Are you staying in Boston tonight? Check out dbar’s 80s night with DJ Jay Ine playing all the 80s classics. I can already hear the extended remix of Madonna’s Get Into The Groove playing. You too can Get Into the Groove at dbar from 10PM – 2AM. More info about tonight’s fun here.
Little known fact about Jay & BosGuy: we attended the same high school up in Manchester, NH and use to hang out in the late 80s.
Looking for something to do later today? Not ready to say good bye to the weekend? Go to dbar for their Harvest Tea Dance from 4 – 8 PM and say hello to my friend Brit, working behind the bar and Jim, who’ll be playing the music.
Mark your calendars and tell your friends that next Sunday is the third annual summer sports tea dance at dbar. The fun starts at 4pm and a $10 suggested cover will help support the local non-profit, Victory Programs.
Sunday, August 25th from 4-8 pm at dBar
Have questions? Never been to one of dBar’s tea dances? Give me a shout and I’ll fill you in – otherwise I hope to see you there.
Today from 4 to 8 PM at dBar in Dorchester
Just a reminder that this afternoon dBar is hosting their summer tea dance with proceeds going to DotOut. DJ Gay Jim from Kiss 108 will be spinning the Tea Dance tunes. A $10 donation is suggested to benefit local Dorchester charities.
Never been before? Check out pictures from last year’s summer Tea Dance at dbar, here.
Sunday, February 24th from 4-8pm dbar will host their Snowball Beach Party Tea Dance.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their speedos to compete in a bathing suit contest. Yours truly will pass on the contest but is looking forward to stopping by to rub shoulders with friends and acquaintances. If you’ve never been to dbar, use this as an opportunity to check out Dorchester’s only gay bar. The tea dances can get very crowded so arrive early to enjoy all the fun. The crowd tends to be very friendly, but if you don’t know anyone, look for me and introduce yourself. I always enjoy meeting nice guys.
Looking for dinner plans this weekend? Consider checking out dbar. The Dorchester restaurant and bar has responded to the Chick-Fil-A controversy in a very positive and creative manner. Best of all, a portion of their proceeds this weekend will go to GLAAD’s Speak Out Against Chick-Fil-A campaign.
Sunday from 4-8PM is the summer Tea Dance presented by DotOUT at dbar in Dorchester.
The summer Tea Dance is a guaranteed fun time. Here are a few photos from the 2011 Summer Tea Dance presented by DotOUT last year.
2011 DotOUT Tea Dance @dbar
Hope to see you there. Be sure to stop by the DJ booth and say hello to Gay Jim from KISS 108. I know I’ll be requesting Cazwell’s Rice & Beans.
dBar released a cute 2 minute video of the gay bar’s Pride Photo shoot down in Provincetown. Bonus points to those who can identify the notorious location of the shoot. Clearly dBar was inspired by the uber sexy Andrew Christian tribute to Kat Graham video. It looks like Jesse, Chris and Myles had a lot of fun and I suppose that’s what really counts.
Want to see the naughty video that inspired the g-rated dBar version? Check it out here.
Formerly an Irish-style pub,dBar can get rowdy later in the evening – especially on Tuesdays when they host “Show Tune Tuesdays” or on the weekends, so for that reason I suggest going on Sunday’s, Monday’s and Wednesday’s when its easy to get a table and you won’t be shouting over DJs or show tunes.
The menu, created by Executive Chef, Chris Coombs, is typically American but inspired by French cooking. Its approachable without being boring, meaning that both picky eaters and those looking for something different can sit at the same table and find something they’d like. When we sat down for dinner we started with lobster bisque for $8.00 and the beet trio salad with goat cheese croquette (mmm), candied hazelnuts, and croutons for $11.00.For dinner we ordered two of the restaurant’s most popular plates, the crispy organic chicken breast served with mashed potato, steamed broccoli in a delicious oyster mushroom-madeira jus for $18.00 and the sirloin burger, frites and salad for $12.50. The chicken and burger were both cooked to perfection. The portions ran large, making us leave with a slight food coma. dBar does Dorchester proud and is worth trying. In the summer, many of the vegetables and herbs on the plates served are grown fresh atop the roof of dBar. The restaurant is open 7-days a week and has a full bar. If you are interested in trying dBar you can call them at (617) 265-4490 or stop by for a visit at 1236 Dorchester Ave. You can find dBar online at, www.dbarboston.com.
It was just a few months ago that I posted photos from dbar’s Harvest Tea Dance. Tomorrow, Sunday – February 26th, dbar will host their winter Tea Dance. Although temperatures are chilly in Boston this weekend, there will be no snowballs to worry about, and with a speedo contest encouraging people to arrive in beach attire, this could be an interesting way to spend your Sunday afternoon. Will you be going?
MCSlimJB a Boston-based restaurant critic, tweeted that the Union Park Neighborhood Association was contacted by Deuxave / dbar owner with plans to open a steakhouse in the old Penny Savings building on Washington Street.
Back in August I listed this as a rumor that had been buzzing through the neighborhood in my post Dishing some South End gossip. However, I thought Brian Piccini (owner of Deuxave and dbar) was unable to make this happen. There’s no word about what hurdles remain for this to happen or when the unnamed restaurant will open for business, but stay tuned.
Thanks to Adam and his hospitality blog for the tip.