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By Brayden Garcia. Haynes said he felt that he had to do something: The bar was special to him, and for many people it was home. So after talking it over with his parents, he bought the Club, which is reopening this weekend with drag shows scheduled for tonight and Saturday. The bar had a soft opening this week. Haynes credits the bar staff and his friends for giving the Club a fighting chance to reopen.
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There are few larger and move dynamic concentrations of gay bars and clubs in the world than along the "Strip" in Oak Lawn , the 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. Beyond that, you'll find a very fun gay bar, Barbara's Pavillion, over in what's become one of the hippest and quite gay-popular neighborhoods in the city, Oak Cliff, which is home to the arty and trendy Bishop Arts District, which is about a minute drive south of Oak Lawn on the other side of downtown. This formerly modest and more residential neighborhood of small craftsman homes has emerged in recent years into one of the most intriguing districts in Dallas, a pedestrian-friendly, low-keyed antidote to some of the flashier, modern, and sometimes more sprawling areas of the city. Another area with a similarly eclectic and mixed scene is Lower Greenville, which is an easy drive just east-northeast of Oak Lawn, north of downtown, and west of beautiful White Rock Lake and the Dallas Arboretum.
My partner Logan and I live in the Oak Cliff part of town, approximately 4 miles southwest of Downtown Dallas, 2 miles from the very cool and trendy Bishop Arts area, and around 4 miles from the new Trinity Groves restaurants and boutiques. It's a quiet neighborhood, yet very close to Highways 35E, 30, 45 and During warmer weather, the pool is very relaxing in our semi-private backyard. We share our home with our dachshund puppy sorry, she's a bit of a barker when she first meets you and we all look forward to welcoming you. During warmer weather, the pool is ver