Although gay bars have suffered some setbacks the past few years with longstanding venues shuttering nationwide due to mainstreaming, the rise of hookup apps, and an invasion of bachelorette parties, LGBT establishments still play a vital role in preserving gay culture and offering a safe space to patrons. And, many are still thriving. This list of the most popular gay bars comes from data collected by Gravy Analytics , a location-based marketing platform, that tracks mobile data to verify attendance at places and events throughout the United States. This list tracks gay bar attendance from September 1, , through the last day of A great Sin City club to dance the night away, meet locals and out-of-towners, or relax with a cocktail near the fireplace on the outdoor patio. A watering hole frequented by Weho locals for its friendly bartenders, inexpensive drinks, and a pool table.
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Log in via Facebook to save your favorites so you can see them anytime, from anywhere. Stonewall is one of the most important gay bars in the world. A little history and some big hunks Meat…in the form of burgers, that is! The early scene here skews more mature, but late nights the youngsters often take over for impromptu parties and special events. The Ritz is an uber-popular gay bar with three main areas: a bar in the front for mingling and cruising, a back room where DJs play great music to dance to with your friends and an upstairs lounge for even more dancing. Therapy is a bi-level club that hosts some of the best drag shows during the week, and an all-night extravaganza called Insomnia Friday with DJ A.
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From its outside, The Moore Bar and Lounge — or as it has been affectionately nicknamed by its patrons, Club Langston — may appear like nothing more than an unremarkable hole in the wall. He began the campaign on Feb. The signs posted around him explained the reasons for his standing and silence in the unforgiving cold.
Below, the best gay bars in Manhattan. Nowhere E. Second Ave. It also has an eclectic and dynamic roster of DJs and themed nights, including the long-running Double Headed Disco last Saturday of the month , the ritualistic Witch Camp, and a night for ginger enthusiasts, Fire in the Hole.