Transgender friendly night clubs and bars. Great places to have fun out with your girlfriends.
Bar and club welcoming to crossdressed and transgender people The Metta Co comprises 2 services offered side by side called Turnip the Beet and The Metta Room. Turnip the Beet is a fast, casual , creative restaurant.The Metta Room has a full bar & music venue. Open Listing
Since 1981, this Manhattan LGBT venue has been a pioneer on the scene with loads of adventures through its rich 33 year history. With roots in Fire Island & Key West, The Monster has been host to “homos” since the 1970s! The Monster retains a nostalgic atmosphere here in the heart of historic Greenwich Village, something often missing from the newest trendy spots. Open Listing
Considered San Diego’s first gay bar, The Rail originally opened for business in the 1930’s in Downtown’s historic Orpheum Theatre building. It quickly became a popular lunch spot for business professionals, heating up in the evenings as a top meeting spot. Back then, law enforcement was known to have entered with flashlights demanding “All hands above the bar!” to keep men from holding hands. Since relocating to Hillcrest in the early 1960’s, customers continue to be drawn in by our inviting surroundings and lounge-style atmosphere, as we continue to thrive as a landmark destination. Our furnishings are modern, yet reminiscent Open Listing
Located in Manchester’s Gay Village, on the corner of Canal Street and Sackville Street, The Rembrandt has an enviable location in the middle of Canal Street overlooking Sackville Gardens. As one of the longest established businesses in the area, The Rembrandt has been serving Manchester’s gay community for decades. Comprising of The Rem Hotel, The Rem Bar and Club Tropicana, The Rembrandt has something to offer everyone whether it’s a centrally located hotel for a lively night out in Manchester’s city centre, an established community pub or the lively Club Tropicana nightclub, with drag DJ’s playing 80’s and 90’s classics Open Listing