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Below, the best gay bars in Manhattan. Nowhere E. Second Ave. It also has an eclectic and dynamic roster of DJs and themed nights, including the long-running Double Headed Disco last Saturday of the month , the ritualistic Witch Camp, and a night for ginger enthusiasts, Fire in the Hole. The Cock 93 Second Ave. This unashamedly punky, vital East Village gay bar relocated last summer, and the new address is a vast improvement.
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Charles Kaiser, author of The Gay Metropolis: The Landmark History of Gay Life in America , wrote that in the era after World War II , "New York City became the literal gay metropolis for hundreds of thousands of immigrants from both within and without the United States: the place they chose to learn how to live openly, honestly and without shame. The Stonewall Inn, located at 51 and 53 Christopher Street , along with several other establishments in the city, was owned by the Genovese crime family. Once a week a police officer would collect envelopes of cash as a payoff; the Stonewall Inn had no liquor license. It was the only bar for gay men in New York City where dancing was allowed;  dancing was its main draw since its re-opening as a gay club. Visitors to the Stonewall Inn in were greeted by a bouncer who inspected them through a peephole in the door.
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