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Easily browse and view listings for the best Harrisburg gay bars and nightclubs, as well as lesbian and other LGBT-friendly bars in Pennsylvania. Harrisburg Gay bars and clubs by distance. The Brownstone 0.
Pennsylvania's capital, Harrisburg, is about more than politics. It's a lively town on the shores of the Susquehanna River. Though it has a population of under 50, Harrisburg is a small town with an urban feel and plenty to offer.
Several years ago, owners Brett Johnson and Russ Harr bought the circa townhouse next door to their original bar, both located across the street from the state Capitol complex. They then began a series of renovations that removed part of the wall that divided the two properties, adding a new kitchen and second-floor bar area. In the beautiful addition, guests can sit comfortably and admire the work of local and national artists along with a colorful collection of Depression-era glass gleaming in the built-in display case.
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The past few weeks have been dedicated to PennLive's Bar Brackets -- the finalists of which have finally been tallied -- and so far I've talked about my own love for bars and the qualities that make a great bartender. In addition to long-time clubs, lounges of yore and the new taphouses that overrun downtown, Harrisburg also has long been known for its gay bars. Some friends of mine asked that I cover the city's gay scene because they felt not enough young gay men were aware of where to go in Harrisburg.
Out magazine has named the Harrisburg bar one of the best gay bars in the world. Out magazine has published a list of the greatest gay bars in the whole wide worldand a Harrisburg spot is on the list. The Brownstone Lounge on Forester Street is the only Harrisburg-area spot and one of the few Pennsylvania places on this list.