What’s Most Exciting than grabbing a beer with your gay partner at a bar?
Traveling around the world and exploring places with your loved ones, is a key to happiness. We recently explored places that are LGBTQ+ friendly and here’s what we found.
The 12 Must-Try Gay Bars Around the World:
Located in Anchorage Alaska, is a gay and a cabaret bar. Dance along with your partner on Friday night, or sing along for the karaoke. It is the largest and most popular entertainment complex in Alaska.
2. The Chapel at the Abbey:
Located in LA, California. World-famous gay bar and restaurant situated in West Hollywood. It has a huge dance floor, strong music, live drag show, and has a great atmosphere. If you visit West Hollywood, its a must-visit.
3. Urban Mo’s Bar and Grill:
The “Best Gay Bar” is located in the heart of Hill Crest, San Diego’s LGBTQ+ community. Urban MO’s is a hetero-friendly gay restaurant that makes the best burgers in San Diego, hands down. We’re colorful, fun. The best time you’ll have on any given afternoon, and an even better time in the evening.
We believe that cocktail glasses should be adorned with plastic farm animals. MO’s is more than a bar with the best Happy Hour in Hillcrest – we’re part of what makes Hillcrest, Hillcrest.
4.Lone Star Saloon:
Located in San Francisco, California. Lone Star Saloon first opened its doors in 1989 on the corner of Howard and the 7th. At first, it was a bar for old gay hippies. The Lone Star has been open for business and serving bears ever since.
Featuring performances by talented musicians from across Texas every Thursday. Come on down and enjoy a cold beverage, delicious meal, and some great tunes with us!
5. Wang Chungs:
Located in Honolulu, Hawaii. One of the best gay karaoke bar on the planet. The food is great, the bartenders are amazing.
Also, have Drag Brunch on Sundays. Tall bubbly pitchers of mimosas and delicious brunch plates will be available.
6. The Back Door:
Located in Bloomington, Indiana. It’s literally the back half of another bar.
As Bloomington’s only dedicated LGBTQIA+ space, The Back Door strives to offer a little something for everyone and be a place where folk can be themselves. We promote Queer Liberation through community building, mutual aid, performance, revelry, and dance.
“Sometimes chill, sometimes wild, there’s at least one event every week to match your mood.”
7. Delta Beer Lab:
Situated in Madison, Wisconsin. Serves as a community destination and brewery. Beer has brought people together for hundreds of years.
We strive to expand the community through quality, local craft beer without barriers to gender, race, or sexual orientation.
They have one giant bathroom where all the stalls are gender-neutral and painted the colors of the rainbow. Everything about the bar is inclusive. It’s pretty too! It looks like a fancy chemistry lab.
8. Halfway to Heaven:
Located in London, England. Welcome to Halfway To Heaven – a great, lively, friendly venue for the LGBT community of London.
Upstairs is a friendly pub, serving great cask ales and lagers, while downstairs is our center-stage bar, with live entertainment, such as cabaret and karaoke seven nights a week.
Drag shows, cheesy pop tunes, Skittle bomb shots all round, and the loveliest people.
Located in Washington, DC. It welcomes AND represents all LGBTQ people, supports local drag artists and famous queens, and supports local LGBTQ groups with special events.
Situated in Seattle, Washington. It’s a great little dark bar that has a huge outdoor patio with fire pits. There they had go-go boys on the bar dancing away. Great entertainment, cool vibe, heavy pours.
11. The Dark Lady:
Located in Province, Rhode Island. The bar has a really inclusive, friendly atmosphere so you feel welcome right away. They host block parties all summer including a really incredible one for Providence Pride.
Even though Rhode Island is the smallest state, their Pride celebration is ranked as one of the best in the country, and it’s in large part because of The Dark Lady!
Located in Portland, Oregon. Crush is an amazing LGBTQ bar. It’s actually been voted best gay bar in Portland a few times. It’s just a fun bar with great events for everyone — especially their burlesque shows!