A Place To Get Your Groove And Shackles On
Heralded as "Toronto's Original Cruise Bar," The Black Eagle is located at the heart of Toronto's Gay Village at Church and Wellesley. Since it opened in 1994, The Black Eagle's dark recesses have catered to the local cruising community, particularly those active in the local leather, S&M, and fetish scenes. Its décor is dungeon-inspired: cages,... more
The Black Eagle is Toronto's leading gay leather bar. It has two floors, the interior décor is sort of industrial in good keeping with what a gay leather bar should look like. The bartenders are efficient, helpful and friendly as is the crowd. Unlike many gay leather bars, this one is a good one to go to wearing your colors especially if you happen to belong to a major organization such as... more
I have always enjoyed myself in this establishment ,the security staff always very respectful,the drinks are reasonable the music is good but depending on the night....Other than that cute boys ,nice place ,good drinks.The upstairs is also nice with a dark room on one side and a terrace on the other.
S@!%!y bar, lame night. The places in the South were more welcoming than this misogynistic bull. Expensive, weak drinks, inattentive barkeep, and a real jerk of a bouncer. Shaming leather since 2003. As for kink night, one bored rope bottom and a flimsy top does not make for a decent time.