Join us for a Friday night of drinks and a celebration of our LGBT community at Stonewall Bar in Orlando.
Join us at The Mall at Millenia on Friday, October 20th for an evening of live music by The Frequency Band, free and open to the public. With a donation of $20, sample food and signature drinks from your favorite Mall at Millenia restaurants. Pink Out and bring your friends and family!
Participating restaurants include:
- Brio Tuscan Grille
- The Capital Grille
- The Cheesecake Factory
- Earls Kitchen + Bar
- P.F. Chang’s
Pink Out. Dine Out. Rock Out. will take place at The Mall Main Entrance. All proceeds from lanyard donations will benefit the Florida Hospital Breast Cancer Care Fund. Lanyards are available for donation via Eventbrite.com and on the day of the event at the Florida Hospital tent, starting at 6:30PM.
The Florida Hospital Breast Cancer Care Fund provides screening mammograms, diagnostic testing and treatment of breast cancer to under-served women in Central Florida.
Unwind with interesting shisha flavors thoughtfully paired with specialty drinks and spreads of cheese, fruit, and nuts at Sawgrass Tiki Bar & Teahouse.
The hookah pairing is $25 and includes 2 drinks, hookah, and a small plate of cheese, fruit, and nuts.
**$5 from each pairing sold will go to METRO’s ongoing capital campaign. To learn more: http://www.metrotampabay.org/product/capital-campaign
Drink: Ruby in the Rough (port wine, habanero, lime juice and green olives)
Hookah flavors: Guava, Chocolate, Cinnamon
Drink: Lady Lychee (Nigori Sake with Lychee Sake)
Hookah flavors: Sex Panther – Peach, Watermelon, Orange
Drink: Kratom Tea
Hookah flavors: Watermelon, Guava, Mint
Hookah flavors: Blueberry, Mint, Watermelon
Reservations are highly suggested. Call 727-945-2907 to make yours.
A 15% gratuity will be automatically added.
This event is a part of our month-long community awareness campaign to help us raise capital for our renovations.
With the recent purchase of the St. Petersburg location building, METRO now needs the community’s support in raising the funds to complete required renovations to update the building and expand their essential services.
Read more about METRO’s expansion in Creative Loafing: http://www.cltampa.com/news-views/article/20764878/a-little-help-as-hiv-cases-rise-a-local-lgbt-nonprofit-fights-to-meet-demands
Packed dance floor, jungle girls, DJs and drinks, Girls in Wonderland brings it to House of Blues for their annual Saturday night party, KRAZE.
A couple thousand women packed the club June 4 to take over the dance floor and party into the night for GIW’s signature event.
Southern Nights TAMPA & DFREY Entertainment present
Eclipse Thursdays – ALL NEW EDM NIGHT EVERY Thursday Starting May 26, 2016!
Pierre von Zeus
Hosted by: MC SmitSanity
Doors Open @ 9:30PM
Free Guest List til 11PM
** POST NAMES ON EVENT PAGE **
$1 drinks until 11PM
ALL YOU CAN DRINK 11PM – 1AM
– $10 Wells
– $15 Calls
$3 Fireball Shots ALL NIGHT
18+ to Party // 21+ to Drink
LIMITED VIP SPECIAL – $99 BOTTLE of 3 OLIVES
VIP Contact: 407-399-2341
Doors: 9:30PM – 3AM
Free Guest List 9:30P – 11P
11P – 3A / $5 for 21+ / $8 for Under 21
Southern Nights Tampa
1401 E 7th Ave
Tampa, FL 33605
Watermark launches our 2015 Fall Arts Guide in style with a premiere party at Shakespeare Theatre Aug. 20.
Carla Delvillaggio performed as The Incomparable Barbra Streisand as guests enjoyed food, drinks and fun.
Zebra Coalition hosts Fall Fashion. Give Back. runway show and fundraiser at Neiman Marcus Orlando Aug. 20.
The event, which included a runway show, food, drinks and a silent auction, raised funds for Zebra Coalition.
Now that it has become apparent that the Republican presidential field of dreams is about the size of public school’s third grade homeroom class, and the intelligence – minus the public schooling part! – decisions had to be made by the brass at Fox News as to how to cover it. Somebody in an ugly suit sitting at a mahogany table grumbled, “Let’s just pick ten of ‘em.” And so it shall be.
Tonight, we will pop the red popcorn and drink the red drinks as we liveblog the political free-for all that will likely stutter and huff and puff around issues like marriage equality, Obamacare and immigration. We’ll also be sure to notice the nuanced gaffes that make this pageant so amusing and amazing.
And away we go:
Orlando – With Parliament House Orlando’s 40th Anniversary Week drawing to a close, Parliament House shared a video created by one of their loyal patrons, David Bains, commemorating the last four decades of fun, memories, laughter, and drinks.
The documentary goes through the history of Parliament House and the Central Florida area starting with its beginning in 1962 as the Parliament House Motor Inn. It wasn’t until 1975 that Parliament House became the hotel, nightclub and restaurant that we all know and love today.
Do you believe in love at first sight? Missy and Rae do, and if you spend any time with them together they have an energy that can make the coldest heart feel the same way.
“I know some people don’t believe in love at first sight, but ever since I first met her I knew I needed her in my life. I crave her,” Rae said. “I don’t know what it was and then as I got to know her I was like we can be best friends, a.k.a. lovers.”
Downtown Orlando got into the Gay Days fun at Venue 578 (formerly Firestone Live) when the Brett Henrichsen’s global party series, WE Party Frat House, came to town June 6.
The fraternity-themed bash had hot bodies and cold drinks everywhere as they danced to musicality of DJ Danny Verde.
You know that married couple that has been with each other so long they finish each other’s… sentences? Well, that is exactly what Mike Hollis and David Lee will be after their wedding this month. The St. Petersburg couple has been together for seven and half years. They feel like they’re already united as one even before they say “I do”.
“We don’t yell at each other, we don’t call each other names,” Hollis says. “We agreed not to do that when we met.”