Photo courtesy Persing. Bucking a trend over the past few years, which has seen the closing of gay bars, a gay couple is about to launch a new gay establishment in Baltimore. The operating hours for the lounge-restaurant are slated to be Monday through Friday, 4 p. It will offer small plates that will be served from 4 to 9 p. For more information, visit g-a-ybaltimore.
BY Tamar Alexia Fleishman. Dance clubs in the Baltimore area represent all ages and dance styles. They're just as diverse as the locals. One thing they do share in common is that they guarantee to show you a good time, whether you're in the mood for hip hop, country music, rock or southern rock — like at the historic Pop's Tavern. The fact of the matter is that there used to be many dance clubs in Baltimore that are now closed.
By Andrew Collins. This Baltimore Gay Nightlife Guide, with listings in alphabetical order, also includes a handful of notably GLBT-popular restaurants and coffeehouses in this friendly, diverse Maryland metropolis. This city of , just 45 miles from Washington, DC , has some of the longest-running gay clubs on the East Coast, most of them concentrated in the eclectic Mount Vernon neighborhood, but you'll also find increasingly GLBT-popular hangouts throughout the city, from quirky Hampden to historic Fells Point.
The building Cobalt occupied was recently sold and will soon house apartments. The days are numbered for Baltimore's most iconic gay bar and nightclub. The establishment opened back in as the Grand Central Pub, expanding and dropping the "Pub" in This lesbian bar, which catered to a Latina crowd, quietly closed its doors in late The reason for the closure is not clear, with some speculating rents and gentrification were behind it.