She’s big. She’s busty. She’s Sin City Sindy, and you can now see her at the Stripper Bar opens inside the Miracle Mile Shops in Las Vegas. The fiberglass and sculpted-foam statue—over 25 feet tall from her ginger locks down to her over-the-knee red platform boots—will preside over the entrance to the bar that has historically served as a meeting spot for the adjacent V Theater’s Stripper 101 classes.
Now as enhanced as its sexy, towering sentry, the tiny corner Stripper Bar will continue to dole out liquid courage to ladies attending the increasingly popular stripper class, though Sindy’s crotch-cam (which will literally catch you peeking up Sindy’s pleated skirt as you pass between her legs to reach the bar) might very well steal the show.
About the size of a Manhattan studio apartment, Stripper Bar was nearly leased out to a tenant to attract attention to the otherwise forgettable walk-up frozen-blended cocktail bar.
“I thought, I’ve got to do something crazy,” David Saxe, the show producer says, “but I never really thought about a bar.” He credits his wife with the idea for Sindy; Saxe crafted Sindy’s undercarriage himself in a warehouse off Boulder Highway.
Under Stripper Bar’s painted-tin roof, Miracle Mile’s vast crowds can relax on stools and at modern patio tables with stripper-themed cocktails, enjoy food from neighboring La Salsa, watch sporting events on the TV screens, play drinking games (Battleship!), and applaud as the hostesses and bartenders—also Stripper 101’s instructors—take turns on a central stripper pole platform.