Leon's to open Triple L, a new leather lounge
Next week, a reader will start a semi weekly column chronicling his visits as a straight guy to local gay bars. (He's heard all the jokes - so save it).
A big fan of Leon's, he sent along this tip: Baltimore's oldest gay bar - and incidentally, 32nd best bar - will open a new leather lounge called Triple L next week.
The lounge will be located behind Leon's, a space that has had many names over the years.
First, it was notorious dive Tyson's Place. But after owner Ben Davis died, Leon's owner Ron Singer bought it and renamed it Nadds - as in, New Age Dine and Dance. Later, realizing the name didn't catch on, he called it Singer's*.
Triple L will have its official opening November 6, with karaoke, 2 for 1 rails and a happy hour buffet, which, at a leather lounge, is bound to be super sanitary.
The ad for the new lounge is after the jump. Beware, chaps are involved.
Triple L's ad in City Paper:
Photo: Chiaki Kawajiri/Baltimore Sun
*The owner of Leon's is Singer, not Springer. Post has been corrected.