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7th Heaven

vman1970

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So i'm somewhat new to the Pocono Area ad seeking out funs on my weekends ad time here. I'll have reviews up shortly for Healty Ways in Blakeslee and OE in Wilkes Barre. But on my way to WB on 115 I noticed a gentleman's club called 7th Heaven and was wondering if anyone had any intel on it.
 

vman1970

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It’s open thur-Sat I think and was open when I was headed back around 7:30 last night. Love to know if anyone knows anything
 

kittyfan20

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I think I might have answered this question before on this site (maybe not - I can't always keep track....LOL), but here is some of the lowdown on this place:

This spot has been a GC for many years now. Even though, especially in the dark, it seems like it's in the middle of nowhere, I think it's actually fairly close to the racetrack and is not too far on 115 off of the Blakeslee exit of I-80.

Years ago it was known as Planet Pocono, and then sometime in the late aughts/early teens it became part of the Tattletales family of clubs (along with the old Carousel in Nanticoke and the Fox in Bath). Only within the last year or so, I think, it became 7th Heaven (NOT to be confused with the now-defunct club of the same name in Conshohocken, AKA the Conshy Ballet).

I was here once during its Tattletales incarnation, and, despite the glossy, enticing ads you would see in Xtreme magazine sometimes, it, IMO, was a snoozefest. Hardly anyone there, not many dancers, and no fun to speak of.

Since it became 7th Heaven, I have looked occasionally at the club's Facebook page and other social media. Initially, they were posting dancer schedules there and admittedly I was intrigued seeing the name 'Passion' on the list, since Passion, formerly of Leave It To Beavers (like 8 years ago) was one of my favorites at that club. Over the last several weeks, though, no dancer schedules or pics posted. Instead, just stock photos and (again IMO) pretentiously-worded sales pitches to come in and see their girls. In my experience of 25+ years with these places, that combination spells two things: unattractive dancers and zero extra fun of any kind.

Still, if I'm in the area during the 20 hours a week that they're open, I might check it out, but I don't see anything yet that makes me want to rush to do it.
 

Ellocohombre

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In the past it has been nothing to speak of. Want a rocking good time hit Pleasure Dome in White Haven. If you are already on 115 turn in Bear Creek and come in the back way. Friday and Saturday night after 10pm it gets wild. I have been there with 40+ girls working.
 

vman1970

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In the past it has been nothing to speak of. Want a rocking good time hit Pleasure Dome in White Haven. If you are already on 115 turn in Bear Creek and come in the back way. Friday and Saturday night after 10pm it gets wild. I have been there with 40+ girls working.
Extras to be had?
 

Ellocohombre

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Yea you are talking hour 15 minutes. If you are familiar with the old Super Dads from 15-20 years ago it is the same owner. And we all know that the original Super Dad's was a good time even when it was the dive bar before the big remodel.
 
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