The Bayou D.C.
For 46 years, The Bayou was an iconic institution in old Georgetown under the Whitehurst Freeway (hence the downward pointing arrow in the sign which was visible to the speeding traffic). The club opened in September 1953 on the site of a former Dixieland nightclub called The Pirates Den. The club’s format changed to rock and roll in the early 60s. There were evenings of outstanding music there starting back in the 1970s. Legend has it that swashbuckling Errol Flynn was one of the original investors and that he swung from its iconic chandelier on the night it opened. 80s rock titans, Foreigner, had their first U.S. club date at the Bayou, as did U2 (in their second performance in the U.S.). In December 1998 it all came to an end, and the building was razed the following year.
- Men’s Heavyweight T-shirt - 100% cotton (Heather colors are 90% cotton/10% polyester). Heavier weight and "boxier" cut than the Lightweight tees.
- Men's Lightweight T-shirt - 100% ring-spun cotton (Heather colors are 35% cotton/65% polyester). The heather bleends have a slight stretch to them and are very lightweight and super soft.
- Ladies Racerback Tank - 50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, and 25% rayon (triblend). Extremely lightweight and just the right amount of stretch.
- Ladies Regular-fit T-shirt - 100% combed ring-spun cotton (Heather colors are 35% cotton/65% polyester). Cap sleeves, tapered torso. A true ladies-cut.
- Thermal Hoodie - 50% cotton/ 50% polyester. Warm, fleece-lined. Perfect weight.
- Men's Long Sleeve T-shirt - 100% cotton