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The next question is, will the casual vacation town known for its rainbow flags become better known in the future for its Michelin stars? Perhaps, like with so many queer-friendly places around the country, labels will matter less here than making sure you can openly choose with whom you share a hotel room. As traditional Russian River tourism declined, a different crowd started showing up. In Octobershe and her then wife sold their house in San Francisco to fund the dream of opening a boutique hotel. She was initially concerned that opening in Guerneville would give her too narrow of an audience, even though she herself is gay. The SF-inspired food and drink scene in Guerneville grew again this spring.





The sexual revolution was in full swing across the country, and naturally, that revelry spread to Guerneville from San Francisco.

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Guerneville initially became popular as a resort town in the late nineteenth century, when well-off San Franciscans would take the train to its redwoods-lined riverbanks. Get updates Get updates. She was initially concerned that opening in Guerneville would give her too narrow of an audience, even though she herself is gay. The SF-inspired food and drink scene in Guerneville grew again this spring. Or to put it another way, will Guerneville retain its status as a gay travel destination? Regardless of the natural and public-health disasters that have hit Guerneville over the years, the town has weathered it all and is now experiencing another renaissance.

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Cue the entry for Boon hotelier, restaurateur and creative force Crista Luedtke. Never miss a story from The Bold Italicwhen you sign up for Medium. Sign in Get started. She was initially concerned that opening in Guerneville would give her too narrow of an audience, even though she herself is gay. Seaside Metal Oyster Bar, a rustic seafood-based restaurant run by the duo behind Bar Crudo, finally opened its doors after about a year of development. Perhaps, like with so many queer-friendly places around the country, labels will matter less here than making sure you can openly choose with whom you share a hotel room.