The colorful makeover honors the table's history as a feature of Tampa's first gay bar, the Knotty Pine. Now, the married Ybor City couple are putting the table up for sale during an online auction Friday as they liquidate belongings they've accumulated during their time as leaders of the pride movement in Tampa. The auction items span a period of growing acceptance for gay people in American society, he said.
This was the second New year's eve we at Bradley's. As always we had a great time and new people Some really good bartenders and the drink prices are good.
This little area is right for you if you're looking for cigars or gay bars. Otherwise I wouldn't say it's anything great. It was very dirty, full of smoke for cigar bars and not family friendly.
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All gay travellers to Tampa will find something to love about the city, in particular the GaYborhood in Ybor. Meanwhile, this is our detailed gay guide to Tampa focusing on the best bars, clubs, places to stay and more:. In the evening, especially on weekends, 7th Avenue comes alive as the crowds hit the gay bars like Bradleys and Honey Pots see more below.
Successfully finding a gay club in an unfamiliar city can be trying. That's why 10Best has sought out the top candidates in Tampa, detailing their clientele, music, and atmosphere. There are also a smattering of bars and lounges in other locations throughout the Tampa Bay area.
Tampa — Alan Marchman and Shane McAndrews of North Carolina have made Ybor City their favorite destination spot for the past three years, calling it a "hidden gem" for gay singles and couples, a place where they always feel at home. A friend in the Keys told us about 'GaYbor' and we came here and were surprised. In fact, GaYbor — a coalition of gay and gay-friendly businesses that began on the west end of a popular nightclub and restaurant strip — began taking shape only about four years ago.