159 W 10th St, New York, USA, NY 10014 | map
The gay liberation movement may have begun at The Stonewall Inn but Julius’ is the oldest gay bar in New York. The bar has been open since the mid-19th century. It became gay-popular in the 1960s.
The Mattachine Society hosted a “sip-in” in 1966. Inspired by the civil rights movement, it was a protest against the State Liquor Authority’s policy of removing licenses from bars that served LGBT people. It was one of the events that led to gay liberation.
You can attend a Mattachine Night every Thursday at Julius’ and experience a taste of New York’s gay history.
nearest station : 9th Street
weekend: 11:00-04:00 / 12:00-03:00
venue: Bar (酒吧) | features: bar, music, dancing
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