It's well before noon on a Tuesday and I'm sitting on a high, slightly wobbly barstool, pondering a mysterious shot of booze that the bartender has just placed before me. The gentleman to my left, who was already seated at the bar when I arrived smartly at AM, turns to me and deadpans, "It's jacuzzi water and rum. This is just some old-school shade, of course. I'm at The Country Club —New Orleans' famed gay bar, restaurant, and pool—trying to go cocktail-for-cocktail with people who clearly have better day-drinking game than I do. Housed in an Italianate mansion that dates back to in the quiet but rapidly gentrifying Bywater neighborhood, The Country Club was founded in and catered exclusively to New Orleans' vibrant gay community. Since then, ownership has changed hands several times, and the original footprint of the space has grown to incorporate two adjacent properties. One thing that remained constant throughout this was The Country Club's clothing-optional policy in its pool area. Even in a libertine city like New Orleans, this was a standout amenity, so much so that this "neighborhood secret," as its website claims, eventually began to draw a dedicated straight clientele as well.
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