13 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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Great spot for GLBT crowd and friends. This classic boston club has a little of everything: a piano bar, a restaurant, a lounge, dancing, karaoke, and more. Very lively and a great place to socialize.
When Club Café opened in 1983, its owners say, it was the first gay club in Boston to have windows—patrons didn’t have to hide from passersby. Still a favorite gay restaurant and bar, it serves lunch and dinner and has a popular Sunday buffet brunch. As well, there is dancing, trivia, bingo, karaoke…
Oh the DJ and the happy people. LGBT owned and operated. Acceptance and all love. Reminds me of Ibiza! What a great place to unwind.
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