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Barracuda

Night Clubs & Lounges
Majority of guests: straights (women and men)
 
Barracuda
 (Branch of business: Night Clubs & Lounges)
Address 9 NW Second Ave
97209 Portland, OR
Oregon, USA
Phone: 503 228-6900
 
 
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Events @ Barracuda
Portland Hot Flash Dances
Name of the event: Portland Hot Flash Dances
Type of event: Lesbians
Languages of the website: English
Frequency/Date of the event: each fourth Saturday a month
Event starts: 06:00 p.m.
Event ends: 10:00 p.m.
Entrance rate (including minimum consumption):8 US $
Clientele: Majority or all guests are lesbian (women)




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