Peachy D’Ambrosio created Peachy’s Puffs, billed as “San Francisco’s Original Cigarette & Candy Girl Service,” in October 1988. Years before the rebirth of the modern supper club scene, Peachy’s Puffs paved the way. We set the tone, and helped influence the new old-school trend of the late 1990’s and early 21st century.
Throughout the years, Peachy’s Puffs has remained faithful to its image of classic cigarette and candy girls. Our philosophy is entertainment, fun, and professionalism!
Though our focus now a days is providing retro-styled promotional models for corporate and private events, there was a time when you could find a Peachy’s Puff in dozens of locations every week, and in all the most prestigious San Francisco nighttime establishments. Our clientele list included Ruby Skye, 1015 Folsom, 111 Minna, the End Up, Temple, Supper Club, Harlot, Mighty, Glas Kat, Mission Rock, Cat Club, Pier 23, and literally hundreds of other venues.
Peachy’s Puffs also has a long-standing relationship with Bay Area concert halls such as the Warfield Theater, the Shoreline Amphitheater, the Concord Chronicle Pavilion, and the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. We have worked annual special events like Lovefest, the Exotic Erotic Ball, Folsom Street Fair, 2nd Sunday, Halloween Ghost Ship (Treasure Island), New Year’s Eve Sea of Dreams (Concourse Exhibition Center), and Valentine’s Day Skills (Regency Ballroom), not to mention dozens of private events, corporate parties, and fundraisers.
Our Cigarette & Candy Girls:
Our Puffs outfit themselves in authentic cigarette girl costumes. The costumes are all original designs created by a local designer. Although there is a degree of sex appeal, the look of the costumes remains classy and cute.
We pride ourselves for having a progressive approach in providing one of the most unique forms of part-time income opportunity for our Puffs. See the Job Info page for more information on how you might become a Peachy Puff.