WASHINGTON – The District’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board says a strip club can open its doors in the Glover Park neighborhood again — if it tones down its plans.
The Washington Post reports JP’s — a club gutted by a fire five years ago — could open as early as Friday after city officials ruled it must limit nude dancing to two stages.
The club had wanted dancing permitted on tables and in private alcoves.
A JP’s representative said other clubs in the city have tabletop dancing and similar VIP areas, the Post reports. A separate hearing on permitting such dancing at the club may be held in the future.
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