Like its parent locations, it features big-screen TVs throughout the venue for showings of major sporting events and a couple pool tables on the second floor for patrons who want to partake in a little competition of their own. The unlikely American city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania recently entered the international clubbing consciousness thanks to a gay bathhouse-turned-techno club called Hot Mass. Chrisida Xombi Bokor is at Sisters Nightclub. Stand-alone tables and a jukebox dot the front and rear of the bar, providing an ideal perch for those stopping in for cheap, well-poured pre-drinks before hitting the town. It also sheds light on a tight-knit group of people that was not shaped by the tabula rasa construction of gay lives like the gay men and women who moved to coastal cities; the Pittsburgh LGBTQ community was constructed locally, and it relied on the pre-existing social establishments of working class fraternalism. The 20,square-feet venue—a favorite for LGBTQ and straight crowds, alike—comprises three dance floors that, on weekends, all rage with local and national DJs spinning everything from EDM to hip-hop to Top At long last, we have Toasted Walnut.
This may be the most Cheers -like gay watering hole Philly has to offer, with its center bar lined with stools and frequented by devoted, chatty regulars.
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