Discovery in Little Rock, AR, which contains a huge, tacky auditorium devoted to drag shows. Seven themed bars with different tunes play everything from meringue to house as strippers fill dollar bills into their tight shorts. Oh and the entire complex is awash in the pungent odor of poppers. Detailed information about all U. Ironically, the bar itself was gorgeous but it could never attract a crowd for some reason. She then pulled off the top, dropped the panties, and staggered off, leaving a trail of TP and cotton on the little dirty stage.
However, there was this advantage the place had:
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A little careworn, it's a perennial fave—partly to the cute bartenders who speak English and a few other languages. At one point a couple of us decided to go around the corner just to see what the bathhouse looked like what can I say, we were liquored up baby gays. Oh, and the aroma of vomit and desperation as soon as you entered. Peoples, in Fort Collins, Co. Fireplaces in the winter are fantastic, the multi-level backyard and barbecue rules in the summer. I remember being there one evening and my partner yelling at a friend who was actually eating something from the buffet.
The name and neo-glo sign outside indicate flamboyant fun, but inside Rainbow Bar is nothing more than a small town saloon, and you've got to love it for that. It sure makes a good plot for a story. It's mixed and relaxed, with a fair standard of food and a varied clientele of local and tourists. You can be reborn in any incarnation you'd like at this open, airy venue where Montreal's downtown set come to see and be seen, all with a tongue-in-cheek, of course. Our friend argued with the bartender until we could be served. I remember hearing about it back in the 70s. With pumping pop beats, enjoy a taste of Midwestern man-candy while you cruise the dance floor or chat it up with friends by the fireplace, in the garden, or at its Sidewalk Cafe depending on the season.