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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Wednesday, August 20

Happy Hour

Townhouse of New York, 236 E 85th St (btwn Second/Third Aves), This luxury gay bar offers a fantastic happy hour deal, with half price well drinks and domestic beers until 8pm. The gentlemen here are friendly and fun, so come unwind on humpday and make some new friends! 4pm–8pm; free 

The House of Dandrige Presents

The Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher St (btwn Seventh Ave/Waverly Pl), The House of Dandrige’s concert series has a new  installment, featuring Coby Koehl and his fantastic band. Koehl’s voice is truly something you need to hear to believe. 8pm; $10.


R Bar, 218 Bowery (btwn Prince/Spring Sts), Honey LaBronx and Miz Cracker are busting out like a pair of double Ds at their well-endowed new show. 9pm; free.


Bizarre, 12 Jefferson St (btwn Myrtle/Bushwick Aves), Bushwick, 347-915-2717.  This gender-bending party features drag and burlesque performers Jay ZeeBich, Goldie Peacock, Foxie Squire, and hostess Crimson Kitty. 10pm; free.
Wednesday Night Karaoke The Tool Box, 1742 Second Ave (btwn 90th/91st Sts), It’s free to sing at this karaoke night, and you’ll get a free shot when you perform your first song, so there’s nothing stopping you from belting it out! 10pm; free.

Burner and Brooks

Barracuda, 275 W 22nd St (btwn Seventh/Eighth Aves), 212-645-8613. At midnight, Tina Burner and Roxy Brooks take the stage, and they will have you absolutely gagging over their insane antics. DJ Calvin spins before and after this show. Midnight; free.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014