DRAMA FREE ZONE!!.
Ive going here off and on and can proudly say it's one of the few gay establishments in the Central Valley Ive Never Been Kicked Out Of..Its Ok if U get lucky and meet some out of towners On One OF Their Theme Nights..Alot Of Regulars..Sweet Bartenders,Its Great!! If Ur into A More Mature Crowd, This Is The Bar 2 Be @
The biggest yawn in town.
This has got to be one of the worst clubs ever built. Everything is out in the open, there is no seclusion spots, the music is a throwback to the video 80s, and there is literally nothing to do here.
If your idea of entertainmant is listening to the bartender's stories and observations, than this could be the place for you. Other than that . . . I am saving my party money for out of town clubs in the big city.
Good Socializing Place.
Great place to hang out and socialize. They have a patio where you can smoke and drink with of course a few tables out there. Id say best day to go is either Friday or Saturday.
A gay/lesbian dance bar that's hard to find, but worth the effort.
The Scene:. The Scene: This almost hidden bar with the drab gray exterior, located literally on the wrong side of the railroad tracks, is easy to overlook. But inside, with neon light lining a sizable dance floor and trip-hop and house booming from a quality sound system, visitors realize this gay/lesbian bar is much more than they first thought. The bar also offers a handful of pool tables and electronic darts for day visitors and a DJ after 10pm. Many of the Express crowd stop by here before the club opens, paying no cover and partaking of quality mixed drinks. The atmosphere is relaxing and a smoking room can be used behind the bar. The music is low and conducive to conversations which makes the place seem more like a neighborhood bar than a nightclub. The 30-45 year-old mostly female crowd dresses casual and spends the night drinking beer, laughing and playing pool. Tuesday is swing night, Thursday is Latin music and Sunday is country.