Last night, the legendary gentlemen's club Scores celebrated it’s one year anniversary under the new management of Edward Norwick. To mark the occasion nightlife promoter Noel Ashman was brought in to host an exclusive soiree at their recently refurbished Chelsea location.
Over the years, Manhattan has classed up it's act significantly. The intense crime and drug-fueled club scenes are all but behind us. Still Scores offers itself as a little bit of escapism for today's business man.
"Real Housewives of New Jersey" cast member Danielle Staub was there to show a friend from Texas the fun to be had in New York. To do so Mrs. Staub even took to the performer's stage herself, regaling the crowd with a dance that later she admitted, “was not her first” at any such establishment.
Since the original Scores opened the club has been a New York fixture frequented by the rich and famous. Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen, Russell Crowe, George Clooney Bruce Willis and many other notables have passed through their doors. Mr. James Gandolfini even used the adult venue to “research” his character Tony Soprano, who owned the Bada Bing club, for his popular HBO series.