Deja Vu Of Nashville

(615) 248-1911

1214 Demonbreun St, Nashville, TN | Directions   37203

36.154300 -86.787560

 
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More Categories: Strip Clubs

Bar & Club Special Features: Alcohol-Free

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Deja Vu Of Nashville

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Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Nice Club – I've been to several strip clubs across the country, so this isn't info from a newbie. First, to those complaining about bringing their own drinks--Grow Up!! Do you know how many places are alcohol free and ban outside drinks? I'd rather bring my own any day than pay $5 for a $1 beer.

Not too crowded, though the seats were--a weird movie theater-like set-up. Good sound system, excellent service, and everyone is extremely nice.

I didn't see any 3 foot rule being enacted, so maybe they changed that. There were some bigger girls, but overall these girls had some of the best asses I've seen. No touching, high cover charge ($16 guys, $10 girls).

I've been to some great joints that sell drinks, allow touching and licking--and to some joints that have rude waitresses, ear piercing audio, and chicks who can't take their clothes off. Overall, this ranks as one of the best. Room for improvement could be a different set-up with more than one stage, it would encourage more ppl to tip. More tips = more girls = higher quality strippers. As it is, people have to walk a ways and would probably rather sit where they are.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Go late; bring money – This was my second venture to a strip club. The first was in November 2006 to a club in Cornersville, also titled Deja Vu. The $6 cover charge at Nashville's Deja Vu impressed me. The $10 minimum drink fee did not. Out of the three of us girls that went, I think only one of us paid for that part and it wasn't me. I did have to pull money from the ATM though. WITH A TEN DOLLAR SERVICE FEE!

The atmosphere is pretty comfortable and easy-going. Except when the girls, who will be chatting with you cordially, pressure you into private dances. The service is crappy though from the other workers. You couldn't understand the DJ, the "bouncer" (actually he was just some big guy that sat around) didn't pay attention to anything, and the other girl, who served drinks, was kind of passive. She did give us refills though. Awesome.

There is a three foot rule though for being close to the dance stage. No chairs like at the Cornersville Deja Vu. You just get to step over it if you want to give them a few dollars. Which they do work for...but they save their moves for later. Which is what Serenity, the fine young lady who greeted us when we walked in, revealed about the dancers. We left at 8ish so I'm guessing the best was yet to come.

My advice is this: if you go, bring cash (no damn service fee that way!), but don't necessarily bring ones. Just buy a private dance (which varied in price throughout the night from $15 to $25). And if you're a drinker, bring your own alcohol. They don't serve it, but allow you to bring your own. Also, go late and stay a couple hours. That's when it gets good apparently.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

3 foot rule, don't waste your money! – Just wonderin' casinos were located on water areas to avoid laws enacted by big brother to "protect the public" from alleged unlawful activity associated with gambling activity. With the Cumberland River passing through Nashville why couldn't those interested in owning - running "adult entertainment establishments" locate them on the water and get out from under Metro Codes and those at the local and state government level who wish to get into our bedrooms, motel rooms and other areas where they have no business!!!! While it is a "given", illegal ACTIVITIES are against the law, when consenting adults express their first amendment rights in a private setting outside of public view, it is not the business of the government, local, state or other!@!!! Hopefully an attorney who represented one of the now defunct establishments, like METRO NEWS THE WORLD'S LARGEST ADULT BOOKSTORE, put out of business since the 2002 crackdown will post a reply.

Recommends
over a year ago

Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors – Strip club chain on Demonbreun offers full-nude dancing. For an extra fee, patrons receive a couch and table dances.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

love the ladies!!!! – Having been to every "club" in Nashville.... I would recommend this club way over any other. Not only are the girls sweet and attractive, but are NEVER pushy. Have made life long friends with over half of the girls.And have always been treated with excellent care by the management staff and the bouncers

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

no alchol – Deja Vu is a good club, but I don't like the fact of bringing in my own drinks.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

femalepointofview – i've been to a few clubs and this one is best so far. there's no reason to feel uncomfortable because the people are nice and the girls are more attractive than at platinum. I didn't get a lap dance this time, but next time i definitely will hopefully Chloe will be there, she's very hoooot. Destiny will do, too.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

What a joint!!!! – I have been to other strip clubs around the country, but this place rocks! The people there are very attentive and won't bug you too much. The lap dances are well worth the price, especially with Presley.

Doesn't Recommend
0.5
over a year ago

young crowd – what ever happened to adult clubs being for adults, young customers young entertainers,

where are the adults in this town

Doesn't Recommend
0.5
over a year ago

DeJa Vu Not All That – I have been to Deja Vu and can gladly agree the comments made on their homepage by Scott Stahr. The waitresses hound the customers even before the dancer has time to introduce herself to you, plus the dancers hound you for dances or get you kicked out of the club. If you are looking for a great time, go to Anthony's Showplace or Christie's Cabaret, those two are the two best clubs in Nashville period.

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