Kimberly says, Don't leave San Antonio without visiting our arts district, Southtown for good food, art, architecture and culture. There are a number of bars, clubs and restaurants for the LGBT crowd to congregate and have some fun - drinks, dancing and mingling included! For those who have been here before, you know the best place to go is always the Bonham. This historic building in downtown has been around for decades, and its name precedes it. It has everything, from multiple dance floors and bars, to an outdoor patio, fabulous music, DJs, dancers and more!
San Diego’s Gay Bar History – San Diego Film Week
San Diego's Gay Bar History
On Dec. The Caliph, with its Moorish motif mixed with disco lights, is known for its live piano entertainment, karaoke, fresh popcorn and, perhaps most importantly, its old-school neighborhood bar vibe. Mallen Family Trust. But they wanted to wait until the lease ended. Efforts to contact the owners or the leasing company — Siner Real Estate — were unsuccessful. Some nights, there are just three of us here, and on other nights, you can barely move around. It was always open to everyone.
Step into the Limelight at These San Antonio LGBT-Friendly Hot Spots
By Andrew Collins. San Diego gay nightlife scene manages that rare balance between being remarkably friendly and also rife with beautiful guys and tanned and toned lesbians - it's pretty much a reflection of this sunny Southern California city. Gay bars have also been pretty stable here over the years, with the most popular hangouts having been going strong for a couple of decades. Most gay bars are in the trendy Hillcrest neighborhood, just northeast of Balboa Park and a short drive or cab ride from downtown.
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