They say Posh is a bar for everybody. It’s one of those no-attitude places where everyone feels welcome. The service is excellent, the drinks (and prices) are great, and the nightly entertainment keeps us coming back for more. It’s a neighborhood bar, where “everyone knows your name,” as much as it is one of New York’s top gay hot spots.
It feels like family at Posh, in a comforting way. (Not that we like to think about our families the way we think about the hot boys who frequent Posh. Just saying.) It is the original Hell’s Kitchen bar, the local haunt that has been around since before Hell’s Kitchen became New York’s latest gayborhood. Celebrating its 11th year in business this year, it doesn’t just have the first-comer advantage; it is the cornerstone of Hell’s Kitchen’s gay community. It has also been one of the biggest supporters of gay nightlife across the city over the past decade, and surely will continue to be in the years to come.
The lounge at Posh carefully balances trendy touches, swanky modern lighting, black leather couches and pulsating music with laid-back and friendly bartenders.
At Posh, the men are boys and the boys are men, and you’ll have to find out for yourself who is who. Just off Times Square, Posh features live shows, drag queens, drink specials and DJs spinning all the hits. It’s always a party at Posh Bar. Open 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. every night, guaranteed.