Another standard bar. This place is a little larger than the waterworks for the cross the street Enjoyed the atmosphere, the lights and the music.
Located at the start of Albany's gay village, Waterworks is the oldest gay-oriented community bar in Albany where our motto is Unity. Established inWaterworks is located in a historic multi-level building that enables us to offer something for everyone. The Club, located on the second floor, is one of the hottest and busiest spots in town.
Albany offers much more than just a political atmosphere as the state capitol of New York. It has a rich ancestral history and a unique cultural presence of nightlife and sight-seeing. The downtown area of Albany is home to a hotspot of bars and clubs, as well as museums and parks for daytime entertainment.
Only gay bar in downtown Indiana! They serve drinks and food, all while drag queens give a show for their audience! They also auction off liquor bottles for charity! Big outside deck area that is spacious, everyone is extremely friendly!
New York could become just the fifth state in the union to ban gay and trans panic defenses in court if legislation in Albany becomes law by the end of June. But as so often occurs, what would seem like legislation set to sail to easy passage in a state like New York may be undone by the typical bickering and dysfunction that define the Albany process. Prospective passage through the senate appears likely, with the bill being approved unanimously by the codes committee this month.
This series is also available as an e-book for your Kindle. Download it now. I asked some eminent gay, lesbian, and bisexual writers to tell me about their first visit to a gay bar.
Twenty years or so ago, Tom Scarff walked out of the Waterworks Pub on a weekend night. Three, or maybe four men waited for him outside. It was common then for heterosexual men to wait outside gay bars, Scarff said.
When gays in New York City rioted after police raided their bars inthe Blythwood Tavern remained quiet, accepting and peaceful. So perhaps no one should have been surprised when more than 1, people showed up at the Feb. Sixty cars wound through the city in the funeral cortege.
Saratoga Springs, NY, is roughly four hours north of Manhattan. It is the epitome of the quintessential northeastern town: easy-going, liberal and gay-friendly. Although it tends to be more popular with men, it was recently renovated and now has a large dance floor.