New York is definitely the best city for everyone, regardless of your race, color, sex, religious creed, origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, etc! Take a look at what a New York City for girls that like girls looks like!
New York is one the best cities in the world to go out, right? Today, we’re dedicating this post to Girls that like Girls.
So, we decided to ask the help of our lovely friends Ashley Custer and Kristin Heckler, founder of Uprooted Flower Truck to give us a hand! Oh, we’ve written about them a while back, besides shooting a fantastic YouTube video.
They put together the best list of places in New York for girls that like girls, so check the out below!
#1 Ginger’s Bar
“Ginger’s Bar in Park Slope is the only lesbian bar in Brooklyn. They have Happy Hour every day and such a local, friendly feel. There is also Henrietta Hudson and Cubbyhole in Manhattan.”
Location: 363 5th Avenue
#2 Dixon Place
“Dixon Place is a theater space that offers Queer Culture Celebration each July. It’s the longest running, annual LGBTQ festival in the world!”
Location: 161A Chrystie Street
“Misster, at The Woods is a Lesbian LGBT dance party every Wednesday.”
Location: 48 South 4th Street
#4 PAT at Union Pool
“This is a monthly queer event in Brooklyn with a very open, fun environment! There are multiple DJs and it’s set in a former pool supply store.”
Location: 484 Union Avenue
“Hot Rabbit at Drom is a girl party every other Friday.”
Location: 85 Avenue A
#6 House of Yes
“This venue is recommended by some of our favorite freelancers! We’ve made custom crowns for their epic parties and plan to go for Ashley’s upcoming 30th birthday. We’ve heard SUCH great things about this queer friendly space.” Read more about House of Yes.
Location: 2 Wyckoff Avenue
#7 Marie’s Crisis
“It’s not exactly a queer space but the percentage is often high! Kristin loves coming here to sing along to her favorite Broadway tunes with live piano players.” Read more about Marie’s Crisis.
Location: 59 Grove Street
#8 La Mama
“One of the classic East Village experimental theaters that’s been around for over 50 years. They often have queer content but their Squirts annual program features all queer performances.”
Location: 66 E 4th Street
#9 Bad Habit at Lot 45
“Bad Habit at Lot 45 Bushwick is on Saturdays, once a month. It’s an LGBT Dance Party!”
Location: 411 Troutman Street
#10 NYC Dyke Bar Takeover
“Dyke Bar Takeover hosts countless events all over the city at different days and times. As they explain – a group of artists and activists dedicated to creating and supporting Queer space for self-identified womyn, transgender and non-binary people of all races.”
#11 GO Magazine
“GO Magazine is based in NYC and writes about all things lesbian. We love their lez (a.k.a. lesbian) perspective when it comes to everything from health to motherhood to culture. I’m proud to have them represent our community!”
#12 Dancing with Her
“Not an NYC business but a new major crush for Uprooted. The magazine focuses on modern lesbian weddings exclusively and we love their Instagram! We are getting married in October and love seeing this representation in the wedding market. Plus, it’s run by a lesbian couple as well.”
Thank you Ashley and Kristin for the great tips and we wish you, in advance, all the love in your upcoming marriage!
We will soon post about Boys That Like Boys, so stay tuned!!!
Photo Credits: Courtesy of House of Yes, Heart image created by Freepik
*Last Update on March/2020.*