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( 3 Reviews ) Tags: clothes, sneakers, underground

Speakeasy street clothes boutique

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Education / Gay Friendly / Music & Entertainment / Shops & Markets

Lucy Parsons Center

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( 2 Reviews ) Tags: bookstore, co-op, community space, film night, lectures, movies, non-profit, radical

Radical bookstore/community space with rad events.

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Jacque's Cabaret

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( 2 Reviews ) Tags: campy, drag, misplaced, strong drinks

drag queens in residential neighborhoods.

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Berkley Perk Cafe

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( 1 Review ) Tags: bagels, couches, cozy, free refills, hidden gem

Cute spot for coffee, snacks, or puttering.

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4.0 Stars

The South End is Boston's valiant attempt at having a neighborhood that feels like Park Slope. We're talking tree-lined streets, sidewalks packed with small dogs and babies in strollers being walked by parents, many of whom are gay. It's been a haven for gay guys since the 1940s, and you're going to find a large concentration of art galleries and delicious ethnic food here (some of Boston's best--from cheap to egregious--restaurants are here). The only drawbacks are that it's pricey even though its proximity to places you might not wanna be wandering around alone at night in would make you think otherwise.

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In between Roxbury, the Back Bay, and Dorchester, you'll find the preserved brownstones and tree-lined streets of the South End, one of Boston's latest rags to riches neighborhoods.

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Tags: brownstones, culture, ethnic food, gaybies, lpc, revitalization

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