Like every other “non-essential” business, Portland’s Lucky Devil Lounge was forced to close last month by order of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s stay-at-home order. Now, the strip club is offering drive-thru food service, with dancers. The club made headlines by answering the shutdown with a delivery service called Boober Eats — a service in which dancers delivered food to customers. After being issued a cease-and-desist letter by Uber Eats, owner Shon Boulden altered the name of the service to “Food 2-Go-Go” and added an unprecedented feature as a way funnel some lost wages to dancers: Drive-thru strip shows.Boulden, his clubs and its employees first made headlines (including on this website) in March when, as a way to stay open and continue to bring in income during the government-mandated shelter-in-place order, dancers from the clubs began working as delivery people, with security guards serving as drivers. Many orders and one cease-and-desist letter from Uber later (“Boober Eats” was the service’s original name), they’ve now come up with an even more … revved up tactic to keep business booming.“Since food delivery started we’ve had a lot of local businesses showing us support and wanting to collaborate,” Boulden said. “A local event company that sets up stages, tents, things like that, called us up and were like, ‘We’re out of business, we’re not doing anything.’ They offered to build us a huge tent, two stages, a DJ booth, a couple of stripper poles with lights, lasers, fog machines and were like, we’ll just see how it goes.” Here’s how the new drive-thru works: You pay $30 to enter and can order any food item off the menu. Once inside the tent, you’re treated to a full show, from a group of (masked, of course) dancers. They do a song or two for each car, and then they send you on your way with your food. There are tip buckets set up inside, and the dancers even have devices normally used to collect trash that allow them to collect tips from a distance.On its website, the lounge posts a schedule of which dancers are available to take customers their food or who’s scheduled to dance. “We’ve even had off-duty police officers roll through,” Boulden said. “Everybody has been applauding us.”“The dancers are making money,” Boulden recently told the source. “Everyone that comes through is super stoked and videotaping and throwing money and just being super cool. It’s exciting when there’s a carload of people happy to see these girls dance.