When they were not busy creating our nation, the Founding Fathers were happy to have a good time. They drank a lot of beer, wine and spirits, for one thing, and many of them thoroughly enjoyed the ladies (who doesn’t?).

Any Independence Day celebration this year should include a rousing remembrance of the sort of good times a Franklin, Jefferson or Adams would enjoy, including a visit to Bucks Cabaret.

Fireworks!

No less an authority than Congress authorized fireworks for the Fourth way back in 1777, so buy and burst your bonanza at Palmer Fireworks in Dallas. If you are closer to Fort Worth, try the Old Fashioned Family Fireworks Picnic running July 2-4 at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd. The grounds open at 6:30 p.m., with fireworks going off after dark.

Smoke and Fire!

How about a 10-hour Cannabis Cruise on Lake Dallas starting at 5 p.m. July 4? Want a different kind of smoke? Try Rooftop Reds over-21 BBQ, which includes a choice of pulled pork or pulled chicken, coleslaw, potato salad, marinated pickles, and rolls along with wine, games, tunes and good vibes, from 4:30-10 p.m.

Hottest!

Still too tame? The hottest place in town, whether you are in Dallas or Fort Worth, is Bucks Cabaret. Come down to Bucks to find plenty of curvy reasons to be proud to be an American. We offer great party packages, and our lovely ladies will be (barely) decked out in red, white, blue and you for Independence Day.

We’re not kidding — a private dance is a perfect way to put a little breeze and snap in your Old Glory, and our beautiful, exotic dancers can really put on a (private) show all for you that will have you seeing fireworks aplenty.

Drink specials will help you hold onto the green in your wallet while you see white stars, red stripes and a whole lot more up on the Bucks Cabaret stage. Unlike the cruises, fireworks shows and BBQs, Bucks Cabaret’s shows are continuous, sensuous and glorious – on Independence Day and every day.

Celebrate your independence from the humdrum workweek by saluting the flag and the fine females at Bucks Cabaret gentlemen’s clubs in both Dallas and Fort Worth.