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We take "drinking to excess" seriously at The Dallas Eagle. This includes allowing any customer who may have had too much to drink to be served a drink. Sometimes, they arrive here "after the fact" that they have already had enough or too much to drink. We make every effort to catch these at the door, but if by chance they hide it well enough to get into the building, our bar staff is trained and aware of symptoms to watch for.
We are all here to have a good time. We serve alcohol. That means customers are going to be consuming alcohol. The tough part is that customer knowing when to cut back or stop the alcohol intake, and switch to non-alcoholic beverages. Our employees are trained to watch for these critical moments and suggest alternative beverages, food, or leaving the club if necessary in a taxi. It is not always easy to know when that point has been reached, but we have to keep a constant watch for potential problems.
The Dallas Eagle offers a sizable selection of Non-alcoholic alternatives from water, juices, energy drinks, and soft drinks. Coffee is also available, and is free for the asking. Sometimes, your bartender may suggest one of these drinks, and possibly insist that you have it instead of alcohol. If this occurs, he is looking out for you, your safety, and our license. We take drunkenness very seriously, and will do whatever necessary to protect the customer, our employees, and our license. Your safety inside our building and getting you home safely are always a top priority at The Dallas Eagle.
Please remember that our employees will never intentionally over-serve you, encourage you to over drink, or push alcoholic beverages upon you. You are adults, and you should know your own limitations, but that sometimes does not happen. It is then that our employees will take over that decision for you, and tell you politely that you should have a non-alcoholic beverage and to slow down your consumption, eat something, or possibly leave the establishment in a taxi. Please be aware that a licensed premise is REQUIRED BY LAW to make sure that an intoxicated customer does not drive a car. That may mean taking your keys away, arranging a ride home with friends or a taxi. The law further requires us to report any intoxicated customer leaving the club to drive their own car, giving license number of car and description of said car. That is not something that we want to do!
A taxicab ride is MUCH less expensive than a DWI or DUI, and certainly better than killing yourself or someone else. PLEASE, cooperate if you find yourself in this position, and accept the taxi ride in lieu of driving. We will all be safer, and we will both avoid a mountain of legal problems!
Thanks for coming to The Dallas Eagle. Know your limit, stick to it, and do NOT drive a car if you have had too much to drink!
The Dallas Eagle was founded by Matt Miller and Mark Frazier. In 1995, Mark came up with the idea of opening a leather bar in Dallas because he felt there was a need in the DFW Leather Community. Dallas had a bar that many from the Leather community frequented, but that bar had decided to change to a more progressive atmosphere. The Leather Community was offered a small stand alone building located by the current club.
As Matt and Mark began to seriously consider opening a leather bar many individuals repeatedly expressed that a new bar would last less than a year because the Leather Community was “fickle” and “never supportive”. However, with Mark’s active role in the local, regional, National and International Leather Community, he knew he could promote the bar to the Leather Community and count on their support.
After a location was chosen, the remodel of the future Dallas Eagle began in February 1995. It took Matt and Mark about six weeks to remodel the bar to something they felt would appeal to the leather community. Shades of Grey, a leather store, anchored the bar with an on site shop on the second floor of the bar.
In April on 1995 the bar opened with their signature ad stating the “The Eagle Has Landed”. The Dallas Eagle had the support of numerous clubs, organizations, and dignitaries from local, regional, national and international communities. The bar captured headlines with it opening throughout the US, Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand and Germany.
The Leather Knights became the first club to call the Eagle home. Others include TGRA, NLA Dallas, Lone Star Cigar Men, Dallas Big Men’s Club, DFW leatherboys, Eagle Bears, Discipline Corps and the Dallas boys of Leathers. The Dallas Bears, as well as numerous bowling, softball and other sporting teams, soon followed.
The Dallas Eagle developed respected reputation in contest circuits. For ten consecutive years the Dallas Eagle sponsored contestants ranked in the top twenty at International Mr. Leather including two winners of IML, Stephen Webber and Jeffrey Payne. The Eagle’s reputation in the Drummer and Leather Sir/boy contests were equally respected and had nine top three finishers over a twelve year period.
The Dallas Eagle hosted numerous events under the ownership of Matt and Mark, including South Plains Leather Fest, International Master/slave Weekend, The International Leather Sir/boy/Community Boot Black Contests, Texas Gay Rodeo Association, United Court of the Lone Star Investiture, Ms World Leather, International Ms Leather, Texas Bear Round Up and many more.
In December 2007, Matt and Mark decided it was time to pursue other goals and sell their first joint business. Mark wanted to leave the bar business and Matt wanted to concentrate on their other nightclub, Dallas Woody’s Sports and Video Bar. Matt and Mark sold the Dallas Eagle. Mark sold his share of the Dallas Woody’s to Matt and relocated from Dallas. David and Nick became new owners of the bar and began a new adventure with the Dallas Eagle.
Mark returned to the Dallas Eagle in July 2010, in partnership with David. In January, 2011, David relinquished his share of the Dallas Eagle and Mark joined forces with Jeffrey Payne and Patrick Sweeny. In 2013, Patrick relinquished his shares of the Dallas Eagle and Randal Kinnear joined the team of partners. Randal relinquished his shares later in 2014. Mark, in the latter part of 2015, relinquished his shares to Jeffrey. Jeffrey has created a diverse and active ownership of the Dallas Eagle as the Eagle continues to grow and evolve, while still staying true to its original mission.
The Dallas Eagle is now located across the parking lot from the original site. The Eagle boasts a larger venue and a huge outdoor patio area. The Eagle continues to be the premier Leather bar in Greater Dallas/Ft. Worth and participate with other organizations in supporting the community through service and fund raising. Likewise, the Eagle continues to be the home of the founding club, Leather Knights along with NLA:Dallas, Discipline Corps, Lone Star Cigar Men, Eagle Bears, United Court of the Lone Star Empire, Dallas Bears, Texas Gay Rodeo Association along with newer groups like DFW Leather Corps and Dallas Diablos.
The Dallas Eagle legacy continues…
The Dallas Eagle has supported many worthy charities directly and through the organizations that hold fund raisers and benefits at the bar. Giving back to our community is an important part of being good neighbors. Since 1994, the Dallas Eagle has given over 1.1 million dollars to local and national charities. We are committed to supporting the following organizations through contribution of our resources:
We invite you to familiarize yourself with these organizations and contribute generously. To make a suggestion of an organization that would benefit from our support please contact us.
2019 - Pike
2018 - Duane Cole
2017 - Rylee
2016 - John Pates
2015 - Larry Carter
2014 - Kody Nance
2013 - Charlie Roberts
2012 - Mark “Major” Jiminez
2011 - Scott Moore
2010 - Jack Duke (Mr. Texas Leather 2010)
2009 - Jeffrey Payne (IML #31, Mr. Texas Leather 2009)
2008 - Darrell Larson
2007 - Julian Harris (Mr. Texas Leather 2007)
2006 - Scott Davis
2005 - Johnny Brown
2004 - Rick Iber (Mr. Texas Leather 2004)
2003 - Chris Beck
2002 - Ed Whittler
2001 - Maverick
2000 - Dave Grainger
1999 - (None Selected)
1998 - Ronnie Fanshier (Appointed)
1997 - Jackson Myers (Appointed)