Britney Spears supposedly skipping out on her check. Jocelyne Wildenstein showing off her nip and tuck. They were all part of the mix at Beige, the fashion-y, mostly-but-not-all-gay party held Tuesdays at the B Bar on the Bowery. The festivities always last late into the night, out in the garden during warmer months. But next Tuesday, Beige is coming to an end, at least in its current spot. Conrad blames the new luxury apartment across the street, whose residents have already flooded the local community board with noise complaints.
Beige Never Looked So Bright
Tuesday Parties at Beige Come to an End - The New York Times
Beige is back. For 17 years, this Tuesday night party at the Bowery Bar and Grill was an essential stop on the gay-fashion-downtown night life circuit. But it ended in , as the Bowery was beset by luxury real estate. While some have tried to replicate the Tuesday magic elsewhere, the efforts never took off. But with one big change.
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Meet at the arch at Washington Square Park and cruise through eons of queer history in the nexus of the West Village. Along with an expert queer tour guide, you'll journey through the gay nexus's history back to the s , indulge in a complimentary cone at Big Gay Ice Cream, hit up bars like Marie's Crisis and the Stonewall, and learn about the continued battles that queer activists face in NYC and beyond. Now composer, pianist and performer Lance Horne hosts his own wild night of singing, drinking and dancing, strip-teasing and bad behavior at the East Village nightlife hub Club Cumming. Expect advanced show-tune geekery and appearances by Broadway stars looking to get down by the piano. Plan on sleeping in on Tuesday.
The name is, indeed, derived from the sweet drink. Commemorate the anniversaries of the most significant artifacts of pop divadom at this decadent monthly getdown. One of our favorite parties in NYC continues its total domination of Friday nightlife with a new residency at Drom.