To make sure you’re stay­ing in gen­uinely gay-friendly ac­com­mo­da­tion, check out the op­tions at Mis­ter B&B – and meet the lo­cals!

DNA Magazine - - CONTENT #221 -

Dis­cover the perks of Mis­ter B&B.


Be­cause of its sto­ried past, ev­ery cor­ner of New York has served as a lo­ca­tion for the LGBT nar­ra­tive. While Greenwich Vil­lage re­mains the city’s his­tor­i­cal gay head­quar­ters, much of the cur­rent night scene has mi­grated to­wards Hell’s Kitchen, the true hub of gay life with its glam­orous bars. But other gay­bor­hoods have been estab­lished out­side of Man­hat­tan, too. Check out Wil­liams­burg or Bush­wick and hop on a train to Fire Is­land Pines and Cherry Groves for your week­end get­away at the beach.


When you see Los An­ge­les at night it shines – the bea­con ev­ery­body’s drawn to. Watch the sun sink into the ocean at Venice Beach and go bar tour­ing down the strip of Santa Mon­ica Boule­vard cross­ing WeHo. There you’ll find a hand­ful of gay shops, restau­rants and bars. Check out the al­ter­na­tive gay scene in Down­town LA and his­toric Sil­ver Lake. Ev­ery­where you go you’ll risk bump­ing into faces from the in­dus­try, or you may even feel like you’re in a TV show your­self!


With its stun­ning sea­side beauty, hill­top parks and bridge span­ning across the bay, San Fran­cisco will wow first-time vis­i­tors. While the Cas­tro’s sta­tus as a gay-mecca is well-de­served, make sure you check out the most al­ter­na­tive gay-scene in South of Mar­ket, re­ferred to as SoMa. On a sunny day, rent a bike and ride across the Golden Gate bridge to Sausal­ito and have the yum­mi­est tacos with a view of the bay. Be sure to visit the city dur­ing Pride sea­son or the Fol­som Street Fair.

In LA, check out Will’s hip pad in Sil­verlake.

In San Fran­cisco, check out Brett’s beau­ti­ful home.

In New York; Matt and Si­mon’s place

or Juan’s apart­ment.

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