Drop-In hours may vary during the week but are always posted on the Community Calendar that is on the website. Getting around Waking is a great way to see Des Moines. One Iowa Action Nonprofit Organization. Drake Diner 25th Ststudent favorite, good diner fare, all-day breakfast, lunch, dinner; burgers, homemade meatloaf, vegetarian options, made-from-scratch pies and cakes, shakes and malts. Please enter a search criteria! Shopping Raygun E Grand Ave, East Villagemen's, women's and kid's tees, tanks, sweats and hoodies, socks, headwear, sunglasses, mugs and glasses, bags, posters, notebooks, stickers, magnets and more.
Accesslineformerly a gay newspaper, is now a facebook forum for the LGBT community and supporters.
Live weekend entertainment, coffee and sandwiches. A chance to enjoy a potluck dinner, play games, meet new people and hear some amazing guest speakers. Beggar's Night Community Party! Tacopocalypse E 5th StAsian-inspired tacos, burritos, sandwiches, soups, chips and dips, sides and sweets; vegan options, Sunday brunch. Buddy's Corral East 5th St mixed, relaxed neighborhood bar with jukebox, karaoke, next to Blazing Saddle. Interfaith Alliance of Iowa Community Organization. From here, through Sherman Hill to Drake University there are gay-friendly neighborhoods.
The First Thursday Social is a monthly gathering. Pages Liked by This Page. Des Moines Pride Center added an event. Downtown has a unique Skywalk system connecting you to a variety of shops and restaurants. In quiet downtown streets "scooping the loop" has long been a favorite late evening pastime and popular hangout for those under 21, and after-the-bars crowd - both gay and straight - who drive around downtown reving engines, blasting stereos, and hooking up. From here, through Sherman Hill to Drake University there are gay-friendly neighborhoods.