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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 110 location including stores, restaurants, bars, centers, hotels and more!
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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 Ark United Church of Christ

300 East Main Street
The New Ark United Church of Christ is a welcoming Christian community. All persons are welcome with open arms.
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.
Nutz & Boltz

1220 Spruce St
Premium men's clothing boutique in Philadelphia Offering Andrew Christian, Nasty Pig, Marco Marco, and more!
Open City Healing Arts
[Local business]

1315 Walnut Street, Suite 920
Acupuncture - gentle, effective and affordable. Right in Center City. Open City is lesbian owned and operated, and always LGBT friendly.
Open House
[Bed and Bath]

107 S 13th St
Loft dwellers and downtown shoppers flock to the blue-and-white striped awnings to find everything from modular stacking cubes to haute-cuisine kitchen soap. Open House stocks one kind of hardwood, modern bed, one style of luxe chenille bath mats, one simple brand of bath products called Acca Kappa. The list is tightly edited, completely functional and nearly perfect. There are also geometric wood vases, cookbooks, pre-potted indoor plants, cards and oil candles--if your modern-industrial living space needs it, they've got it.
Optimal Gym - Old City
[Fitness Center]

325 Bainbridge Street
Optimal is not simply our name, nor is it a slick advertising catchphrase. Optimal is a personal statement--it is our way of thinking, of being, and of living. Each and every client offers us the opportunity to forge a trust, and intimate rapport. That trust is profoundly essential to who we are and what we do.
Optimal Sport 1315

1315 Walnut Street
Optimal Sport 1315, located at 1315 Walnut Street (entrance on Juniper St.), is Center City Philadelhpia's newest and hottest gym and gay owned and operated.

101 Asbury Avenue
Asbury Park
Paradise is a club/resort in Northern Ner Jersey. With a pool, and several bars there is always something going on.
Passional Boutique
[Fetish Store]

704 S. 5th St.
PASSIONAL is Philadelphia's retailer of CORSETS, Fashion and PASSION. The best place for costumes, drag supplies and fetish apparel for women and men, sex toys, leather goods and more, the shop is open every day of the week from Noon-10PM. Also be sure to check out the exhibits in PASSIONAL's Aprhodite Art Gallery or sign up for a PASSION 101 Fantasy Workshop
Pennsylvania 6 Philly

114 South 12th Street
Gay owned and operated - Contemporary Midtown American Restaurant with Raw Bar, Extensive Craft Beer & Wine Lists
Philly AIDS Thrift
[Thrift Store]

710 S 5th St.
If you like hidden treasures, junk, warm people, and an opportunity to Volunteer for a great cause (hint hint)... then this is the place for you! Store Hours: Mon-Thursday: 11am-8pm Fri&Sat: 11am - 9pm Sunday:11am - 7pm SHOP-DONATE-VOLUNTEER Volunteer shifts are 3-4 hours and very flexible. So please contact me if you are interested at *Donations of your precious treasures are welcome as well!
Pride and Progress Mural
[Mural Project]

Juniper Street at Spruce Street
A 7,500-square-foot mural that pays tribute to Philadelphia's GLBT community is the latest commissioned by the city for various neighborhoods. Titled "Pride and Progress," it is one of the largest, stretching almost a block long along one side of the city's gay community center. "Pride and Progress" depicts a composite of 1960s gay civil rights marches in Philadelphia and New York, a festival on cobblestone streets with a multicultural throng and segments of Independence Mall, all under a moody sky with the hint of a rainbow. The Mural is painted on the side of the William Way Gay Community Center.
Rainbow Mountain Resort

210 Mount Nebo Road
East Stroudsburg
Welcome to RAINBOW MOUNTAIN RESORT in the Pocono Mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania. We are a gay-owned and operated resort, restaurant and nightclub that has been serving the gay, lesbian and transgender communities since 1981. Nestled high atop a mountainside on 26 private acres, including a 4 acre lake, we boast a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains. Welcoming both men and women, we are open year round with our friendly and helpful staff ready to serve you. On site amenities include an Olympic size swimming pool and sundeck; a year-round, 10-person hot tub with an adjacent, heated changing room - open Rainbow Mountain's Olympic-size Pool24 hours-a-day; an exercise facility; a sauna; tennis, volleyball, badminton and shuffleboard courts; a hill for snow sledding and tubing; and our lake with paddleboats, fishing, and ice skating. HOT TUB IS ALWAYS OPEN! We are near many warm weather activities such as boating, canoeing, rafting, kayaking, water skiing, and golfing. In the winter, there is snow skiing (downhill and cross country), snowboarding, tubing, and snowmobiling. All year long there is great hiking, horseback riding, antiquing, and outlet shopping. Browse these pages for awhile and get acquainted. Call 570-223-8484 today to book your room, and join the party!
Rainbow Room

55 South Bellevue Avenue
Atlantic City
We are Atlantic City's newest LGBT bar and nightclub. A relaxed and fun atmosphere for everyone to be entertained. Please send all requests (DJ's, KJ's, Bartender's and Dancers) to
Rittenhouse Square

18th x Walnut St
Warm weekends bring the local boys out to play, relax and sun themselves in Rittenhouse Park. The home of the original gayborhood, Rittenhouse still attracts the members of the gay community. Always busy, Rittenhouse offers a relaxing place to get away from it all. On warm summer days, you can spot dozens of locals sunning themselves, playing frisbee or just reading the the sun.

1302 Walnut street
Philadelphia's Newest Craft Cocktail Bar & Lounge
Saint Miriam Parish
[Inclusive Catholic Church]

475 Norristown Road
Blue Bell
"A Breath-taking, unique, and welcoming community" About our congregation: We are a diverse and welcoming community with couples, singles, gay, lesbian, married, partners, and children. Our ages range from 6 to 71 years old. We are ethnically diverse and welcoming. Approximate size: 100 Denominational affiliation: Catholic What to expect at our services: The best way to understand Catholic liturgy is not through the abstract discussion, but rather through concrete contact with actual ritual, that is what our church tradition does best: putting people in touch with the Mystery of God through sacramental celebration of life and hope! Our Catholic liturgy will seem very familiar with an added element or two of surprise and meditation! And, the ideal for our liturgy is also very simple: the focus should be on the Eucharist, but be INCLUSIVE and INVITING for all who attend. Also, the elements of Bread and Wine should be pure, simple, and inviting to all of our senses. The simple nature of our worship space is to allow for our focus to be on the center of our worship and to not detract. And, the warmth of our space comes from one place: YOU! Therefore, when our community gathers, the space becomes alive and we focus on our corporate worship and community - together. Our Altar Table and Processional Cross are designed in the very-recognized style of renowned artist Alberto Giacometti by artist and blacksmith, Edward Worthington. The hammered iron rods and scarred table allows us to visualize how, despite our wounds and imperfections, we are still beautiful and serve God’s good use! Our gospel procession allows all to participate and to realize that we are all part of the plan and made and created to honor God and serve to make our world a better place! So, come, taste, smell, and see how God is at work in our daily life, work, death, and community – see the Risen Lord every time you meet someone at Saint Miriam! Dress: Come as you are! Music: Hymns, Gospel, Praise & Worship, Contemporary, Chant Our congregation is: Predominantly straight but welcomes all people Our official position on same-sex relationships: "Side A" - Same-sex relationships are blessed by God. Of interest to the gay community: Our pastor and partner are both gay; we also have a community event and support group. Where we meet: 475 Norristown Road Blue Bell, PA  19422 (Near the Plymouth Meeting Mall) 215-701-4781 We worship at: 6 PM Rosary & 6:30 PM Liturgy on Thursdays and 10:30 AM on Sunday. Summer Schedule: June 6 – August 29 9:30 AM on Sunday Morning Church leader: (The Very Rev.) Father James St. George, CoA, MS, MDiv, B.C.E.T.S.
Salon Ricochet
[Hair Salon]

1314 Sansom St
Founded by everyone's favorite stylist Kurt, this is a full service hair salon for men and women. Enjoy not only your styling, but the whole experiance. Look Good - Feel Good - Relax
Sansom Street Cinema
[Adult Theater]

120 South 13th Street
Open 24 hours. All male entertainment. Features change weekly. Located across from Danny's.
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