Two friends, enjoy good company and good food in a restaurant in the neighborhood of Greenwich Village. In the '60s, the quiet neighborhood of Greenwich Village hosted a large gay community in one of its streets. We are talking about the famous Christopher Street. If we look at the history of New York, we will realize that almost late 60's, was made the most famous riot between police and homosexuals. The trouble erupted in the bar Stonewall Inn, and it marked the beginning of the movement for the rights of gays and lesbians, demonstrating that in Greenwich Village was also space for the order of equality for all its inhabitants. Who knew? There are a number of publications for gays and lesbians in positions of newspapers and magazines in Chelsea and the West Village. You can also get information on the Time Out New York magazine has a section that lists activities and events, and visit "Creative Visions Bookstore, one of the largest bookstores in the community