Your best bet would be to head to the Castro once you get into town. Not only are there numerous bars for you to visit, but you'll also see flyers and posters for any clubs that may be going on during the days that you are here. Thank you so very much.
Billyburg cuties can call this place their own. The cozy, s ski-lodge—inspired space, with two fireplaces and exposed-brick walls, is home to a friendly crowd of guys and gals chilling with nightly drink specials at the weekly DJ parties. Count on subversive drag shows all week long.
Long Island is as varied and diverse as most states, crammed into square miles. The most popular vacation destinations in Long Island are the North Fork, with its picturesque wineries, and of course the Hamptons for its privileged beach homes. Other areas to know about are the North Shore, once so famous as home to the rich that Fitzgerald set his novel The Great Gatsby there, and the South Shore, which tends to be more diverse and popular for its beaches.
Save to Wishlist. New Yorkers from all over the five boroughs flock to Long Island City because it offers beautiful sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. Check out the deejayed parties and dance venues that have put this buzzy New York City neighborhood on the map. Penthouse Rooftop ticks off every box on your list of nightclub essentials: roomy floor space, a talented DJ, and bottle service.
Celebrating 21 years, Georgie's Alibi Monkey Bar is one of south Florida's longest running, and, one of the country's most successful gay; restaurant, bar and nightclubs rolled into one. Located in Wilton Manors, one of the gayest cities in the USA surrounded by Fort Lauderdale where sub tropical weather and beaches are here for your year-round enjoyment. As one of the busiest venues in Florida with an award winning full service restaurant, and more live entertainment than any bar in the area, you will find something for you.
Save a horse, ride a cowboy literally at Flaming Saddles. Await morning wood at hardware store turned gay nightclub. The hit party is called the Weekend Skinny Brunch, and it starts at noon.
Dale says, Don't leave Ft. Lauderdale without experiencing the waterways. You'll see why residents choose to live here and why visitors want to stay.
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier. What can be difficult, though, is choosing which to hit up. While all are welcoming, maybe you're looking for a cozy neighborhood spot where everyone knows your name.
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