Halloween heats up when Burkhart’s is “Burning Down the House.” That was the theme for all flamers and other hot commodities on All Hallow’s Eve at the Midtown mainstay.
Guys, gals and ghouls of all shapes and sizes brought the heat on Saturday. They hit the bar for the annual tricks and treats you’d expect from one of gay Atlanta’s most venerable party spots. The costume contest brought fierce competition, with one of the best "Avatar" iterations we’ve ever seen taking the grand prize.
To top things off, Saturday’s drag glamazons put on a show with a Halloween theme as well.
Photos by Laura Baccus Studio
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