...tons of hot guys and interesting people to meet up with in Barcelona. If you prefer to see who's around, do some ‘window shopping’ first. If you know what you want, search by selecting the right category. Nobody stays alone here for long!
Located in the throng of Manchester's Canal Street in the Gay Village, KIKI is certainly a popular venue. By day, KIKI serves up fresh food in a relaxed atmosphere, but when night falls, KIKI transforms into one of the biggest party venues in the village. Throughout the week there are drag acts aplenty, but at the weekend the party offers up free entry, drinks deals, not to mention 25 disco balls, a light up dance floor and the best DJs in Ma...
Cruz 101 is housed within an old warehouse, playing commercial dance and house tracks. Very popular and busy at the weekends, Cruz is somewhat of a Manchester institution - still going strong after 20 years.
Via Manchester is Canal Street's premier gay bar, located right in the heart of the Gay Village. Via has recently undergone a facelift with a new cocktail bar. Get down for a great night out, sumptuous cocktails and drag performers...
Since its opening in 1980, The Round-Up Saloon has been dubbed the home of Good Times and Good people. There's line dancing lessons, great drinks, special events and for many years and has some of the best dancers and Best Looking Cowboys in DFW and the country!
Billed as 'the friendliest bar in Texas' this popular bar offers a patio with cocktails & draft beers, plus pool and darts. Mostly busy at evenings and the weekend, there's great service, and excellent atmosphere here, so get on down!
This large, iconic gay club also serves contemporary american food in since 1980 and is the city's most successful gay club with excellent food and great atmosphere. Get down to JR's for a gay old time!
The Dallas Eagle is a Leather/Levi bar located in Dallas, Texas.
Although it doesn't have a strict dress code, you can just come, be real and be yourself!
Rubber, Chainmail, Uniforms, Levis/Denim, Sportswear, T-Shirts, Underwear, Shirtless, Skinhead, Construction, Flannel, Muscle Shirts, Biker-look, Military, Latex, Neoprene, Kilts, Work boots.
The Powerhouse Bar is the undeniably the biggest & most popular South of Market bar. They have set the style for no “attitude”, dirty, South of Market fun. Leave your inhibitions at the door, this is one heavy-duty gay bar!
In San Francisco's Gay heart of the castro, the Eagle Tavern is a popular bar with bears, leather, dykes, bikers and drag acts. The Eagle Tavern is THE place the for local gay guys and lesbians to come connect and party!
There's always a fun time to be had at Cubbyhole. This longtime gay Village local has everything. Friendly and welcoming staff, a jukebox, free popcorn, theme nights, half-price drink specials and in-your-face decor. You'll never want to leave...
Nowhere still has that NYC dive bar feel, which some say is missed in a gentrified city like New York. Still, Nowhere is attitude-free with a lively, mixed lesbian/gay clientele and you'll find the happy-hour and theme nights during the week are popular but not so overcrowded you'll end up spilling your drink.
The people behind Barracuda Bar and Elmo Restaurant bring you Industry. Voted New York's best gay bar, Industry is spacious, industrial and popular with mostly an after-work crowd. The nightly happy-hour isn't to be missed!
For a fun night out with friends, this classic gay bar located in Chelsea has it all. A great combination of cozy sofas, excellent drag shows and no-attitude, friendly bartenders will have you coming back for more.
Molly Moggs, set on the corner of Old Compton Street and Charing Cross Road, is a Soho institution. There’s cabaret every night of the week from the best drag queens in the business. It’s tiny, very friendly and things can get wonderfully messy – which is just how Soho should be, of course.
Bang in the middle of London's gay Soho, Comptons (dubbed 'The world famous Old Dame of Old Compton Street') is welcoming, relaxed and cozy. This popular bar serves up something a little more traditional with its decor and intricate features such as an impressive, sweeping staircase and wood panelling, it's also great for watching the world go by on Old Compton Street, the beating heart of gay Soho.