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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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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
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.
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.
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.
Caribou Cafe
[Restaurant - French Cuisine]

1126 Walnut Street
Philadelphia
This 15 year old charming French Parisian Bistro is now owned and operated by Executive Chef Olivier De Saint Martin. Its sidewalk café leads inside to a beautiful bar with marble bistro tables and hard wood floors. The dining room and the mezzanine seats about 75 but you also might want to dine at the bar and compliment your meal with one of our 22 wines by the glass or one of our 40 specialty beers. Our Cuisine is one of the best in Philly. Our master chef has received the raves from all local and national reviewers. Our bistro cuisine menu is supplemented with numerous daily specials listed on our French doors and announced by our servers at your table. You also may want to let our wine trained servers suggest you a nice complement from our French and International selection of wines with your dinner. Which none of our bottles exceed $39
El Vez
[Restaurant - Mexican Cuisine]

121 S 13th St
Philadelphia
Multicolored mosaics, illuminated murals, circular velvet-upholstered booths, Charo-faced bar stools, and tricycle-bound guacamole mixing stations lend the restaurant an instant atmosphere of whimsy and fun. Patrons order house-made chips, salsa and margaritas during first come, first served waits at the round bar. Sip slowly, the weekend-evening wait is easily an hour. Service is spotty. Fancified Mexican fare arrives family-style. Small plates are just as good--if not better--than pricier main courses. Order fresh and light mahi mahi tacos, delicately delicious rare tuna toastadas, inventive takes on pico de gallo, and splurge on the made-to-order guac. The spicy, tall chopped salad has grilled corn, chayote and almonds--it's tasty, if a tad salty. At lunch, try tacos and tortas. If you must order an entree, get the tender beef shoulder with tricolor salsas. Best big dessert goes to a giant cup of coffee mousse topped with Kahlua foam. MAKE A RESERVATION
Grocery
[Grocery and take out food]

105 S 13th St
Philadephia
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.
Jamonera Restaurant
[Restaurant/cafe]

105 South 13th Street
Philadelphia
Gay owned and operated Spanish Wine Bar and Restaurant
Knock Restaurant & Bar
[Restaurant / Bar]

225 S 12th St
Philadelphia
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
Philadelphia
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.
Lolita
[Restaurant - Mexican Cuisine]

106 S. 13th Street
Philadelphia
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.
Mercato
[Restaurant - Italian Cuisine]

1216 Spruce Street
Philadelphia
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
Mixto
[Latin Cuisine]

1141 Pine Street
Philadelphia
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.
More than Just Ice Cream
[American Cuisine]

1119 Locust Street
Philadelphia
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.
Pennsylvania 6 Philly
[Restaurant/cafe]

114 South 12th Street
Philadelphia
Gay owned and operated - Contemporary Midtown American Restaurant with Raw Bar, Extensive Craft Beer & Wine Lists
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!
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 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!
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.
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