Free lunch! (If you like things raw)

Who says there's no such thing as a free lunch?

Every week, the Penthouse Club, 4451 East Virginia, serves up a free lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. And food isn't the only thing on the menu.

That's because The Penthouse Club, which bills itself as "Where the Magazine Comes to Life," is a strip club, with three stages in the main room and what's touted as "one of the tallest spinning dance poles in America."

On free-lunch Fridays -- the menu includes prime rib and garlic mashed potatoes -- admission to the club is complimentary, too. But don't forget to tip.

For more info, call 303-322-1717.

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