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You can take the les­bian out of the coun­try, but ev­ery once in a while a girl wants to kick her heels and do-si-do, which is why

(www.hereti­cat­lanta.com/thurs­day) sashayed its way to this year’s best les­bian theme night. The girls gather on Cheshire Bridge ev­ery Thurs­day and se­lect Satur­days, when they nearly burn the barn down with their hot­ness.

Coun­try Night @ The Heretic

The monthly (www.face­book. com/bel­lis­sima.at­lanta) par­ties at 10th & Pied­mont was run­ner-up. BURKHART’S

Af­ter a quar­ter cen­tury of serv­ing up boys and booze, (www.burkharts. com) re­mains the fa­vorite spot for gay men look­ing to party in At­lanta. With two lev­els of tipsy boys, drag shows such as Tossed Salad with Brigitte Bidet, and the Satur­day night Syn­ergy show with Mon­ica Van Pelt and Shawanna Brooks, it’s no won­der that Burkhart’s main­tains its reign.

Sec­ond place went to (www.marysat­lanta.com), and

(www.at­lantaea­gle.com) took third. AT­LANTA EA­GLE

Once looked at with a leery eye due to its burly men and leg­endary back­room,

(www.at­lantaea­gle.com) con­tin­ues its emer­gence as the go-to dance floor to sweat away the week’s prob­lems. With a DJ line-up that in­cludes Chris Kind and Ron Pull­man, the beats at the Ea­gle will have your spir­its in full flight.

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(www.hereti­cat­lanta.com) and (www.jun­gleatl.com) took sec­ond and third place, re­spec­tively. THE ARMORETTES The no-good do-good­ers known as

(www.armorettes.com) con­tinue to be At­lanta’s most en­dear­ing drag troupe. For three-and-a-half decades, the ladies have been us­ing off-color camp drag to raise money for HIV/AIDS or­ga­ni­za­tions via their an­nual Easter Drag Races




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