Quirky queer-owned hipster bar Sister Louisa’s Church celebrated its eighth anniversary with cocktails and friends on Dec. 23 to add another reason to celebrate the holidays.
Owner Grant Henry was on hand for the festivities, which included tours of Sister Louisa’s Annex, a space for corporate meetings, holiday parties and other private events a block down from the Edgewood Avenue bar.
Henry has also been busy readying Sanctuary, a 44-acre retreat nestled in the woods of Griffin about an hour south of downtown Atlanta.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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