MARCH 21 UPDATE: A sign at Little Darlings strip club said the business will be closed until further notice, after Gov. Sisolak's order for nonessential businesses to close.
Although many businesses in Las Vegas are closed today after Nevada's governor asked nonessential businesses to close their doors, that does not appear to include the city's strip clubs.
Little Darlings, which is owned by Deja Vu, is not only open, but they are also planning to offer drive-thru strip shows and nude hand sanitizer wrestling.
Starting this weekend, guests will be able to drive up to the front door, pay $100, and enjoy a 10-minute XXX show from the comfort and safety of their vehicles.
The XXX Nude Hand Sanitizer Wrestling will begin on Saturday.
For those customers who still want to go inside, Director of Operations Ryan Carlson says that Little Darlings is "easily one of the safest and cleanest places to be in Las Vegas!"
Carlson says that the club's sanitizing practices include hourly hand-washing, more than 25 hand sanitizers throughout the club, and social distancing in both seating and private dances.
Carlson also pointed out strippers are part of the American fabric of life.
Little Darlings was one of the first local businesses to capitalize on what is now a pandemic.
In early March, they started handing out bottles of hand sanitizer after the first presumed positive cases were announced.
Sapphire Las Vegas, which is the world's largest gentlemen's club and adult entertainment complex, has made the decision to temporarily suspend their operations. Sapphire says that their first priority is the health and welfare of their team, families, friends and customers. They will announce on social media when they plan to reopen.