Chicago’s Wicker Park is the most eclectic of all the gayborhoods we’ve visited — and one of the most creative, trendy and seductive.
Brooklyn’s famous Williamsburg neighborhood maybe the THE hipster hangout of the world, but it’s also the center of café culture and amazing gay bars.
Atlanta’s Westside used to be the city’s industrial zone, but now it’s one of the most happening areas for food, drinking and culture.
While Silver Lake might not be the main gayborhood in Los Angeles, it’s the first — and it’s still amazing for history and cool, quirky venues!
Toronto’s Queen Street West is home to the Toronto Queer Arts Festival and loads of eclectic bars and restaurants.
The Mission District in San Francisco is full of great history, activists, the counterculture — and great food and drink!
East Side, Austin’s post-gayborhood, has some of the best food around — be it barbecue or bahn mi, it’ll be difficult to escape without a couple of extra pounds.
The historically Jewish neighborhood, Mile End, is also Montréal’s gayborhood, and a must-visit for their many amazing restaurants.
The Lower Highlands, the gayborhood in Denver, Colorado, provides gorgeous views of the mile high city along with amazing restaurants and bars.
Gentrification is coming to Washington, DC’s gayborhood Logan Circle, so check it out before it loses its cool factor!
Lawrenceville, the gayborhood in Pittsburgh, is a prime example of how cities in America’s Rust Belt are changing for the better.
Portland, Oregon’s post-gayborhood, the Alberta Arts District is a great place to eat delicious food and see gorgeous artwork.