The ManAboutWorld founder Ed Salvato on gay New York – cruising at the Christopher Street Pier and shopping at Barneys with his boyfriend.
I’ve lived here since January 1, 2003. I moved from LA for a job and with my man. Ive since switched both but Ive had a fantastic life in NYC.
I’ve stayed because I love this city and its energy matches mine! Besides LA, I’ve also lived in Paris and Boston and, while I love every place Ive lived, this is the right city for me.
My favorite queer bar has to be? I dont drink very much but when our readers asks about a welcoming, fun gay spot I sometimes send them to the leather bar, Eagle. Its super friendly and youll find people of all ages, but especially guys 40 and above.
By Jamie Tabberer – Full Story at Gay Star News | New York City Gay Travel Resources
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