Philadelphia’s Washington Square West neighborhood, playfully referred to as “the Gayborhood,” is ground zero for the city’s thriving GLBTQ scene. That’s due in no small part to its abundance of gay-friendly clubs and businesses. But the neighborhood possesses a charm that transcends its niche, thanks to tree-lined cobblestone streets and brick townhouses. All in all, it’s a rich part of the city where variety is second only to convivial acceptance. From Sunday mornings filled with NFL football and drag-queen brunches to evening dinners set to live show tunes, it’s the enduring sense of community that ties the neighborhood’s diverse activities together.
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