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Although it's a gay bar, a group of 30 friends (gay & straight) gathered for drinks at Uncle Charlie's. After dinner at the Chinese restaurant next door, we went up the stairs and the fun began.
Live music - Kevin Windley on vocals and open...More
Stumbled across this place by accident. Started in the front bar with a few quiet drinks, very friendly. Noticed a piano being played in the back room - and ended up staying till 4. Busy bar, great drinks, and the fella playing a mix of...More
My partner and I went to Uncle Charlie's last night, Saturday. We live 10 blocks down the street. Much to my delight, they were featuring male dancers. The dancers were all really attractive and super friendly. In fact, early on we met several other patrons...More
Wonderful bar with friendly staff. Split between a traditional bar in the front and a piano bar (with sing-a-longs) in the back. Full of energy and excitement with reasonable drink prices. Oh ya, it's gay if that's an issue for you.
My partner and I found this place because we wanted to discover a sit down, neighborhood bar in mid-town, where we could relax and not have to deal with the tension and games inherent to the places that cater to "Twinks". This place had a...More
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