The best gay bars in NYC
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Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Take-away and delivery. Everything is great, including service. Interesting outdoor seating. Traditional soft-serve ice cream combined with non-traditional toppings, all is dispensed the way ice cream should be — with humor and good cheer that appeal to a diverse mix of clientele.
A Guide To NYC's Gay Bars
The Big Apple. The city that never sleeps. The financial, musical, shopping and art capital
Start spreading the news: NYC is still one of the gayest destinations in the world! The iconic Stonewall Riots, which kicked off the modern LGBTQ civil rights movement with a brick or two in happened here, and today the neighboring boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens also boast thriving queer residents, businesses, and nightlife. There are multiple LGBTQ festivals, events, and marches all across the boroughs every year, most famously the annual NYC Pride, which takes place in Manhattan on the last weekend in June and encompasses a day-long march on Sunday followed by the evening Dance on the Pier fundraiser, which has featured performances by gay icons including Madonna, Grace Jones, Kylie Minogue, and Cher.