Boston may not be home to a huge number of gay bars, but it does have a nice variety, including a mix of neighborhood pubs, dance bars, and inviting lounges tucked inside trendy restaurants mostly in the South End. You can also find a number of other inviting gay bars just an hour south of Boston in Providence , Rhode Island. Provincetown , on the tip of Cape Cod, is worth the road trip as it's one of the most gay-friendly places in the state. As Boston's favorite gay bear hangout, this cozy and friendly spot down a narrow alley tends to draw a somewhat eclectic crowd, in part because it's the only gay bar downtown. The Alley has bear parties every Saturday including "UnderBear" the first Saturday of the month , and there's also pool and karaoke some evenings. It is located on a little pedestrian lane and can be a bit tricky to find.
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The attractive, bustling seacoast community of Portsmouth , New Hampshire doesn't have much in the way of nightlife specifically geared to LGBT clients, but this generally liberal city of 21, does have a sizable gay population. Portsmouth is a popular getaway for New Englanders from Boston an hour south , Portland an hour north , or Providence two hours away. This historic city lies at the northern end of the New Hampshire coastline—conveniently located just off of I—with its downtown hugging the shores of the scenic Piscataqua River. Although there are only a small number of gay-friendly bars and restaurants in the area, Portsmouth is full of a number of fascinating museums—notably the Strawbery Banke living history complex of colonial buildings—and plenty of accepting establishments for all types of clientele. A few bars and restaurants in the walkable, historic downtown of Portsmouth do have a bit of a gay following or are at least quite welcoming to the LGBT community.
Gather serves modern American-inspired dishes like our popular chicken and waffle bites, local craft beer, Samuel Adams Beer Towers, espresso martinis classic, chai, and mocha , and cocktail pitchers including Blueberry Lemonade and Margarita La Picante. If you have a wedding or special celebration coming up, we can comfortably host your group. Covid rules well followed. We felt very safe.