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New York, New York

Member Since: August 7, 2012 | Originally From: New York, New York | Relationship Status: Married
Body Type: Fit | Ethnicity: Caucasian , Latino/Hispanic | Friends Call Me a: Music Lover, Shopaholic, Coffee Addict, Art Lover | I'm looking for: Networking, Tour Guide, Friends

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  • July 20, 2015 via facebook

  • April 12, 2015

  • For a VERY specific type: Twenty-something with major femme energy.
    We walked, directly to the left was a huge TV screen showing Conchita Wurst signing. At a table were 6 or seven twenty something femme boi types all talking over one another in falsettos. The bartender was the classic bartender-escort-actor-whatever type. My husband ordered a whiskey and got barely a shot of it, that was drizzled over a ice cube. If hanging with 20 something gay men who skew super femme--THIS is your scene--you'll love it. If it's not you'll be scratching at the walls to leave. We subsequently found The Eagle--which is everything this bar is not. There was nothing inherently wrong with the place, it just did not appeal to any our our sensibilities.
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    April 12, 2015

  • Not for us
    Very different vibe from The Eagle--which my husband and I loved. Where the Eagle is more rugged with a lodge like feel, this place has a generic modern type feel, a little soul-less. The bartender is a slim attractive model type. It's masculine but with less of a relaxing vibe. It has a touch of glam that I'm not so into. The play area is also extensive with two floors.

    April 12, 2015

  • Great place for manly, average guys
    My husband and I went here, really liked it. The place was rugged with a very relaxing vibe. There's a lounge area to relax, drink and soak in the energy. There's also an extensive play area. The guys are average joes, older set of "regular" guys too. Definitely more on the masculine side.

    April 12, 2015

  • Arts & Culture in New Orleans

    March 14, 2015

    based on 1 rating Thank you! Why not write a review?
  • Mecca for Warhol lovers
    The Andy Warhol museum not only lovingly captures and explores the life of Andy Warhol-a-, but is serves also a comprehensive retrospective of his life. It's inspiring and captures the life story of one of the most influential Gay Americans in the 20th century. Kudos to Pittsburgh for showing her native son so much love.

    March 12, 2015

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