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Glendale, Arizona

Member Since: June 13, 2010

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empire1guy Loves These Places

  • April 9, 2015

  • Quiet and a bit creepy
    I visited this place about 6 pm for happy hour and it was pretty quiet. The bartender was very friendly. All was well until the old dude, who map have been the owner or manager, arrived and starts strutting around with one of those big black flashlights (the kind cops use to crack skulls) in his back pocket. Everyone kind of gave him lots of room. He was a fav of a lesbian couple who seemed to be his groupies. It was too weird for me, so I left. Not sure why he would have to carry s club in a bar that couldn't have had more than a dozen people in it. Weird.

    April 9, 2015

  • Great Getaway
    Friendly people, great pool, nice rooms, comfortable and clean. What could be better. Already planning my return visit!

    January 20, 2015

  • Great Neighborhood Place
    Small, friendly and comfortable you will feel at home here. Bartender Tim was a great host and the drinks and food were perfect. This place is gay friendly, but it's a mixed crowd. If you are looking for someplace to relax and feel welcome, this is it. Close to Eastern Market Metro it's perfect if you are on the Hill.

    January 8, 2015

  • Nice Spa Experience
    If you are looking for gay action this is not the place, but if you are looking for a relaxing outdoor hot tub and a first class massage then you will be quite happy. Clean, well maintained and friendly staff made this a great experience for me. You should know that the hot tub is coed so you may be soaking with women, but the men's locker is private and robes and slippers are provided as well as locks for the lockers. Relax, enjoy and just smile at the ladies.

    December 13, 2013

  • Great late or early spot!
    This is an old fashioned no frills diner with a grill behind the counter. After drinking burgers or bacon and eggs, this place has that real diner atmosphere. It is rather small, so be prepared to wait a bit, unless you visit very early, before midnight or after 4 am.

    June 23, 2013

  • Casual, but great food
    This is like a trip to the beach. Very casual with brown paper table covers. The seafood is first class and can be messy, but oh so fun to eat. We enjoyed a great selecton of oysters from the raw bar followed by lobsters all around. Adding the clambake feature gets you a real New England feast. Its not a particularly gay place, but it is worth the trip.

    June 23, 2013

  • Great food, nice patio
    We enjoyed this restaurant very much. It is quite intimate, but the food was great. We dined on the patio along Tremont Street which is about as much the heart of the gay hood as you can get in Boston. We had sliders, the cheese filed tater tots were yummy and so was the grilled asparagus. Our main courses were scallops and a spit roasted chic hen. Both were delicious. This seems more of a neighborhood place and after dining here I can see why people keep coming back.

    June 23, 2013

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