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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll find answers to our most commonly asked questions.
If you don’t find the answer you are looking for,
please contact us by text at 414-666-5498.

1. What are the benefits of becoming a member?

Membership grants you access to most events at no additional charge. The exceptions being some special events and outside promoted events which are discounted to our members. 

2. How much is the membership?

We have a variety of membership types in order to fit various budgets. Temporary single event memberships are available for $25. Monthly memberships starts at $45. Check out our store for more options.


3. Is your space available for a private rental?

Yes. We charge $50 per hour for the first two hours and then $40 an hour after that.

Private rentals are based on staff availability and are required to be booked one week in advance. Late rental booking fees may apply for anything not booked a week in advance.   

4. What is the age limit?

You must be 18 years or older to attend the space.

5. May I take pictures or videos?

No. All forms of recorded media are prohibited.

6. When are you open?

Tuesday 7:30pm – 10:30pm 

Friday & Saturday: 8:00pm – 2am

 Certain events may have different start and end time. Please check our calendar for details.

7. Do you have a specific dress code?

No. Please check the event postings for any theme specific dress.

8. May I use my cell phone at the club?

No. Cell phone use is only permitted in the lobby. 

9. Am I expected to engage in anything?

No. You are never expected to participate. Quiet and respectful watching is always allowed. 

10. Can I come alone?

Yes. Eassel is a great place to meet new friends. 

11. Can friends join me?

Yes! Anybody is welcome to join you as long as they purchase a membership. Premium members are allowed a plus-one for events.

12. Do I need my ID?

Yes. Everyone must have their ID on them upon entering the club. 

13. Can you provide me with a partner?

No. We provide a space for exploration, but you must provide your own tools, and partners.  We are an accepting and positive space but you have to find your own partner.