Everyday of the week you should be living your best life. Including Sunday.
Traditionally, Sundays are days of rest and relaxation. It’s the first day of the week where people usually spend their time at church, do chores, gather with loved ones, or rest at home.
Times have changed. Back then if you said you was going out on a Sunday people would give you the side eye.
In these changing times more people are doing all sorts of social activities on Sundays. Here in New York City people enjoy partying and won’t mind going out on a Sunday evening for cocktails. Across different communities persons with 9-5 jobs opt not to stay at home on Sundays. In the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transexual (LGBT) community we especially enjoy going out to social functions and events. And so as time more bars, lounges, and even nightclubs are open on Sundays. Some of these spaces even bring in a bigger clientele than on Saturdays.
As Lil Duval said, “Live your best life”. And so you should be enjoying yourself not only on Fridays and Saturdays but Sundays as well. In the LGBT community we know how to
Here is a list of LGBT parties and events you should to go on Sundays:
Brunch/Day Party at Angel of Harlem
This definitely is a enjoyable spot to go on Sundays. Just about every Sunday this place gets jam packed. DJ Max spins all the great tunes ranging from various music genres including hip hop, reggae, pop, salsa, and afrobeats. The crowd is mixed and atmosphere is fun and pleasing. And oh, there are plenty of cuties that you find at Angel’s of Harlem.
Thank God It’s Sunday Party
TGIS is a weekly party held on Sundays at Boxers. If you’ve been to Boxers you know what Event producer duo Sean & John produce TGIS and sometimes have different hosts for the event.
Sunday Brunch at Cecil
Event producer Joe Morris recently started his monthly brunch/day parties at Cecil. He’s thrown a bunch of successful events and is one of the biggest influencers in the LGBT community. If you been to his events and parties you know that he definitely brings the crowd out. If you’re in the Harlem area on a Sunday you definitely need to go to his brunch/day party.
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‼️TOMORROW ‼️ Joe Morris Events Presents… F.U.B.U. – Brunch Party/Pop Up A Celebration of the Black Woman👸🏽 Sunday, March 24th @1pm @The Cecil 210 W118th NY, NY 🗣NO COVER CHARGE, JUST BLACK LOVE! F.U.B.U (FOR US BY US)- is a thoughtfully curated experience for those of you who love your Blackness and the community that is us. This event is made to celebrate your Blackness in a space created by Black folk, for Black folk. This month, the aim is to celebrate our beautiful, bold, brilliant Black women for Women’s History Month. So, bring out that homegirl you wanna show some love to! We will also be featuring some Black businesses at the pop up, in order to reinforce the importance of Black buying power. Let’s spring forward unapologetically black over some good ole soul food, BOTTOMLESS drinks, conversation, dancing, fashions, good vibes, and music by the queen of NYC @djpoisonivy . #womenshistorymonth ✊🏾#blackexcellence #soulfood @thececilharlem ✊🏾❤️
Lips hosts one of the best drag brunches in New York City. There are other locations in Chicago, Atlanta, Ft. Lauderdale, and San Diego. If you never been to a drag show you definitely should come to this venue. At the brunch you would watch entertaining theatrical performances by different drag performers. You will get a laugh even at menus which include food selections like Legally Blonde an Ru Paul. Homosexual or straight you would enjoy the experience.
If you’re into the leather fetish you can live your fantasies at the Eagle. On Sundays Eagle has the “Sunday Beer Blast” which is from 5pm-12am. There is no cover and the beer specials are as low as $3!!
La Pulperia also has a great drag brunch. This Latin based restaurant offers a wide selection of food and drinks for brunch. For $30 you get unlimited cocktails and be entertained by some truly talented drag performers.