LA Gay & Lesbian Guide

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Los Angeles is a daunting place to navigate even for seasoned Angelenos, so a guide to all the region has to offer is a must for any LGBT visitor. We’ve boiled down the city’s many gay and lesbian must-see attractions into more than 80 top sights and hidden gems in a visually rich iPhone app. Download today to get a real sense of what LGBT life in L.A. is all about.


+ Over 500 pictures – see slideshows of entries to know what awaits before you go
+ Read concise all-original text descriptions written by an award winning gay journalist who has called L.A. home for more than a decade
+ Filter listings to specifically look for coffee shops, restaurants, bars and dance clubs, plus break attractions down by special categories, including “Lesbian Focused” and “Only in L.A.”
+ Sort contents by name, distance from you and estimated price
+ Get tickets, see websites, check out the latest menu or drink special and call for info – all within the app
+ Get there with maps and directions (walking and driving) with each entry
+ Worried about parking? Each listing has detailed information on where to ditch your wheels, a major navigational plus for pretty much all of L.A.

As our premiere version of the LGBT L.A. guide, these listings are a starting point as we rapidly build out the content to include even more destinations, venues and surprises. We’re adding content all the time and we’d love to hear what listings you’d like to see as part of the guide.

••• About the Author •••

Christopher Lisotta first moved to the Los Angeles area in 1996 when he shared half of a historic Craftsman home in Santa Monica. He spent three years living in West Hollywood before moving a few blocks into the City of L.A. He is a regular contributor to The Advocate, Out, Frontiers in LA and Instinct Magazines. He also writes for the gay-themed web site Modern Tonic. In 2005 he won a GLAAD Media Award for an article he wrote in The Nation on tensions between the African American and LGBT communities.

••• About Sutro Media •••

This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!