Date of experience: August Atlanta's only true gay sports bar Amsterdam Cafe has a bit of the vibe but is more broadly a video barWoofs is decked with sports memorabilia, has pro and college games airing on more than 30 TVs, and attracts players from local GLBT sports teams.
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Come with an open mind—Jesus would. There is no shortage of exceptional restaurants in Atlanta's hip West Midtown Design District, with Miller Union standing out in the crowd for its inviting space high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a good-size patio and consistently outstanding regional American food.
You have to work a little to find this cozy gay neighborhood haunt tucked in the back of Midtown's Ansley Square Shopping Center—just walk past Cook's Warehouse and you'll spy The Hideaway, which is a very friendly and relaxing spot with pool tables they're freedarts, and other fun diversions.
And the interior contains an actual church organ, where an actual organist plays.
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Drinks flow forth potently, brunch is a fun scene, and one of the city's best trivia games on Thursdays. A variety of themed events are held in the upscale-loungelike Chill section of the club, including piano cabaret. Very good 9.
Only a few bathrooms in which were all dark and super dirty.