Not sure how helpful that is, but it is a start I suppose. I would say Mass Ave has transformed from a gayborhood to more of a rich hipsterhood but that's just my observation. You would probably enjoy the area around Mass Ave. They had a good BLT. It makes it pretty cool, because after drinking hours, you don't even have to go somewhere else for the eats. The Village is a great and surprisingly quiet neighborhood. OP has his choice of rich gayborhood or middle-income gayborhood.
Ok, so, pretty much every establishment on Mass Ave.
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There's a reason it's begun developing a reputation as one of America's most underrated destinations for gay and lesbian travelers. Fall Creek borders the norther and Mass Ave cultural district along the south. Matt go that pretty well. A decent place in those sort of neighborhoods here are a bit pricey. Last edited by ariesjow; at
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