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Old 04-26-2012, 08:55 PM
 
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The strip has improved a lot over the last 2 years. The more ghetto-ish bars have been pushed farther down North Main, and the left over bars have been renovated into cleaner pub, wine bars and dance club bars, catering to a more upscale crowd than in the past. The Bonham used to be a gay friendly bar, but not really anymore, since the strip has improved. The Bonham really turned their back on the gay crowd, which made it easy for the strip.
Sorry but I don't agree with most of your statement. I have a hard time using the term "upscale" to describe any of the gay bars here, even bonham.

When we have a bar that you can fully relax in and go to the bathroom without standing in a long line first then I will say there is improvement. Anyone who has been to a gay bar here knows how horrendous simply taking a leak can be.

They are all pretty much crap compared to what I have seen outside of SA.
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Old 04-26-2012, 09:26 PM
 
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One of my major issues with the gay bars here is that majority (on the strip) are owned by the same group therefore the motivation to improve them is seriously lacking.

I haven't been to the gay bars in years but if I *had* to go, I would go to bonham exhcange over the strip any time.

I am glad that indoor smoking got banned.
As I said, a lot has changed in the last two years.
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