Just when I was so over with partying downtown I had to change my mind real fast. Perched in the back of the George R. Brown is a spot I heard so much about called Club 20/20. I had to go see what all the hype was about. First of all not like the clubs in Montrose I didn't have to park my car miles way from the club. There are so many parking lots where you can park your car and feel better knowing that security is watching your car. The whole vibe of this club gave me what Houston night life is all about. The line getting into this club was wrapped around the building. But if you are one of the luck ones with a VIP card you don't have to stand in the long line. Of course I didn't stand in the line. Once in the club I had to go through a check point to make sure I wasn't packing a gun or nice. I thought I was in the airport. I didn't mind that at all safety comes first.
Saturday nights are for men. The dress code in this spot is designer label and uban wear If I tell you I haven't been in one place with so many black beautiful men with their shirts off showing their fine bodies I would be lying to myself and to you. Friday nights are for the ladies. The crowd in this club is 18 and up. DJ Mookie is spinning the wheels at this venue. Playing the latest in hip hop and house music. He will even throw on some old Frankie Beverly to take the old queens who are in the house back to the days of Studio 13. This club is huge inside with plenty of seating for everyone. The bar has four bartenders on duty. The bar is fully stocked and there wasn't a drink that the bartenders couldn't make. If they didn't make the drink the way you like it, then it was on the house. The VIP section is upstairs and you can book your party there. They have drag shows on Sunday nights . Don't want to go home and still feel like dancing come to 20/20 this club doesn't close until 4am. Club 20/20 is the spot for you if you want to experience the urban gay community.