Quoting Sam H.:" I don't know if I would show up. Mostly because this talk you would like to have isn't going to happen, if he's drinking. Talking to a drunk guy is useless, and you both need some time to cool off."
I've learned the hard way several times that talking to drunk people is about as useful as trying to tell a broom to sweep by it's self. Not gonna get through there.
I'd give him the night to cool off, maybe go out and do something myself, and then talk about it the first chance you get. It's really helped me and DH's communication if I sit down and say "This is a no judgement zone. All I want is the truth and there will be no negative repercussions. The past is the past, but I want to help our future." and he'll really open up much more than when he thinks he can possibly get into trouble.
Our communication has gotten pretty bomb because of it. I wouldn't even really look at it as he's lying to try and cover something he's doing at/after the strip club because that's establishing a dominant thought as to reason. I'd probably just sit down, explain the no judgement, and ask why he felt the need to distort the truth on it. If you straight up say lie, he'll get on the defensive. Fluff it, make it sound pretty. Just be sure to say "I'm not mad, but I was just curious why you didn't tell me the whole truth."