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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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Center
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Health
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Stonewall
[Bar]

28 N. 10th St.
Allentown
Stonewall and Moose Lounge Bar and Grill. VOTED BEST DANCE CLUB IN THE LEHIGH VALLEY.
Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar
[Lounge, Restaurant, Sports Bar]

200 South 12th Street
Philadelphia
Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar is Philadelphia's newest multi-level restaurant and bar located in the dynamic Midtown Village neighborhood. Featuring a full menu of comfort food for lunch and dinner, Tabu also offers a full selection of wine and spirits as well as 12 quality beers on tap. The newly remodeled space features nightly promotions, Quizzo, Karaoke, and nine flat-screen TVs monitoring sports from around the world. Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar is a place where happy lasts longer than an hour!
Tavern on Camac
[Bar/Club]

243 S Camac St
Philadelphia
Tavern is the perfect nightspot for fantastic upbeat music, great conversation and meeting people. There is a piano bar downstairs always playing tunes from your favorite musicals, and upstairs is dancing to your favorite songs. Join us around the piano every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 6pm and Tuesday thru Thursday at 9pm Make sure you don't miss our Dance Bar every Friday and Saturday with DJ Salotta Tea We also feature one of the best resturants in the area - terra . Enjoy our warm and inviting interior with our delicious food and variety of fine wines.
The Bike Stop
[Bar/Club - Leather]

206 S Quince
Philadelphia
On weekends leather and Levi enthusiasts hang out on the cruisey first floor as well as down below in the even more cruisey Pit Stop. The basement entrance is guarded by a sign that reads "No Sneakers-No Cologne." The second floor sports bar is much more laid back with a large screen tv playing the latest sports.
The Igloo - Grays Ferry
[Frozen Yogurt Shop]

2223 Grays Ferry Avenue
Philadelphia
Gay Owned and operated frozen yogurt shop with frozen desserts, Italian sorbets, traditional frozen yogurt, homemade frozen Greek Yogurt, and homemade soft serve Salted Caramel Gelato.
The Igloo Fishtown
[Restaurant/Cafe]

1514 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia
The Igloo is a gay owned and operated soft serve frozen dessert destination specializing in Frozen Yogurt, Gelato, Shakes, and Specialty Pops.
The Raven
[Gay Bar, Restaurant and Motel]

385 West Bridge Street
New Hope
Very well known Bar,Restaurant and Motel with a beautiful Swiming Pool and Cabana Bar.
The Rrazz Room New Hope
[Concert Venue]

6426 Lower York Rd
New Hope
The RRazz Room presents the finest headliner performances from all genres of entertainment. From Up and Coming artists to Legendary performers
The Tavern
[American cuisine ]

243 South Camac Street
Philadelphia
Chef Eric Paraskevas (Slate, Lolita) returns to the Washington West neighborhood at terra, a dynamic new restaurant that showcases his exceptional skill in preparing New American cuisine. terra is an intimate, modern, and cozy restaurant on one of America's most historic streets. While parts of the building are hundreds of years old, including the portions of the basement used in the Underground Railroad, there is nothing antiquated about terra's menu. The 40-seat space and fully renovated kitchen were designed to provide local and regional foodies with an unparalleled culinary experience. Most of terra's menu features locally sourced ingredients, all picked from the best suppliers who consistently provide the highest quality in fresh foods. We look forward to you joining us very soon!
Toasted Walnut Bar & Kitchen
[Lesbian/Gar Bar]

1316 Walnut Street
Philadelphia
Toasted Walnut Bar & Kitchen is an expansive 3800 square foot venue, catering to our clientele with Quality and Equality as our compass. Soaring 17 foot ceilings, one wall displaying three 70" TV’s, another with funky pulley lights, and a lighted bar will welcome you into Toasted Walnut with an ambiance that is both comforting and stimulating. Following the main bar, lead your way down to a more intimate but vibrant setting; a granite bar-top that looks and kind of feels like leather! Maybe play a game of party pong under the spirit of Love is Love is Love. You will see we take it to the next level with a mezzanine over-looking the main bar; a view that is both tremendous, and allows for additional space. The mezzanine offers a third bar, an area to dance and where we plan on featuring live bands and Karaoke, as well as a private VIP room available for rent. We look forward to serving you, Philadelphia, and the neighboring public. “Toasted Walnut Bar & Kitchen: Quality and Equality, a perfect mix for your nightlife!”
Trans Equity Project, a program of Galaei
[Mental Health Service]

149 W Susquehanna Ave
Philadelphia
Trans Equity Project, formally known as TIP, is a "for trans/by trans" advocacy and resource program located in North Philadelphia's Norris Square Park
Trans Health Information Project
[LGBT Services]

149 W Susquehanna Ave
Philadelphia
In 2003, GALAEI launched the Trans-health Information Project (TIP) with program partner Prevention Point Philadelphia (PPP). TIP is the largest multi-service, peer-delivered and peer-led transgender program in Philadelphia. GALAEI and PPP, in collaboration with Ben Singer and Marcus Iannozzi, two transgender leaders in Philadelphia, created TIP to address the unsafe silicone and hormone injection use of transgender and gender nonconforming individuals. In late 2006, GALAEI’s TIP program was awarded a demonstration project grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This three-year effort expanded the program’s services by offering HIV counseling and testing and provided formative research necessary to model the group level intervention (GLI) effort in other cities. This unique contribution of the TIP program included significant leadership and input from the transgender and gender nonconforming communities. Today, the TransHealth Information Project (TIP), a program of GALAEI, is a "by trans/for trans" advocacy and resource program located in Center City Philadelphia, co-coordinated by Naiymah Sanchez & Andrew Spiers. TIP offers services to any and all individuals who identify under the transgender umbrella (including, but not limited to, people who identify as: transsexual, ftm, mtf, genderqueer, gender-variant, gender non-conforming, gender-bender, androgyne, bi-gender, drag queen/king, intersex, butch/femme, trans man, trans woman, pre/post/non-op, and any other "gender minority"). TIP offers health and safety workshops, support and advocacy, referrals to hormone therapy and access to clean syringes for hormone injections, help with name and gender marker changes, referrals to affordable and non-judgmental healthcare services, assistance with housing and job placement, safe sex kits, and free HIV/STI screenings, in a safe, supportive, nonjudgmental environment.
TransHealth Information Project - TIP, a program of GALAEI
[Non-Profit Organization]

149 W Susquehanna Ave
Philadelphia
The TransHealth Information Project (TIP) is a "by trans/for trans" advocacy and resource program located in North philadelphia norris square park
Tria - Washington Square West
[Wine and Cheese Cafe]

1137 Spruce Street
Philadelphia
Welcome to Tria, Philadelphia’s wine, cheese and beer cafe. We serve the good stuff—wines, cheeses and beers crafted by passionate artisans. No bland mass-market factory products here—we’re into flavor. Our always-changing wine, cheese and beer lists are complemented by a cafe menu served from noon to late night. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will help you discover the wines, cheeses and beers of your dreams. Why wine, cheese and beer together? Wine and beer have been rightly treasured since the start of civilization. We love both and wondered why great wines and beers rarely coexist in the same restaurant. So we put wine and beer on the same level—world-class wines in a blue jeans-casual setting and the best brews without even a hint of frat party. As for cheese, everyone knows that wine and cheese are the perfect culinary couple. But the steamy secret affair between beer and cheese is now being revealed. Please join us soon to celebrate the tasty threesome of fermentation.
U Bar
[Bar]

1220 Locust St
Philadelphia
Formerly: Uncle's Bar The newly renovated U Bar sports huge windows stretching down Camac Street lending to amazing people watching. Multiple TV's play along with a juke box playing all your favorites. Tasteful color lights illuminate the friendly neighborhood bar
Unite Fitness
[Gym]

105 S 12th Street
Philadelphia
Unite Fitness is a gay owned and operated boutique, service gym for group training and wellness that delivers the essential guidance, motivation, and support customers need to get and stay fit. Coaches efficiently take you through all the necessary elements of fitness: cardio, strength, flexibility/balance in just over an hour. Offered multiple times a day at different fitness levels, see schedule.
University Of Pennsylvania's LGBT Center
[LGBT Center]

3907 Spruce St.
Philadelphia
The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center at Penn, one of the oldest and most active programs of its kind in the country, supports Penn lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, staff, alumni, and faculty and increases the general Penn community.
Valanni
[Mediterranean Cuisines]

1229 Spruce
Philadelphia
Valanni introduces "Medi-Latin Cuisine" through a simple yet sophisticated menu. Latin flavors like chilies, coconut, and cilantro are masterfully fused with classic Mediterranean ingredients such as garlic, olives, and basil. Guests enjoy classics like paella, as well as signature dishes such a walnut crusted duck breast with coffee cocoa spiced glaze and mussels with chipotle chile, basil, and charred tomato broth. Tapas, small tasting dishes, are of particular interest to theatergoers looking for an after-show snack or a late-night meal, given Valanni's close proximity to the Avenue of The Arts. Creative Medi-Latin drinks like Sangaritas, Mojitos and Brazilian Pop can all be enjoyed at the bar. Plus it's a GREAT place for brunch.
Voyeur Nightclub
[Nightclub]

1221 Saint James Street
Philadelphia
Chandeliers, lasers, light walls, an illuminated runway dance floor, erotic and captivating video art are all part of the recent upgrades to Voyeur that have not just introduced Philly nightlife to new visual effects and sound systems, but to new rooms too, as if three brand new clubs opened in Philadelphia at the same time. Bonus: they’re all under one roof. Three rooms, three deejays, three parties. EDM/House Music is always played on the main dance floor until 3:30 AM on Friday and Saturdays. Local djs spin party rock, rare and classic dance grooves down in the lounge and the best in hip-hop and r&b can be heard upstairs in the mezzanine lounge. VIP/Bottle Service done right. Experience VIP treatment the way it was meant to be. Modeled after world class destination hot spots, our VIP private seating overlooks the dance floor, giving you and your guests an unobstructed view of the festivities as you pop bottles until 3 AM. Beat the massive lines and get in free. Cover charge varies nightly but Voyeur makes it possible to never pay full admission again by adding an online guestlist. Go to VoyeurNightclub.com to signup before 9 PM the night of the event to receive reduced or complimentary admission before Midnight (reduced admission after 12AM on the list). Everyone is welcomed. Anyone can dance and drink alcoholic beverages, but only members can purchase drinks* 21 and over every night. (Closed Mondays) Information updated on 4/17/2017 - Some details subject to change
Walt Whitman House
[Historical Home]

328 Mickle Boulevard
Camden
Located two blocks east of the Camden waterfront, this National Historic Landmark provides an intimate glimpse into the life of the poet, attracting visitors from around the world. Whitman’s original letters, personal belongings, the bed in which he died, and the death notice that was nailed to the front door have all been preserved, as well as a collection of rare nineteenth-century photographs, including the earliest known image of Whitman. Also, one of the bridges spanning the Delaware River is named in his honor.
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