Here you can check all lesbian and gay bars/clubs around the world :
- She Soho – 23a Old Compton Street, London – http://she-soho.com/
- Freedom Bar – National House 60-66 Wardour Street St James, London
- East block – 217 City Road London
You can find on facebook all the lesbian and gay bars and clubbs in London in here : https://www.facebook.com/search/106078429431815/places-in/128470943900600/places/intersect/
- * Revenge – 32-34 Old Steine Brighton BN1 1EL
- The Bulldog-31 St James Street Brighton East Sussex-
*And all over Britain : http://pinkuk.com/venues/club/brighton-east-sussex/brighton/the-basement-club
281 W. 12th St., nr. 4th St.; 212-243-9041
The tiny, always gregarious West Village bar unites the neighborhood’s corporate climbers with a mix of sporty types and postcollege hotties, plus a few wayward hipsters.
363 Fifth Ave., nr. 5th St., Park Slope; 718-788-0924
Those pining for the buzz-cut babes and flag-waving mammas of small-town Lesbianville will feel right at home shooting pool or singing karaoke at this Park Slope institution.
“Hot Rabbit” at the Monster
80 Grove St., nr. 4th St..; 212-924-3558
Doors open at 10 p.m. for this Friday-night dance party. Sure, it’s got “Red Hot Go Go Boys,” but Lea DeLaria has also showed up! Check the party’s Facebook page for the “secret” password for free entry.
438 Hudson St., at Morton St.; 212-924-3347
A no-nonsense party bar for rocker girls and brainy ladies looking to kick back without pretense.
The Stonewall Inn
53 Christopher St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-488-2705
The legend of the ’69 Stonewall riots lives on, with historic photos from the riots hanging amid the flat-screens that sometimes show soft-core porn.
More here : http://nymag.com/travel/visitorsguide/40595/
Nestled on the peak of the Buttes Chaumont Park in the northeast of Paris, this young and trendy, gay-friendly spot, run by the former owners of the once-popular but now defunct lesbian glam club Pulp, has a massive outdoor terrace that gets packed when the weather turns warm. If you don’t get a seat at the picnic tables, prepare to squish like sardines with your fellow revelers. If that’s not your cup of tea, you can always take a place just outside the bar on the lawn of the park and soak up the good vibes. The crowd is mixed, but tends to attract hipster queer women and their associates.
Location: Parc des Buttes Chaumont – 2 avenue des Cascades, 19th arrondissement
Tel: + 33 (0)1 42 00 00 45
2. Open café
This hopping bar in the heart of the Marais is a must if you’re coming to Paris. You’ll find it by the huge crowds standing outside the front door and the rainbow-walled interior. Primarily a men’s bar, Open Café offers happy hour specials everyday on beer (3.70 Euros for a pint as this goes to press) from 6-10pm, plus happy-hour champagne (5.90) from 10pm until closing. The outside terrace serves burgers, sandwiches and salads, and is the perfect place to start off your gay soirée.
Location: 17 Rue des Archives, 4th arrondissement
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 72 26 18
Metro: Hotel de Ville
3. Le So-What!
Trendy and cosmopolitan without being pretentious, Le So-What, also nestled smack in the center of the Marais, is a quasi bar-club that is truly a testament to the area’s joie-de-vivre ambiance. While it caters mostly to age 30-40 lesbian women, gay men, bisexual, straight and transgender party-goers are always welcome. With no discrimination at the entrance, nor snooty bouncers, all styles of dress and ages can be found here. In between DJ sets, be sure to try a lime gin fizz cocktail or fresh mint mojito. Clubbing goes until 4am on Friday and Saturday.
Location: 30 rue du Roi de Sicile, 4th arrondissement
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 71 24 59
Metro: St Paul
4. La Mutinerie
Formerly Unity Bar, this feminist space is not only a café/bar, but also a community center for political and cultural action. An evening here can be anything from hip-hop and punk shows to live storytelling or a lecture series. This spot is open to everyone, and was created for and by Paris’s lesbian, transgender and queer community. A good pick for queers who eschew old-school divisions.
Location: 176-178 rue Saint Martin, 3rd arrondissement
Metro: Rambuteau, Etienne Marcel or Châtelet
5. Raidd Bar
Most men flock to this mainstay of the Parisian gay scene not for the drinks but for the infamous shower shows. Inside the glass showers set beside the bar, go-go boys blessed by nature lather up while you drool into your cocktail. Themed nights spice things up even further, with Brazilian Wednesdays and Disco Fever Tuesdays. Or, for over 18s, stop by for the Ultimate Shower Show on Thursdays for a lather that lasts all night long. The Raidd Bar caters to a hip, young, international crowd, and you should prepare to sweet talk the bouncer at the entrance to ensure you get in to see the show.
Location: 23 Rue du Temple, 4th arrondissement
Tel: +33 (0) 1 53 01 00 00
Metro: Hotel de Ville
6. Duplex Bar
This friendly spot moves away from the meat-market tendencies of some of the larger gay men’s bars in the Marais. The Duplex’s tiny space is a perfect set-up for mixing and mingling, with plenty of chances to actually talk to people. You’ll find people of all ages here and many an Anglophone as well, so no need to master French to enjoy your night out.
Location: 25 Rue Michel le Comte, 3rd arrondissement
Tel: +33 (0)1 42 72 80 86
Metro: Rambuteau, Etienne Marcel or Châtelet
More here : http://goparis.about.com/od/parisbarsandclubs/a/Gay-Lesbian-And-friendly-Bars-And-Clubs-In-Paris.htm
+ Girlicious –Itinerante Barcelona
+ La Sue BCN –Calle Vllarroel nº 60 Barcelona
+ La Federica-Carrer de Salva, 3 Barcelona
+ Stupenda – Diputació, 233 Barcelona
+ Plata Bar
Plata Bar is a classy New York style bar with dim lighting and plasma screens playing music videos. Here they serve a long list of craft cocktails along with a few delicious tapas. This bar has a great location in the heart of Gaixample with large gallery windows so you can watch the world go by outside, you also may like to take a step out onto the amazing terrace to catch some fresh air.
Address: Carrer del Consell de Cent, 233
+ Metro Disco
If you want to dance the night away this is the place for you. Metro Disco is the premiere gay dance club in Barcelona. You will find a large diverse crowd, great music, and strong cocktails. The entrance fee can be a little steep, especially on the weekends, but you get your first drink for free.
Address: Sepúlveda, 185
+ Sky Bar by Axel
Sky Bar is a glorious rooftop bar at the Axel Hotel. The bar has recently upgraded to include a small pool and jacuzzi that are very popular with the guests who can be seen sipping cocktails here any day of the week. This gay bar in Barcelona is exceptionally fun in the summer when they host themed pool parties.
Address: Carrer Aribau, 33
Átame is a Barcelona gay and lesbian bar that is calm during the week and lively on the weekends. If you want to stop in for a drink on Thursday you can get some great prices during happy hour. On the weekend there’s quite a crowd sweating it out on the dance floor. Sundays are the best nights at Átame thanks to their popular drag queen performance.
Address: Carrer del Consell de Cent, 257 More at : http://www.timeout.com/barcelona/gay-lesbian/places-and-parties-for-lesbians and
- Saarein – Address: Elandsstraat 119, Amsterdam – http://www.saarein.info
- Vivelavie – Address: Amstelstraat 7, Amsterdam – http://www.vivelavie.net
The Glasshouse Hotel, 51-55 Gipps Street, Collingwood
She Bar is a women’s only night held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month especially for Melbourne’s Lesbian and Bi-women’s community. She Bar provides fun and a friendly atmosphere with regular live acts, female DJs and special events.
The Girlfriend Society – I am sorry Grandma – https://www.facebook.com/sorrygrandma/
The Palms Bar
8572 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90069
L.A.’s only all-week Lesbian bar has been a West Hollywood staple for four decades. It remains the place where lesbians, famous and infamous, love to be seen, party and mingle.
696 North Robertson Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90069
It’s lady’s night on Thursdays or, as the normally hot gay club calls it, “a night for ladies and their friends.” Resident dj’s LEZlee and Asha spin some of the hottest hip hop and house anthems around.
661 N. Robertson Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Fans of Girl Bar love the friendly staff and the nightly drink specials. The go-go girls also get high marks for being hotties. On occasion, they even have girls wrestling in oil.
Jewel’s Catch One
4067 W. Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Everyone is welcome to this inviting and high-energy dance club. Jewel’s started in 1972 as the nation’s first black gay and lesbian club, but now the diversity of this nightspot is what sets it apart from most clubs. Gay, straight, lesbian, black, white, young, old…everyone shakes their groove thang at Catch.
901 E. 1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
A dance club for ladies looking to groove to electro, hip-hop, house music and mash-ups.
801 Larrabee Street
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Citysearch called this LA’s best gay and lesbian bar a few years back and it still doesn’t disappoint. Primarily a club for the boys, when the girl’s take over, watch out. Ladies love the great cocktail menu (try the martinis!) and happy hour specials on Thursdays in the Platinum Club. Plus, East/West is know for its tequila. Hay caramba!
Moonshadow Night Club
10437 Burbank Boulevard
North Hollywood, CA 91601
This night club also packs in the patrons for Sunday Brunch and Tuesday Karaoke nights. It’s considered one of the hottest lesbian clubs in Los Angeles, and certainly the Valley’s hottest locale. Live music and go-go girls are other high points.
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