First off: a great bar. Likewise, you can have a completely utilitarian handle and still have a great bar that runs across the ages like a liquor-scented perpetual motion machine. Then there are those places that manage to be both great bars and have great names. The Billy Goat in Chicago. But, again, what makes a great bar name? The rules were simple: the names had to be completely unique.
This pride month, the LGBTQ community learned of the closing or imminent closing of two big queer dance bars that cater to the under 21 crowd. Just this week, the Mid Atlantic learned that one of Washington D. The District of Columbia in particular has seen many of our favorite queer bars close over the past decade for various reasons. Over the next ten years we saw the closure of a score of queer social spaces, like dance club Apex, queer bar Omega, and D. Many of these closings were precipitated by real estate deals, rather than empty coffers. In fact, all over the U.
Fans Of The DC Eagle Are ‘Deeply Saddened’ That Its Closing After Almost 50 Years
The Glorious Health and Art Gallery is a gay owned art gallery with an approved DC inspected steam and shower area where you can relax looking at Washington DC's gay artists paintings and exhibitions. The place bills itself as an art gallery, a spa and a community center catering to gay men. Due to Covid restrictions, the steam room section, the boxing area and the artist room storage rentals are temporarily closed. No dress code except for face mask you can walk around naked, but with a face mask. Free lube and condoms, free wifi, free parking, free lockers.
Williams and the D. Council cannot continue to ignore the displacement of the homosexual entertainment district. Siegel, who is an Advisory Neighborhood Commission member for the area. Council member Jim Graham, Ward 1 Democrat and one of two openly homosexual council members, said he expects political pressure to defend the homosexual club scene.