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Club Candids: Dollhouse Cocktail Lounge

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As its name portends, there were plenty of dolls on hand for the opening weekend at  Dollhouse Cocktail Lounge in Scottsdale. 


Dime pieces were on the walls of Old Town's newest nightlife playground in the form of stylish magazine covers arranged above VIP seating while dames, dolls, and divas populated the dance floor and outdoor patio.

In many ways, the girlishly-themed danceteria and drinking establishment, located along Indian Plaza, is the perfect compliment to the adjacent Smashboxx, which rocks something of a masculine theme with its photos of Steve McQueen.

Club Candids' cameras were in the house on Saturday, October 22, to sneak some snapshots of the Dollhouse, which you can peep via this week's slideshow.

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