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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Gay Bars in Tucson

Brodie’s Tavern

formerly the Yard Dog 2449 N Stone Avenue, Tucson AZ 85705 BrodiesTavern@hotmail.com (520) 622-0447 Brodie's Tavern Brodies is more of a local hangout type of bar.  Located right off...

IBT’s Gay Dance Club

IBT's 616 N 4th Ave Tucson, AZ 85705 520-882-3053 Cocktails, Dancing and Drag Shows IBT's Dance Club On the north end of Tucson's vibrant 4th Ave is a...

Looks GLBT Nightclub

Gay Friendly 2000 E Oracle, Tucson 520.631.2804 We have a bit more info thanks to our dedicated community! Thanks to Noel and Alice for the heads...

Venture-N Tucson Leather Bar

Venture N has been traditionally known as Tucsons leather bar but they welcome folks from all walks of life.  Check out their events, come play...

Where are all the gay bars?

Tucson has always has been very accepting of all people. One of the great benefits of acceptance is less segregation. Everyone should be able to hang with any and all friends everywhere. Luckily, Tucson offers just that.

One of the most active areas is the light rail district. The light rail travels from the Mercado through downtown Tucson.  From downtown is goes through 4th Ave and then to the UofA main gate area.  There are over 30 bars and clubs to choose from. IBT’s gay bar is on 4th Ave.

If you are looking for a good craft cocktail, I highly recommend Reilly’s underground bar and 47 Scott.  Both bars are in downtown Tucson and right across the street from each other.  Tell one of the bartenders that you want something sour and fun and they will make something delicious.

I also like Agustin’s Kitchen at the Mercado San Agustin.  This bar/restaurant is at the beginning of the light rail and has plenty of easy parking.  They have some great craft cocktails on their menu.  Agustin’s has also been the host to a G3 event.  You’ll love the outdoor area when the weather is right.

Oh and don’t forget Pasco

One more drink you should try is the Father Kino margarita at Pasco.  Pasco is located at the University of Arizona main gate.  It’s not your typical margarita and it’s one of my favorite.

Some times you may want to visit a gay bar, and we honor that. Please see the list below of gay bars that are currently open in Tucson.

Lesbian / Gay Friendly
2000 E Oracle, Tucson AZ 85705
Looks Bar and Grill

Brodie’s Tavern
formerly the Yard Dog
2449 N Stone Avenue, Tucson AZ 85705
(520) 622-0447
Brodie’s Tavern

IBT’s (It’s About Time)
Gay Owned
616 N. 4th Ave., Tucson, AZ
(520) 882-3053
A dance bar, younger crowd
IBT’s Dance Club

Gay Owned
1239 N. 6th Ave., Tucson, AZ
(520) 882-8224
Venture N – A leather / mans bar

Why does Gay Tucson keep information about closed gay bars?

We keep this information for our friends from out of town. Those who may have been to one of these gay bars in the past and need to know that they have closed.

Yard Dog – See Brodies Tavern above
2449 N Stone Avenue, Tucson AZ 85705
New Owners, New Name, Same Location

New Moon
(Closed as of 2013)
formerly Howl at the Moon and Coyote Moon
Gay Owned
915 W. Prince, Tucson, AZ  85705
(520) 293-7339
Country dance bar, food, pool tables
See more information and photos about New Moon

(Closed as of Jan, 2013)
May Re-Open-See Page
Gay Owned
3710 N Oracle Rd., Tucson, AZ   85705
(520) 292-6702
See more information and photos about Woody’s

(Closed as of August 1, 2012)
Gay Owned
5305 E. Speedway, Tucson, AZ  85712
(520) 323-1840
See more information and photos about Colors

Ain’t Nobody’s Bizness
(CLOSED) Gay Owned
2900 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ
(520) 318-4838
GLBT Bar and Nightclub
See More Information and photos about The Biz

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