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Old warehouse become playhouse
Appropriately located on Faulkner Road, Eros Atlanta is a sex club, but not a bathhouse since it does not offer rooms for rent or wet areas. It does, however, have bathrooms -- and plenty or room for hot, safer sex. Basically, it's a converted warehouse that features play spaces designed for intimate socializing. Theme rooms and erotic video lounge. Entry fee comes with free soft drinks. A very busy club to visit, especially on the weekends. No alcohol is permitted. Free parking. 18+ only. Happy Hour: $10 admission by 9 p.m.

Tags: Male Only, 18+, Video Bar, Free Parking

2219 Faulkner Rd. (Cheshire Bridge Rd.)
Atlanta, GA 30324

(404) 287-4482


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    Handsome225 ·

    December 29

    I visited this place for the first time and was extremely disappointed. Prior to the new owners this was another club that received rave reviews. There is no diversity there anymore and caters to the Mexican/ Latin community. $20 and the place smelled bad, it was dark & you can trip easily and the bathroom was a mess. The facility itself has a lot of rooms, the place is huge. Luckily I was able to "talk" to the only hot guy in the building.

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  • September 27, 2014

  •   they bashed us
    daverity ·

    September 27, 2014

    It really hurt when my friends entered the establishment. We were instantly unwanted and felt the need to leave so we did. After leaving, we noticed one of their signs were faced the wrong way so we fixed it so it would face possible patrons. Two men came out with hostile personalities. They told us to leave due to abuse of a sign. We asked what sign and they could not point it out. I think they overreacted and couldn't deal with the fact that we were leaving and fixed their sign. One of the men threatened to hurt us and I asked why. They told me if I asked once more that it wouldn't be a matter of question anymore. I was perplexed and discriminated. We were confused why this was an issue and didn't want to to peruse a confrontation even though they seemed like they desired it. It was an embarrassment to the establishment and definitely caused an uproar between the patrons and clientele. We walked away and almost wanted to call the police for help due to the grotesque animosity but decided against it. We will never return again. They wanted to "kill" us and it was made sure that we knew it. Terrible. Unbelievable.
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