Stonewall Inn

Gay Bar, Karaoke, Nightclub
$ $
53 Christopher St (at 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 463-0950
Monday
2:00pm - 4:00am
Tuesday
2:00pm - 4:00am
Wednesday
2:00pm - 4:00am
Thursday
2:00pm - 4:00am
Friday
2:00pm - 4:00am
Saturday
2:00pm - 4:00am
Sunday
2:00pm - 4:00am

Menu

Tips

  • The gay rights movement began here during a riot on June 28, 1969. Today, Gay Pride events are held annually throughout the world toward the end of June to mark the Stonewall riots.
  • The most famous gay bar in history. You've gotta stop in for at least one drink to say you've been. When marriage equality passed in NYC, this is where everyone came to celebrate.
  • Stop by and pay homage to the birth place of the gay rights movement the best way you know how, whit cheap shots. -Zac Young, Top Chef Just Desserts
  • I feel so gay.
  • Love. Life. Live. The birthplace of the gay rights movement?! How can you not?
  • Celebrating the Prop 8 victory tonight! Find other local events at http://bit.ly/zq6nUS
  • Historic birth place of the gay rights movement and a great place for a 2-4-1 Happy Hour special, a diverse crowd, friendly bartenders and dancing upstairs.
  • PHOTO: The Stonewall Riots began here in 1969, with crowds attempting to impede a police raid on the Stonewall Inn. Click "More Info" to see this historic pic!
  • The site of the 1969 Stonewall riots, this Greenwich Village bar became the birthplace of the modern Gay Rights Movement and is a National Historic Landmark.
  • Come see the awesome shows upstairs!
  • Where it all started... Oh and bingo nights are fun.
  • Gay sightseeing, took pics in front of the sign and discussed gay rights over Amstel and Madonna videos. Weird mixed crowd.
  • Opened 3/18/67. Bldg is 2 renovated stables erected 1843-46. On 6/28/69 during police raid a riot ensued. Next day protests were celebrated each year after via Gay Pride March. Full history via<LINK>
  • I just walked in on someone shitting. No...really.
  • This is also a literary stop. In fact, it's very name comes from a book, and was a clue that this was a safe haven LGBT patrons.
  • This is where it all started in the 60's with the Stonewall Riots. Such a great place & a must see if in NY!
  • The stretch of Christopher St in front of Stonewall is the go-to gathering spot for NYers anytime something gay/political happens. So much history here.
  • Three cheers for marriage equality!
  • Gaying it up tonight apparently
  • Excellent gay bar.

Nearby places

8 Christopher St (btwn Gay St & Greenwich Ave)
61 Christopher St (at 7th Ave)
80 Grove St (btwn Waverly Pl & W 4th St)