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That being said, I encourage you to check it out for yourself, preferably on a Thursday night for the Stardust party or bring your friends to Robyn night on Sunday. I’ve never been to any LGBTQ bars/clubs on the South Side or in the suburbs, but it’s definitely on my to-do list (after Natalie Portman, of course). Halsted St.) A good choice after a night of partying in Boystown, the Chicago Diner is completely vegetarian and mostly vegan. Pick Me Up Cafe (3408 N Clark St) For a laid-back dining experience, stop by Pick Me Up Cafe. Belmont Ave.) The menu here is really diverse, and they serve booze, too. Halsted St.) Speaking of pancakes, yes, I’m serious on this one.
It’s okay if you show up looking like the morning after, the staff is quite friendly and the environment is chill. The breakfast is always a solid choice, and I enjoy their milkshakes and desserts. Clarke’s is great for those times when it’s 3AM, my code won’t compile, and I really want some Swedish pancakes. Located on the north edge of Boystown, this IHOP is open 24 hours and almost always packed full of queers with the munchies, especially after the bars close.
Okay, I made that up, but I’ve never found anything else like it.
CMSA offers coed and single-sex options for tons of sports at various levels. ), volleyball, basketball, and dodgeball seem to be the favorites of my lady friends.
Recently, the Dolls started Sunday Night Sex Talks at The Dragon Lady Lounge (3188 N. And if you’re into it, there is a shower contest on Fridays. Belmont Ave.) The environment seems to be a little cliquey, so go with a big group of friends. The majority of the group is 36 , and it includes lots of non-bar activities. Clark St.) Located in Andersonville, this restaurant and bar is always hoppin’ with some LGBTQA-flavored event. You can get totally wasted on a Sunday morning for $10, and the food is good.