Oklahoma restaurant that won't serve (expletive) gets reviewed as fabulous gay bar

“Love this place, it so gay the 'r' in Gary is silent!" reviewer says of Gary’s Chicaros.
By Evan Bleier   |   Feb. 20, 2014 at 10:20 AM   |   Comments

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ENID, Okla., Feb. 20 (UPI) -- Revenge is a dish best served cold -- or on social media.

An Oklahoma restaurant owner who has made it very clear there are certain kinds of people he doesn’t want to serve is now getting his just desserts on social media websites.

Gary James has owned Gary’s Chicaros in Enid for over four decades. He thinks he’s learned a lot during that time.

“I’ve been in business 44 years, I think I can spot a freak or a faggot,” he told KFOR. “I don’t deal with these people walking down the street with no jobs on welfare.”

James allegedly won’t serve gays, African-Americans, Latinos or people with disabilities.

“If I reached over there and slapped the [expletive] out of you, you should be offended. But to call someone a ‘chink’ or someone call me a bigot, that doesn’t bother me,” he said during his interview. “I really don’t want gays around. Any man that would compromise his own body would compromise anything.”

After Yelp reviewers started posting things like “Gary himself sports assless chaps, a choker chain and some pink nipple tassels daily,” and someone else referred to the restaurant as “Home of the best glory hole in Oklahoma,” a Facebook page was created as well.

Here are a couple posts from the Gary's Chicaros Facebook page:

"Love this place, it so gay the 'r' in Gary is silent!"

"I don't live in Oklahoma unfortunately, but being a gay, muslim, arab man, I will make the pilgrimage to this important gay establishment! Thank you please."

"THIS PLACE IS GOP GAY HEAVEN!!!!!! ... My advice for any closet case? STAND YOUR GROUND and check out Chicaro Club!!!!"


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