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More than a place to catch an entertaining drag brunch or dance until you drop, LGBTQ bars sprang up out of necessity to offer those communities safe spaces to meet others, congregate, and, of course, celebrate identities that society has not always so readily accepted. In the meantime, mosey on over to any spot on the list below to see the new generation. The pool table is gone, but that just allows for more room on the dance floor.
The Ruby Fruit welcomes nonbinary, gender-nonconforming, and trans people. They even serve lunch, brunch, and dinner now, so come in for a glass of natural wine, some food, and great conversation. They even have spirit-free beverages for those who prefer to have a good time sober.
Boyle Heights Redz Angelz is a hidden gem with great music, an outdoor patio, and a long history. Stache feels like a members-only club that requires a knowledge of Drag Race trivia and Screen Queens to join.
Various locations This party with rotating local talent happens seasonally and prides itself on creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels free. Purchase tickets here. Various locations We might be stretching the definition of a gay bar with Queer Field Day, but we resonate with the mission of this ongoing series that endeavors to create safe spaces that helps queer people find local community, with events ranging from beach meetups to bar takeovers with trivia to crowding Staples Center stands for Sparks games.
Various locations This LGBTQ-led, astrology-themed dance series offers free entry all-night to whichever zodiac sign is currently ruling the season. The next event is a Gay Asstrology Pride on June Formerly owned by Jewel Thais Williams, the club is now under new management but pays homage to its past by hosting events by A Club Called Rhonda, an all-inclusive rave series that was founded in LA but has since gone international.