Blackbook breaks down gay Las Vegas for
us with the top five scenes. And should you have missed this post on
the Blackbook blog (www.blackbookmag.com),
we've got it here for you.
Sin City is making its grab for the
growing business of gay tourism; gone are the days of limited gay
venues among the bright lights.
There is only one gay venue on the
Vegas Strip: Krave (www.kravelasvegas.com), featuring sweaty-fun nightly events such as Wednesday's So You
Think You Can Strip competition.
Shirtless boys and eye-candy girls flock to the warehouse dance
space. “There's more strippers per-square foot than at most
topless bars,” says Blackbook.
remaining four bars are located east of the Strip. In the mood to
run into Britney Spears or Paris Hilton? Head over to Piranha
where you might find them swimming in the giant piranha aquarium, or
dancing on the huge concrete dance floor. The plush ultra lounge
81/2 is not to be missed.
within staggering distance is Gipsy (www.gipsylasvegas.com),
the original, notorious gay scene in Vegas. Vegas.com calls it “the
most uninhibited and unpretentious dance club in town.”
newest gay bar is the leather-themed Fun Hog Ranch
A laid-back atmosphere of wood paneling and strong drinks at a
centrally located watering hole offers masculine camaraderie.
minutes from the Hard Rock Hotel you'll find Freezone
(www.freezonelv.com), a dive
bar worth looking into, where a young crowd has been packing the
dance floor to see raunchy drag shows for ten years.
net: Blackbook website www.blackbookmag.com