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A strip club in Niagara Falls is taking its adult entertainment outdoors

The Sundowner Club is shaking things up post-pandemic by reopening its doors with a twist: the club's adult entertainment will now take place outdoors.

The popular Niagara Falls strip club is opening a 4,000 square-foot covered patio, complete with multiple stages, a pole and socially-distanced tables.

The club, which has been operating for more than 30 years, temporarily closed its doors more than 12 weeks ago.

On June 19, Ontario gave the green light to bars and restaurants in the Niagara region to reopen, but only for outdoor dining, forcing places like the Sundowner to get creative when they open to customers.

The club officially announced the news of their reopening on their social media channels on July 7.

"If you have been by the Sundowner lately you will notice a structure going up in the parking lot," the club wrote."This will be our 4000 sq. ft patio that we will be opening this weekend (if all goes according to plan)."

It seems that things did go according to plan, because the club plans to reopen its doors on Friday afternoon, per a recent update.

The Sundowner also said that there would be "some restrictions in place" upon reopening, including a seating capacity on the patio of only 217 people at a time.

Customers waiting to enter the patio can choose to be notified via text message when it's their turn to enter the club.

The Sundowner Club is also encouraging groups larger than four people to book ahead of time to ensure entry to the club.

Despite the new social distancing restrictions in accordance with provincial health guidelines, the Sundowner Club says that the club experience will remain the same.

"The level of entertainment will be what everyone has come to know," the club wrote on Tuesday. "Top tier."

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