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Montreal, Canada , by Sid 2. Seattle , by Marley. Since coming out, Seattle has proven to be an awesome place to live for a number of reasons: I travel quite a bit for work and hands down, I think Seattle is the best place besides New York to be a queer lady.

This Capitol Hill lesbian staple has been around for over 20 years- serving up cold beer, good food and eye candy to the Seattle lesbian community. Tuesdays are Taco Tuesdays, which tend to get crowded. Fridays and Saturdays usually feature a DJ and are sometimes themed dance parties and are guaranteed to be an ass-shaking good time. Sundays the Rose has a great brunch, Happy Hour, and shows a few of the sports games, depending on the season. The crowd at the Rose is as diverse as Seattle lesbians are, and that includes age.

It tends to have a good mix of genders and feels like a neighborhood bar. Wednesday is Lesbian night with karaoke, which draws a fun and friendly crowd.

Very casual environment with a good mixed clientele. Held once a month, this dance packs Re-Bar, a divey space in downtown to the brim with hot young and young at heart women. Cherry has rotating DJs who usually spin whatever is most popular at that time. This is definitely the most popular to meet other ladies to hook up with.

Held randomly throughout the year at Chop Suey. Lick is the more diverse, more trans-friendly, and much more hipster cousin to Cherry. Hosted once a month at Neighbours. The DJs play a variety of music from the recent and not so recent past which keeps the dance floor going strong.

Over the past few years, Seattle has experienced an explosion in awesome new restaurants, cafes, and dessert spots. Capitol Hill is hands down the center of the new foodie experience in Seattle, located just a short walk from downtown and serviced by a million buses. All the vendors listed are almost guaranteed to be staffed by a member of the GLBTQ crowd, and more likely than not, your fellow diners will be family too. Best cheap breakfast spot on the hill. Open late nights, too, for your drunken breakfast food cravings.

A little more upscale, but serves great local food and has some of the best espresso around. Cool interior design and great bloody marys. Best crepes around- both savory and sweet. They serve as much local products as possible, are a no-fuss type restaurant, and only take cash. This place is getting more and more popular, so come early or late at night to beat the crowds.

They offer a number of raw foods and gluten free options, and are usually staffed by lesbians. Kimchi fried rice, sexy tofu tacos, and Aloha sliders make this some of the best and cheapest lunch food in Seattle.

Also a progeny of a food truck, this Mexican restaurant now lives in an old KFC location. A vegan restaurant, Plum constantly redefines what is good in animal-free cooking.

A great place to take a date. Has a great late night happy hour and usually lots of eye candy. Blue Bird Ice Cream: Their Imperial Stout Ice Cream is delicious, and they serve a number of local beers on tap. Key Arena is the summer hot spot and turns into the biggest lesbian bar in the city by default.

Seattle is also home to the Seahawks football , Mariners baseball , and Sounders soccer which are all fun to go to. Available sports include soccer, basketball, softball and volleyball. By far the biggest school in the area is the University of Washington , with over 60, students and staff. The UW funds a Q Center which provides support groups, resources, and a safe place for queer students on campus.

The UW is basically its own city within Seattle, encompassing the University District which has lots of great food, coffee shops and bars. Lots of shared housing and co-ops dot this area that also has lots of young families. The effort failed, and now Ballard is just a neighborhood of Seattle- albeit a cool, industrial, fishing village type neighborhood.

Like a city within Seattle, West Seattle has pretty much everything somebody would need, including a strong sense of community. Cool shopping, a gay bar, and lots and lots of Momma-Mommy families, West Seattle has lots of affordable housing as well. Cheap and diverse, Columbia City is a good bet for funky restaurants and live music.

Cheap housing, lots of good cheap food, and great views make Beacon Hill a good choice. Lots of dive bars, a great roller skating rink that hosts Pride Skate and more Vietnamese restaurants than you can count, White Center is a gritty, unique hidden secret. Lots of queers make their home down here because of how affordable it is.

For family support specifically, there are a few groups that meet regularly including Feather Boa Fathers for gay dads , Maybe Baby Seattle support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people who are interested in becoming parents , Mature Friends a group for those over 40 , and Rainbow Families of Seattle.

Seattle Pride is held on the last weekend in June and has been a constantly evolving event. Hosted mainly by Seattle Out and Proud , Pride has gone through a little bit of an identity and financial crisis the past few years that included a move from Capitol Hill to the Seattle Center, a bankruptcy, and board change.

Despite the internal politics, Seattle Pride is a super fun, community building event that is the highlight of the year for many people. Pride in Seattle as in most cities seems to be two-faceted: The Pride Parade held on Sunday is the biggest parade Seattle sees all year. It snakes through downtown Seattle, drawing over , spectators every year. The big businesses around town like to show their support, so you can always count on Microsoft, Amazon, Starbucks, Google, Boeing, and Alaska Airlines to have huge employee contingents marching, which we honestly love, of course.

This event is great for people watching and relaxing after a long weekend of partying. The party at the Rose runs from Friday through Sunday, with Friday featuring a wet t-shirt contest and DJs til the wee hours of the morning, Saturday looking at all-day bands and beer pong, and Sunday usually hosting a spectacular Butch contest with even more music. Seattle Out and Proud also hosts a Pride Idol singing competition.

Recently and for the first time , a number of churches and synagogues came together to host an Interfaith Pride Service on Saturday, which was well attended. Seattle Counseling Services are specific for our community and have a number of resources for other service providers in our community, including addiction help and psychiatric care. The Capitol Hill Alano Club hosts a number of support meetings for those in recovery.

Same with Greek Row by the University of Washington at all times. Of note though, there is usually one or two Rainbow Wedding Expositions , and with Washington state super close to legalizing gay marriage, these are sure to increase. They usually do a decent job and are pretty cheap. Lots of people have their favorite stylist at different locations — check Yelp for details.

Check Yelp for other ideas- or just ask that cute girl next to you on the bus where she got her hair done! Just like hair salons, there are about a million tattoo and piercing shops in Seattle, all of which people swear by. Seriously though, do your research, find an artist you like, and enjoy!

Seattle is generally a pretty safe city to live in, especially as an LGBT person. As is to be expected anywhere, there are acts of violence, however, these do not tend to be targeted and instead are usually drug related.

The police department has an LGBT liaison who works with us to address concerns as they come up. Besides San Francisco and New York, Seattle might just be the next most expensive city in the nation. High rents, high cost of food — this place is expensive. Wages tend to reflect that reality, however, it can be hard to make ends meet for many people. Unfortunately, the city is still fairly segregated, with the south ends of the city being more diverse in both racial and economic terms.

There is a fairly large transgendered population as well. Part of an ongoing series of Queer Girl City Guides. Are you following us on Facebook? The Rose at Pride. Marley Marley has written 1 articles for us. You May Also Like

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Seek out a craft cocktail at one of the recent additions to the very walkable neighborhood: Damn The Weather is a fine place to start, upscale and sleek, set in a handsome sliver of a room. You can also try E. Smith Mercantile 1st Ave S , an eclectic shop of local, handmade goods, with a hidden, very small—and very excellent—bar in the back. If you get to the Square early enough, there may be some art galleries still open; though some artists have been forced to flee the area due to rising rents, this is still ground zero for exhibits in the city.

One of the best is Stonington Gallery , featuring distinctive Northwest-derived pieces art lovers should try coming to the Square on the first Thursday of the month for the Art Walk , where dozens of galleries, lofts, and normally private residences open their doors to the public.

Many all-time greats have performed here and the booking agents are discerning, so your chance of getting a good laugh or ten is high.

Finally, duck into some of the grittier spots. Ever since Henry Yesler picked this location for his lumber mill in , Pioneer Square has been a home for dives, dumps, hazy parlors and shady backrooms, and some ghosts of that disreputability remain.

Or just wander the vicinity and see what you stumble onto. What is the funnest bar in Seattle? Lively, busy, fun, popular bars for couple in their 30s and 40s.

Sea Monster for live music and a loud party scene. Looking for a great place to eat and drink in Belltown or downtown Seattle. Really good food but a bar vibe with beer, wine, cocktails.

Any ideas for a group of six no kids? Black Bottle gastropub is awesome. Great food, drinks, atmosphere. Dishes are designed to share. Friendly, good local beers, and tasty food.

For family support specifically, there are a few groups that meet regularly including Feather Boa Fathers for gay dads , Maybe Baby Seattle support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people who are interested in becoming parents , Mature Friends a group for those over 40 , and Rainbow Families of Seattle.

Seattle Pride is held on the last weekend in June and has been a constantly evolving event. Hosted mainly by Seattle Out and Proud , Pride has gone through a little bit of an identity and financial crisis the past few years that included a move from Capitol Hill to the Seattle Center, a bankruptcy, and board change. Despite the internal politics, Seattle Pride is a super fun, community building event that is the highlight of the year for many people.

Pride in Seattle as in most cities seems to be two-faceted: The Pride Parade held on Sunday is the biggest parade Seattle sees all year. It snakes through downtown Seattle, drawing over , spectators every year.

The big businesses around town like to show their support, so you can always count on Microsoft, Amazon, Starbucks, Google, Boeing, and Alaska Airlines to have huge employee contingents marching, which we honestly love, of course.

This event is great for people watching and relaxing after a long weekend of partying. The party at the Rose runs from Friday through Sunday, with Friday featuring a wet t-shirt contest and DJs til the wee hours of the morning, Saturday looking at all-day bands and beer pong, and Sunday usually hosting a spectacular Butch contest with even more music.

Seattle Out and Proud also hosts a Pride Idol singing competition. Recently and for the first time , a number of churches and synagogues came together to host an Interfaith Pride Service on Saturday, which was well attended.

Seattle Counseling Services are specific for our community and have a number of resources for other service providers in our community, including addiction help and psychiatric care. The Capitol Hill Alano Club hosts a number of support meetings for those in recovery. Same with Greek Row by the University of Washington at all times. Of note though, there is usually one or two Rainbow Wedding Expositions , and with Washington state super close to legalizing gay marriage, these are sure to increase.

They usually do a decent job and are pretty cheap. Lots of people have their favorite stylist at different locations — check Yelp for details. Check Yelp for other ideas- or just ask that cute girl next to you on the bus where she got her hair done! Just like hair salons, there are about a million tattoo and piercing shops in Seattle, all of which people swear by.

Seriously though, do your research, find an artist you like, and enjoy! Seattle is generally a pretty safe city to live in, especially as an LGBT person. As is to be expected anywhere, there are acts of violence, however, these do not tend to be targeted and instead are usually drug related. The police department has an LGBT liaison who works with us to address concerns as they come up.

Besides San Francisco and New York, Seattle might just be the next most expensive city in the nation. High rents, high cost of food — this place is expensive. Wages tend to reflect that reality, however, it can be hard to make ends meet for many people. Unfortunately, the city is still fairly segregated, with the south ends of the city being more diverse in both racial and economic terms.

Easy Street Records , anything greasy on a hangover morning. Geraldine's , corned beef hash. Victrola or Caffe Ladro. I need a coat with a hood. Going as far as Ballard from West Seattle may never actually happen. One needs a whole extra day to do that. Buses are actually a great way to get around, but you won't go real far. We came from similar northern climes, so the darkness is not unusual. I would appreciate more snow, but I can take a bit of amusement at the freak-out that happens from the hint of a threat of snow.

Arepa Venezuelan Kitchen , get the llanera or the reina pepiada. The Triangle Pub and High Dive are great. The Crocodile is also brilliant. South Park, Georgetown, and the more eastern part of the International District are some seriously sweet neighborhoods. Also, there are great rooftop cafes and restaurants and viewing pads in many of the buildings downtown.

You just need to look like you belong there. Queen Anne to live in, because it's quiet and peaceful and nothing ever happens. No Bones Beach Club , a vegan place in Ballard. Go for brunch and get a Benedict, with avocado. Just get pad thai. El Diablo coffee at the top of the hill. Always, always, always avoid Uptown Espresso.

Not a fact, but it feels that way. I moved from Hawaii, where the days were always the same length. The cold isn't so bad, but the early sunset is slowly draining the happiness from my life. I get through it with Christmas lights and alcohol. Capitol Hill, it feels like a European neighborhood with ample locations to enjoy cuisine and drink, as well to explore and feel the true liberal culture of the city, all condensed into an easily navigable space.

Lost Lake will make any tasty diner food one could desire, 24 hours a day. Canon is the best bar in the area, serving a medley of innovative house cocktails. If you want beer, though, the Pine Box is a great stop. Both have a fun and cozy ambience. Discovery Park and Volunteer Park.

Seattle has a magnanimous park system for a city, and Discovery Park and Volunteer Park are the crown jewels of the city's parks.

People talk a lot about the Seattle Freeze, but I feel like most people here are quite friendly, but perhaps a little hesitant to open up at first. Shiro's in Belltown is bomb! Cha Cha Lounge is a cool and unique spot. This city could use more solid sports bars like that. Work, cause it's free. Caffe Ladro is closest and nearest outside of that, however, so will go there when I need some outside of work. Or Nectar Lounge in Fremont.

I have to be careful complaining about the Seattle Freeze, but also you can't be too "overly friendly" with folks, either—apparently it makes a fair amount of people uncomfortable in this town. Fremont because Hashtag Cannabis and Add-a-Ball are great and it's not crowded.

Chaco Canyon , spinach artichoke sandwich and a smoothie. Razzis Pizzeria , a massive fucking calzone. Kremwerk , Re-bar —dancing to techno and house all night. Monkey Pub karaoke on Monday nights. The second floor juke box!! It's great for people who feel awkward at bars because there's so much happening, you don't have to talk to anyone. Milstead —the bubbly water with the espresso feels so fancy and tastes amazing.

The Vera Project —also in Seattle Center! Traffic is bad even on the weekends. I refused to believe it, but it's true. The light rail is the best way to get to the airport. It's been pretty rough. I followed everyone's advice and now try to take vitamin D regularly. Game nights and movie nights. I bought a banjo. San Fermo , any pasta changes regularly ; Hot Cakes , chocolate molten cake and boozy shakes; the Walrus and the Carpenter , scallops.

Ray's Boathouse has a great happy hour and a fabulous view. If you're from the East Coast, they'll be a breeze.

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