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Eagle LA

4219 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029
2006 today
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The current location of Eagle LA has served as home to many gay bars over the years dating back 44 years. It was known as the Shed from 1968-1972  The Outcast from 1972-1983,  the famous Gauntlet II from 1983-2005, then later, Eagle LA.

Gauntlet II was in operation for 21 years. Then, in the summer of 2005 Charlie and business partner Vince decided to buy the bar with the intention of making a name change. In April 2006, Eagle LA was born, or, reborn as it may be. There was an original Eagle LA located in West Hollywood at the corner of Santa Monica Blvd. and Fairfax. It operated for 15 years and closed in 1995. Although that Eagle is of no relation to Charlie or Vince, they are proud to reestablish the Eagle LA and become the latest in a long line of Eagle bars in cities throughout the US and around the world. It has always been their mission to uphold the Leather/Uniform/Fetish traditions set forth by the infamous Eagle name and that traditions still holds true today.

In January 2021, The Eagle was one of several LGBTQ businesses to raise funds to prevent permanent closure in the face of the COVID pandemic. Over $150,000 was raised via a GoFundMe campaign.