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Rachel Starr to host Super Bowl parties in Dallas Alley

Posted 11:17pm on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011

Super Bowl XLV week in DFW is going to be the biggest party scene in the history of North Texas. There will be the lucky few attending the Playboy, Maxim and Penthouse Super Bowl parties. And then there are the tens of thousands who will are expected to check out DFW gentlemen's Clubs.

But the locals and visitors who are looking for the most fun will likely find it in the form of an event that is flying under the radar, such as Dallas' very own adult-film superstar Rachel Starr's multiple parties at the new venue Experience, located in Dallas Alley in the West End. Experience, in the former Chaucer's sushi restaurant space, is walking distance from The World's Largest Hooters as well as the new mega-nightclub ZOUK.

As host of the Super Bowl party, Starr will be taking pictures and signing autographs while she mingles with her fans -- the exact opposite you can expect from many of the other celebrity-fueled big game parties in Dallas. She will be hosting parties every night from Wednesday, Feb. 2, through Super Bowl Sunday. Each night the parties will run from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. The admission is $45 at the door during the week. Super Bowl weekend nights start at $45 and admission increases as its gets deeper into the night.

An added bonus to the event you can enter to "Win a Date with Rachel Starr." She is in the process of starting her own non-scripted series and a lucky few will get to go on a date with one of the most desired women in the world with proceeds going to charity.

And no, I do not think she is related to Green Bay Packers legendary QB Bart Starr.

For further info, e-mail experiencerachelstarr@gmail.com.

EXPERIENCE 2019 NORTH LAMAR ST (1ST FLOOR) DALLAS TX 75202

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