Top 10 Best Gay Date Places in Atlanta
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- Traveler rating. 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.
- One of the most unpretentious gay clubs in Atlanta, the Eagle, a nontraditional leather bar, has been drawing in wonderfully diverse and amicable crowds for decades.
- BJ Roosters moved into a larger and more attractive space in , just down the street from its former location in a shopping mall it's now a neighbor of another long-running bar in these parts: Heretic Atlanta. It's mostly a guys' spot, but women often hang out here, and you'll see a nice mix of ages, styles, races, and so on.
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Share Pin Email. Star Provisions is an upscale deli, gourmet food shop, and cafe serving delicious sandwiches and salads, plus a shop with fine kitchenwares, gourmet cheeses, and a first-rate butcher. Two Urban Licks is famous enough that most Atlanta-bound food lovers will probably read or hear about it elsewhere, but given its cool vibe, astoundingly great food, and attractive setting in Poncey-Highland near Midtown and the gay-trendy Virginia-Highland and Inman Park neighborhoods , it deserves inclusion on any gay eats-and-drinks list.
A location near Piedmont Park, floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on 10th Street, and a friendly, casual vibe distinguish this neighborhood bar, whose clientele is largely gay. The clientele is predominantly female and quite diverse in terms of age and race.