Scandals, the gritty strip club located in the heart of Long Island City, is about to reopen at its former site by the Queensboro Bridge. The club shut its doors at Queen Plaza North about a year ago but plans are in the works for it to reopen soon at the same highly visible location. The club recently filed an application with Community Board 1 to renew its liquor license, which was approved without any issue on Tuesday.
A co-owner of a Queens strip club says his partner stiffed him on payments and failed to keep him abreast of finances, causing trouble for the jiggle joint, according to a new lawsuit. Kabe Park claims his business partner Anastasios Tsementzis launched an "illegal and oppressive campaign" that has stripped him of any involvement at Scandals in Long Island City, according to the lawsuit filed Dec. Employees were told Park is no longer involved with the club, creating a "hostile and oppressive business environment," the suit claims.
By Erin Calabrese. The house manager of a topless club was killed on a Queens street minutes after leaving work yesterday when she got caught in predawn crossfire as two brawling gangs suddenly pulled guns and began firing at each other, police said. She was with two female co-workers who crossed the street and planned to wait for a cab outside a Dunkin Donuts on Queens Plaza South where cabs typically pick up fares, said the boss, who only identified himself as John.
The club racked up 95 violations points and was closed after a health inspector claimed to have spotted flies and an unsanitary food preparation area. The strip club, located at Queen Plaza North, is viewed by many as a holdover from a seedier time in Long Island City. Filth flies include house flies, little house flies, blow flies, bottle flies and flesh flies. That place was a dump and is a dump and always will be.
Scandals, the gritty strip club located in the heart of Long Island City, reopened at its former site by the Queensboro Bridge Thursday night. The strip club is located across the street from the QLIC development, a story, unit rental tower. The area is mushrooming with new developments and is no longer the unkempt area of yesteryear.
T he year was The club was packed to the brim. There, she performed cabaret and lap dances in a communal room in the back which she remembers as safe, fun, and lucrative.
The club shut its doors at its Queen Plaza North location about 3 weeks ago, according to adjacent tenants and nearby residents. The well-known jiggle-joint had been at that location since Scandals stood out from other strip clubs since it was highly visible from the elevated 7-train platform as well as for Manhattan-bound motorists who were about to drive over the Queensboro bridge.
Scores is a strip club in ManhattanNew York Cityand was one of several gentlemen's clubs which changed the face of adult entertainment in that city during the early s and had gained wider notoriety and popularity mostly due to frequent mention by Howard Stern. Today Scores has changed ownership and total management of the night club company. On January 27,the Company entered into a licensing agreement with I.
September 1, pm Updated September 4, am. But he said that the city has not been enforcing the zoning code — until now. There are 20, give or take, clubs acting in New York — this law could get them down to between four and eight.