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Most Honolulu gay nightlife is located in and around Waikiki.
You’ll encounter all types of people, from US service members to European tourists to visitors from other Pacific islands and Japan.

Bacchus Waikiki (408 Lewers Street, 2nd floor), bar, lounge with a friendly staff, delicious drinks and great prices. Popular with locals and visitors. Weekend DJs and special parties. No cover.

Chiko’s Tavern (930 McCully Street), unpretentious neighborhood lounge with bar bites, pool table, dart board and diverse karaoke selections.

Hula's Bar & Lei Stand (134 Kapahulu Avenue, 2nd floor), bar, lounge and nightclub. Dance club, DJs/VJs, billiards, dancers and food served. Cover charge after 9pm on Thurs, Fri, Sat.

In Between (2155 Lauula Street), tiny karaoke bar, mixed crowd, casual atmosphere; located below Honolulu’s only gay sex shop.

Scarlet (80 S. Pauahi Street), dance club and tiki bar located in Chinatown. Honolulu's newest club has great drag shows with big name performers.

Wang Chung's (2424 Koa Avenue), friendly, fresh and exotic karaoke neighborhood bar with great drinks and tasty Asian/Latin fusion food; located within the Stay Hotel.