In a double-unit shophouse halfway Soi 6 on the south side a would-be gogo has opened: Working Girl.
On the ground floor is a central stage with some chrome poles.
The bench seating and some tables with bar stools are too far from this stage for a good view.
On the first floor are two transparent dance floors with some chrome poles, so that you can see the dancers from the ground floor. The bench seating upstairs is way too deep to be called comfortable.
Most of the dancers were clad in big fantasy outfits: air hostesses, nurses and (I guess) schoolgirls. Some were wearing huge bikinis with or without an ugly yellow skirt.
No nudity. All dancers were double or even triple topped and bottomed.
Some looked farm fresh , but many were typically the kind of working girls who try their luck at each opening.
One of them was skinny Ann, who tells everybody, true or not, she started over ten years ago at Super Baby A-GoGo on Soi Diamond as a 14-year-old lolita, and who had become a street walker on Beach Road with some stints at Dolls on Soi 6 (before their
first closure) and at Only O on Soi Diamond.
The lighting was adequate and the music deafening.
Downstairs were two other customers, upstairs no customers at all.
The only thing that is top at Working Girl are their prices. Barfines 800 baht ST and 1,300 baht LT, a tad steep for Soi 6.
No ST rooms, but there seem to be hotel rooms somewhere at 300 baht.
The girls appear to have been brainwashed to demand at least 2,000 baht ST and 4,000 baht LT.
Note that at Passion Dance Club, the other gogo on Soi 6, with even better looking girls in black string bikinis the ST barfine is 300 baht (room included) and the girls are happy with 1,000 baht.
Bottled Heineken at Working Girl 99 baht (in fact 100 baht), lady drinks 200 baht.