BoiParty has been New York City's premier gay and bisexual nightlife authority and information source for over a decade. It's hard to say just how many bars this hotel has, because many of the nightlife areas run into one another, but suffice it to say there's an impressive amount of space in which to party -- the Plunge lounge that runs across the top floor of the hotel and out onto the pool deck; the rooftop sundeck-cum-event space; the Ivy Lounge, the Red Room -- the list goes on. From the latest hot spot to classic Manhattan gay bars, you'll find plenty of options to fit your every mood. Just don't casually stroll in late at night and expect to get a table -- unless, that is, you've been on the cover of a fashion magazine or won a Grammy in the past year or so. By day the atmosphere is Seattle coffee shop, with rows of bespectacled faces peeking over Apple laptops at the long, library-style tables; by night it's a hip neighborhood bar, with clusters of guests chilling out and sipping cocktails into the wee hours. Shared bathrooms gender specific have upscale touches like Italian marble, Parisian fixtures, rain showerheads, and eco-friendly toiletries.
For a generation of fiendish fans, the Scissor Sisters were perhaps the sole bastion of blissful expression in a straight-laced age of Nickelback and Jack Bauer. The young BoiParty go-go boys,considered New York City's hottest and largest eye candy squad, add an extra bit of spice to our weekly parties. It was the location of the Stonewall Rebellion of 1969, in which hundreds of gays, lesbians and transgender people and their supporters for the first time finally fought back against the unwarranted and often violent police raids. In the old days, the neon flashing lights behind the bar, disco balls hanging from the ceiling, dance cages, and super sugary shots were like lady catnip, even with a weekend cover charge. Various locations The promoters that host sleazy circuit parties including Night People and the infamous Black Party in March bring you The Saint At Large. The floors are sticky, drinks are cheap, and events are almost nightly, including , drag bingo, and holiday drinking events.
Weeknights are all about drag bingo, singing competitions, and variety shows. On weekends at Paddles you can wear underwear, a jockstrap or nothing at all. Greenwich Village A pre-Stonewall historic stop One of the oldest spots of its kind in New York City, Julius got its start as a grocery store in the 1840s and evolved into a full-fledged gay bar after about a hundred years. All bodies are underpants bodies. If you want to attend, simply enter your email address below and we'll get right back with a welcome email listing all of the parties and their locations. The narrow dive is typically packed with female-identifying people playing the jukebox and ordering cheap drinks from happy hour until well after midnight.
We also host the well attended underwear launch parties for top-tier brands including Diesel underwear, 2xist, Undergear, Priape and Baskit. The men and the music are always good. East Village An easy hang to start -- or end -- your night Having risen from the ashes of a dive bar devastated by fire, this ever-cool hangout dates back to 1999 -- as does some of its music. Community performers and activists—past guests have included poet Phoenix Natasha Russell and the Lavender Light Gospel Choir—are also on the bill. The Stonewall Inn remains a favorite drinking and partying spot, featuring a bar and an upstairs dance floor. The nightly parade of clubhoppers outside the door can grow tiresome -- but if that's your scene, the proximity to so many excellent restaurants and bars is hard to beat.
Saturday parties are typically from 1-5pm or 10pm-2:30am. As always, a complimentary buffet dinner is included with each ticket. Includes a wide assortment of men and groping. The hotel blends public spaces together in a unique way: The fitness center has portholes overlooking the pool, and the pool itself has a glass bottom that looks down into the lobby. We've rounded up the best performances to see.
A gay male equivalent to Hooters I think? Boarding at Pier 40 begins at 6pm and sailing is from 7:30-10pm. Rooms are clustered around three open courtyards, which are great for socializing: the Great Lawn, an Astroturf-carpeted space with bean bag chairs and regular film screenings; the Secret Garden, a bamboo-fringed oasis with a long common table for group meals; and the Sun Deck, with lounge chairs for catching rays in the summer. Hotel guests do at least have an edge: They're entitled to jump the line if people are actually waiting to get in. Blue 165 8th Ave The video booths in the backroom of this Chelsea porn shop are a wonderful throwback to the cruising of yesteryear — with surprisingly hot men. The huge two-level lounge is a former warehouse and whorehouse. President Obama made the bar a National Historic Landmark in 2016, so expect to find a handful of tourists including allies at this cozy, bilevel watering hole where regulars run the show. Rooms come equipped with cushy robes, spa-like showers, and minibars stocked with late-night snacks and spirits.
This retrospective celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, and of the first exhibition of gay art held by Charles W. My home away from home — please forward all my mail here. Each night presents the nearly impossible challenge of where to party, drink it out, or just relax. The Highest Attended Album Release Parties Boiparty. Visitors here have planned a night out and are laser-focused on fun. New York is, without question, the world capital of the drag arts.
The common areas are configured around hang-out spots, such as the outdoor patio with lounge chairs and a ping-pong table. This means no shirts or pants. It is an homage to the divas, dreamers, and dancing queens that have paved the way and continue to create and inspire us. The welcoming, consent-affirming vibe of the massive Bushwick party-playpen House of Yes makes it a gem for queer revelers on any given night, but you can count on this monthly throwdown for unabashed rainbow delirium. Clothes check is included; please tip for good service. Gold King rooms have portholes surrounding the bed with killer views.
Boarding at Pier 40 begins at 6pm and sailing is from 7:30-10pm. Its common areas -- lobby, restaurants, and lounges -- are spacious and high-design, offering room to party, relax, hold a meeting, and socialize. Join us on Sunday, September 2nd for our annual Labor Day Weekend cruise! For upcoming cruises, photos or more information, visit www. Tuesdays Splash, New York City's largest weekly young gay college event. Indeed, the 105-room boutique property hosts guests of all orientations, including many foreigners drawn by the hotel's central location, sleek design, gorgeous common areas, and hot nightlife.
Whether you're down to see the experimental Bushwig scene in Bushwick, or to witness cabaret queens give Broadway songs their stamp downtown, you're bound to fall in love. Supporting the Hottest Events Across America Boiparty. Needless to say, sequins and glitter are encouraged. Anyone who is looking for a laid-back afterwork drink or nightcap sans straight people should adopt this no-frills Astoria bar as a living room extension. You must wear some kind of shoes at all parties. While the vibe is calm by day, in the evenings the restaurants and lounges on street level and on the roof cater to a beautiful crowd that likes to socialize and party.