Logan Circle's Trade and Capitol Hill's As You Are bar appear on Esquire Magazine's list of the Best LGBTQ Bars in America.
Capital Pride 2023 is finally here, and we have all the perfect recommendations to keep your Pride soaring high.
The annual "Gay Day at the Zoo" celebration, which promotes LGBTQ visibility at the National Zoo, will be held on Sunday, May 7.
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.
The men's magazine selected 32 nightspots from various cities across the country and Trade was the sole bar from Washington, D.C. to make the list.
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Looking to ring in 2022? Here's a sampling of the best parties at LGBTQ and LGBTQ-adjacent bars in the D.C. region
Some LGBTQ business owners have reacted positively to Mayor Muriel Bowser's plans to lift D.C.'s indoor mask mandate, starting Nov. 22.
Your complete guide to Halloween in the capital -- LGBTQ and otherwise
LGBTQ bar owners weigh in on what the mask mandate means for them, as well as why they’re asking for proof of vaccination.
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.
Bar owners are excited but awaiting further guidance about the District's plan to end COVID-19 restrictions on June 11.
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