Gay Bar Guide Valentine’s Day Edition: Get Drunk In NYC

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In what many reasonable single people would describe as, the loneliest city in the world, Valentine’s Day has crept up on us yet again NYC! But don’t worry, while many of us will be across a candle lit table from our boyfriends and husbands, there is still a lot of fun to be had and love to be given!

For the single renegades of the East Village, Boiler Room is welcoming you and couples alike to join on Thursday! With $4 shots, every time the Juke Box plays a sappy love song, and a drink special titled the “Long Island Cuddle”, Boiler Room is the perfect place to replace your V-Day Blues with booze! Boiler Room 86 E 4th Street. NY NY 10003

Throwdown Thursday’s at Stonewall featuring the multi-talented Logan Hardcore will surely keep your mind off of not having a boyfriend. Get good and drunk from 10 – 11 with Bacardi drink specials, followed by the show at 11! You will laugh, you will cry, you will be embarrassed if you try to leave before she’s done! Come to Stonewall “Where Pride Began”, I will be there with my gal pals, you should too! Stonewall Inn 53 Christopher St. NY NY 10014.

Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, Splash is hosting an underwear party, what else is new? Oh, we kid, we kid…but yes its true, Splash is hosting a Valentine’s Day Themed Sexy Underwear and Swimsuit Fashion show at Midnight. Coupled with Valentine’s Day drink specials, and “Complimentary Hershey’s Kisses”, Splash is a great way to spend your V-day! Splash Bar 50 W 17th St, NY NY 10011

For a gentleman of a certain age, The Townhouse has a special night planned. This OGG (Older Gay Gentleman) bar is classy, with strong drinks, Manhattan’s best piano players serenading you all evening, and the perfect atmosphere to catch up with old friends, and meet new ones. Stop in on Thursday and get drinks from New York’s cutest bartender, Joel! The Townhouse, 236 East 58th St. NY NY 10022

To switch it up for all you tired bar queens, try the Transit Museum at Grand Central Station. New Yorkers are prone to missed connections, and we all have had them! Many a time, I have made serious connections with guys, without ever even having talked to them. What happens to these unsung love connections? They end up on Craigslist’s Missed Connection Section. This Thursday meet up with your missed connection at the hub of New York City transportation starting at 8 PM! Sophie Blackall, known for her Missed Connection Illustrations will be there to help you put a face to the memory. Vanderbilt Hall, Grand Central Terminal, NY NY.

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