Gay speed dating twin cities

The Minneapolis queer girl scene is fun and exciting with a wide variety of girls to meet.Alas, like most queer scenes, you can get a case of “it’s a small world” real quick.It’s nestled in the Loring Park neighborhood (see below for gayborhoods) and is one of the oldest gay bars in town.It’s definitely more of a dive, it’s dimly lit from the ceiling, but I honestly think most of the light comes from the jukebox (packed full of Madonna and Prince).There is an open fire bar to keep you warm (which is sometimes important in Minnesota), but be very careful for loose clothing, scarves or long hair near the flame. Open Tue-Fri 4 pm to 2 am and Sat-Sun 10 am to 2 am. Paul (I know, shhhh), but it’s one of the only bars in the Twin Cities that was at one point deemed a “Lesbian Bar”.The crowd can be kind of weird sometimes and my typical mode of transportation is bike, so I rarely go here.We even have our very own all women’s school, probably can’t go wrong there. ” Minneapolis has a hidden gem called the Minnesota Machine. It would be a great way to meet new people and play a sport that isn’t available in many other places.They’re always looking for new players and no experience is necessary.

The list below tends to have the most queer girls hanging out just on regular, non-event nights.

One great think about Minneapolis is that I’m constantly amazed to find new queer “groups” and people that I never knew existed before, even if they somehow still know everyone you know.

There are a lot of beautiful northern people up here too, just so you know.

Dragged Out is a diverse cast of LGBT members that give amazing performances to great music. Every time I’ve attended it’s hard to even walk around.

Bring lots of ones though, you’ll want to tip the performers.

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