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A gay bar is a drinking establishment that caters to an exclusively or predominantly lesbiangaybisexualand transgender LGBT clientele; the term gay is used as a broadly inclusive concept for LGBT and queer communities. Gay bars once served as the centre of gay culture and were one of the few places people with same-sex orientations and gender-variant identities could openly socialize. Other names used to describe these establishments include boy bargirl bargay clubgay pubqueer barlesbian bardrag barand dyke bardepending on the niche communities that they served.
Disclaimer: Unless you're in town for Winter Pride, you won't find any gay bars in Whistler. While the town is very gay-friendly and all the bars and clubs are welcoming, the scene will likely lean heavily towards the straight side of the spectrum. Winter Pride is another story entirely.
The venue is split into two floors. It shines not only as an inclusive space but as a great party venue to let loose. Hit it up during Wednesday nights — or Wednes-gay as Petticoat calls it — after 10pm for free-flow vodka. Complimenting this are some great cocktails — the early grey martini, in particular, is a winner.
By Andrew Collins. With its many gay-owned inns and gay-friendly hotelsKey West has been a favorite destination among GLBT travelers for decades. Most of the gay bars in town are clustered along colorful Duval Street, in the historic district, which is also home to dozens of fun shops and inviting restaurants, some of them - because they're popular places to socialize - included here.
Illustration by Lia Kantrowitz. In fact, this alleged discrimination is all too common at gay bars. In September, a video of Darryl DePiano, the owner of Philadelphia gay bar iCandy, began to circulate on social media.
By Andrew Collins. One of the world's great party destinations, it's not exactly shocking that New Orleans - with its liberal attitudes about everything from sexuality to cocktails - is a top destination for gay and lesbian clubbing and bar-hopping. But as New Orleans has become more mixed and eclectic in recent years, a number of mostly hetero bars Uptown and elsewhere in the city have developed a somewhat gay following.
A diverse stock of great gay bars offer up everything you could want from your night out in Glasgow whether it's conversation and cocktails or karaoke and dancing 'til dawn. Merchant City is at the heart of the action with the so-called Pink Triangle boasting some of the most fun hangouts in Glasgow. With cool DJ bars and lounge bars kicking off the evening with some great food, drinks and pre-club parties, choose to make a night of it by heading on to one of the banging gay and lesbian nightclubs or club nights. Whether you're looking for a low key drink or an all-out party, Glasgow's gay bars have it sussed.
Stop by for a beer and stick around for the crowd that streams in as the night descends. Tiny, tasteful and terribly nice, this small bar caters to an upscale Mitte crowd mainly pouring in for a post-work cocktail or two. Tucked away in a busy post-industrial complex in Friedrichshain, Zum Schmutzigen Hobby is both bar and club in one.
Cape Town may be a lot smaller than other cities in South Africa, like Johannesburg, but when it comes to gay bars Cape Town is a winner! This is especially true if you head to the touristy bars on Long Street. That being said, when it comes to gay bars in Cape Town, you will be pleased to know that there is a good selection of options!