F Bar Houston Evicted From Property, Hundreds Of Thousands In Debt, Club Is Closing According To Nightclub Owner
(Houston) – In what was once one of the most successful and prestigious nightclubs of Montrose’s Gay Nightlife has apparently come to a crumbling end at least according to the owner’s own mouth. F Bar located at 202 Tuam St used to be a place for high-quality ambiance, gorgeous bartenders, award-winning DJs with impeccable cocktails.
The club reignited the Houston drag culture and reinvented Tuesday nights for Houston’s LGBT community. The clubs storied past of positive also had its share of bad publicity, multiple lawsuits, investigations, and murder.
“There’s no time, there’s no time, its over, the club is closing,” F Bar owner Irwin Palchick states to an unknown person in an exclusive video obtained by About News from a source connected with Palchick.
‘Ive got nothing to lose, its all gone. I’ve got nothing,” Palchick repeats. The video recorded on Saturday, November 11 in the morning time. On Saturday night the club did not open. F Bar released a statement to social media claiming ‘a miscommunication amongst staff members, F Bar had an insufficient staff to open its doors.‘
“There’s no time, there’s no time, its over, the club is closing.”
‘I’ve been evicted from the club, evicted from my office building, and if it wasn’t for my husband, there would be no money for rent or gasoline or anything else. I’m turning in my vehicle, I’m walking away from it all,” Palchick excitedly explains in the video.
“The comptroller of the state is owed about $80,000 in taxes. I’ve worked with them because I have connections with Senator, and I’ve worked with them because there is no income coming in..” Palchick does not go into detail about what sort of ‘connections’ he has, nor if those connections allowed him privileges not common to other taxpayers.
Saturday evening About News obtained photos of what appears to shows rats in the prep area of F Bar. Another photo appears to show ‘old’ margarita that was being served. We reached out to F Bar Houston owner Irwin Palchick regarding the photos and the infestation.
“The rats are plastic,” Palchick explained. What Palchick refused to explain was the photo was taken with Apple’s Live Photo – and when the photo was clicked it came to life. That plastic rat became alive. Palchick would not confirm with us that he has an Andriod device and was unable to see the live photo.