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Just a week after opening in September , Splash, a gay bar located in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, had already established itself as the place to go. I got in the first one, and I said to the driver, 'What are all these cabs doing on the street? This is the hottest place in town. Now, 22 years later, Splash will close its doors on Aug. Since opening, Splash has become much more than just another gay bar.
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Last week, Splash, a sprawling two-floor gay club on West 17th Street in Chelsea, announced that it was closing on Aug. But its contribution to gay culture was more democratic. Opened in , just as gay men were colonizing Chelsea, Splash pioneered a new kind of gay bar: it was big, sleek and shiny. Among its innovations were translucent shower stalls where muscular, nearly naked men would dance hence its name.
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In the spirit of gay rights , I bravely squeezed into my tightest pants, chapsticked my lips, and dragged my whiskey sour-drinking ass to as many self-identifying queer bars as one lightweight gay boy can. I wanted to make going out easier for you, dear queer, by ruling out the spots with watery well drinks, exorbitant cover charges, and predatory creeps. Also impressive? The Rosemont Williamsburg Late-night dancing on a quiet Brooklyn street In a neighborhood once dominated by Metropolitan , The Rosemont sprouted as a trendier alternative for Brooklynites to get their freak on.