A watering hole frequented by Weho locals for its friendly bartenders, inexpensive drinks, and a pool table. The intimate lounge, with exposed brick and oversized drapes, serves as a necessary antidote to the surrounding mayhem. Courtesy of The SoFo Tap. Photo courtesy of Eagle Houston. Street 66 is also super homely with living room furniture and lampshade lighting encouraging guests to stay longer than the usual bar.
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Everything is quite peachy at this Atlanta entry which has been open since the late s. Open every day sincePegasus is one of the friendliest venues in the city with drag performances, karaoke, and dancing. Street 66 is a fab little gay bar hidden away from busy street life on Parliament Street, close to Dublin Castle. Street 66 Street 66 is a fab little gay bar hidden away from busy street life on Parliament Street, close to Dublin Castle. Lauderdale PUB has two-for-one happy hour every day but Sunday, nightly drink specials, and a new pub grub menu. XXL certainly knows its niche.
Head here on Saturday nights for the rowdy event, and keep an eye out for the amicable duo Harold and Rick at the bar. Houstonians come out for the nightly dance parties, Wednesdays through Sundays. A low-key, down-to-earth bar with regular underwear and leather nights. Set on Capel Street on the Northside of Dublin, Pantibar opened in with a mission to create an old-school friendly gay bar which considers our unique city setting and cosmopolitan vibe, all whilst remaining utterly relaxed and welcoming. With craft beers, decadent cocktails and reggae-vinyl love that reigns supreme, this quirky little bar packs quite the punch. A slice of paradise for gay men in the capital; the always unannounced programming is as paramount as the freedom to express exuberant homosexuality.