Foursquare City Guide

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Need inspiration for where to eat, drink, and visit? Browse hundreds of lists based on ratings, tips, and insights from the Foursquare City Guide community.

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  • 647 Lists
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Foursquare City Guide's Top Cities
New York
93 Lists Created · 7 Tips
Chicago
78 Lists Created · 6 Tips
San Francisco
76 Lists Created · 7 Tips
Brooklyn
67 Lists Created
Los Angeles
48 Lists Created · 4 Tips
Atlanta
49 Lists Created
Washington
39 Lists Created · 3 Tips
Philadelphia
36 Lists Created · 1 Tip
Seattle
37 Lists Created
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Foursquare City Guide
22 places updated June 8, 2018
22 places including St Vincent's Square, Independence Hall, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, Pier 45
Foursquare City Guide
15 places updated May 21, 2018
15 places including Exhale Flatiron, Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Barry’s Bootcamp, Peleton
Foursquare City Guide
14 places updated May 21, 2018
14 places including The NoMad Bar, Sid Gold's Request Room, Oscar Wilde, The Flatiron Room
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Foursquare City Guide
15 places updated May 21, 2018
15 places including Maison Kayser, Gasoline Alley Coffee, Maman, ALT: A Little Taste
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Foursquare City Guide
15 places updated May 21, 2018
15 places including Terri, Shake Shack, Luke's Lobster, Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop
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Foursquare City Guide
51 places updated May 21, 2018
51 places including eat., Northstar Cafe, The House of William & Merry, Toast on Market
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    "Dr. Kameny, LGBT activist and co-founder of the Mattachine Society, helped to overturn sodomy laws in the 1960s and eliminate homosexuality as a mental illness from the DSM."
    Plaza
    · Washington, United States
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    "Beginning in 1965, LGBT groups would picket at Independence Hall in Philadelphia to inform and remind the American people that LGBT people did not enjoy basic civil rights protections."
    Historic Site
    · Philadelphia, United States
    9.2
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    "October 14, 1979 - The first National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights takes place. It draws an estimated 75,000 to 125,000 individuals marching for LGBT rights."
    Plaza
    · Washington, United States
    9.6
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    "Pride month has only been acknowledged by 2 US Presidents. Bill Clinton + Barack Obama."
    Government
    · Washington, United States
    9.2
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    "Harry Hay lived in a house adjacent to the stairs when he founded the Mattachine society in 1950, one of the first gay rights organizations in the U.S."
    Trail
    · Los Angeles, United States
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    "Two years before Stonewall, The Black Cat was raided by police. Two patrons were so enraged they began The Advocate, a publication for the gay population of LA and the largest LGBT magazine."
    American
    · Los Angeles, United States
    8.3