One of the last times I visited this establishment, the owners were nowhere to be found, as the bouncer was carrying on like a crazy drag-queen with his hair on fire. It was noticeable that he was letting in a slew of rather young-looking customers enter the bar. The entrance of this bar has a clumsy, not-so-friendly-to-customers design, which seems like a bottleneck/hour-glass walkway that gets extremely crowded, leaving you open to eventually getting groped by toothless retirees with serious gingivitis issues sitting out front, as they look for their evening adoption. To the rear of the bar (past the bottleneck walkway -- if you ever make it back there), there's a little more space which surrounds a pool table, make-shift stage for their male dancers, and another bar further towards the back of the establishment. Towards the rear of the place you will find their inadequately-sized coat-check, and a poorly-ventilated restroom requiring the use of an oxygen mask. You may need to bring your own can of Lysol because there's way too much traffic in both bathrooms, which are not cleaned periodically. Drinks are well made (trust me, they're good, but you'll need a strong drink to make for a better night here); most of the bartenders are approachable, one little bartender lacks English skills; the occasional male dancer can entertain the crowd, although you can tell when he's not a gay dancer because he's only shifting left-to-right (as if though he were forcing a bowel movement), without teasing the crowd.
Pros: Music, male dancers, bartenders
Cons: Narrow-crowded entrance, too many drag-queens for a gay bar