For over years, this area of Springfield, surrounding Stearns Square and Springfield Union Station have been home to the city's most prominent clubs, restaurants, bars, music venues, movies houses, and coffee houses. One constant in Springfield's Entertainment District since has been Smith's Billiards, which has long hosted professional pool matches, as well as a mix of young and old virtually every-night. With over "Gras girls" on monthly rotation and its own magazine, the Mardi Gras is not one's average strip club.
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By Andrew Collins. Boston may not be home to a huge number of gay bars, but it does have a nice variety, including a mix of neighborhood pubs, dance bars, and inviting lounges tucked inside trendy restaurants mostly in the South End. You can also find a number of other inviting gay bars just an hour south of Boston in ProvidenceRhode Island. Provincetownon the tip of Cape Cod, is worth the road trip as it's one of the most gay-friendly places in the state.
Richard LaDue will he spinning all her hits as well as your other favorites! See ya there! Thank you everyone who came to Latino Wednesday last week.
The packed dance floor at Machine on a Friday night. Photo by Jason Ekholm, courtesy of Machine. A recent Friday night visit to Machine Nightclub offered a welcome assault on the senses.
How is it that Massachusetts was the first state in the nation to legalize gay marriage yet our capital still cannot lay claim to a robust gay bar scene? Never mind that one of the legends, Paradise Club, closed last September after 28 years in glorious existence. Current tally of designated gay bars in Cambridge?
Darlene Casey said one beer sat in the cooler, but it was too old to drink. A longtime regular, Casey watched patrons dance and sway, savoring one of the oldest gay bars in the commonwealth for the last time. She wanted to leave something behind, a way for people to know that she and her friends were there.
Massachusetts was the first state to recognize gay marriage — a full decade before the country as a whole did — and its capital city quite fittingly has a host of bars catering to the LGBT community. Whether you're seeking a low-key dive bar or an in-your-face cocktail bar with drag brunches, these six LGBT-friendly bars and clubs in Boston will make you feel right at home. Drag brunches and regular screenings of RuPaul make visiting Trophy Room in the South End a weekly occurrence for some Bostonians — especially those looking for more than just a standard drink.
For more than 30 years, this Back Bay nightclub and restaurant has welcomed all comers, and remains a major player on the local LGBTQ scene. The Napoleon Room features excellent cabaret, including the popular weekly Broadway sing-along on Wednesday nights. The Moonshine Room is the place to go for Drag Bingo and other fun diversions.