The Queens strip joint is at rest, hours away from powering up at night. Mike Diaz, the club's manager, meets me there in a slick gray suit and lifts up the metal gate. He's an old-school NYC character—constantly cursing, teasing, and jabbering away, the kind of guy who always seems a little bit angry but in a charming way. He's been running the day-to-day operations of the Show Palace since the summer of , when the club first opened its doors. Back then, it was on track to becoming a run-of-the-mill NYC titty bar.
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Bring Cash Unless you don't have a care in the world about paying service fees on your credit card, bring cash. This is a tipping Industry; before you leave you'll notice that you'll be tipping not only the dancers, but the waitress, bartender, floor host, door host if they sit you in a nice area and the valet. Dayshift vs Night shift visit If you don't have that much money to spend for a visit, perhaps you can have a dayshift visit for your first time. Dayshift offers a Happy Hour special which usually includes no cover charge, discounted drinks and good lunch specials. It's also not so crowded so you are most likely to get a special treatment from staff and entertainers who have more time to sit around and talk with you. If you are looking for louder music, fast pace and more girls, then the night shift is for you.