When we first heard that a new gay bar was opening in Harford County, we were all excited, especially as it was the first one we’d heard of.
The Harford Fireblog’s Sam Zavala shared some of the plans he and the owner of the new B2 W, Scott Taylor, had for the new space, and it’s a great place to hang out with your buds.
B2 is a small gay bar that’s open every day of the week, but it also hosts monthly gay nights.
It’s the sort of place where you can hang out and hang out for the night and meet up after the night.
We found a small table and a table of about four people, and while we waited for a couple to arrive, I started asking questions like, “What do they do?” and “Do they serve alcohol?”
They told me that they don’t, that they’re open only to people who are gay, and that they serve a lot of craft beer and other craft drinks.
I asked if there was anything special about the place.
They said that there’s a small patio that overlooks the bar, but that they also offer a few events, like “Gatherings of Friends,” “Gay Days,” and “Weekly Bar Nights.”
“They’re very much an alternative to the typical gay bar, in that they have a very welcoming atmosphere, and they have great food and drink,” said Sam.
“They don’t have a lot to offer people outside of the gay scene.
It doesn’t have that kind of vibe, so it’s very welcoming and welcoming to gay men, too.”
As we waited in line for our table, I asked what we could expect.
Scott said, “You can expect a small menu with some local beer, wine, and cocktails, but nothing overly special.”
It sounded to me like a perfect place for people who aren’t into the typical “gay bar” vibe, and for a group of gay men who like to hang around and socialize.
The wait was very long, but we were able to get our drinks and get seated within an hour.
We started talking about the bar and the events it has planned for the coming year, and Scott said that they plan to have monthly bar nights on the weekends.
The bar is located at 1716 S. Broad St., and the building was purchased from the Harford Recreation Center, which had a building and parking lot that had been used by the Fire Department for a fire in the past.
B 2 W is the first gay bar in Harfield County to open, but there are plenty of other bars in the area that offer similar experiences.
For those who are looking for a fun place to get together with your friends and enjoy a few beers, we highly recommend visiting the B2 Lounge at the Harfford Community Center.
B 1 is a gay bar located at 615 S. Main St. in Harlford, Maryland.
B1 has a similar concept to B2, but is open every night of the month.
They have a wide selection of craft beers and a bar that has a good selection of drinks, as well as a small outdoor patio.
B3 is a bar in Westover, Maryland, which is located just a short drive from Harford.
We went to B3 on Friday to meet up with friends for a drink and to talk about some of their events.
The venue is about three blocks from the Westover Recreation Center.
The B3’s name is a reference to the first B2 bar, which was in Westmoreland County.
When we walked in, we saw the bar was mostly empty.
Sam said that it’s “probably going to be one of the best bars in Westmorland County.”
The only thing that was missing were the tables.
But we sat down and enjoyed our drinks as the night progressed.
We shared a few stories about our lives and our loves, and Sam and I talked about some things that we’ve had in our lives that we’d like to share with other gay men and women.
Sam and the owners of B2w and B1 were happy to let us know that they were open to meeting new people and welcoming gay men to the space.
We also spoke to some people who live nearby, and we were told that they had similar experiences at B2.
The owners told us that they are very open and welcoming and are excited to be able to offer this service to their community.
The people at B3 were very open about what kind of events they are doing, and what kind to expect from their event.
While the events at B1 and B3 are open to everyone, B2 and B2 are not.
“The events are not for everybody,” said Scott.
“We’re not trying to be the gay bar of Harford.”
B2 or B3 might not be for everyone, but they’re definitely for us. We’re