Gay New York City
New York City – the most populous city in the USA, home to some of the hottest gay bars and nightclubs in the world.
Where to Stay?
Great-value hotels in New York City. Reviews, discounts, book online.
Time for a Drink!
A roundup of the best gay bars in the "Big Apple".
Gay New York · Mid-range + Budget Hotels
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Gay New York City · Luxury Hotels
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New York City Gay Bars
Check out our list of the most popular gay bars in New York City.
New York City Gay Culture
New York City gay culture guide. Where to see and be seen.
About Gay New York City
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New York City has long been a magnet for LGBT+ people in America. It was and is the place to be. Since at least the end of WW2, New York is the city that embodies cultural dynamism. It’s a city full of happenings. It’s all about being there and being part of it. The sheer critical mass of people makes it a city of endless possibilities and excitement.
Living costs have skyrocketed in New York, making it an unviable option for many financially. The gentrification process has cleared out the crime but pushed up the rent. New York is now more suburbanized but it’s still the most exciting city in America and arguably the world.
New York has a huge gay scene. These days, most of the gay bars and clubs are centered around Hell’s Kitchen. You’ll also find gay scenes in Chelsea, Greenwich Village and Brooklyn.
Gay Sauna Etiquette
The first time you step into a gay sauna can be an unnerving experience. What exactly are you supposed to do when you’re inside?
The History of America’s Gay Bathhouses and “Bathhouse Betty”
American gay bathhouses reached their peak in the 1970s. Long before smartphones and the internet, people had to step outside their front door to arrange a social or sexual encounter.
Things To Do in New York
There’s no shortage of things to do in New York. You could spend a lifetime exploring the Big Apple.
A Gay Guide to Brooklyn
Brooklyn is a melting pot of identity, heritage and culture. It's something of a hipster's paradise.
The Best Gay Bars in Hell’s Kitchen
Hell’s Kitchen is the heart of New York’s gay scene. It’s right by Broadway and Times Square.
LGBT+ Landmarks In New York
New York remains a gay mecca and one of the world’s greatest cultural melting pots. You’ll find LGBT- landmarks throughout the city.
Queens Pride 2021
Queens Pride has been running since 1993. It typically takes place in Jackson Heights, Queens, NY. Keep a...
Brooklyn Pride 2021
New York Pride 2020 has been cancelled due to COVID19. Pride will return to Brooklyn in 2021. The borough...
Harlem Pride 2021
This will be the 11th instalment of Harlem Pride. Around 20,000 attended last year so expect a big turnou...
NYC Pride March 2021
2019’s pride march saw the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion and it’s WorldPride ta...
Game Night & Happy Hour 15:00 to close
The Eagle NYC
Sherry - Live singing and comedy show
Magnetic - dance party
The Manhattan Monster
Drag N' Beats
Legend Wednesdays - Drag Queens
The Help - Weekly Drag Show - 11pm
BOXERS – Hell’s Kitchen
NYC's Least Misogynistic Open Mic
Cabernet Cabaret - Stand Up
I Love The 90's Karaoke
The Stonewall Inn
BOXERS – Chelsea
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The Stonewall Inn
World Famous Gay Bar In Greenwich Village
The Eagle NYC
Popular Gay Fetish Bar In Chelsea
Busy gay club in the heart of Hell's Kitchen, New York.
Flaming Saddles NYC
Wild West style saloon with cowboy dancing bartenders
Showtune sing-a-long piano bar in Greenwich Village
Gay-popular bar & entertainment venue, Club Cumming, owned by actor Alan Cumming, features a...
A much loved gay bar in New York since 1995. Back then, Barracuda was known as a den of Bohemia...
The Duplex is a historic theatre and piano bar in the heart of Greenwich Village. Long a...
Located in SoHo, New York, the Leslie-Lohman Museum is dedicated to presenting art by or...
Museum Of Sex
The Museum Of Sex opened on Fifth Avenue in 2002. It was the first dedicated sex museum in the...