I am not sure why the management allows for people to go in with a While Splash is still drawing crowds, Landeche, 56, felt that the time was right to move on. Maybe gay men are no longer fringe, or maybe the fringe is simply not able to afford Manhattan. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. It advertised the most, so that's where all the tourists went," writer and actor Jesse Archer said. The rents for residential and commercial real estate have skyrocketed, the growing population has pushed clubs out of neighborhoods in favor of condos, and nightlife has become far more regulated.
And a big dance floor, so you don't have to make shapes where you're standing like other places I'd been to.
Last Dance: Memories of Splash Bar in NYC
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My friend's wallet was stollen out of his pocket in the club. Nearby Restaurants See all 16, nearby restaurants. TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. When gay bars are a destination as much for heterosexual bachelorette parties as for gay men looking to stand and cruise, and when gay men can find their friends online as easily as they can at the coffee shop obviously a Starbucks on the corner, do we need a gay ghetto? I wasn't sad that Chelsea was declared as "no longer gay" trust me: