Andrew Christian
11/25/14

Weho Queens Weigh in on Flaming Saddles WeHo

Oooooo gurrrrrrl!!!!

These WeHo Queens are digging into WeHo's newest gay bar & honey there's soooooo much shade being spilled on the Flaming the Saddles that the lights went off at the tanning salon down the block.


If that isn't a warm welcome to WeHo we don't know what is!!

LOL ... we can't wait to sell our holes for drink tickets!! 

xoxo
Cambodia









22 comments:

  1. Fuck this new place, Woody was right if its not his event, there is no point and even wasting your breathe!!

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  2. I love Barber, he is nice.

    Woody, shut up, and go back to upstate Ny. Yuck. And give this new joint a try without judging! Sheesh.

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  3. Airplane Mode? Really Lucas John Junkin? Someone forgot to pay their phone bill.

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    1. Hi from Brazi.. Been celebrating my birthday all week. #checkmysocialmedia #livingthedream #notsorryhater

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  4. Why don't you check it out and see before you jump to conclusions? I admit it's likely not my thing, but I'll at least give it a chance. And you should wish EVERY Weho business well.
    We don't benefit from having empty store fronts and closed businesses.
    Support Weho don't root against it!!

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  5. Looked inside as I walked past tonight, which I guess was their grand opening? It just seems so… gimmicky.. and not at all WeHo's taste. Is this really what the gays in New York like? If so--- remind me never to go to NY

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  6. What a bunch of bitch's. You want to pick the place a apart as though you are experts on everything. The New York bar is a fun place to go for a drink with friends and hang out and yes it's a country theme. Not every bar should be the same ole thing and they are offering something different that is casual and fun.

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  7. Popped in for their friends and family night yesterday, wasn't sure what to expect but it ended up being a really good time and I must say the venue has never looked better!

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  8. It was too bright inside, if they are going to have such unattractive staff they should at least dim the lights.

    Who choreographed the numbers? they were hilariously awful. I couldn't believe that anyone would be so desperate for work that they would subject themselves to such humiliation.

    The club looked better but unfinished there weren't any lights behind the bar which was just weird with how brightly lit the rest of the club was.

    It was crowded for a minute but then everyone emptied out.

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  9. why should we support something that's tacky and embarrassing, owned by straight people who were HORRIBLE to the people at Eleven, and wouldn't even interview them, even though some of that staff can dance especially too stupid shit-kicking country choreography. all of Eleven's staff lost their jobs...even though i am not sorry about Rich going back to being "a patron" and not have to pretend we like him any more.

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  10. The people that lost their jobs along with Rich, scheduled a farewell party knowing that it was not their club anymore. They asked to be kicked out & that's just what happened. I don't care if it's a lesbian bar now. As long it's not another Cooley/SBE, I'm good. I many ex employees of Eleven working to sue Rich so he won't have a penny left after paying them & taxes on that measly sale. This town is too small & y'all need lives.

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  11. I really enjoy it. It's a lot less pretentious then Eleven was, and a more relaxed, fun, and welcoming environment. Best of luck to 'em! Was there Tuesday night, walked by Friday, went in again Saturday. Happy to see it gaining traction.

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  12. NYC Saddles is an option for a low key wkday drink or happy hr with straights before they hit their LIRR connection...or b&t wkend tourists..

    NYC'ers don't see it as a place to 'club' or 'be seen' at all which seems prevalent (and tired) on smb.. there's Viva when we felt T mode, Cielo when we felt G mode, westway or lebain when we feel C mode, Atlas when we feel LA/insert tourist town pretending to know NY mode, and shit-ton of other places to choose from depending on which bi-polar personality we wanted to play out that day..

    but nowadays, in NYC you can go up 2 floors in this to get your grindr fcuk, and 4 floors down for your grindr spoon....

    mmmm NYC convenience right thurrr, hopefully move back soon if it weren't for work sighhh

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  13. where did kevin and matt from eleven go?

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  14. The Disneyfication of Weho is here!

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  15. overall not a bad bar- good change of pace from the usual bars. NYC location feels more gritty and real though. this feels like a movie set. very clean and sterile. i was there last night. the owners- a husband and wife i think, were MICRO-MANAGING the fuck out of the place. the wife told 3 happy girls that were dancing to not dance in the area they were because it was distracting to the staff? whatever the fuck that means....? she was bossing everyone around- really distracting to the CUSTOMERS. the husband was running around moving things around, picking up half empty glasses that people were still drinking because he was trying to keep it clean... just ridiculous shit like that. i say, owners: STAY HOME and let us enjoy ourselves or this bar will be closed in 3 months.

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    1. AMEN
      Bar/club owners are the WORST. Hire managers you trust and chill the fuck out. Nobody- staff or clientele- wants you grabbing drinks from people and pissing off customers with your stupid power trips. it's the most annoying thing ever. Stay home!

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  16. Where did Matt and Kevin from Eleven go???

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  17. isn't Shawn Barber too old for the bars yet? time to grow up kids!

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  18. I don't understand all these people that claim that this bar is 'working in NYC.' I'm bi-coastal and had an apartment in Hells Kitchen and now stay in hotels every 6 weeks while I'm working from my NYC office - and I can tell you that the NYC location definitely DOES NOT work. Its rare to see the place full - even on the weekend. Whats worse is that I witnessed on two occasions the counter top dancers accidentally kicked patrons drinks to the point they shattered everywhere. I only went to this place bc I used to date a guy from Atlanta. It won't work here - trust me.

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  19. Shayne Bricker, bless his heart. 30 year old "college jock" rentboy.. #winner

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