On Sundays and Thursdays for some reason, you can count on seeing long tables filled with gay girls wearing sports paraphernalia, slamming down Miller Lite and sharing baskets of hot wings.
There’s weekly live entertainment as well from local musicians, as well as dance nights and DJ sets featuring electronic, dance and house music. A remodel (which coincided with the opening of several classier establishments on the block) has left the low-key vibe in tact while welcoming a larger segment of the queer population.
During the summer, they open up the massive front windows and it turns into a lovely patio. Walking into a sea of cowboy hats and country ballads at 10pm, it would be easy to mistake the place for a karaoke version of a lower Broadway honky tonk.
It’s the only lesbian bar for hundreds of surrounding miles.
This fact, combined with Nashville’s unique status as Music City, makes for some pretty entertaining karaoke, which Lipstick offers 5 nights a week.
As the night wears on, however, and the cowboys start kissing each other while one elderly transgender woman sings a love song to another elderly transgender woman (her partner), a warm fuzzy feeling prevails.
Blue Gene’s also, for the record, has the most queer-friendly karaoke book and best karaoke sound system in all of Nashville.
Nightly events like Playmates & Dancing, Ladies Night, Amateur Drag King Night, College Night and SINdustry Night, ensure that fun can usually be had by your average queer.
If you’re looking to get frisky with someone, you can probably find that in the men’s restroom, but if you actually need to just use the restroom, go wait in the ladies’ line.
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