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The Milky Way is a restaurant in JP that gets packed full of JP regulars social drinking in the front and dancing in the back.It’s a pretty rocking party, and it’s won Best of Boston a couple of years in a row now.At some point it became wicked gentrified by gays (actually, mostly gay men) in the 1980s, and is now some of the most expensive property in Boston.Although the area maintained its gay flavor, it tends to be inhabited by wealthy middle aged gays and their artist significant others.Everyone who lives in JP loves it but, the major downside is that it’s far away from everything else in the city.Everyone sits out on the porch all the time hanging out with each other and strangers just walk by and join in.While it’s not deadlocked New York City, driving can be slow and tedious. On the other hand, you can ride the MBTA system of subways and buses.The subway, or the T, is awesome and also kind of sucks. That’s okay though because you can just take a cab.
You should know when anyone says they live in Boston, they almost always mean they live in the Greater Boston Metro Area which includes Boston and all the towns around Boston that everyone thinks are just neighborhoods.As that is the case, the South End is also home to some of the best restaurants and small art studios in the whole city.Jamaica Plain, or JP as the cool kids call it, is basically Boston’s lesbian stronghold.The other traveling queer night is Girl Spot which is basically the same as GQB except it’s a girl party that changes locations on the last Saturday of each month.One of the cool things about Girl Spot is they often hold it in a chill spot where you can actually have a drink and talk to someone.
Because we wrote this kind of together, it’s written in the first person hive voice where “I” sometimes refers to Rachel and sometimes to Lizz and sometimes to both of us.