You won't be disappointed. S4 is a pretty all-inclusive gay bar, with an eclectic mix of patrons of all ages. Have you recently watched a few episodes of The L Word or Queer as Folk and want to get that stereotypical fabulous bar experience? If you like this story, consider signing up for our email newsletters. No Thanks Sign Up. Nothing beats a party at a gay bar. If we're going to make a list like this, we have to talk about Woody's.
Yes, it's a gay bar, but that doesn't matter, because there's not a better place to catch a Cowboys game in the metroplex.
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Friday's notorious Karaoke Night brings out Denton's most enchanting characters; so much so that there was even a song written about one. Situated on the corner of Maple and Inwood, this leather legend might be dark and intimidating on the outside, but on the inside, it might just be the most welcoming of Dallas' gay bars. This old-school Western bar is a great, laid-back bar, righ, smack in the center of the Cedar Springs strip — making it a favorite for off-duty bronc busters and Lady Gaga. This edge-of-Oaklawn dive is the epitome of a chill zone. Yeah, that's what it's like after a Sunday at Hidden Door. Don't have an account yet?
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