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While the gay bars and clubs tend to be the more popular attractions, there are dozens of other places to stop along the way. Philly Gay Calendar has 107 location including stores, restaurants, bars, centers, hotels and more!
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Church
Club
Coffee Shop
Hotel
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12th Street Gym
[Gym]

204 S. 12th Street
Philadelphia
This is where all the gay boys go to train. One of the largest gyms in Philadelphia, 12th Street Gym offers a 22 station HAMMER STRENGTH circuit, Body Masters cable systems and over 60 quality group fitness classes a week.
ActionAIDS Annex
[HIV Testing & Counseling]

1026 Arch St.
Philadelphia
ActionAIDS Center City Annex provides free HIV testing. Check PGC or the ActionAIDS website for walk-in times, or call 267-940-5515 to make an appointment.
ActionAIDS West Office
[HIV Testing & Counseling]

3901 Market Street
Philadelphia
Entrance is on Filbert Street.
Alexander Inn
[Hotel]

12th St & Spruce St
Philadelphia
A beautifully restored, historic structure with all of today's lovely amenities. The room decor is a modern Deco reflection of the great cruise ships of the 30's, which you will see in the furnishings, fabrics, accessories. Its convenient location among Philadelphia's downtown attractions makes it popular with tourists who want to avoid the generic hotel scene and don't feel like spending half their holiday in the car, driving to or from the next attraction.
All Souls Ecumenical Church
[Church]

640 Centre Ave
Reading
We are a new predominantly Gay and Lesbian parish being established in Reading, PA. Please join us at 1pm for our inaugural worship service on April 19th. Our worship services will be held in the chapel at Cavary UCC, 640 Centre Ave. Reading. We will be holding worship every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays at 1pm. Check out our website.
Andre Richard Salon
[Salon]

1218 Locust St
Philadelphia
At Philadelphia’s #1 salon, Andre Richard Salon’s expert stylists will give you the hottest looks, from cuts and color to treatments and extensions! Our award winning stylists listen to each client, guaranteeing you the exquisite style and great service that you deserve. Intrigued by ombré? Looking for long, flowing locks? We offer everything you need – cuts for men and women, relaxers, keratin treatments, bridal services, and more! And of course, we use only the highest quality products like Redken, DevaCurl, and American Crew. At Andre Richard Salon, we’re focused on education and each member of our specially trained staff, from the entry level through the world-trained master, is continually working to learn new techniques and hone their craft. Join us soon at our inviting salon with its friendly vibe and expert hair care. Make your appointment today and find out why Andre Richard Salon services have earned us awards and a reputation for excellence!
Arch St. United Methodist
[Church]

55 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia
A Church Service for LGBTIQ and Allies to celebrate the Pastor and Church for the number of years that they served the Community of Philadelphia.
Arterial Agents
[Food/Beverages]

700 Sansom Street
Philadelphia
Gay owned and operated! We’re a “coffee & shop” rather than a “coffee shop”, as two thirds of the space is dedicated to retail. Coffee is what brings people into the shop to discover what else we offer, and keeps them coming back to see what’s new. We’re currently the only shop in the city serving Ceremony exclusively; only CC location offering Green Aisle Grocery products; only place in Philly (even PA) to carry specific magazines. Also, we are people- focused first and look forward to building strong relationships with our customers.
Attic
[Center - Youth]

255 S. 16th St.
Philadelphia
The Attic seeks to create a safe, supportive non-judgemental environment where youth can share concerns about school, family and friends, be themselves, and take a step from loneliness, secrecy, and self-doubt into participation, belonging, and self-confidence. By encouraging and supporting a process for youth leadership, The Attic validates the efforts of l/g/b/t/q youth to develop personal responsibility for their lives and community.
Barbara Gittings Gay & Lesbian Collection at the Free Library of Philadelphia
[Library Section]

18 S 7th Street
Philadelphia
Named for a lifelong Philadelphia activist who fought for the inclusion of gay and lesbian materials in public libraries, this is the second-largest public library collection of LGBT-themed books, movies and magazines in the country.
Barbuzzo
[Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar]

110 South 13th Street
Philadelphia
A small section of inside and outside tables, plus two bars serving Mediterranean cuisine. Gay owned and operated
Bebashi Transition To Hope
[Non-Profit Organization]

1235 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia
Bebashi – Transition to Hope was established in 1985 in response to the increasing incidence of HIV/AIDS among the African-American community. Since its inception, it has expanded its focus to include sexual health education and prevention, breast health awareness, and hunger relief.
Big Gay Ice Cream Philadelphia
[Ice Cream Shop]

521 South Broad Street
Philadelphia
Throughout their years, Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff had always focused on their respective careers — until they got themselves a Big Gay Ice Cream Truck. Their seasonal truck debuted in June 2009, and since then, the business has seen a whirlwind of publicity and has become a New York favorite. With a playful attitude, Big Gay Ice Cream spins a new take on old-school soft-serve by creating fun and unique ice creams, toppings, and frozen treats that appeal to a diverse mix of clientele.
Blaze's 2nd Story
[Nightclub]

2372 Orthodox Street
Philadelphia
Blaze's 2nd Story is a new LGBT nightclub in Northeast Philadelphia and is located on top of Mary McGrath's Pub & Grub, both of which are gay owned and operated. Events such as male revues, drag shows, parties and etc. will be hosted.
Bob & Barbara's
[Bar - Drag]

1509 South St.
Philadelphia
At night, you'll find Bob and Barbara's a hub of multiculturalism--those same old men rubbing shoulders with drag queens, lawyers, students and an assortment of Philly's slackerati. Thanks to the excellent entertainment, the place is always crowded. Three nights a week, the house band, Nate Wiley and the Crowd Pleasers, do what they've been doing for the past 18 years. Thursdays features the city's longest running drag show, while the rest of the week is rounded out by singer-songwriters, bands and DJs.
Boxers PHL
[Sports Bar]

1330 Walnut Street
Philadelphia
Popular 2-level gay sports bar with big TVs, pool tables, brick-oven pizza, drink specials, plus sexy boys in boxers
Broad Street Ministry
[Church]

315 South Broad Street
Philadelphia
The Broad Street Ministry: An Inclusive Community of Faith along the Avenue of the Arts Maybe you are new to the city and are looking for a greater sense of community. Maybe you have been looking for a place to explore the questions of meaning and faith—and not be judged! If you are the kind of person who wouldn't ordinarily think of yourself as spending a lot of time at church—this may be the kind of place for you! Is it a church or what? What is Broad Street Ministry exactly? Broad Street Ministry is an emerging community of faith that: honors CREATIVITY in all it pursues strives to extend hospitality intentionally to each and all works tirelessly for a more just and compassionate city
Bud & Marilyn's
[Restaurant/Cafe]

1234 Locust Street
Philadelphia
Chef Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran's newest restaurant and bar, serving retro-American dishes, classic drinks and good times. Open daily at 5pm.
Camp Dreamcatcher
[Camp]

617 West South Street
Kennett Square
Patty Hillkirk had a dream in 1995 to start a camp for children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. While there were other camps for disadvantaged kids, and those with serious illnesses, the camp was envisioned as more than just an outdoor, fun experience. As a psychotherapist, Patty felt it was also important for the kids to have a special place that was safe, supportive and nurturing, a place to express their feelings of fear, sadness and anger with adults who understand and with children who may share their burdens. During one week in August, children ages 5 -17 attend Camp Dreamcatcher. The children coming to camp may be coping with the HIV/AIDS infection of a family member, the death of one or both parents, or their own HIV/AIDS infection. The purpose of Camp Dreamcatcher is to provide children whose lives have been touched by HIV/AIDS with a chance to get away from home for a week and have fun! The children enjoy swimming, basketball, campfires, hiking, boating, arts/crafts, carnivals, scavenger hunts, a tour of the White House and the much anticipated Camp Dreamcatcher Talent Show!! The camp also offers the children a chance to express their feelings in a safe therapeutic environment. Professionals in the fields of psychotherapy, music/art therapy, yoga and massage facilitate individual and group experiences for the children. In all, over 75 counselors, medical staff and other professionals volunteer their expertise to make the camp an unforgettable experience for the children.
Capogiro
[Restaurant - Ice Cream]

119 S. 13th Street
Philadelphia
Located just off the gayborhood, Capogiro offers authentic gelato to hungry passerbys. Sitting outside with a few scoops of their famous gelato and enjoying a nice Philadelphia evening is a favorite of many.
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