Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. CHICAGO— At one of the oldest gay taverns in the city's Boystown neighborhood, the regulars were sharing a laugh over what they had seen the night before at their watering hole: a gaggle of straight women. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. CHICAGO — At one of the oldest gay taverns in the city's Boystown neighborhood, the regulars were sharing a laugh over what they had seen the night before at their watering hole: a gaggle of straight women.
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Determined to create a sports bar that gave customers a great experience overall, in addition to having a well-stocked bar much emphasis has been placed on the menu, which is of American, Greek, and Cypriot influence. Over the years, Spectrum Bar and Grill has become a fun and friendly neighborhood spot that both Greektown locals and other chicagoans frequent. Whether you stop by after work for cocktails or you are looking for an after-hours spot for late-night quality food and drink, Spectrum is sure to please! We are located in the heart of Greektown, in the west loop of Chicago. Featured on Chicago's Best! Spectrum Bar and Grill has been Greektown's favorite place for great drinks, music, and a fun atmosphere for over 30 years.
Deep-dish pizza, soaring skyscrapers, vibrant music festivals and … the first officially recognized gay village? Yes, Gay Chicago might not be your first thought when considering gay hotspots in the USA where you can just be yourself, but after you have immersed yourself in the frenzied energy of the Boystown gaybourhood you will soon be wondering how the Windy City managed to keep its fabulousness under wraps for so long…. As the heart of the Chicago LGBT community, Boystown boasts everything from boutique shopping and trend-setting dining to alluring spas and irresistible after-hours entertainment in every form imaginable — and no Gay Chicago travel plans would be complete without at least one night out here. Another gay-friendly hub, the beautiful, ethnic Andersonville neighborhood, famed for its Swedish heritage, is also quickly taking off. Celebrating diversity and emanating small town charm, Andersonville has a large rainbow population and an assorted collection of hip, independent shops and locally-owned restaurants that are welcoming to everyone.
This extravagant event took place just two decades after the Great Chicago Fire that left a third of the population homeless. Over the years, architect and urban designer, Daniel Burnham, who was also responsible for the famed Flatiron Building in NYC, reimagined this rough and tumbled industrial town to the modern city it is today. Ever since, Chicago has been renowned for world-class architecture, museums, and more recently, a thriving food scene. Speaking of accolades, the culture vulture will be thrilled to hear that in Trip Advisor named the Art Institute of Chicago the best museum in the world beating out the Louvre, the Met, and the British Museum.