Although the area maintained its gay flavor, it tends to be inhabited by wealthy middle aged gays and their artist significant others. Log in to Reply. But in a really good way. Hipsters and craft fairs and homos, oh my! Sure, some of the neighborhoods get a bad rap, but there is tons of great community and amazing people living in all of these neighborhoods. Sign Up for our Newsletter Receive exclusive travel deals, insider tips, inspiration, breaking news updates, and more. And I think people exaggerate the outside sketchiness, everyone seems to mention it.
Owned and operated by the pair that brought you the legendary club Saints, this Inman Square eatery extends a warm and welcoming feel to those in the family.
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Vertigo Like a club spinoff, Vertigo comes to you the first Sunday of every month from the folks at Club Hollywood. I want to talk to other Wellesley people! The thing about having all of these schools around is that they all throw queer parties throughout the school year. High ceilings, sunny and there are plants everywhere. Highlights include Harvard Square touristy as it isDavis Square, and also some out-of-the-way delights like Union Square. Wellesley in particular throws a great Dyke Ball every year. Yaaay for things to do.
But mostly for the incomparable alternative lifestyle haircut. While plenty of other breweries in New England give tours, Harpoon and Sam Adams are accessible by the T so no one has to drive. Sure, some of the neighborhoods get a bad rap, but there is tons of great community and amazing people living in all of these neighborhoods. That city is queer as fuck in every way possible. IMO, the T is actually not a bad system, having been in other cities, it is one of the better ways to travel. It also means the mean age of everyone is brought down to like Truth Serum promoter Aliza Shapiro along with a variety of special events from art shows to theatrical performances to rock bands.