Raise it a notch for this summer daytime shindig at the swank Midtown Monarch Rooftop Lounge.
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City guides » New York
Mr Sharp brings his Westgay Tuesday shenanigans to the West Village.
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This Williamsburg quartet bring food, wine and excellent tunes. No conquest, war, famine or death. Or sulphites.
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Swap the view of LIC’s iconic Pepsi Cola sign for one of the Manhattan skyline and some design love.
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If the bloody marys at Sunday brunch left you hankering for more, head over to Michael Cohen’s early afternoon party.
Read more: Summer Camp Sundays
Get the weekend off to an early start at one of New York’s most popular rooftops.
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Things to do
If you’re visiting New York mainly for the museums and cultural attractions, then the new Whitney is not to be missed.
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Get wet at Susanne Bartsch’s rooftop soiree. This summer Tuesday gig is a brazenly look-at-me-me-me affair.
Read more: On Top at Le Bain Tuesdays
BOYCOTT. Not the place you want to book if you’re trying to keep your sexual orientation a private matter, but sleeker than it sounds.
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At The Eagle NYC alright, but you can leave your harness and boots at home for this tea dance.
Read more: The Teabag Saturdays
Michael Cohen’s midweek party at the very golden Goldbar in Little Italy.
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The 60by80 gay guide to an extended weekend in New York City with Club, Queen and King-sized recommendations on what to see and do, and where to eat, shop and go out.
Read more: 60 hours in gay New York
BOYCOTT. Post-gay? Not if these guys are allowed a say. Party in Hell’s Kitchen like it’s Chelsea in the 90s.
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Soul-warming cocktails from Danny Meyer in West Chelsea.
Read more: Porchlight Bar
Even if you aren’t hunting for a brownstone castle in Brooklyn, you’d enjoy this Bed-Stuy local.
Read more: Casablanca Cocktail Lounge
All sophisticated affluence and understated extravagance. No bling at the French crystal maker’s New York hotel.
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Wine, dine and party your way from Midtown East down to SoHo as one of the world’s most important furniture fairs hits town.
If your idea of paying tribute to the Declaration of Independence involves dancing with half naked men and a boatload of trannies, then head straight to the Pines.
High tops and sandy bottoms. Fire Island’s all-nighter sunset-to-sunrise party takes place on the beach.
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