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Boulevard Bar may not be your average gay nightlife destination. The bartenders and patrons at the Boulevard are friendly and down to earth, and are unafraid to belt it out at karaoke. Want to catch a drag show? Several years ago it went out of business and the space became an upscale gay lounge.
Looking for a night of pop divas and pretty boys and girls?
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- The Abbey has great food and a fun outdoor patio.
- Sunday brunch is not to be ignored.
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- Providing a place for the homosexual community who live beachside for 32 years now, Roosterfish is mostly a locals spot, but all are welcome. Mother Lode is a great example of a more laid-back West Hollywood spot.
- You may also like. Elsewhere in Boystown, attitude and preening may best define the current posture of patrons, but not at Mother Lode—here, the vibe, from the bartenders to the crowd, is casual and the only attitude allowed is "friendly.
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