Gay dating in phialdelphia

(Also, for margarita lovers: hit , just around the corner from the Independent Hotel.

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If true love starts with a compatible match, you're in the right place! It’s no wonder that people from all over the world are relocating to the city.

Also, for lesbians especially: the As the city’s epicenter, there’s no better place to stay than in the Gayborhood—first, because it’s the Gayborhood, and, second, because it offers easy access to all other destinations within the city.

And Philly, inclement weather aside, because of its size, is a walkable city.

The hotel includes a complimentary light breakfast with your stay, so you can enjoy a croissant and coffee in the morning before venturing out into the city for the day.

Incredibly unique to Philly—and a #Deep Lez dream—is the fact that a number of the city’s best eateries are owned and operated by lesbian couple Chef Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran. For example, Jamonera is their Spanish tapas bar; Barbuzzo features Turney’s interpretation of Mediterranean fare; and Lolita offers modern Mexican food with tremendous margaritas.

The crunchy crust (to note: on the thicker side) has a hint of coriander to it and the meat is miraculously super sweet and juicy inside.

The biscuits are about two-inches thick with a similar composition of crisp crust on the outside and flaky buttery goodness inside.

, a towering art deco building on the west side of the city.

From 30th Street Station you can head west to explore UPenn’s college campus or hang out with the crusty queers, granola hippies, and hipster lesbians in their collective-living-style row houses in in Philly—yes, UBER, which I wouldn’t recommend in cities like New York but highly recommend for getting around Philly, especially in the winter.

Eat it all—the great thing about staying at the Independent Hotel is that you have free access to the 12th Street Gym, so you can literally roll out of Bud & Marilyn’s straight into the gym and onto the treadmill.

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