Lookout Bar in The Castro. Do expect to see rainbow flags blazoning proudly all over town, public displays of affection from gay couples, and no one batting an eye about it—except maybe tourists. You need to be logged in to go any further. View Local Tips in San Francisco. Sometimes, straight waiters who all the gays want to turn. There are different events on different nights so check their website to stay up to date!
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Gay San Francisco: City by the Bay
From Our Twitter Feed. Today, the Castro has a flourishing bar and nightlife scene and plenty to offer in the art and history departments, too, such as the GLBT History Museum and Castro Theatrewhich hosts the annual LGBTQ film festival, special screening events, and drag-inspired parodies of classic and cult films. Catch newbies strutting their stuff at Try Some Thing at 10pm ishgive all your dollars to the queens in the 11pm ish show, and stay late for the after-hours dancing. The duo pushes their songs into unexpected territories, not at all concerned with fitting into one box, while Double Duchess Krylon Superstar and davO have been keeping SF crowds on their feet for years with their raw and campy electronic sound. Another quintessential San Francisco experience is anything involving film connoisseur Peaches Christ.
Orphan Andy's Sober up or kill a hangover. The Lone Star never charges a cover but has many great events where you can meet like-minded hirsute men, such as Cubcake second Friday of the month and great Saturday night parties, including Leader of the Pack 50s music night. Lookout Bar in The Castro. Mix in The Castro. By Andre Shaktisex worker, activist, writer who teaches sexuality classes for the San Francisco Armory, and writes about sex work for Cosmopolitan online. Whether you like hard rock, electronic, indie, drag punk, hip-hop, bounce, or straight-up pop, these queer bands will bring the SF scene straight to your ears …. Get the Latest Updates!