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“You'll also see the weekend "T" friendly types there too.”
...the REAL reason to visit Boston !.
...Jacques is NOT closed (never was!)...
Jacques remains the REAL; moreover, BEST reason to visit Boston. Jacques still transitions from a quaint neighborhood taproom to a quirky, riotous venue for over-the-top party fun. Plan ahead and call early for your party reservations. Knock-your-socks-off shows begin around 10 PM, seven nights a week.
...See the Parade; celebrate your PRIDE Saturday, June 8th and rub elbows and whatnots with kindred spirits at Jacques. Extended hours all Pride Weekend.
...See you there...
Fun, Fun, FUN!. This place is SO fun to go to. I went to see a friend perform in a drag show. All the performers came up to the audience and involved us. The songs were fun. It was just a great experience. It's nice to go check out when you're not doing anything special.
Awesome Night. I went to the 8:00 show to start out the night for a bachelorette party and what a way to get the night going!!!! We had so much fun and the whole place was having a blast. I highly recommend going here for a fun and memorable night out and I will definitely return. Its a good idea to call ahead and reserve a table.
This place is the best. The best around I meet my love there and we have been together for 3yrs and she is lookin more like a women every day thanks
Drag, Trans, GLBT, All Welcome All The Time! Dragtastic night out!. This place if definitely not your Las Vegas type of drag show/lounge. It's been around for ages, it's a classic dive bar and sometimes just plain ole tacky night out. But, it's FUNNNN! The place gets all kinds of people from the usual gay boys and drag queens to weekend bachelorette parties. You'll also see the weekend "T" friendly types there too. It's such a fun mix of everything you really can't have a bad time here. Bring your cash even though there is an ATM, get some cheap but good drinks and watch the show on stage AND in the crowd!
Boston's only place where one can see rock and rollers rubbing shoulders with drag queens..
Jacques sports a bright red, tacky-yet-elegant ambience and a melting-pot quality that's rare in local gay clubs. Drag queens were the club's usual clientele for decades when the club was home to a truly underground scene--Jacques' owner once boasted that he was the first Boston promoter to book the notorious cross-dressing disco group the Village People. Live rock bands play Friday and Saturday nights, while most other nights feature colorful female impersonators.
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