Edmonton gay bars and Edmonton lesbian bars are varied and interesting; surprisingly there is an Edmonton gay bathhouse. Edmonton gay and lesbian clientele have a choice of restaurants, coffee bars, accommodations and Edmonton gay resource centers and associations are available to inform and help people with their varied lifestyles. Here I will be giving a short description and a personal review, please contact me at email@example.com if I need to update my information about gay Edmonton. Maps of Edmonton gay district with the gay bars, clubs, lesbian bar and Edmonton gay bathhouses are found in Gay Calgary and Edmonton.com magazine and online at www.gaycalgary.com and www.gayedmonton.com
Entrance to Buddies Night Club is off Jasper Avenue and is easy to find because of its bright rainbow flag above the door; parking is on the street and metered. The club is open 7days a week and from to serves and has draught beer. The layout of the club is centred around the main bar with another small bar at the back. There are three pool tables, a small stage that is also a dance floor, a variety of Video games, TV monitors and an ATM if you run out of cash. There are plenty of seating throughout and reasonable amount of barstools, washrooms are clean and more that two. Entertainment is varied with plenty of fun promotions including male strippers and the bar staff are friendly and informative. The friendly clientele is mostly men with a young following and on the weekends quite a few straight women.
11723 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton. Ph  488-6557
Located above Buddys right on Jasper Avenue, Woodys Pub is a great spot to relax after work for a few drinks while watching the world rush by on the street below. Sometimes the atmosphere is quite smoky and this can be annoying. Woodys has a long run of happy hour prices before merging with Karaoke Sunday – Wednesday. Open 7 days/week at
10018 - 105 Street, Edmonton. Ph  938-2941
Edmonton Gay Cruising Area and Edmonton Gay Stroll
Like many other cities the gay cruising areas in Edmonton are washrooms in department stores or malls, parks and cheap movie theatres. Again I recommend you access this site for more information. www.squirt.org
9702 - 111 Avenue,. Edmonton. Ph.  488-5742 HIV Edmonton is a great resource base for either printed material or for person-to-person counseling or information. In the same building is Living Positive, which provides peer social support for persons with HIV infection.
P.O. Box 515, Edmonton, Ab. T5J 2K1Ph.  483-1572
Northern Lights B&B has been operating for several years and I have stayed many times and found the hosts friendly, informative and helpful. The house which is a single story is around 30 years old and is located not far from West Edmonton Mall. In the summer the outdoor swimming pool is available and is quite private and guests are welcome to be themselves. The guest rooms are comfortable though not large and either have ensuite bathroom or private bathroom, all rooms come with TV/VCR. Breakfasts are great and well presented.
I have no hesitation in recommending the Northern Lights B&B for your gay and lesbian accommodation while visiting Edmonton