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Exploring the bump and grind across Orlando's coolest clubs 

Out of control

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Think swank

20 E. Central Blvd., 407-222-9732,
Cover: $10
Dress code: No shorts, tanks or flip-flops, and it's $5 extra if you're wearing a hat.
Music: Friday-Saturday: Top 40, Wednesday and Sunday: hip-hop, Thursday: Latin, house
What it's like inside: Four bars line the walls of this two-level, upscale club. Psychedelic lights and sculptures delight the eyes and red metal cages for dancing girls (both staff and patrons) conflict one's conscience. Female waitresses and bartenders double as dancers wearing thongs, blurring the lines between service and performance. At one of the few clubs where you can still smoke inside, your nostrils will be greeted by the rich fragrance of Black and Milds upon entrance. The entire upstairs is VIP, which is basically a wrap-around indoor balcony with private booths and tables. Downstairs, guests only have the option of hanging at the bar, being on the dance floor or finding a spot against the wall to take it all in. No seating for general admission. Again, don't bother showing up early, as most of the action takes place after midnight. – Justin Braun

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