The gay bars in Sacramento are pretty much all clustered at the corner of 20th and K Streets in what’s called Lavender Heights – ok, it’s flat, but just go with it.
Here’s a run-down of the gay bars down in midtown Sacramento.
Faces Gay Bar, Sacramento
2000 K Street
Here you’ll find Faces, the oldest gay bar in the city with three dance floors, on the southeastern corner.
Faces has been around for years and years, and, according to the folks on Yelp, there’s a very mixed crowd here, a cover of $10-20 depending on the time, and lots of straight bachelorette parties.
There’s even a pool here, though we’re not sure who’d wanna use a pool at a gay bar. Faces has three dance floors.
By Scott & Mark – Full Story at Purple Roofs | Sacramento Gay Travel Resources
This post originally appeared on the Purple Roofs Gay Travel Blog.
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