Theatre Rhinoceros held a fundraiser at The Cinch last week, where a hunky shirts-off contest to crown the 2014 cover model for the next issue of ‘GayPocket’ lured a few handsome gents into doffing their tops.
Basketball season shifts to baseball season, but no matter what your preferred sport, you can always enjoy a viewing of one or several games (and a few jock-strapped hunks) at Hitops, the Besties-winning Best Sports Bar.
It was a bittersweet farewell to Tinker’s Damn, the South Bay’s oldest gay bar, throughout the weekend of March 28 to 30. Upward of an estimated 400 guests came out to have one last drink and say goodbye to Tinker’s Damn, perhaps the oldest gay bar in Santa Clara.
The Drag Queens of Comedy invaded the Castro Theatre on March 29 and laughter has been reverberating throughout the Castro neighborhood ever since. Donna Sachet also attended many other notable nights out, and offers a heads-up on upcoming events.
It’s not often that we showcase ourselves and our hard-working colleagues, but the Bay Area Reporter’s fourth annual Besties celebration, held at Besties-winning The Café, saw staff, columnists, photographers and designers schmoozing with local elected officials (and some hopeful candidates), along with local winning bartenders and restauranteurs.
There is nothing quite as much fun as exploring other people’s favorite bars. Here’s a roundup of your best picks, the Besties Bars.
Being a popular bartender takes a combination of skills; efficiency, a friendly attitude and a lot of hard work. Fortunately, readers voted in a rare three-way tie in our Besties this year. This trio of affable bartenders shared a little about their lives behind the bar, and away from it.
Our showcase of Besties winners starts off with the popular bar Blackbird, which won for both Best Gay/Gay-Friendly Bar and Best Place for Mixed Drinks.