Club Atlantis is another successful and continuously progressing bar that belongs to the Dollhouse Group. It is located near the Walking Street’s threshold with its astounding 3-storey building along with the other go-go bars and disco club. “Atlantis” is known to be the fictitious lost city of Greece that has been a byword of a lot of people. Club Atlantis is a clever name for a bar for it creates the public’s curiosity and is easily recognized by the people because of its familiarity. It is indeed a wise marketing tactic that took place in January of 2008, the time where Club Atlantis was born. Its exteriors are impressively designed because of its architectural structure. The portal-like doorway with a mermaid figure and a pattern of textured circles above the building painted with azure blue are the main elements of Club Atlantis’ forepart. Once you enter the place, murals of oceanic view and sea creatures are painted all over the club to make an imaginative atmosphere of how a real Atlantis City feels like, just like how it was rumored to be a sunken city that was lost into the deep oceans. Since the bar has an “under the sea” theme, the color of the club is mainly tinted with cobalt blue. Barstools surround the center stage and chesterfield sofas are placed a little farther from the platform while dining stools and tables are at the farthest part where the bar is located nearby. There are nearly 300 dancers every night and they are well rehearsed with their dance routines and pole dancing stunts. “4th of July Dance Battles” and “Who Let the Dogs Out” shows are just some of the clubs main attractions.