enough or something. So now they're down to five girls employed there - total. Last Saturday there were two girls, and one only stayed about three hours. The place is fun. The problem I see with being a customer is that you do alot of sitting there with never getting a girl to come by, ever. I would always try to stop by everyone that tipped and say thank you, hang out, and what not. No one really seems to do that, though. They just sit with the people they know, or other employees. I would see countless customers just get up and leave, looking bored out of their mind. So buyer beware.

blast from the past  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 26 August, 2005
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dose jenny still own this bar?

Eva  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 21 March, 2005
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this place is alot different than any club i've been to. RRBill hit it right on the head. i currently dance here. and it's pretty cool. if one is looking for a lap dance, this is not the place. there are stage shows and cool, pretty girls to hang out with. not a brothel in disguise. to any girls interested in working here, come see it. it looks like a small neighborhood bar with a runway stage. all different types of people. i find it very interesting meeting everyone here. and everyone tips, too. any girls with secific questions let me know. the. no fees to pay, you get a paycheck (albeit small). and you could do pretty well for yourself here. just be personable and have fun. it's a clean place to be.

RRBILL  on New Oasis Cabaret

posted on 30 December, 2004
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So pleasant to walk into this club and step back in time. With the ancient runway and bar, you could think that you were on the block in Baltimore in the 1960s....when there was no corporate ownership and the Evil Empire was a thing of science fiction. A friendly place. Enjoy. Happy New Year.

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