Nov. 1, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- The strippers at
Rick's Cabaret/New York City
returned to work on
, demonstrating that even Super Storm Sandy couldn't keep them from taking off their clothes for long. The leading
gentlemen's club, a part of publicly traded
Rick's Cabaret International, Inc
. (NASDAQ:RICK), reopened on Wednesday with a spooky but festive
"Everyone was in a great mood, with a sort of survivor's atmosphere in the air," said
, general manager of the West 33
Street club. "There's nothing like a beautiful and nearly naked woman to cheer you up after a harrowing event like Sandy, and the club was packed. Businessmen returned to the neighborhood on Wednesday and we look forward to greeting basketball fans on Friday night when
Madison Square Garden
reopens up the street," he added.
Mr. Sistrunk said cover charges at the door would be waived all this week and happy hours would be extended from
noon until 10 p.m.
with discounted drinks at the upscale three-story club across from the Empire State Building.
Rick's Cabaret/NYC has been called the "best strip club in
New York City
" by Playboy.com. It features a roof-top smoking deck and its Zagat-rated steak house is open until
About Rick's Cabaret:
Rick's Cabaret International, Inc. (NASDAQ: RICK) is home to adult entertainment venues serving primarily businessmen and professionals that offer live entertainment, dining and bar operations. It operates 35 nightclubs in
New York City
and other cities as "Rick's Cabaret," "XTC," "Club Onyx" and "Tootsie's Cabaret" and other brand names. Rick's Cabaret also owns a media division that operates ED Publications and a network of online sites. Rick's Cabaret common stock is traded on NASDAQ under the symbol RICK. For further information contact
, or visit
SOURCE Rick's Cabaret International, Inc.