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Like any gay-centric area full of people who have had a few drinks, it has been the site of occasional gay-bashings.(My mom made me add that.) Even though we have a lot of queer bars in Milwaukee, we like to spread the love around, so here are a few other opportunities you shouldn’t miss: Guerrilla Grrrl Bar One Friday night each month When the Guerrilla Gay Bar scene got a little too boy-centric, the grrrls at Sapphic Adventures Milwaukee formed this straight-bar-takeover alternative with a focus on women having fun.For the 40 set, a very happening get-together at Hot Water (818 S.

Center St.), and get a quirky cocktail or local beer at the member-owned Riverwest Public House (815 E. If your DIY skills have lost their gleam, you can polish them up at the Cream City Collectives with Free School classes in anything from container gardening to American Sign Language (732 E. East Side The East Side, particularly Brady Street, Brewer’s Hill, and the area around the UW-Milwaukee campus, are progressive districts where nobody’ll hardly bat an eyelash if you kiss your girl over brunch.

After enjoying some pool, darts, or local music, commemorate your visit by buying a t-shirt featuring the Pint’s slogan, “Lock up your daughters.” Licka DSplitz 4107 W. (Washington Park) A new place off the tourist’s beaten track, Licka DSplitz has an R&B and hip hop vibe, with DJs on Friday and Saturday nights. I’d say north of Greenfield Avenue is usually pretty good.

(Speaking of Greenfield Ave., the gay-owned Ca–averal at 2501 W. has some of the best Mexican food in the city.) Also, don’t wander around alone after closing time in the Walker’s Point gay bar district.

Shore Dr.) or listen to local bands in the great out-of-doors at Chill on the Hill (Tuesday nights, Humboldt Park, 3000 S. Walker’s Point Walker’s Point is the center of LGBT nightlife. and National Ave., you’ll find the majority of the city’s gay, lesbian, and mixed bars. With multiple bars and dance floors, La Cage is the grande dame of Milwaukee’s gay dance clubs.

Some closer to the harbor can be a little hard to find without a native guide, so ask for directions before setting out. Milwaukeeans drink and our lesbians are no exception. (Walker’s Point) A good-sized dance floor, friendly bartenders and clientele, plus a kitchen that offers more than bar food, make Mona’s a must. Check the schedule for line dancing nights, if you’re into that sort of thing. It’s boy-heavy, but welcoming, and it’s a must-go because your mother will be disappointed if you don’t bring home a photo of you dirty dancing in the big metal cage suspended from the ceiling. Check the online schedule for the LGBT-focused events, Salsa Saturdays, and lesbian line dancing. (Riverwest) A fantastic gay-owned Riverwest bar, featuring local art and generous drink specials, plus live music and poetry on its tiny stage.

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