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On the Tip from an iGaytrips. I had written a post on another mid Atlantic Gay Destination so I thought and this reader send me a kind message that I had gotten it wrong. So I was steered in the true Gay travel destination of the Mid-Atlantic.
By Andrew Collins. Some of the best gay bars, gay-friendly lounges, lively coffeehouses, and exceptional restaurants found in Rehoboth BeachDelaware are included in these recommendations. One of the top gay beach communities in the United States, Rehoboth Beach is an especially popular getaway.
Big, almost all outdoors, hot young crowd, great happy hour and packed on weekend and holidays. Pleasant when it's not crowded, exciting when it is. Went to Aqua with friends during a trip to Rehobeth--great, friendly bartenders and staff. The front of the place is beach bar with sand!
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Sandwiched between the quiet family resorts of Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island to the south and Lewes to the north, Rehoboth and Dewey beaches offer the only consistent nightlife on the Delaware coast. In summer, Irish Eyes, 52 Rehoboth Ave. There's also a pool table and 16 TVs to catch all the football action in fall and winter.
Rehoboth Beach is conveniently located near a handful of incredible East Coast cities, which causes it to have a huge outpouring of beach vacationers from all around the area. Look no further for natural beauty and an eye-candy fix! Close proximity to Washington, D.
It is a summer town, and the population swells to 50, during the season. With over GLBT-owned businesses in this small resort town, the gay nightlife scene is understated--but understood. Few establishments scream "Gay Bar!
Along the Atlantic coast in often-overlooked Delaware sits gay-popular Rehoboth Beach--one square mile of cottages, grand mansions, and sparkling sands. The town's boardwalk connects 75 eateries and gourmet restaurants many gay-ownedincluding the pioneering Back Porch Caf? The town includes lodging options for all budgets, a surprisingly vibrant nightlife for such a small community, arts, events and, of course, and the all-important beach.
It's a growing travel destination for gays from all over the globe, with sun, sand, shops, restaurants and nightlife. Once known for its summer season, all of the clubs and most of the restaurants and shops are now open year-round. Most of Rehoboth's gay businesses are clustered within two blocks of the boardwalk that fronts the Atlantic Ocean, so you'll rarely need to drive anywhere.