ABQ Eagle Bar Logo - Albuquerque Eagle Bar Logo
ABQ EAGLE Albuquerque NEW MEXICO
Sidewinders Ranch Bar has opened the ABQ Eagle Bar as separate inclusive bar within its facility. ABQ Eagle is open Saturday nights, 9 pm to close, for the leather and kink communities!  Come and enjoy the  cruise or perhaps spontaneous leather and BDSM activities that may occur.    The 1st Saturday of  every month this event is Daddys’ Gear Night (see above).   Check the Sidewinders Website (http://www.sidewindersranch.net/) for details about what special  events will occur on the 2nd to 4th Saturday and other special events.
ABQ Eagle’s Logo was designed to honor the other Eagle Bar logos found in many cities but also provide unique flavor of its home town, Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The shield of this logo is sourced from a portion of the coat of arms from the Spanish Duke of Alburquerque.  This also refers to Albuquerque’s sister city, the Spanish town of Alburquerque, Badajoz.  This name has an extra “r” from the name of the New Mexico city; however, Albuquerque, New Mexico’s name was sourced from the duke with the extra “r.” ABQ Eagle’s logo shield has eight yellow Saiint Andrews’ crosses on a field of red, devices which are appropriately aligned with the theme of a leather bar.   ABQ Eagle displays a functional Saint Andrews cross used for demonstrations and fun.
ABQ EAGLE Albuquerque NEW MEXICO
Sidewinders Ranch Bar has opened the ABQ Eagle Bar as separate inclusive bar within its facility. ABQ Eagle is open Saturday nights, 9 pm to close, for the leather and kink communities!  Come and enjoy the  cruise or perhaps spontaneous leather and BDSM activities that may occur.    The 1st Saturday of  every month this event is Daddys’ Gear Night (see above).   Check the Sidewinders Website (http://www.sidewindersranch.net/) for details about what special  events will occur on the 2nd to 4th Saturday and other special events.
ABQ Eagle’s Logo was designed to honor the other Eagle Bar logos found in many cities but also provide unique flavor of its home town, Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The shield of this logo is sourced from a portion of the coat of arms from the Spanish Duke of Alburquerque.  This also refers to Albuquerque’s sister city, the Spanish town of Alburquerque, Badajoz.  This name has an extra “r” from the name of the New Mexico city; however, Albuquerque, New Mexico’s name was sourced from the duke with the extra “r.” ABQ Eagle’s logo shield has eight yellow Saiint Andrews’ crosses on a field of red, devices which are appropriately aligned with the theme of a leather bar.   ABQ Eagle displays a functional Saint Andrews cross used for demonstrations and fun.