There are so few places where we as gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgenders can meet each other in person outside of bars. We've found that it's much easier to meet friends and partners in an environment that is fun doing an activity that isn't focused on meeting new people. You can just sit down with us and play an old favorite game or learn a new one. We tend toward strategy games, but word games and party games are welcome.
Come join the fun this Memorial holiday for another colorful afternoon of spirited gaming!
Every Sat. game day is a welcome smorgasbord; depending on what people bring, you could find yourself involved in strategy games, worker placement, abstract, word, dice, area control, deduction, cards, deck building, party games, etc....
*Please feel free to bring a game you love to play, get others involved, and maybe even teach.
***Always remember to check this site and your messages on the day of event for any last minute changes, and have notifications turned on.
***IMPORTANT: As Boston Market is very gracious allowing us to occupy space free of charge, Please PURCHASE something to eat or drink. And if you're really not hungry, it's nice to grab something, and share it with someone who is, maybe you'll make a new best friend!
***Don't forgot to RSVP :) See you all soon!
We are joining the NYC Cribbage Meetup Group again for a fun evening of cribbage.
Whether or not you already know how to play cribbage, come join us for a fun evening (If you do not know how to play, we shall teach you)!
According to the written rules, cribbage is a two- three- or four-handed game, but can also be played as a six- eight- or nine-handed game.
Come, and let us have a lot of fun together!
Claude aka cloudy dawn
Stiff Competition in Manhattan, at Bread and Butter. Located at 303 5th Avenue on 31 Street in midtown Manhattan. We'll be in the back section on the main level. Please make a purchase of some kind. They have every food and drink imaginable. Sorry, I cannot find an online menu.
The 34 Street stop on the B, D, F, M, N, Q, R and W lines is the closest train station. Walk one block EAST to 5th Avenue.
This place is handicap accessible. I will announce the games later. So RSVP and join us. We'll be glad to see you.
Wow - another game night outside of Manhattan. The Brooklyn Pride Center is at 1360 Fulton Street. Nearest train station is Nostrand Avenue on the A and C lines. The Center is a short walk away. It's by an Applebees restaurant. Goes from 7 to 10 pm. This is a monthly game event at this location that will take place on the last Friday of each month.
They have a selection of games and you can feel free to bring your own. For more info, the Website is http://lgbtbrooklyn.org/portfolio or call[masked]. I plan on checking this out. Let's have a fantastic turnout for this, like last month when we had five tables of games going on.