In business for more than 50 years, Leon’s is the oldest gay bar in Baltimore and among the oldest in the country. Friendly bar with jukebox gets especially busy on Sunday nights. Tyson Place is a restaurant bar located behind Leon’s with a separate entrance.
Alternative dance party for queer men and women featuring electro, alt-pop, indie rock, house, disco and New Wave. Check web site for schedule of events.
Trendy 14th Street bar and lounge popular with men features regular happy hour and other specials.
Sports bar featuring poker events, drag bingo, trivia contests and other specials. Popular bar with massive outdoor deck and plenty of TVs for watching sports.
Number Nine is the ninth (and newest) offering from the partnership that has given Washington, D.C.’s gay community a history of substantial nightlife options for over two decades.
Hosted at DC9, next door to Nellie’s, DC’s favorite monthly dance party celebrating the decade of Crystal Pepsi, Hypercolor tees, and Doc Martens.
The Phase opened in 1970 and remains a popular lesbian bar and club. Features regular special events, including Jell-O wrestling, 80s theme nights and more. Check web site for details.
Restaurant and bar is popular with gay and lesbian sports fans and is known for its superb burgers.