LGBTQ Love

Where Atlanta - - THE GUIDE -

(1) Ein­stein’s sprawl­ing pa­tio and prime lo­ca­tion in Mid­town, At­lanta’s LGBTQ epi­cen­ter, have made this a lo­cal fa­vorite since it opened in 1991. Don’t miss the Bloody Mary bar dur­ing Sun­day brunch at this ro­man­tic spot, which is made up of three 1920s bun­ga­lows. www.

ein­stein­sat­lanta.com The ul­ti­mate in drag din­ing, (2) Lips fea­tures de­li­cious food, sig­na­ture cock­tails and a tal­ented cast of fe­male im­per­son­ators. www.lip­sATL.com Get in on the worst-kept se­cret that is At­lanta’s most pop­u­lar gay bar for men, (3) Bull­dogs. This rowdy, old-school bar is never a bore and usu­ally open un­til 3 am on week­ends. Mary’s has been voted best karaoke in At­lanta for years thanks to the DJ’s spec­tac­u­lar en­ergy. Pa­trons flock to this gay-friendly bar in East At­lanta Tues­day and Satur­day nights for this out­ra­geously fun “Mary-oke.”

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