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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 118 location including stores, restaurants, bars, centers, hotels and more!
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Camp Dreamcatcher

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.
[Restaurant - Ice Cream]

119 S. 13th Street
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.
Capriccio Cafe and Espresso Bars

110 N. 16th St.
Gay owned and operated stylish European-style Café offering breakfast and lunch as well as casual respite on the Parkway near Love Park. Capriccio is pleased to provide high-end quick “grab-and-go” sandwiches, baked goods and beverages for those en route to offices or museums. Capriccio is proud to feature local purveyors, such as La Colombe coffee, LeBus Bakery products and Bassetts Ice Cream. Extensive offering of specialty coffee drinks, teas, frozen smoothies (seasonal), fresh-from-the-oven muffins, confections, bagels and other baked goods. Seasonal soups, salads and sandwiches, add to the appeal. House-made paninis, Bassett’s ice cream, smoothies and more. Reincarnation of Capriccio Cafe (now closed), formerly located at the Warwick Hotel on Locust Street.
Caribou Cafe
[Restaurant - French Cuisine]

1126 Walnut Street
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
Charlie Salon
[Hair Salon]

203 S 12th St
Charlie salon is an upscale Boutique salon located in center city Philadelphia.Charlie Salon is located at 203 S 12 Th street.Charlie salon is on 12 Th street between Walnut and Locust.The Salon phone number is 215-923-3123.Charlie Salon has been in business since 2008.We offer hair services to Both Women and Men.All of our Stylist are Master Stylist's, and Barbers.We offer the latest trend in hair cuts,and color.We also do Keratin treatments,light waxing services,Wedding parties,And Make-up.We offer two different types of hair extensions.If you have any questions regarding any of our services please feel free to call the salon at anytime or just pop in and we always have somebody available to talk to you.Thank you for taking the time to look at our page.Here at Charlie Salon we always strive to make you experience a great and memorable one.
Club Philly
[Adult - Bath House]

1220 Chancellor Street
Club Philly, formerly Club Body Center, is a bathhouse located in the heart of the Gayborhood. While Club Body Center offers a full gym, bar, media center and more most of the patrons go there for one thing. This friendly adult bath house is located right in the heart of the gayborhood. We are the only club in the United States that offers RAPID HIV testing - a simple finger stick and you have your results in 20 minutes - all confidential, you don't even have to give your name and the test is yours to keep! We ask that you call the club at 305.448.2214 to find out when the next rapid testing date is.
Collenbrook United Church
[Welcoming Church]

5290 Township Line Road
Drexel Hill
Collenbrook United Church is a welcoming congregation that is a part of both the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the United Church of Christ. Collenbrook is also a YES! Coalition partner congregation.
Crimson Moon Tavern

1909 W. 6th St
Crimson Moon includes a first floor video lounge and a second floor dance floor, each with its own separate bar. Drink specials vary every night of the week with Happy Hour prices from 6-10pm. Friday night is college night - 21+ FREE ADMISSION w/ college ID.
[Salon - Hair]

204 S. 13th Street
Need a trim, or a wax, or just a tan, Cut will keep you in high fashion and get you ready for a night on the town.
Danny's Adam And Eve
[Adult Store]

133 South 13th Street
Danny's features everythign for your adult needs, from porn, to toys, and even a back room to try out your new purchases.
Delaware HIV Consortium
[AIDS Service Organization]

100 W.10th St, Suite 415
What is the Delaware HIV Consortium? The Consortium is a non-profit 501(c)(3), a statewide community based organization that is the state's leader in facilitating and promoting statewide coordination and collaboration of organizations, groups, and individuals who develop, implement, and advocate services and policies aimed at the prevention of HIV and the care of people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS in Delaware. The Consortium also performs administrative oversight and monitors direct client services including: case management, transportation, emergency client assistance and housing programs statewide. The Consortium works as a network of resources directing individuals and organizations to services, volunteerism and educational opportunities. What is the mission of the Delaware HIV Consortium? The Delaware HIV Consortium is dedicated to eliminating the spread of HIV/AIDS and to creating a seamless continuum of care for all people infected and affected in Delaware.
Downingtown Country Gifts
[Gift Shop]

147 E. Lancaster Avenue
Gay owned and operated country gift shop offering Boyds Bears, Byers Choice, Jim Shore, Willow Tree Angels, Stonewall Kitchen Foods and much, much more. Don't forget to have a look at our fused glass rainbow windchimes; they're handmade in Calfornia. Check out our web site for online shopping and more about us.
Duross & Langel
[Store - Bath and Soaps]

117 S 13th Street
For all-natural skin care products, do your face and body a favor by stopping by gay-owned Duross & Langel. The shop features a house line of cremes, scrubs and other potions –– the eye firming gel is a must for those early morning wake up calls –– as well as locally made Chuck Soap products and national brands like Jacqua.
El Vez
[Restaurant - Mexican Cuisine]

121 S 13th St
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
EmpoweringWord Ministries

4958 Lancaster Ave
Empowering Word Ministries located at 4958 Lancaster Ave in Philadelphia, PA. is a ministry of Love, Hope, Healing, and Wholeness. We are a growing ministry that is intentionally radically inclusive, welcoming all persons regardless of race, color, ancestry, age, gender, affectional orientation and those who are specially- abled. We celebrate Gods love and our Creators diversity. We are a spiritual people that worship Christ, and focus on family and community. Rev John F. Clayton, Jr. Pastor and Founder, leads our worship services, which we describe as ‘Bapta-Metho-Costal’. We worship with prayer, preaching and song from the Baptist, Methodist and Pentacostal traditions. This combination produces an uplifting experience with every service. If you are in need of the love of Christ, our services will fill you with that love and nourish your soul. Empowering Word Ministries, Inc. is a part of The Fellowship where Rev. Dr. Yvette Flunder is the presiding Bishop. Please join our Sunday Celebration at 11:00am. Contact: 215-878-7000 or
Equality Pennsylvania

1211 Chestnut St., Suite 605
Equality Pennsylvania works to secure and protect the rights of LGBT Pennsylvanians by promoting and leading legislative initiatives on the state, county and municipal levels. Our professional staff, lobbyists, and legislative team work with our allies in the General Assembly to shape and pass positive legislation in Harrisburg and to beat back discriminatory legislation. Equality Pennsylvania has led the fight for equal protection for LGBT citizens in Pennsylvania, and collaborates with organizations, both local and statewide, across the Commonwealth.
First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia
[LGBT Welcoming Congregation]

2125 Chestnut Street
The First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia is an intentionally diverse Unitarian Universalist congregation inspired by our historic urban ministry established in 1796. We seek to lead meaningful lives, to love one another without prejudice, and to build a just and sustainable world. As an official Welcoming Congregation we are inclusive towards bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender people. Our minister, the Rev. Nate Walker, is proudly an openly gay man and very active in the Marriage Equality movement.
Freedom Massage
[Massage Studio]

8 Mystic Lane
Fabulous lesbian-owned massage studio in Malvern , PA. Freedom Massage is dedicated to customizing your massage to meet your individual needs. We invite you to see our beautiful space and experience the uniqueness of Freedom Massage! Types of Massage offered include: Swedish Massage Deep Tissue Massage Pfrimmer Deep Muscle Therapy Reflexology Trigger Point Therapy Hot Stone Massage Sports Massage Myofascial Release (MFR) Thai–Yoga Bodywork Corporate Massage
[Community Base Organization]

149 W Susquehanna Ave
Galaei is a queer Latin@ social justice organization. Queer acknowledges and represents the mosaic of sexual and gender identities within our communities. Latin@ represents the multiracial, multicultural experience of Latinidad. Galaei embodies the common history of resistance and resilience of Latin@ and queer people. We are unwavering in our commitment to the advancement de nuestra familia through leadership and economic development, sexual empowerment, and grassroots organizing.
Gayborhood, Philadelphia

13th Street and Locust
Philadelphia's GLBT community centers on the neighborhood of Washington Square West, affectionately known as the Gayborhood. Located in the southeast quadrant of Center City, the area is roughly bounded by 10th Street to the east, Juniper St to the west, Walnut St to the north, and Lombard Street to the south. Many of the three- and four-story rowhouses date back into the 19th Century, but have been updated with contemporary bars, restaurants, lounges, and shops. The area is extremely convenient to public transit, with Market East Station and the city's subways within two blocks. One of the liveliest areas of the Philadelphia, the Gayborhood is diverse, attractive, and very approachable.
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