Keeping the gay spirit alive in Chelsea, this raucous hangout has a welcome air of familiarity, and some very lively customers. Drink at one of two bars, or shake your groove thing on the dance floor upstairs. And also, what the hell, Barrage W. President Obama made the bar a National Historic Landmark inso expect to find a handful of tourists including allies at this cozy, bilevel watering hole where regulars run the show. The patios are crowded on spring and summer weekends, when brunch crowds linger over draft beer and Major League Baseball. Want More? An easy hang to start -- or end -- your night Having risen from the ashes of a dive bar devastated by fire, this ever-cool hangout dates back to -- as does some of its music.
What more could a gay want?
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Unlike some of the customers, it never dies.