Despite the blast of winter that hit early this week, a crowd of gay folks filled the intimate space of Cuerno in Midtown on Tuesday for the latest stop in a new weekly social event.
Social Tuesdays, in its fifth week, tasted a little of Spain with the restaurant and nightspot Cuerno. And in a new twist, the crowd also had the option of moving to “after Social” later in the evening at Beleza, a sister spot next door. The idea is to give people in the food and beverage industry — and those who get a late start on their evenings — a place to go to unwind and socialize.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event. There’s even more photos at the Social Tuesdays web site.
To see what you’re missing at these events, check out the Project Q Atlanta photo albums from past events:
Social Tuesdays at Amore
Social Tuesdays at Maxim Prime
Social Tuesdays at Tongue & Groove
Social Tuesdays at Geisha House
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