Very fun upbeat bar in a huge space. The drinks were reasonable and they weren't shy with the Titos lol. Everyone was super friendly.
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This spot is where my son and I meet when visiting Boston. The food is amazing, the drinks super delicious and the staff is great!! You will find beautiful people surrounding you both gay or straight and once you hit the dance floor is pure...More
The best gay bar in town! It's like a dream- you can Eat at the restaurant part first, hit the piano bar, have a drink at the bar and then go clubbing all in one place. Bartenders are very generous with their pours too. There's...More
We went here for dinner a couple days before the Boston Marathon. After spending the day among crowds with the pre-race activities, we wanted to find a restaurant that was away from Boylston Street and all the people. We walked in on Saturday night, got...More
Club Cafe is a nice place to drink something, listen to some nice music, having a good lunch or dinner and why not dance a little bit. The service is very friendly and the food is good.
Loved the music when they sang -- but all too often the plump singer yammered on incessantly about this friend or that and than the friend got up and yammered some more - They let some delightful guy sing his take on My Way --...More
We like going to the Napoleon Room at the Club Cafe. We usually go to see Bill and Katie sing - they put on a great show. The larger Club Cafe is a gay bar; the Napoleon Room usually has a mixed crowd. Be sure...More
A friend suggested we stop by for a drink and listen to some of the people performing... they have a guy playing the piano in an area off to the left as you enter this large place... sectioned off with a glass partition. People come...More
To think of The Golden Girls performance that we saw as a drag show would be doing these two actors a tremendous disservice. This is a tribute show that is full of love. There is some interaction with the audience--The fourth wall is broken several...More