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Babylon Show Club Becomes The Sweet Spot

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Local strip joint Babylon Show Club has undergone something of a sex change.

The formerly male-oriented CenPho flesh parlor, which is located near 36th Street and Van Buren, has traded up beefcake boys traipsing across its stage for buxom babes. 

It also has a new name, The Sweet Spot, as well as a whole new look (including a décor change and brand new stage) and new lineup of DJs working the wheels of steel on the weekends.

Said changes occurred over the long hot summer and Babylon slowly transformed into Sweet Spot, culminating in its grand opening this past weekend. You can see pics from the party (including all the lovely ladies) by clicking this link or this one.

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