LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Many businesses have had to rethink how they operate during the coronavirus pandemic, and as many start to reopen, they've had to think outside the box.
Las Vegas is known for being "Sin City" and many of our cities strip clubs have been shuttered temporarily due to the state's COVID-19 rules.
The owners of one of Las Vegas' oldest dance establishments, Palomino Club, are changing their business to be able to open their doors.
On their website, they announced they'd be reopening Tuesday as a bar and lounge with reduced capacity.
Palomino Club will be open nightly from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. with "limited services during the initial opening phase."
On the club's Facebook page they also said, "Girls will be there however we're still sorting out what is allowable currently hence why we're saying bar/lounge style for the time being."