Eagle Bar Amsterdam 35 Years

Eagle Bar Amsterdam 35 Years


Eagle is the oldest and most famous casual and leather-denim bar, cruisy and strictly men only. Located at Warmoestraat 90, in the Castro of Amsterdam, The Eagle Amsterdam is the most visited menís bar in town and the most famous gay venue of Amsterdam.



Although this area is traditionally associated with leather-and-denim, the Eagle attracts all types of gays. Men love to come to this place because of the fun options it provides.



The location consists of three floors: the bar is on the ground floor, in the basement there is a communal cruise area to try out all your gym position.



Backrooms in the basement allow you to have chill space. Equipped with dance floor with steady house music, alongside amazing laser lights for the circuit boys. There is a lounge as well a smoking lounge where one can sit and have a chat.



Eagle bar since 1470.



No . The Eagle bar would be the oldest gaybar in the world. But the Eagle bar housed in Amsterdamís oldest building from 1470. This discovery was made during an inspection at the repair work following a fire in 2010.



According to a specialised laboratory in Berlin, the sample of the houseís wooden skeleton dates back to 1470. This makes it 60 years older than the next oldest house in Amsterdam.



There are many gaybars in city arround the world with the name 'Eagle'. But Eagle Amsterdam is a funny club , like no others.
Eagle Bar Amsterdam 35 Years

Eagle is the oldest and most famous casual and leather-denim bar, cruisy and strictly men only.Now this bar is 35 years old and with lot of history.

Eagle is the oldest and most famous casual and leather-denim bar, cruisy and strictly men only.Now this bar is 35 years old and with lot of history.


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