Rick’s Cabaret New York Girls Ready For Opening Day; Red Sox Good Tippers!
The smell of the fresh cut grass. Sunny skies. The sound of a ball snapping into a leather glove. The $10 beers (w/tip). Fans thinking their team has a chance to grab a wild card spot. Rick’s Cabaret New York girls in Mets and Yankees jerseys. Ahh, there are few American traditions like Opening Day baseball.
Like the ladies at Rick’s would forget that baseball stars on Monday with the Red Sox coming to Yankee Stadium and the Mets opening at Citi against the Padres.
We received this official dispatch today from the home office.
Rick’s Cabaret New York is the upscale gentlemen’s club well known for its beautiful exotic dancers, warm hospitality, gourmet restaurant and celebrity clientele. Among its many regulars are pro athletes from all the major sports.
“We’re not allowed to mention any names because we respect the athlete’s privacy, but everyone knows that a lot of baseball players hang out at Rick’s,” said Rick’s Cabaret Girl Gabriella (in Wright jersey). “I’m so happy that baseball is back. A lot of the girls like the Yankees, but my favorite team is the Mets.”
“I’m a big Yankee fan,” said Rick’s Cabaret Girl Abby (Cano jersey). “I haven’t danced for any Yankees yet but I probably will soon, now that the baseball season is back.
Rick’s Cabaret Girl Brielle (Sabathia jersey) is also a Yankee fan. “Baseball players are usually good tippers. I hate the Boston Red Sox, but I have to admit that some of those Red Sox guys were very good to me last season. But I still root for the Yankees!”
The bad news for the ladies is that ARod won’t be in town very much since he’s a physical mess and will need more of that Florida sunshine to heal his wounds. And don’t get me started on the Mets. Bobby Bonilla ($1.2 million) will make more money from the team than any outfielder on the roster (Mets salary breakdown).
The good news is that there’s always a team full of veterans coming to town looking to entertain the rookies and enjoy an outstanding time at the 50 W 33rd St club.