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Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh might not be filled with the trendy clubs of Queer as Folk, or the post-modern strip bars of Flashdance, (both of which featured storylines set in Pittsburgh), but there’s still plenty to do in this steel town on a Saturday night. Modern and cosmopolitan, Pittsburgh has a 21st-century energy. From the first wave of Scottish-Irish in the mid-18th century, Pittsburgh has made a tradition of welcoming newcomers. The gay community is thriving, too, drawing guys from three states.

Accommodations
Arbors B&B (745 Maginn St; 412-231-4643) gay-owned farmhouse, country location, minutes to the city.
Inn On Mexican War Streets (604 W North St; 412- 231-6544) just across the Allegheny River from downtown, comfortable Victorian mansion.

Bars & clubs
Pittsburgh has a gay strip downtown and many of its clubs and restaurants aren’t far from Liberty Avenue. Another area of interest is Lawrenceville, up Butler Street.

Downtown
5801 Video Lounge & Cafe (5801 Ellsworth Ave) video lounge and café, darts league, softball team.
941 Saloon (941 Liberty Ave) dancing, after hours, darts, pool and karaoke, special events.
Brewer's Hotel Bar (3315 Liberty Ave) inexpensive drinks, unassuming and casual crowd, welcoming to all.
Donny's Place (1226 Herron Ave) Polish Hill neighborhood bar, long-time favorite, mixed crowd, Sunday brunch.
Images (965 Liberty Ave) open every night, go-go dancers, karaoke, DJs on weekends, mostly men.
Pittsburgh Leather Central (1226 Herron Ave) men’s leather and fetish bar beneath Donny’s.
Pegasus (818 Liberty Ave) eclectic dance club, drag and live music, 18-plus nights, go-go boys.
Privilege Ultralounge (1650 Smallman St) stylish lounge, big wine and drinks selection, gourmet tapas, dance nights.
PTown (4740 Baum Blvd) naked male strippers nightly except Monday, pool table, juke box.
Real Luck Cafe (Lucky's) (1519 Penn Ave) aka “Luckies,” two levels with dancing, male strippers, pool tables.
Spin (577 Ellsworth Ave) video bar for fashionable crowd.
There Video Lounge (931 Liberty Ave) downtown after-work cocktail bar and video lounge for relaxed, mixed crowd.

Lawrenceville
Blue Moon (5115 Butler St) unpretentious neighborhood tavern, fair-weather outdoor patio.
Cattivo (146 44th St) neighborhood pub, restaurant serves to 1am, dancing weekends, mostly women.
Remedy (5121 Butler St) artsy mixed crowd for dinner, cocktails and the odd dance night.

North Side
Pittsburgh Eagle (1740 Eckert St) men’s bar, four stories, large dance floor, porn star and fetish events.

Out of town
Link Club (91 Wendel Rd, Herminie, PA) nude male strip shows, drag shows, porn parties, games and contests.
Vice Versa (335 High St; Morgantown, WV) dance club, mixed crowd, 18-plus nights, amateur strip, drag shows.

Restaurants
Hoi Polloi Vegetarian Cafe (1100 Galveston Ave) vegetarian café and coffee house, healthy but hearty food, sociable folk.
Point Brugge Cafe (401 Hastings Ave) European-style bistro, neighborhood gathering place, Sunday brunch until 3pm.
Red Room Cafe (134 S Highland Ave) plush and comfortable dining room, imaginative cuisine inspired by many cultures.
UUBU6 (178 - 180 Pius St) unique building, eclectic and constantly changing food combinations.

Sauna
Club Pittsburgh (1139 Penn Ave) 24 hour, multi-level social areas, video lounge, steam, whirlpool, sauna, tanning, gym.

Shopping
Pleasant Present (2218 & 2301 Murray Ave) gay-themed merchandise, gifts, DVDs, dance mixes, clothes, jewelry.
ER Room (5151 Butler St) surplus style, rubber and leather clothing, toys and devices, jocks and bondage gear.

Media
Pittsburgh’s OUT updates you on gay current events. For general listings, Pittsburgh City Paper, the local alternative weekly, is useful.



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