Vital Vegas Podcast, Episode 11: Inside a Las Vegas Brothel, Sheri’s Ranch

Many Las Vegas visitors are surprised to learn that prostitution is illegal in Las Vegas. That applies to the City of Las Vegas and Clark County, which includes the Las Vegas Strip.

Illegal.

That’s not the case throughout Nevada, however.

Sheri’s Ranch Resort & Spa (no really, it’s a resort, spa and brothel, not to mention bar and restaurant) is about the closest brothel to Las Vegas, so in this episode of the podcast we take a tour with Dena, the madam of Sheri’s Ranch, and Blithe, one of the women that works at the brothel, courtesanwise.

Sheri's Ranch Las Vegas Brothel

If you think Disneyland is “the happiest place on Earth,” you’re¬†about to be schooled.

We go directly to the source to see what Sheri’s has to offer, and get the inside scoop on how the brothel business works, as well as passing along tips about how to get the most out of a brothel visit.

Yes, we even talk Las Vegas brothel prices. Bottom line: Everything’s negotiable!

Las Vegas brothel menu

Sheri’s Ranch provides a menu, just to get the creative juices flowing.

Find out more about Sheri’s Ranch brothel, the Official Brothel of the Vital Vegas Blog. (No money or services have been exchanged for this extraordinary, pointless honor.) No, it’s not technically a “Las Vegas brothel,” but you get the idea.

Also in this episode, we talk about a number of things a lot less interesting than brothels and prostitution, like Edge Steakhouse at Westgate, Donut Bar, Cirque du Soleil’s “Love” at Mirage, the new (and disappointing) Still bar and restaurant at Mirage, Golden Nugget’s “Sip &¬†Stroll” cocktail crawl, as well as the life-altering vegan lasagna at Simply Pure inside the Downtown Container Park.

Take a listen and tell a friend. There’s a 65% chance this is our last podcast episode ever, so make the most of it.

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  • Troy Swezey

    Nevada. What ever happened to the Vowel Consonant Vowel Rule. It probably does not pertain to three syllable words rights? But let’s say it does. Then we have Nee-Vay-Dah. I like it.

  • BC

    You mentioned that you need ideas for things to video with your drone. For some reason the Broadacres Flea Market seems like a good subject to me. I was there once and the grounds are big; would be cool to see it from above.

  • Bouldersteve

    The park at the T-Mobile arena at night would be good for a drone video. Although it might be to close to the airport.

  • I want to watch a video, not hearing someone talking for over a hour.

    • Thanks, Ernest, but you’re doing podcasts wrong.