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Reviews

Juicy1
Juicy1
Over a year ago

Quieter than Faultline

If the crowd or even the line to get in on Sundays at Faultline is a bit daunting, try the Eagle.Generally local group but they warm up after a while to newcomers.


Sargebehr
Sargebehr
Over a year ago

Best In The West

Has remants of pat leather bars - hot visuals, lots of activity, some event going on all the time to draw a crowd - which this bar does very successfully. Very friendly and coureous staff and Owner (Charlie), layout is great - has two patio areas (one roofed and can be enclosed) for smokers and seclusion in additon to a good-size 'main room' and a back room (w/full-service bar) area. Free street parking is extremely limited, but valet parking is available from 9:00 PM on ($7.00) Thursday through Sunday (afternoons) and is worth it. The 'hood can be 'iffy', but if you have the proper 'attitude', you should have no problems. Music is perfect - somewhat 'loud' at times inside the two inside rooms, but not so in both patio areas; great for conversations and 'encounters'. One of the very best leather bars in this country - and you'll have a great time!


FYREDUP
FYREDUP
Over a year ago

It's not as mean as it looks!

Great place to chill in t's, tennis, caps and jeans.You don't have to be a complete leather head to feel welcomed!Not The best drinks but after a 1or2 it really doesn't matter you can strike up a conversation w/ just about anyone and have a great time!Some cruising and lots of sexual tension, but thats a leather bar for you!


barnekl
barnekl
Over a year ago

Leather and more

Great bar however parking was almost impossible. Nice bartenders (handsome too) but clientel not as friendly as I expected. Had great time, good hangout!


KenAqua
KenAqua
Over a year ago

Fun Times

1st time there had a wounderful time. From Phoenix Az. went to the bars in west hollywood had no fun till I went to the Eagle.


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