For first-time tourists, exploring the city can be even more difficult … but absolutely worth it. Zona Rosa! First, you will need to actually get to Mexico City.
Offering Mexican organic coffee along with vegetable and fruit smoothies, delicious homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and pastry. Aroma is gay-owned by long time Vallarta resident and realtor Jamie Coates. Mon-Sat, 6am-6pm.
Everything is fair game here: drinks, fun, hookups, porn, and even sex. The reason? For many, this spot is well-known but, for the younger crowd 24 and underit might look like a northern Mexican cantina because of the double doors at the entrance.
Photo 1 of 6. Click to view slideshow. Calle Amberes: Some of the bars along Calle Amberes. Mostly there are smaller bars with people spilling out onto the street on a busy weekend evening.
Thought I would shoot over on a Saturday night at check out the gay district. I instantly felt way out of place. This area has lots and lots of bars, dance clubs and restaurants that mostly attracts the under 25 year old crowd.
The exception in Zona Rosa in Mexico City. Although Mexico separated church from state in the late s, the Catholic Church still has a massive impact in the country. On 21 DecemberMexico City became the first Latin American jurisdiction to legalize same-sex marriage.
I moved to Mexico City a year and a half ago to teach English after I graduated from college. Mexico City, also known as Distrito Federal, or D. The city is divided in to 16 delegaciones boroughs and who knows how many hundreds of colonias neighborhoods.
By Andrew Collins. Santa Fe may be the most popular gay destination in New Mexicobut it tends to draw a relatively couples-oriented, arts-mindedromantic crowd - not too many singles seeking out nightlife options unless you count going out to a concert, or a performance at the world-class Santa Fe Opera. Santa Fe hasn't supported a full-time, dedicated gay bar for an especially long period of time - there was the LGBT hangout, the fun and centrally located Rouge Cat, which lasted a few years but, sadly, closed its doors inthen became the Blue Rooster, but that also is gone.
Ever been to a club with 5, other gay boys with 13 rooms spread across 5 floors? Neither had we until we went to the huge Theatron gay club in Colombia's capital city, Bogota. The gay scene here is all about this infamous mega-club, which is the largest in Latin America.
The legendary Caudillos Disco Bar is at the very heart of the neighborhood. Part of what makes the nightclub unique is the fact that people from all different walks of life come together here to mingle and have a good time. Located in a gutted-out colonial mansion, Caudillos has multiple bars, live performances, and a guaranteed carnival-esque atmosphere. The venue is spectacularly lit and has regular two-for-one drinks deals.