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  • Gay Asian and Pacific Islander Men of New York

    P.O. Box 1608 New York, NY 10113
    212-802-7423 A community organization that links together members of the Asian and Pacific Islander gay male community. Meetings are monthly at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center. Read more about Gay Asian and Pacific Islander Men of New York >>

  • Gym Sports Bar

    167 8th Ave. New York, NY 10011-1631

  • Gym Sportsbar

    Gym Sportsbar

    167 Eighth Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-337-2439 Billed as the first and only gay sports bar in New York, Gym Sportsbar is an establishment whose welcome is long overdue: an open atmosphere for the many gay sports enthusiasts in the city, boasting nine large-screen TVs, a 40-foot mahogany bar with frozen energy-drink slushies, and Final Four eats such as buffalo wings and nachos. Co-owners Rick Schmutzler and Nick Leonard reach out to the many gay sports leagues in the city, hosting registration sign-ups for tournaments and partnering with them for charity events. The atmosphere is friendly and riotous; nothing not to like here. Read more about Gym Sportsbar >>

  • The Hangar

    The Hangar

    115 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-627-2044 Always uncomfortably crowded, the Hangar is a default destination for cute gay men looking for temporary, vaguely fulfilling love/sex. Greasy snacks, a pool table and lots of seating encourage serious loafersaon weekends, the baras always packed until 4. Read more about The Hangar >>

  • Happy Fun Hideaway

    1211 Myrtle Ave. , 11221

  • Hardware Bar

    697 10th Ave. New York, NY 10036

  • Industry


    355 W. 52nd St. New York, NY 10019
    646-476-2747 A spacious, modern dance club, Industry is busy every night of the week. This Hell's Kitchen gay bar is known for its diverse crowd, reasonably priced drinks, and unique layout that includes a pool table, soft lighting, and lounge seating in addition to a dancefloor with DJs playing dance music all night. Frequent specials (happy hour is everyday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.), a powerful soundsystem, and no cover keep Industry full of smiling, dancing faces. Bartenders are friendly and attentive. Frequent and popular drag queen nights provide an additional dimension of fun. --Gabriel Herrera Read more about Industry >>

  • Julius

    159 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-243-1928 The oldest bar in the West Village and the oldest gay bar in the city, Julius's (circa 1870) has always been popular with the "interesting"ai.e., arty, mixedadowntown crowd. By the late '30s, when Greenwich Village's boho fabulosity peaked (see The Young and Evil by Charles Henri Ford and Parker Tyler for a bawdy, unapologetic view of "the life"), Julius's was the hot spot for outrA(c) village types, slumming socialites, and newspapermen. Somehow this charming diveathickly hung with fading newspaper clippings and PR photos of starlets, jocks, and thoroughbredsasurvived both the buttoned-down '50s and the swinging '60s intact. Today, Julius's is home to what is politely called a "mature" crowd of gentlemen and their admirers. Naturally, the jukebox is a diva lover's dream. Drop in soon for one of Julius's legendary burgers and the best super-dry manhattan (a bargain at $6) you'll find south of the Algonquin. Read more about Julius >>

  • La Nueva Escuelita

    301 W. 39th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-631-0588 The fact that this spot is verging on dive territory is inconsequential when it comes to the views within. Latino gay men get to ogle the rippled chests of male go-go dancers as the ladies (who swing through in larger numbers on Friday nights) check out a female dancer at one of two bars or at tables that circumference a raised dancefloor. After lots of house, salsa, free-style, merengue, and reggaeton, drag shows are usually featured with Angel Sheridan (Escuelitaas hysterical resident hostess) leading the way. Keep in mind that the drag starlets like to be tipped so get your singles ready! Read more about La Nueva Escuelita >>

  • Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art

    26 Wooster St. New York, NY 10013

  • Lips


    227 E. 56th St. New York, NY 10022

  • Metropolitan


    559 Lorimer St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Faux-hawks, vintage tees, and studded belts prevail in the enormous backyard at this Billyburg locale. The latticework and wood decking juxtaposed with all the tattoos resemble a boathouse at some punk-rock summer camp for homosexuals. Cruise around with a potent tequila gimlet in hand while listening to one of the most gay-pleasing jukeboxes in New YorkaNew Order, Stevie Nicks, Erasure, B-52'saand relax under the kinda starry sky. Read more about Metropolitan >>

  • The Monster

    80 Grove St. New York, NY 10014
    212-924-3557 This place gets full decked out for the holidays, specializing in the ever popular "naught Santa" motif. Gather 'round the piano and belt out some bawdy Christmas carols with a cast of kings and queens, or go downstairs to the disco-ball-lit lower level, where you can tell Santa what you really want (ho ho!). Read more about The Monster >>

  • Nowhere Bar

    Nowhere Bar

    322 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-477-4744 Nowhere is now somewhere. This laid-back pseudo-dive has a pool table, nightly drink specials (two-for-one happy hour), and a diverse (lotsa lesbs too), young clientele. Grab a Newcastle or Stella on draft and mingle. Although six-footers will need to watch out for the low ceiling and air duct, the welcoming atmosphere will more than make up for a bumped head. Read more about Nowhere Bar >>

  • Outpost Lounge

    Outpost Lounge

    1014 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • Pacha


    618 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-209-7500 The former Sound Factory is now Pacha, part of a international nightclub mega-chain with a big presence in Ibiza and Miami. Entry to the massive 30,000 square foot space is, you can only imagine, not cheap; the place attracts big mainstream DJ names, such as Louie Vegas. If you like table service, then... well, shame on you, first. But secondly, here is your Mecca. Read more about Pacha >>

  • Park Bar

    15 E. 15th St. New York, NY 10003

    Itas all about familiarity with Park Bar. Thereas no drink list in this '30s-style establishment because the staff maintain that they can basically make anything you wantaprobably from memory. Also, if youare a regular long enough youall find that the more you stop by the cheaper the drinks are. Read more about Park Bar >>

  • Pieces Bar

    Pieces Bar

    8 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-929-9291 Pieces used to be a notorious hustler bar in the a70s, but now itas a little house of cutesy fun. Positioned right in the center of the old gay ghetto, it has something going on every night of the week. Those with real talent and those without regularly attend the Tuesday night karaoke. Itas all in good fun as the pool table is shared and the shots are passed around. Thereas even a glittery stage and spotlight to give you that aIam a stara feeling. Plus, most evenings thereas a super cheap happy hour, where the quintessential New York cocktail is a mere $3. Read more about Pieces Bar >>

  • Posh Bar & Lounge

    Posh Bar & Lounge

    405 W. 51st St. New York, NY 10019
    212-957-2222 Despite the incessant playing of eighties hits (piped from a fancy sound system), Posh is relatively relaxed. Exposed brick walls, tin ceilings, and the perfect level of beautifying dimness make this a good place for casual (gay) pick-ups. Read more about Posh Bar & Lounge >>

  • Remix Fridays

    Remix Fridays

    24 Murray St. New York, NY 10007-2208

  • Rock Bar

    185 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014

  • Roseland Ballroom

    Roseland Ballroom

    239 W. 52nd St. New York, NY 10019
    212-247-0200 Roseland plays host to classic-rock luminaries and popular, touring, modern-rock acts not quite ready for the arena. But, because it holds more than 3,000 people and has security goons and lines that rival those at MSG, youad better get there early or risk that the only thing youall see of your favorite band is the faint outline of the back of their heads as they leave the stage after their encore. When you enter the historic ballroom, be sure to check out the plaque that hangs in the entranceway listing the hundreds of couples in its 75-year history that met there and married. Thatas something youall never see at the Garden. Read more about Roseland Ballroom >>

  • Secret Lounge

    Secret Lounge

    525 W. 29th St. New York, NY 10001

  • The Stonewall Inn

    The Stonewall Inn

    53 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-488-2705 More of a museum than a bar at this point, the Stonewall Inn is an open door into the history of the West Village. In 1969, the bar was the site of the infamous Stonewall riots, which became a catalyst for the gay-rights movement in the United States. Today, the walls are lined with photos marking the Stonewall Inn's historical significance. It's still a popular spot, too--DJs play regularly, and the calendar is always full of special events, ranging from karaoke to drag queen nights. The warm interior hasn't changed, and two floors provide welcome changes in scenery. Both the bartenders and regulars are always willing to give a history lesson. The Stonewall Inn turns a night out into an educational experience. --Gabriel Herrera Read more about The Stonewall Inn >>

  • Suite Night Club

    Suite Night Club

    437 88th St. Brooklyn, NY 11209

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