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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 109 location including stores, restaurants, bars, centers, hotels and more!
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[Gay Bar]

1300 Walnut Street
20 years ago, a glimmer, no, a glo of hope for a darkened, dangerous city street. Today, globar is back and at the center of it all.
[Grocery and take out food]

105 S 13th St
Grocery 13 is a small little Market & cafe' that services the neighborhood around 13th and Chestnut street. The managers, Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran, are a nice and polite lesbian couple. The selections for late night shopping is pretty good for such a small place.
Hudson Pride Connections Center
[Pride Center]

32 Jones St.
Jersey City
Hudson Pride Connections Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-governmental, community organization that was formed in 1993. Originally known as Jersey City Connections, Hudson Pride is happy to offer a number of different services, programs and events to a diverse LGBTQ community in the Northern NJ region. After 14 years of serving the community, in the summer of 2007, Hudson Pride acquired a 3 story historic home from the late 19th century in one of the most diverse cities in the world. The center is home to the 32 Jones Art Gallery, The David Bohnett Cyber Center and many community partners including: Hudson Diversity Action Council (HDAC), The Pride Network, Chillfest, SAGE Northern NJ and MasT of Jersey City. The 32 Jones Gallery features local, national, and international Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and straight ally artists and serves as a venue to provide support for underrepresented and emerging artists; The David Bohnett Cyber Center offers free computer access and career development opportunities. Hudson Diversity Action Council advances the issues of underserved populations through political action, voter mobilization, and community education; The Pride Network works to end bias and prejudice by providing education and practical solutions to facilitate change and Chillfest is the mostly gay and lesbian film series in Jersey City.

254 S. 12th St
We are pleased to announce the official name of the new LGBT Nightclub coming to the Philadelphia Gayborhood is ICANDY. ICANDY will have an official grand opening on March 19, 2011, and will offer a much needed alternative to the current club and bar scene. ICANDY, and it's team, will be working closely with local and national groups, and organizations to connect to the community,and will be bringing a wide variety of events, and entertainment to the area.The club has a new owner,and management team, and is in no way a continuation of the now closed, and retired "12th Air Command". The renovations have been underway since November of 2010 when the sale of the building was official,and are scheduled to conclude by March.
Jamonera Restaurant

105 South 13th Street
Gay owned and operated Spanish Wine Bar and Restaurant
John C. Anderson Apartments
[Non-profit organization]

249 South 13th Street
The dmhFund and Pennrose Properties have partnered to develop a first of its kind LGBT-Friendly Affordable Senior Housing building in the heart Philadelphia's Gayborhood.
Knock Restaurant & Bar
[Restaurant / Bar]

225 S 12th St
From the man that brought you Woody's comes a new location to get a drink and have some food - Knock. Bill Wood's opens this new and exciting spot Knock is a dapper restaurant/lounge, looks to reverse the fortune of a location that's housed a series of drudgy eateries. They're currently only open for dinner and cocktails, but the plan is to also serve lunch and weekend brunch. After 11 p.m., the dining room seamlessly converts into a lounge thanks to kaleidoscoping tables that drop down to cocktail level. Chef Steven Huey's menu is nominally American with a few global touches: Some of his specialties include pork chops served with chocolate sauce and herbed biscotti, and sosaties, South Africa's version of the kabob.
Little Nonna's
[Italian Restaurant]

1234 Locust Street
Gay owned and operated - Little Nonna's is an Italian-American restaurant by Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran located in Midtown Village. Our restaurant seats about 40 guests inside and we have an additional 40 seats in our outdoor garden. Seating in the garden and at the chef's counter overlooking the open kitchen is on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are accepted for indoor tables for both lunch and dinner. We have a full liquor license and accept all major credit cards.
[Restaurant - Mexican Cuisine]

106 S. 13th Street
This cute new BYOB mexican resturant makes an amazing margarita (Bring your own tequila). True to its name, this eatery has a sultry decor and a daring menu. Decorated in black then accented with red tiling, bare brick and hip light fixtures, the restaurant lets it all hang out with its open kitchen. Owners Valerie Safran and chef Marcie Turney modernize Mexican cuisine with house specialties like grilled salmon with applewood-smoked bacon, chipotle-garlic grilled beef tenderloin and soft corn tortillas with orange-glazed pork. Cute waiters bring you incredible dish after dish. Just a quick walk to the gayborhood.
Mary McGrath's Pub

2372 Orthodox St.
Blaze's 2nd story is located upstairs
Mazzoni Center: Main Office

1348 Bainbridge Street
Our Mission To provide quality comprehensive health and wellness services in an LGBT-focused environment, while preserving the dignity and improving the quality of life of the individuals we serve. Office (215) 563-0652 Medical (215) 563-0658 Testing (215) 985-9206
[Restaurant - Italian Cuisine]

1216 Spruce Street
This Italian BYOB, brought to you by the owners of neighborhood favorite Valanni, serves seasonal fare with a decidedly Italian twist from its tiny open kitchen. The menu changes frequently, but expect to see dazzlingly fresh salads, daily pasta specials heaped with seafood and entrees like a black bass served with morels and marinated artichokes, or whole grilled red snapper. Carnivores fear not, meat makes an appearance as well, in the form of tender braised short ribs and herb-roasted chicken. The tiny room, with creamy butter yellow walls, tin ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows is simple and inviting, though charming enough to impress a date
Metro Mens Clothing
[Men's Clothing]

1615 E. Passyunk Ave
Metro is an upscale, contemporary boutique. We carry Ben Sherman, Penquin, Scotch & Soda, Fresh, Report Collection, Victorinox, Fred Perry, Parke & Ronen, Sundek & Pistol Pete. Metro is located in the heart of East Passyunk Ave in South Philly and is surrounded by great gay friendly/owned cafe's, restaurants and bars. We are also pleased to serve complimentary cocktails and soft drinks.
Metropolitan Community Church of Philadelphia

3637 Chestnut
Metropolitan Community Church is a Christian Church with a primary ministry to the GLBT community MCC Philadelphia is a revolutionary church, with transformational worship and relevant ministries. We strive to be a place of comfort, hope, and safety to all people. Being empowered through discipleship, MCCP exists to become alive in Christ and to receive the full manifestation of the Holy Spirit while actively impacting and uplifting the LGBTQ Community in a revolutionary, Christ-like fashion. We proclaim the life changing Good News of Godís love to the LGBTQ Community and beyond; and MCCP provides a safe, accepting spiritual refuge to the LGBTQ Community. MCCP will become an internationally recognized LGBTQ and friends Christian church that offers charismatic, Spirit-filled worship services and affirming, Biblically-based training. We will become a teaching church for future ministers. MCCP will strive to provide counseling and support to those in need and a safe refuge for those in religiously persecuted and abusive situations. We will be universally recognized champions for human rights issues and will continue to be committed to health-related education, particularly HIV. We will be known for development of additional ministries housed within our own building that address unmet needs and will also be known for our key role in efforts that unite the Philadelphia-area LGBTQ Community and friends in spiritual fellowship, community events and collaborative support services.
Midtown Village

Broad to 11th St. and Market to Spruce
Midtown Village is a unique enclave of independent, open-minded boutiques, restaurants, lofts and more. The area attracts a diverse group of forward thinking individuals who are drawn to the locale's distinctive energy. Its vitality and spirit is almost tangible to those walking through its streets.
Mishkan Shalom
[Church - Reconstructionis Synagogue]

4101 Freeland Avenue
A congregation that welcomes and celebrates LGBT individuals and families. We have weekly services and a Congregatinal School. We are a diverse, progressive, activist congregation committed to integrating prayer, study, and acts of caring (tikkun olam), as well as to working with people of all faiths to build justice and peace. We welcome inter-faith families and non-Jewish partners, Jews of color, singles, and people of all ages and ability. Mishkan Shalom uses a fair share membership dues system based on household income.
[Latin Cuisine]

1141 Pine Street
Tierra Colombiana's polished Center City outpost is definitely more uptown than the original. There are big picture windows, papaya-colored walls and an airy upstairs bar. Still, the efficient, Spanish-speaking service is reminiscent of Mixto's North Philly home-style progeny. So are the immense platefuls of food. Coming for dinner? Skip lunch. Appetizers like beef-stuffed empanadas and spicy shrimp with mashed plantains are tasty and filling. Even better: Skip appetizers, since dinner entrees--plain grilled whole pargo fish, simple chicken breast in tangy red salsa, even a giant platter of squid-ink paella--come with plenty of beans, rice and plantains or cassava. The size alone will overwhelm, even when flavors don't. Order the fried skirt steak with sliced avocado, fried egg, and all the trimmings. In the improbable event there's room for dessert, share homemade chocolate or moist and milky tres leches cake.
Modern Eye - Center City
[Optometrist ]

145 S. 13th St.
Modern Eye was one of the first opticians to adopt a boutique approach to selling glasses. Owned and operated by optometrist Dr. Chris Anastasiou, the store has two locations with the latest frames from designers like Oliver Peoples, LA Eyeworks, Oakley and Kirk Originals.
More than Just Ice Cream
[American Cuisine]

1119 Locust Street
Old-fashioned ice cream parlor chairs mix with modern light fixtures. While ice cream scoopers do their job at the counter, R&B plays over the eclectic crowd. The bistro-like menu features generous omelettes, sandwiches (like an open-faced Reuben oozing with Swiss cheese), big burgers in beef, turkey and veggie, and entrees (like salmon served with coconut basmati rice). Daily soups can make nice starters, as can a well-portioned spinach salad with blue cheese, walnuts, apples and onions. Richmond's Ice Cream is one way to finish off the meal, particularly a sundae using the Moosetracks flavor and peanut butter-fudge topping. Every sundae comes with plenty of whipped cream in the traditional fluted glass. If ice cream is not on the agenda, skip the enormously popular apple pie that lacks a buttery crust. Try banana cake instead.
New Hope

Main Street
New Hope
Nestled along the banks of the Delaware River, the village of New Hope and its surrounding area offers visitors scenic countryside, romantic hideaways and family fun. Located in Bucks County PA, this sophisticated yet country-casual town provides a much needed break from today?s hectic lifestyle and offers something for everyone.
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