LGBTQ Friendly Businesses - Visit Colorado Springs

LGBTQ Businesses

Colorado Springs has so many things to see and do, including a variety of unique LGBTQ owned and friendly properties, boutique businesses and venues. Whether you’re looking for a night on the town or a bite to eat there are plenty of LGBTQ-friendly and owned businesses in the Pikes Peak region.


LGBTQ-Owned Businesses

The Gallery BelowOwner and previous Brooklyn native Jonathan Bataille offers guests compelling art and culture experience in downtown Colorado Springs. 

Club Q Named Colorado Springs’ best gay club, Club Q offers late night entertainment from drag performances to GoGo auditions. 

Ladyfingers LetterpressFind the perfect greeting card, stickers, and knick-knacks at this 100% Colorado made business.  

Pens & Needles Custom Tattoo Company Get inked at this LGBTQ owned business. 

Eden Salon & Barber Shop Debut a fresh cut or dye-job for a new look. 

Picnic Basket Arguably the best catering in Colorado. Enjoy fresh delicious food with artistic presentation.

Painting with a Twist – Bring out your inner Picasso and drink wine while painting your very own masterpiece. 


LGBTQ-Friendly Businesses and Lodging

The Zodiac Venue Regularly a straight-bar, the Zodiac Venue is very LGBTQ friendly offering Burlesque events and drag shows. 

Chiba Bar Dance the night away at this cool and unique welcoming atmosphere. 

Avenue Hotel Bed & BreakfastThe Avenue Hotel is an adult retreat nestled in the middle of historic Manitou Springs and is just steps away from the shops and galleries on Manitou Avenue. Receive $10 off with Purple Roofs discount. 

Blue Skies Inn Enjoy a quiet refuge from city life with year-round streams, garden courtyard, and views of Pikes Peak at this quaint village of Gothic revival architecture. Received $5 discount with Purple Roof.  

Doubletree by HiltonStay at this newly renovated hotel just minutes from downtown and local attractions. 

Quality Inn Located near Garden of the Gods enjoy epic Pikes Peak views and accessibility to local attractions.