Now he's amended that lawsuit, and claims that Goldrush dancers also spiked customers' drinks with crushed Xanax. He also claims that the practice extends to sister clubs King of Diamonds and the Pink Pony. Gold claims that dancers at the clubs crush up anti-anxiety drugs like Xanax into clients' drinks though, there's no evidence in the suit supporting this claim. Once customers are high and drunk, Gold's lawsuit claims that they are coerced into putting large charges on their credit card. Continue Reading Gerald Tobin, the attorney representing Goldrush owner Jack Galardi, didn't respond to the Daily Business Review's requests for comment on the new allegations. Riptide has also emailed him for comment, and we'll update this post if we hear back.
Atlanta, GA Good entertainment, good drinks. They are on the small side but fairly strong for the amount they charge they should be bigger. The dj was funny calling out people who were not tipping but sitting up close. We did not try any of the food. The atmosphere was pretty good though not too hood not too uptight. The couches and seats were comfy.
Partying with Babes and Electro Dudes at the Gold Rush Strip Club
Let's be honest, there's no shortage of wild nightlife destinations here in Miami. With all those choices, it's not easy to know where to start. Luckily, we've made the decision very easy for you. At Gold Rush Cabaret, we offer a live adult entertainment experience that surpasses any other gentlemen's club around.
Benjamin was the BEST! All Waitress, bartenders, bouncers, etc with Top Notch! Thanks for a Great ending to our 11 Day Vacation So many other places and this place is wack af I wish I could put a 0 star! Dancers are wack, the bouncers are lame. S drinks are watered down and over priced!