By Matt Artz
Monday, December 7th, 2009 at 6:33 pm in Uncategorized.
Not too long ago, a gent came to City Hall and asked where he could open up a sex club. On Thursday, the Planning Commission will set in motion a new law that will allow the city to respond, “Nowhere.”
Current city law would allow for sex clubs and other not so hotsy totsy businesses in the City Center right near City Hall.
The new law would outlaw sex clubs, but would keep the current restrictions on adult book stores, strip clubs, etc.
Fremont doesn’t have a strip club that I know about. There is an adult bookstore in Irvington, and you can get a similar merchandise in a couple of the smoke shops around town. People go to sex clubs to have sex with other people at the sex club.
Speak of the devil, I just got a press release from an SF club called Infusion Lounge. It’s sad that Fremont residents have to go all the way to San Francisco for a “provocative unisex bathroom” experience.
INFUSION LOUNGE SAN FRANCISCO:
THE CITY BY THE BAY’S TRANSFORMATIONAL NIGHTLIFE DESTINATION
This January Marks The One Year Anniversary For Infusion Lounge SF
Unique, Sleek Design Features a Provocative Uni-Sex Bathroom,
Largest Hypnotic Geisha Holograms and Much More
SAN FRANCISCO (November 7, 2009) – Named by Condé Nast Traveler Magazine as one of “the World’s 35 Hottest New Nightclubs” in 2009, the 6,500 square foot Infusion Lounge is one of San Francisco’s most innovative nightspots. Set in the heart of Union Square, Infusion Lounge has by design, created a new category of nightlife in a city best known for its classic neighborhood joints and traditional nightclubs.
“San Francisco has always been known for its great cozy bars, but with Infusion Lounge, we deliver a new type of nightlife destination for the city,” explains Christopher Rosas, CEO and president, C-Two Group. “It’s a full sensory experience; alluring, sophisticated, provocative and contemporary; bringing a sense of heat and passion to the San Francisco scene.”
Designed by famed Hong Kong designer Kinney Chan, the sleek entertainment space features beautifully hand-crafted mosaic tiled walls, intriguing dragons, opium lounging beds, a gender-bending provocative uni-sex bathroom, plush furnishings and one of the largest hypnotic geisha holograms ever created. In addition, there are two bars, a distinctive Asian-inspired restaurant, two exclusive VIP rooms, a 2000 square foot dance floor, multiple DJ booths and an unprecedented lighting and sound system.
“There is nothing else like it in the city,” said Scott Caroen, general manager, Infusion Lounge. “With our unconventional, vibrant ambiance, unique design, excellent food and 5-star service, we create an unparalleled experience for our guests.” Infusion Lounge also offers meetings and event planners a drastic departure from the standard tiresome meeting locations; it is the perfect venue for those searching for a less conventional atmosphere. “Who says a meeting has to be in a hotel boardroom,” adds Caroen. “This is an amazing space for a company to seriously grab the attention of their group, have a day of meetings and roll it right into a great night out.”
Of course, Infusion Lounge has made a name for itself via the internationally renowned and resident DJs that keep the two separate sound environments packed each night with those looking for a sultry escape. The music styles range from eclectic ambient vibes to house, top-40 and mash-ups. DJs have included DJ VICE, Clinton Sparks, Tony Arzadon, DJ Crooked, Moto Blanco, Trevor Simpson, and DJ Five. In addition to celebrity DJ’s, Infusion Lounge has hosted its fair share of actors, musicians and models including: Roselyn Sanchez, LMFAO, Rob Thomas, P Diddy and Donnie Walhberg to name a few.