If it’s Tuesday night, it must be Social Tuesdays. And the gay and lesbian social group rang in December this week with an evening at Dolce in Atlantic Station.
The Italian restaurant and lounge delivers the flavor of old world Italy with a sophisticated atmosphere and attendees took full advantage of half price menu items just for the occasion. Perfezione.
The event was the second stop Social Tuesdays has made at Atlantic Station since its launch on Sept. 2. The group opened its weekly gatherings with a night at Geisha House. Both venues are owned by the Dolce Group.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event. Find more photos from the evening on the Social Tuesdays web site.
To see what you’re missing at these events, check out the Project Q Atlanta photo albums:
Social Tuesdays at Wine Loft
Social Tuesdays at Steel Restaurant & Lounge
Social Tuesdays at Gilbert’s Cafe
Social Tuesdays at Marlow’s Tavern for Election Night
Social Tuesdays at Cuerno
Social Tuesdays at Amore
Social Tuesdays at Maxim Prime
Social Tuesdays at Tongue & Groove
Social Tuesdays at Geisha House
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