Brass Rail Is Back

In May, developer Tom Sherwood Sr. opened the Diving Horse Cabaret and Steakhouse, formerly the sprawling Club Tru entertainment complex, which began as a tiny gay bar called the Brass Rail.

By Ray Schweibert
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1. markanthony said... on Oct 17, 2011 at 10:21AM

“what's the new phone number of brass rail bar..?
the old number is a jewerly store”

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2. Anonymous said... on Jul 14, 2012 at 12:27PM

“The place is closed once again and turned into a straight of 6/2012”


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