Minneapolis-St Paul. For many years, Blake's has been a top place to socialize, have a drink, and check out other attractive patrons before heading to late-night dance clubs. Although guys of all ages are welcome, most of them fall into the 20s to 30s range. Continue to 21 of 40 below. There's no question that it's a highly popular place and a good bet for visitors trying to get a sense of the gay Atlanta scene.
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Eating here provides a genuine and delicious glimpse into an earlier era in Atlanta— think salmon croquettes, chicken-fried steak, grilled calf's livers, fried or broiled oyster and shrimp platters, and gloriously rich desserts such as coconut icebox pie and hot fudge cake. Unquestionably the domain of adoring hipsters as is Sound Table, across the streetSister Louisa's is also one "church" that loves its gays—just be warned that you not of the skinny-jeans-attired may be in the minority. Things to Know about Atlanta Pride. Gay bars and businesses have come and gone over the years to Ansley Square Shopping Center, a homo-frequented strip mall a bit north of Piedmont Park, with Midtown Moon the next to find a spot in this area.
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