From Drag Shows to State-of-the-Art Dance Clubs and Show Bars, come with us as we find the best of Nashville's hottest GLBT Clubs, Pubs, Bars and local Gayborhood Favorites.
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Blue Genes 37203Blue Genes sits right next door to Blu but dont be surprised when you find out that the two are miles apart in style and atmosphere. Blue Genes, which opened in 2006, is a pub style setting and offers the standard pool table and dartboards as well as a small stage suited for acoustical sets and karaoke. Blue Genes is the place to go after work or if you are looking for a nice casual evening without pretense.
Location: 1715 Church Street
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Canvas Lounge focuses on making the customer feel special! The ambiance is second to none. With all the funky colors and decor along with the great music, it's hard not to relax and inhale all the good vibes swirling around.
Location: 1707 Church Street
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The Lipstick Lounge
The rich deep red walls lined with art are ones first indication that this is no ordinary GLTG hangout. This club, opened in 2002, in the eclectic East Nashville neighborhood and has been crowded every since. The lounge is, for the most part, casual dress and is geared more towards the female crowd. The Lipstick Lounge offers a real sociable and hip climate with plenty of dancing, and other entertainment too.
Location: 1400 Woodland Street
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Play Dance BarPlay Dance Bar, the name says it all. Play offers everything from drag shows to even a theatrical production or two. The huge dance floor lends itself to plenty of really hot and sweaty dancing with one of the best sounds to be found in the Gayborhood.
Location: 1519 Church Street
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Opening in the summer of 2008, Stirrup offers plenty of good clean fun. This gayborhood bar (21 & up) features a game room, a large private deck, and is open 365 days a year. Location: 1529 4th Ave. South
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Known as Big City Hot...Nashville Friendly, the Tribe is a casual music video bar that offers a streaming supply of music at levels that actually promote good conversation and mingling. The decor throughout is elegant yet simple which adds to its trendy flavor and style. Dining is also provided by its adjoining restaurant, Red, which offers an array of food that, is just as trendy and inline as the rest of this venue.
Location: 1517 Church Street
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Trax offers a more casual sports bar atmosphere with plenty of visual experiences with the many TVs through out, which is great during football season. It also offers pool tables and dart boards for the sportsman in you and if you need to connect more we hear that it even offers wireless internet access.
Location: 1501 2nd Avenue South
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The Chute Complex (closed)Over the years, The Chute Complex has remained as one of Nashvilles most steadfast GLTG clubs. Located in the Melrose part of town, it is actually several different styled clubs located under one roof so it appeals to just about everyone with names like the Silver Stirrup, Rainbow Room, The Sanctuary, Neons and The Round-up one can't go wrong.
Location: 2535 Franklin Road
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Devils Jungle (closed)The Jungle Lounge is Nashvilles oldest gay bar and one that locals wont let die whether it be for nostalgia or good entertainment. It has been located at several different locations since its opening in 1951 and now it looks like it has merged with DeVils at its 2nd Avenue location and has morphed into DeVils Jungle.
Location: 515 2nd Avenue South
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Luckys Garage (closed)Just opened, in the late summer of 2006, Luckys Garage is sure to be another hottie club in the midtown gay district. Luckys is located right behind Hustler.
Location: 207 14th Avenue
If I've overlooked a local Nashville favorite or if you need me to update, add to, or change it, please feel free to contact me anytime!