Stonewall Bocce is an LGBTQ social and economic boon to Logan Circle. So why is the National Park Service trying to oust them?
Salah Czapary has a solid vision for growing the District’s nightlife and restaurant industry.
The D.C. Council has unanimously approved Salah Czapary's nomination to lead the Mayor's Office of Nightlife and Culture.
D.C.'s restaurant and bar owners grapple with how to offset the coming labor costs associated with eliminating the sub-minimum wage.
D.C. will vote -- for a second time -- on whether to eliminate the current wage structure for tipped employees.
Crazy Aunt Helen's is serving up a smorgasbord of Pride-month entertainment, with LGBTQ-identified drag performers, comedians, and actors.
Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the Green Lantern is one of the city's most beloved (occasionally shirtless) gay bars.
Whether you get shirtless on Thursdays to drink free, or dance upstairs to your favorite DJ, we want to hear your Green Lantern memories!
The cozy and comfortable Licht Cafe offers a chill new spot for the LGBTQ community.
D.C.'s LGBTQ bars, restaurants, and other indoor establishments will be required to ask patrons for proof of vaccination starting on Jan. 15.
The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce and Grubhub will give grants to LGBTQ-owned restaurants and bars financially impacted by COVID-19.
Owners and managers at popular LGBTQ bars and restaurants say they -- and their customers -- are excited to resume normal operations.
Check out our expanding list of all the LGBTQ bars open and operating and what conditions are in place.
D.C.'s LGBTQ bars grapple with and adapt to new restrictions banning indoor dining through mid-January.
Grants from fund are targeted for restaurants, taverns, and eateries experiencing financial stress due to COVID-19