Cubbyhole is NYC's quintessential lesbian hot spot and is conveniently located in the West Village a short walk from Henrietta Hudson.
Dave’s Lesbian Bar is a pop-up in Queens that takes on different iterations of itself each month with live music and mutual aid at its core.
Ginger is a regular neighborhood bar, a favorite of the locals and also Brooklyn's lesbian women.
You’ll find a mixed gender crowd at Happyfun Hideaway, a chaotic fever dream of a tropical bar in Bushwick.
If you’ve never walked onto a packed dance floor with nary a man in sight, it’s time to make a beeline for Henrietta Hudson.
Hot Rabbit typically puts on 2-3 LGBTQIA+ events per month—one always being a dedicated women’s party.
Misster is a weekly dance party for cute gays and friends every Weds at The Woods in Williamsburg. With DJ Amber Valentine & rotating guest DJs.
While not technically a queer bar, Pink Metal identifies as a safe space for the community with “a high femme aesthetic.”
The owners of the astrologically-themed cocktail spot Mood Ring have joked that it’s a “bisexual bar,” and adamantly emphasize its queer fluidity.
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