Drink and dance in the front room, or head to the back for comedy, queer history nights, open mics, benefit parties and more. Craig eventually became the sole owner, expanding the publication from a page tabloid to a page magazine that now has a circulation of more than 86, in Southern California, San Francisco and Las Vegas. If not, steer clear because this is not a place for lookey-loos… that is, of course, unless you enjoy playing with the bears from time to time. I've recommended for years on this Forum that visitors explore the Abbey good food, stiff drinks at a fair price and no 'cover charge' as well as dance clubs like Rage right around the corner from the Abbey. Like what you see?
Felix is as close to a neighborhood bar as it gets in West Hollywood.
In he was elected chairman of the West Hollywood Incorporation Committee and coined a term that gave the cityhood movement a huge boost. The bartenders and patrons at the Boulevard are friendly and down to earth, and are unafraid to belt it out at karaoke. A few years ago it literally burned down, but it came back bigger, better and gayer than ever, as if it had never missed a beat.