New York City Gay Bars

Visiting New York City would not be complete without going to Chelsea. Chelsea is home to one of the hottest and most lively nightclubs in New York City. Splash Bar really is in a league of its own with 10,000 sq. ft., two floors, and several bars. No matter what time of year you visit, dress light and check your coat, because even on the coldest of nights, Splash Bar will have you molting layers. This bar is a true nightclub and is meant to get your heart springing and feet moving.

Staten what? Yup! Staten Island has Club Eve which has taken the idea of a straight club, turned it gay one day a week and then made it flourish in a place where not one gay bar has prospered. All the gays, gaggles and their lesbian friends join the Guido rich crowds. Trans guys, and drag queens galore with clothing pleated, tucked and dowsed with style. This place is a gay night at the Roxbury. Cover at the door is steep and so are the drinks but the music is mystic and the crowd is exciting.

San Francisco Gay Bars

Gay bars are certainly becoming more prevalent today and have been popping  up on popular city corners all over the country, but when you’re in the mood to get yourself all ritzy for the night, you want a destination that delivers everything you’re looking for located in a destination that’s sure to please your every desire.

San Francisco is notoriously gay, and The Castro is an undisputed champion of nightlife in this beacon of pride.  While you’re out bar-hopping in this inclusive city, remember that you have several destinations to choose from.

You have to check out The Stud, while you’re there you can fawn at singing trannys, perspire to whirling thumps and chug delectable concoctions. The Stud changes parties nightly but always hits the bull’s eye.  Crowds of devilishly cute boys; kick ass ladies and suave trendsetters drink ’til blackout in this South of Market home.

Now if you’re looking for older men or younger men you can guess who’s buying at the Twin Peaks Tavern. A Moroccan-pillowed extravagant space with colorful plate glass windows and a bar stocked with casual elegance and casual encounters is located conveniently on Market and Castro, at the foot of the San Francisco gay bar scene.

To finish out your weekend this is somewhere you want to Endup. Club Endup is located at Sixth St. & Harrison. For over 25 years, the Endup has kept the San Francisco nightlife torch alive with its all day all night weekend dance-a-thons. The Sunday afternoon gay dance is legendary and welcomes all.

Twist South Beach Miami

No visit to Miami Beach would be complete without getting your Twist on! Twist is known throughout the world for being South Beach’s’ largest, grooviest spot. TWIST is actually 7 bars in one with each bar having its own unique atmosphere and décor. You can literally “bar hop” without ever leaving this two story extravaganza of night life. TWIST is open seven days a week from 1pm to 5am. Its motto is its mantra – Never a Cover – Always a Groove. Its reputation as a “must do” when in Miami is well deserved.

There is no lack of entertainment in Miami Beach, so enjoy the warm weather, beautiful scenery and amazing cuisine.

Swinging Richards Miami Beach

Depending on your fancy, there are several places to visit. For those who like to be a bit naughty there is Swinging Richards, catering to any type of crowd this all male strip club tickle’s every fancy’s pants.  Enjoy phenomenal drinks from hot bartenders in two different bars while you enjoy songs in which dancers from every nationality and background make the stage their own and strip down to their birthday suits in different stages, one song at a time. Feel free to bring your pick to the champagne room, but please know Swinging Richards is nothing but tasteful. Also, if you feel you have what it takes, they also host an amateur stripper contest where you can fulfill your dream and make some cash. Swinging Richards also has its own parking.

The Palace Miami Beach

If your fabulous and want to hang out in this “Gayborhood” you have to visit The Palace In business for 23 years The Palace is the first restaurant/gay bar in Miami Beach. The Palace’s legacy is its infamous weekend drag shows, Sunday “Brunchic,” luscious libations and mouth-watering temptations. So, whether gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual or straight, Palace is the place to be on South Beach.