Here is a list of gay clubs in New York Manhattan. NYC gay nightlife is very vivid. Bars and clubs come a go, so the scene changes somewhat per month. Nighttours tries to be as up to date a possible. Guys from New York! Please help keeping this list up to date for guys visiting your city!7.8/10(1.1K). Gay New York travel guide. Welcome in New York, the city that never sleeps. It's 24/7 enjoying shopping, dining, clubbing or art. Visit all the iconic landmarks like the Statue of Liberty or check out a show on Broadway. Meet guys in Hell's Kitchen or the Village for a drink in one of the gay bars or go dance with them in one of the clubs for a night out.7.8/10(1.1K).
The Manhattan neighborhoods that resonate most strongly with gay and lesbian visitors to New York City include Chelsea, Greenwich Village, the East Village, the Lower East Side, SoHo, the Hell's Kitchen section of Midtown, and the Upper West Side.To varying degrees, these are all popular places for gay New Yorkers to live, work, and play. Established in 1862, this is New York’s oldest operating gay bar. You can feel a rich sense of history and community here. Thanks to a resurgence in popularity in recent years, the crowd has an Author: Ethan Lacroix.
Day One: West Village and Chelsea. Today’s itinerary weaves through the sidewalks of both the West Village and Chelsea, so warm up for the healthy walk in Hudson River Park, a scenic and family-friendly replacement of the West Village’s piers that were synonymous with 1970s-era New York City gay life.After following in the footsteps of our predecessors, let your nose lead you back inland Author: David Sokol.