On Sunday, the historic establishment hosted its final night of revelry. Sam Young, the owner of the sometimes controversial bar Kozy Kar only a few blocks away, will take over the space at Larkin St. Gangway owner Jung Lee at the time was selling the bar after a wage-related lawsuit and the death of one of his longtime managers. That deal never came to fruition. The address has been home to a drinking establishment of some kind since , 51 years before the Gangway began publicly identifying as a gay bar.
Save to Wishlist. With one of the best annual Pride parades in the world and home to a number of gay rights movements, San Francisco has long been a hotspot for LGBTQ nightlife. For a little bit of everything and a whole lot of dancing , head to Toad Hall in the heart of the Castro. More Info. Open In Google Maps.
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