The Stonewall Inn was the site of the summer of ’69 Stonewall riots, the infamous gay-rights demonstrations against a “Public Morals” police raid. It’s been redone a fair bit since gay activists barricaded the police inside using an uprooted parking meter. The legend, however, lives on in this National Historic Landmark in photos from the riots hanging amid the flat-screens that sometimes show soft-core porn. The downstairs combines new and old as well, with classic wood paneling offsetting an entirely mirrored wall, and red-lit side room with cozy seating for more, uh, intimate encounters. The upstairs offers a bar mitzvah vibe, complete with multicolored flashing lights, a disco ball, velour curtains, leopard-print seating and, of course, a stage — though there’s probably more nudity than your average Jewish coming-of-age ritual. Monday-night bingo starting at 9 p.m. is called by a bevy of decked-out drag queens.