The subway, or the T, is awesome and also kind of sucks. There is a cash bar and full menu available. Both are a great night out and very funny. Still, a lot of the queer women I know hang out there particularly on the weekdays. While plenty of other breweries in New England give tours, Harpoon and Sam Adams are accessible by the T so no one has to drive. If you would like to be included on the invite list please Private Message me with your name and email and I'll get you on the list. Full of coffeeshops, bookstores, and vegan food, they are a little expensive to live in especially Cambridge , but nice places to spend an afternoon.
My problem is I don't have many interest and the gay meetups I've seen so far don't really match what I'm looking for. The meet up will be a monthly social where you can meet, chat, have some apps, drinks and build relationships. Venus Rising is a private party in the extremely lush Foundation Room at the House of Blues held the first Friday of every month. Also, there are real swans in the pond too. Does anyone in the Boston area have any ideas meetup or other general groups where I can find something to do that meet these requirements? Please use reddit's voting system to your advantage. You can bike almost anywhere in Boston in about 20 minutes.
Also it stops running around 1 am. Every Sunday night Underbar holds a gay party called which completely lives up to its name. Please try to at least a day ahead. Both of them feature delicious sandwiches ranging from the meaty to the tofu-y, and a rotation of soups. Second Saturday is run by Dyke Night a Boston group who runs several lesbian nights in the city and is also the largest lesbian dance party in New England. Then look for a message from The Investors Social Club when the invites go out.
This is wicked fun and involves plenty of beer sampling for everyone. The floor is open to any discussion. Put on matching mittens and go skating around in circles! At some point it became wicked gentrified by gays actually, mostly gay men in the 1980s, and is now some of the most expensive property in Boston. It also means the mean age of everyone is brought down to like 25. Everyone sits out on the porch all the time hanging out with each other and strangers just walk by and join in.
Pizza and drinks will be served. Ice Skating on the Frog Pond Also located in the Public Gardens, this is totes hands down the cutest thing to do all winter. Using a phrase of random words like: paper Dog team blue is secure and easy to remember. This is a self-moderating sub. Disclaimer: BiggerPockets does not support or sponsor any meetups unless otherwise noted.
You may be agreeing to attend an event that includes promotion, pitching, or high-pressure sales tactics or techniques. This is where you can ask the manly men for their opinions on various topics. Wellesley in particular throws a great Dyke Ball every year. Drink 348 Congress St, Boston Owned by the previously mentioned Barbara Lynch, Drink is the perfect ending to the fantasy date you go on with your soulmate in which you also are a millionaire who wants a drink from an extremely talented sort of queer looking hot bartender. Also Club Cafe holds every Monday.
They also want me to focus on gay meetups to get comfortable around other gay people. Our goal is to celebrate cultural events, connect with others in discussions of common concern and provide a safe and supportive environment for South Asian lesbians, bisexuals and gays. You can usually get shitty last minute tickets outside the game, sometimes for dirt cheap. Also is a super friendly gay sports bar with a shockingly good brunch menu. Veggie Planet Harvard Square, Cambridge A haven for hipster queers who want cheap all-day vegetarian food and breakfast pizzas, Veggie Planet has a fun menu and cute waitstaff. Literally end to end in under an hour.
Order the spinach falafel and the orange blossom lemonade, and you will regret nothing. 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. Highlights include Harvard Square touristy as it is , Davis Square, and also some out-of-the-way delights like Union Square. I'm 26 years old if that means anything. Finale Park Plaza, Harvard Sq Finale is whole restaurant of nothing but delicious dessert. Places to Get Alternative Lifestyle Haircuts 840 Summer Street, Boston Possibly the hippest establishment you will ever walk into of any kind, owner and generally cool guy turned an old warehouse in South Boston in to the best place to get rockstar hair. Their xiao long bao are the jumpoff.