Just wanted to point out that you left off a really important and useful resource: During commercial breaks, the place buzzes with chatter. In Boston, specifically, the volunteers and staff hold pop-ups and "takeovers" at local restaurants, bars, museums, Red Sox sporting events and other places around the city. Buddies closed in All the queer women who live in JP seem to know each other and, because they live so far away from the rest of the city, are exclusively friends with other queer people from JP. For all you foodies out there, Restaurant Week is also a great way to impress a date.
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When Did Boston’s Gay Scene Get So Straight?
Even if you hate art which, what? On Fridays and Saturdays, two DJs spin tunes all night; Sunday nights are reserved for dancing to disco classics; best of all, there's no cover. If a gay or lesbian person wants to live in Boston, which neighborhoods are the most gay and lesbian friendly? While Craigie can be expensive and hard to get in to, you can totally impress a date by snagging seats at the bar for cocktails and by far the best burger around. These are excellent nights. I think it's more rare to have neighborhoods where a same sex couple would face problems than not, though.
The first episode is uncharacteristically set in Washington, DC, and the show goes for timely political jabs. Originally Posted by kmann-sherborn Most suburbs around here in the Metrowest are most welcoming. The Penguin is awesome! Tnank you Carrie for the correction! Because of how the schedule works out, occasionally there are Sunday nights where all of the bartenders are women. Everyone sits out on the porch all the time hanging out with each other and strangers just walk by and join in. Given the friendly climate, you might expect to find more gay bars here now than ever.