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2016 Gay Events In Philadelphia
Since holding the first major U.S. protest for LGBT rights some 50 years ago, Philadelphia has continued to prove that it’s still one of the best destinations for LGBT travelers to get their history straight and their nightlife gay.
The city offers a full calendar of events—annual gay pride celebrations, weekly parties and eye-popping performing arts. Here’s a look at the best events by the night, week, month and year in the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection.
LGBT Annual Celebrations:
- Diners nosh for a great cause during Dining Out for Life. Restaurants around the city donate 33%
Philly's Lesbian Nightlife Heats Up With Hot Clubs, Cool Parties & Special Events
Philly may be best known as the City of Brotherly Love, but sisters from Center City to New Hope have plenty of reasons to celebrate the LGBT-friendly nightlife scene. Women’s parties and exclusive nightclubs have put Philly on the map for lesbian life after dark. Here’s a look at where the girls party and play:
Gay & Lesbian Bars:
- Woody’s – The guys may crowd Woody’s, one of the most popular gay nightclubs in the city, but women also feel right at home late night and during happy hour. The bar and restaurant boasts 28 beers on tap, as
A Guide To Gay & Lesbian Nightlife In Philadelphia
Philadelphia’s LGBT visitors looking for a night on the town can choose among a range of bars and restaurants in the city’s Gayborhood or visit a welcoming mainstream spot frequented by gay and lesbian locals in Midtown Village, Rittenhouse Square, East Passyunk and other neighborhoods. Here’s a look at some of the most popular nightlife haunts in some of the hottest ’hoods:
IN CENTER CITY
The city’s Gayborhood, which runs from 11th to Broad streets and from Chestnut to Pine streets, distinguishes itself with 69 rainbow street signs throughout the area and rainbow crosswalks at 13th
New Restaurants & Inventive Menus In Philadelphia's Gayborhood & Beyond
Philadelphia’s dining scene continues to draw national accolades for its quality and variety, from innovative gastropubs to inviting wine bars to new twists on Italian and other ethnic cuisines. Everyone is welcome at the table, whether the restaurants are located in the heart of the Gayborhood in Center City or one of its adjacent up-and-coming neighborhoods. Here are some of the city’s newest spots that are popular with the LGBT community:
- Bud & Marilyn’s, a retro-inspired restaurant-bar, is the latest hotspot from business and life partners Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran. Inspired by Turney’s restaurateur grandparents, the restaurant
Gay-Owned Shops Bring The Fab To Philly's Gayborhood
Offering everything from eye-popping art and organic soaps to trendy housewares and statement jewels, the gay-owned stores of Philadelphia’s Gayborhood offer a boutique shopping experience. And since the shops share the streets with lively restaurants, bars and clubs, it’s easy to make an entire day and night out of any Gayborhood excursion.
- Business and life partners Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran have helped transform 13th Street—in an area known as Midtown Village—in the last several years. Their flagship shop Open House offers a hand-selected assortment of gifts ranging from accessories and furniture to apparel and housewares, while Verde, just