CRUISING for SEX Listings The largest free database of sex listings in the world! Plus free message board, free chat, free personals, and free amateur photo galleries. If you're a man wanting to hook up with a man, this site is what you've been looking for! en-us Baltimore Eagle I was shocked when I went in to find a restaurant-style bar with dance music playing, like at some twink dance club. There were lots of women there who were [b]not[/b] gay. It was nothing like the Eagles across the country. Albeit, the place is beautiful, just not what I expected. [hr][i]Simply to survive in today's market a lot of former traditional gay men's leather bars have become a just a bit more pansexual, like The Ripcord I mentioned below, or they add more dance with leather muscle men in their promotion, like [url=]Eagle Houston[/url], or they try something else. If the bar's not in a magnet like NYC, San Francisco, Chicago, Amsterdam, Berlin, etc., it's challenging. And even there, the cost of staying open always rises. In other cities, an Eagle might move to a lower-rent neighborhood [url=]as in DC[/url] instead of moving from place to place near Mt. Vernon Square as they used to, trying to stay ahead of developers. From their web site, this Eagle seems to have a broader set of events than I'm used to, too. You and I might be more comfortable in their [url=]Code Bar[/url]. ~ Editor[/i] Wed, 19 Apr 2017 15:33:51 GMT Baltimore Eagle Reopened January 2016:[quote]...What makes the new Baltimore Eagle distinct from the old bar is its diversification. The complex features not only a leather "Code" bar, where fetish wear is required to enter, but a sports bar, an outdoor patio area, and a small dance floor on the first floor. Upstairs, there's Nest nightclub, which has a stage for drag shows, musical acts, and entertainers, and can be rented out for private parties. And there's a packaged goods store that will sell wine, beer and liquor, a fetish art gallery, and a leather shop " all scheduled to open two weeks or so after the main bar....[/quote][url=]The Baltimore Eagle is Ready to Fly[/url] [hr][i]I'm so grateful to you for the update. I think someone had mentioned the re-opening to me, but I hadn't seen a news story like this. The photos look great, not to mention the interview with the co-owner. He truly illuminates what it takes to keep a leather bar going today. Although [url=]The Ripcord[/url] here in Houston has successfully reached a more diverse patronage while remaining true to the leather community, what the Baltimore Eagle is doing is above and beyond. I hope I have a chance to visit; I occasionally went to the older incarnation in the late 80s and early 90s when I lived in DC. ~ Editor[/i] Sat, 25 Mar 2017 17:47:13 GMT Baltimore Eagle Place is closed. [hr][i]The Eagle web site is still up with information about their renovation and the status of their permit to re-open. ~ Editor[/i] Sat, 25 Oct 2014 20:19:26 GMT Baltimore Eagle Closed. [hr][i]Check back on their web site. They say they plan to re-open. ~ Editor[/i] Thu, 18 Jul 2013 21:37:44 GMT Baltimore Eagle It seems these days the crowd is mostly black. Even a few twinks, too. Not much like it used to be. Sat, 14 Aug 2010 19:16:27 GMT