HOT RABBIT AT NOWHERE BAR 322 EAST 14TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY HOSTED HOT RABBIT FROM 2012-2014 (NOWHERE BAR, PICTURED) “This long-running girlcentric party goes down every Friday night at Boots and Saddle. DJs from NYC and beyond ensure that you'll never encounter the same scene twice, but you can rely on a cute mixed crowd and sexy go-go dancers to help you get in touch with your inner bunny.” (Time Out New York, 2016)     “A friendly, spacious bar with an intimacy-heightening low ceiling, Nowhere attracts attitude-free crowds—and the place is filled with everyone from dykes to bears, thanks to a fun lineup of theme nights. There's no official dance floor, but don't be surprised to find yourself moving to disco, rock, new wave and whatever else the DJ feels like spinning.” (Time Out New York, 2010) “Another casual pool table-boasting gay bar, this East Village spot welcomes all those residing on the LGBT spectrum, drawing folks in with their beers, jukebox and perfectly divey ambiance. They're known for throwing a whole bunch of fetish and themed parties (Fire in the Hole is for those who lust after redheads) and the crowd is typically diverse when it comes to gender, sexuality and ethnicity.” (Rebecca Fishbein, The Gothamist, 2015)  

HOT RABBIT AT NOWHERE BAR 322 EAST 14TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY HOSTED HOT RABBIT FROM 2012-2014 (NOWHERE BAR, PICTURED) “This long-running girlcentric party goes down every Friday night at Boots and Saddle. DJs from NYC and beyond ensure that you'll never encounter the same scene twice, but you can rely on a cute mixed crowd and sexy go-go dancers to help you get in touch with your inner bunny.” (Time Out New York, 2016)     “A friendly, spacious bar with an intimacy-heightening low ceiling, Nowhere attracts attitude-free crowds—and the place is filled with everyone from dykes to bears, thanks to a fun lineup of theme nights. There's no official dance floor, but don't be surprised to find yourself moving to disco, rock, new wave and whatever else the DJ feels like spinning.” (Time Out New York, 2010) “Another casual pool table-boasting gay bar, this East Village spot welcomes all those residing on the LGBT spectrum, drawing folks in with their beers, jukebox and perfectly divey ambiance. They're known for throwing a whole bunch of fetish and themed parties (Fire in the Hole is for those who lust after redheads) and the crowd is typically diverse when it comes to gender, sexuality and ethnicity.” (Rebecca Fishbein, The Gothamist, 2015)