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(Eater)   Alton Brown: an intelligent, clean-cut television host and producer that doesn't need adult material to succeed. Anthony Bourdain: CHALLENGE ACCEPTED   (eater.com) divider line 65
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2013-01-16 06:32:32 PM

apotheosis27: I haven't been to Atlanta in years, and that episode made me want to continue that streak. Forever.


I've never been to the Cleremont, but I did enjoy The Pink Pony back when I would frequent Atlanta.
 
2013-01-16 06:54:21 PM

apotheosis27: I haven't been to Atlanta in years, and that episode made me want to continue that streak. Forever.


It's the Applebees of major American cities.
 
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2013-01-16 07:04:43 PM

kroonermanblack: Wow. Anyone explain the Clermont's concept? Seems weird for a strip club.


It's not so much a strip club as a basement lounge in a flophouse hotel (now closed). There seems to be no qualifications to be a dancer there so you get women of all sizes and ages. In my day there was a mother/daughter pair working the same nights. There's no concept here. Just a tiny, filthy dive bar that has hasn't changed in decades that attracts people of just about every demographic. Stretch marked boobies are the great equalizer. It has to experienced to really be understood and should be by anyone who finds themselves in Atlanta.

/ex-ATLian
//former Clermont regular
///Blondie gave me a black eye with her boob and called me cracker
 
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2013-01-16 07:09:26 PM

InmanRoshi: apotheosis27: I haven't been to Atlanta in years, and that episode made me want to continue that streak. Forever.

It's the Applebees of major American cities.


That perception is why every visitor should go to the Clermont. There is strange and seedy underbelly to that town that needs to be experienced.
 
2013-01-16 07:24:40 PM

Pyynk: That said, you haven't been in Atlanta unless you hit up the Clermont at least once.


And then struggle down to the Majestic to sober up.
 
2013-01-16 11:03:04 PM

kroonermanblack: concept


The Clermont Lounge is a place that is special to Atlanta's heart because it accepts everyone. There women of all shapes, sizes, and amount of children that have escaped their wombs are free to dance as long as they can carry a beat. People of all creeds come together for a little hooch and an appreciation of copious amounts of soft female flesh. I remember handing some curvy girl (like a size 20, mid thirties, short and stacked with dark black hair) i tipped her a twenty and watched her start folding like a card, goodness i didn't think big girls could be that flexible.

When i went to Grad School in ATL we used to take speakers from my school (The Creative Circus) to the Clermont just to show them a good time, eventually finding our way to Waffle House some time after 3 am for a real Atlanta experience. If they had enough time we'd get them to visit Sublime Donuts on their way out of the city.

/I miss my hometown
//Current Floridian
///Georgian Forever.
 
2013-01-17 12:36:13 AM

olddeegee: Let's let Nadia G go shot for shot with them and see who's still standing. Please....I really want to see that.


I agree wholeheartedly!

Oh, wait, I read it wrong. I thought you said you wanted Nadia G to get shot.
 
2013-01-17 01:22:24 AM
Hey now...LOVE me some Nadia G. Get away from the gimmick and she's a ridiculously hot, intelligent, down to earth girl you'd love to take home...and Canuck to boot so she knows how to stay warm on cold winter nights.

/Call me, Nadia!
 
2013-01-17 01:47:56 AM

InmanRoshi: SilentStrider: Am I the only one who doesn't like Bourdain?

Eh, he figured out how to shoot fish in a barrel, but it's still hilarious to see a 56 year old man preening in a Ramones shirt and a thumb ring.


And so what are you supposed to do if you've done the unforgivable thing of getting older? Do you suddenly have to stop liking everything you've liked all your life and begin bopping to Frank Sinatra? What do you do so you don't get snarked on?

For fark's sake, when I'm that age I'll still be listening to Rammstein and screw anyone who has a problem with it!
 
2013-01-17 07:56:43 AM
There will come a day where Snoop Dogg is "old people's music."
 
2013-01-17 11:15:35 AM

silvervial: InmanRoshi: SilentStrider: Am I the only one who doesn't like Bourdain?

Eh, he figured out how to shoot fish in a barrel, but it's still hilarious to see a 56 year old man preening in a Ramones shirt and a thumb ring.

And so what are you supposed to do if you've done the unforgivable thing of getting older? Do you suddenly have to stop liking everything you've liked all your life and begin bopping to Frank Sinatra? What do you do so you don't get snarked on?

For fark's sake, when I'm that age I'll still be listening to Rammstein and screw anyone who has a problem with it!


The poseur...ummm poster is just jelly he never was able to see great bands like the Ramones and the Clash live. Probably cleaning his room while listening to Blink 182 and Green Day at the moment.
 
2013-01-17 11:30:43 AM

saintstryfe: There will come a day where Snoop Dogg is "old people's music."


That day was March 21st, 2004.
 
2013-01-17 01:42:59 PM

Another Government Employee: Pyynk: That said, you haven't been in Atlanta unless you hit up the Clermont at least once.

And then struggle down to the Majestic to sober up.


Yep! Though on my first trip, I ended up getting driven to Mulligan's, the now closed home of the Hamdog and the Luther Burger. How I ended up without a hangover the next day, I really have no idea.
 
2013-01-17 06:11:22 PM
Dive bars are the best!
 
2013-01-17 06:16:42 PM

tricycleracer: js34603: Fuller than average figures eh? Relevant to my interests.

I prefer the term "large-format strip club".  We've got a one across from the dog track here in St. Pete.


Plaza suite? on Gandy was interesting. Years ago though.

One night a dude passed out and a stripper thought he was dead. She did some "things" to him and now my friends and I have another story for old age.

Scarletts used to be fun.
 
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