As a recent college graduate, Scarlett refuses to follow the crowd when it comes to living her life. Working as a lingerie model to pay off student loans, she enjoys the time she has off to travel with her boyfriend to different adult entertainment conventions around the country. Her fascination for all things sexy has also lead her to write for Filthy Gorgeous.
As a writer for Filthy Gorgeous, I am always looking for the next big thing that is not only entertaining, but pushes the boundaries on what is considered sexy or deviant. This post focuses on New Hampshire, where nature is beautiful and so are the girls! From a smutty brewery to the gentlemen’s club in the state, you are sure to enjoy a happy ending on your trip to New Hampshire.
The Gold Club
The Gold Club is New Hampshire’s only Gentlemen’s Club! Offering over 12,000 square feet of entertainment, multiple stages, a billiards lounge, private suites, semi private couch room, a state of the art sound, light and video show, and a full lunch & dinner menu. Over 40 of New Hampshire’s finest women are ready to entertain for an evening fit for kings and queens. It’s apparently a New Hampshire state law to wear lame ass pasties over nipples, and there is absolutely no contact. The girls never took off their panties (stupid New Hampshire laws), but they don’t have a problem getting close to you while sitting at the main stage. The feel of this club is that of a slightly upscale restaurant while still pulling off the casual relaxing pub type atmosphere, with lots of titties roaming around. A very difficult task to accomplish, but they pull it off well.
Enjoy New Hampshire’s finest women by checking out their site here.
Founded in 1994, the company is named for Smuttynose Island, the third largest of the nine islands that form the Isles of Shoals, a small, rugged archipelago that lies seven miles off the craggy New Hampshire coast. The name appears on nautical charts from the seventeenth century, but its origins have been lost to time. The Isles of Shoals have been home to pirates and poets, ghosts and fishermen. In the 1870’s Smuttynose Island was the scene of a notorious double axe murder. Today, it is peaceful and desolate, a windswept haven for harbor seals and seagulls whose stillness belies its colorful and sometimes violent history. The Smuttynose Brewing Company began when Peter Egelston attended the bankruptcy auction of the Frank Jones Brewing Company. As the only bidder, Peter became the owner of the brewery that would become Smuttynose. Now, Smuttynose Beer is distributed in more than two dozen states, as well as overseas in Europe and Asia. With an identity firmly anchored in coastal New England, the brewery runs tours and tastings year round so you can experience what is still fundamentally a small brewer whose beers are inspired by the history, character, and flavor of the region.
Check out their list of beers and book a tour on their website here.
New Hampshire Travel Necessities
Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
The perfect beach side hangout, the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom offers a panoramic view of the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Their 30 Seat Bar overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and our Patio Bar is fully loaded with 15 HD TV’s. With two dozen poker tables and other games including Roulette, Three-Card Poker, Blackjack, and Craps, the Beach Casino is New Hampshire’s premiere destination for charitable gaming. 35% of all of the casino winnings go to charity fundraising efforts for charitable organizations. Know your game. Test your skills beachside!
Use your gambling skills for good and check out their site here.