What are some gay bars in Philadelphia?


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As of April 2015, gay bars in Philadelphia include Stir Lounge, Tavern on Camac, Woody's, Knock and The Venture Inn. Visitors can also try Boxers PHL, a themed bar where the all-male staff wear nothing but boxer shorts.

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Stir Lounge is at 1705 Chancellor Street and is open daily. The bar has a dance floor and holds a happy hour for two hours every day, even on weekends.

Tavern on Camac is at 243 South Camac Street and is open daily. The bar has two floors, and the upstairs floor has a dance area and a DJ on weekends. The bar sometimes hosts live piano music downstairs, and there is a restaurant on site.

Woody's features a daily happy hour and DJs on Thursday nights, as well as many other regular promotions. Its address is 202 South 13th Street, and it's open daily.

Knock features both a restaurant and bar. The bar is open daily, as is the restaurant for dinner. Lunch is served Monday through Saturday with brunch on Sunday. Knock is at 225 South 12th Street.

The Venture Inn is one of the oldest bars in the city, and it is locally famous for its drag shows. The establishment serves both food and drink daily. Its address is 255 South Camac Street.

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