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A true original, the oldest gay bar in Geneva is a whole lot of camp-as-Christmas fun.
Kitsch-phobics, look away now. The oldest gay bar in Geneva, Le Déclic is a riot of Roman columns, plastic palm trees, fairy lights, animal prints and those horrid wavy mirrors from Ikea. A true original, it’s also a whole lot of camp-as-Christmas fun. The cosy, comfy space serves some 60-plus cocktails adorned with fruit, umbrellas and glow-sticks as per the general more-is-more aesthetic – Pom pom boys and Black-out are two tried and tested house favourites. The occasional themed party takes place here – more regular are the weekly karaoke nights on Fridays, where locals with varying degrees of X factor wrap their tonsils around well-worn diva and disco classics.
Boulevard du Pont-d'Arve 28
|Transport:||Tram 12, 15, 18; Bus 1|
|Opening hours:||5pm-2am Tue-Fri; 9pm-2am Sat|