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BEST OF THE GAYBORHOOD AND BEYOND: Bars

U Bar takes our prize for Best Bar.

U Bar takes our prize for Best Bar for its amazingly diverse clientele (and extra-strong drinks.)

BEST BAR: U Bar
A mix of every type of guy, young to old, buff to not-so-buff. A no-’tude vibe. Efficient, friendly bartenders. A horseshoe layout that allows for eye contact everywhere. Is it any surprise this place has become the go-to default on Philly’s gay-bar hit parade? 1220 Locust St., 215-546-6660, ubarphilly.com.

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Late Night Eats: The Tavern Opens In Midtown Village

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It has been a while since chef Mackenzie Hilton has been in town. After winning praise for her time behind the stove at Mercato (and bringing home a win on the Food Network show Chopped), she took off for the Bay Area, where she spent a year and a half hanging out in the farm-to-table Mecca that is San Francisco.

But now, she’s back in her old neighborhood again, running the kitchen at Tavern which, slightly confusingly, lives in a basement space beneath the Tavern on Camac.

This new gig appears to have a very specific focus: serving evening and late-night crowds of music fans, theater-goers and industry personnel. The joint doesn’t even open until 6pm, but then stays open until 3am every night of the week (except Tuesday, when it’s closed).

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Photos: Philly Pride 2012

This year’s Philly Pride not only kicked off with a block party on Friday night, but continued through the weekend with special events, like the Dyke March and William Way’s Homecoming – and culminated in the annual parade and party on Penn’s Landing.

G Philly was honored to be a part of the events. Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth on Penn’s Landing again this year. One of our favorite photographers (and the man who’s always on the scene) HughE Dillon captured some great highlights. Enjoy!

Philly showed off its pride with a parade stretching from the Gayborhood to Penn's Landing (all photos by HughE Dillon)

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