A very lively bar in the heart of the Oaklawn area in Dallas. They have 2 bars downstairs and 1 br Great place and drinks are good.
Just days after the story of a transgender woman kicked out of a Dallas gay bar for no reason captured national attention, the bar has announced the firing of the on-duty manager who handled the incident. We are against discrimination of any kind, and work diligently with all employees to ensure that our bar is a welcoming space for everyone to celebrate. We respect and value people from all communities and will continue to advocate for diversity and inclusivity.
By Chris Siron. Fifty people were killed and dozens more were hospitalized after a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla. The attack is being investigated as an act of terrorism.
Back to Itineraries. This Oak Lawn neighborhood hotspot serves comfort food in a retro-themed space where everyone feels like a regular. Pour yourself some coffee at the bar or request something more potent alongside an order of banana pancakes, and flip through the Dallas Voicethe premier source for gay and lesbian news and entertainment.
Dallas' annual Pride celebration takes over the city on the third weekend each September —and with it comes a host of events, ranging from a massive festival in Reverchon Park to a parade down the Cedar Springs strip. But the fun doesn't slow down when Pride is over. After all, Dallas is home to one of the largest gay populations in the country, and as such— it has a vibrant and diverse nightlife scene that caters to the LGBTQ crowd.
The modern gay rights movement started in a bar. The Stonewall Inn, to be specific — a mafia-owned dive occasionally raided by police, the owners of which sometimes blackmailed its closeted customers. It had flaws, but it also had a legendary jukebox and gave Manhattan queers a place to enjoy themselves while temporarily forgetting about the endless harassment, humiliations and homicides awaiting them outdoors.
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By Andrew Collins. There are few larger and move dynamic concentrations of gay bars and clubs in the world than along the "Strip" in Oak Lawnthe long-time GLBT quadrant of one of the nation's largest cities. You'll find more than a dozen lounges and clubs along with both casual and trendy restaurants as well as plenty of colorful boutiques within a few blocks of each other in this bustling neighborhood centered on the fabulous and flirty intersection of Cedar Springs Road and Throckmorton Street.