Boston Guerrilla Queer Bar is a traveling gay bar that “overtakes” normally straight bars for one night each month.
GQB announces the bar of choice the Thursday night before the party and everyone shows up the next Friday.
On Tuesdays you can head over to Zuzu for their Queer Ladies Night, which is a little quieter than some other parties but also notable for being much more T-accessible than virtually every other party ever.
You should know when anyone says they live in Boston, they almost always mean they live in the Greater Boston Metro Area which includes Boston and all the towns around Boston that everyone thinks are just neighborhoods.The Milky Way is a restaurant in JP that gets packed full of JP regulars social drinking in the front and dancing in the back.It’s a pretty rocking party, and it’s won Best of Boston a couple of years in a row now.Machine is normally a gay club with a pseudo-leather bar upstairs (Ramrod) but I’ve always found it to be completely lesbian friendly even during non-Dyke Night times.Dyke Night also runs Fourth Fridays at the Milky Way, Venus Rising at the House of Blues and a slew of holiday specific parties.Except that Boston has the most expensive cabs ever. You can bike almost anywhere in Boston in about 20 minutes. Lizz used to bike to work in Cambridge every day until one day she almost got hit by one of those previously mentioned above ground Ts. The South End is Boston’s most well known gay neighborhood.