Who says gay bars are over? Even with gay dating apps like Grindr and Scruff, bars are still fun places to meet new people and have a good time. Whether you are looking for someone special, having a night out with friends or just want a safe space to be out and proud, D.
We are going to be in The Annex, in the lower level of the Eagle. Resident DJ C-Dubz providing music. The party kicks off at 10pm and goes until 4am.
By Andrew Collins. With a great mix of diverse bars situated in several different neighborhoods, Washington, D. Here in Washington you can find pulsing dance clubs, seemingly secret neighborhood bars tucked down alleys, racially and socially diverse clubs, some fun lesbian hangouts—there's pretty much something for every taste and style.
Finally, see and be seen on the refurbished, year-round upstairs patio that boasts a DJ and plenty of dancing. Check out showtunes on Mondays and Family Feud-style trivia on Wednesdays. Sundays are especially wild thanks to ridiculously well-priced vodka specials and beer pong games upstairs. Choose from an array of martinis with — you guessed it — Grey Goose vodka, kick back and relax.
Halo's location is a narrow, two-story building that originally served as an automobile repair shop. When the bar opened inonly the second floor was used by Halo and it consisted of 1, square feet sq m. The bar features curved ceilings, white walls, blue and purple accent lightingsilver bar stools, and winding banquettes.
It might come as a surprise to learn that Washington, D. At night, however, the tables are cleared away for the drinking crowds. Perhaps the most under-the-radar gay bar to outsiders, as well as the most political of Washington's gay bars, the Diner is home to high-profile Democratic and Republican operatives who regularly put aside politics when they arrive for the party.
Washington, DC is, well, notorious. Politics, sex scandals, and fiery protests have given this popular destination for and home to the gay community a bit of an edge. The city's large gay community, however, has stayed focused on securing equal rights and having a great time while they are at it.
Ophelia Zayna Hartis a belly dancer and drag and burlesque performer hailing from Washington. A native of Fairfax, Va. Now Tezrah reigns in her fourth year of DJing in the D.
It was the first gay bar I ever went to, and I have both fond and less-than-fond memories of it. I remember driving past its cinder block, windowless facade in high school and wanting so badly to venture inside, and I have fond memories of finally making it there with a group of friends for the first time when we were all home from college. The interior was only a little bit more appealing than the exterior but it was a sprawling space with multiple rooms that facilitated dancing.