The Atlanta Falcons flopped during the NFC Championship on Sunday, but it wasn’t for a lack of cheering from lesbian sports fans crowded around the big screens at My Sister’s Room.
It was a far different atmosphere from a few week’s ago when MSR hosted its black tie party for New Year’s Eve or one Hella Halloween a few months back. But Falcons’ fans enjoyed the playoff game on the bar’s six big screen TVs. At least the first half. There was plenty of food, beer and fun to distract during the team’s second half flop as they lost to San Francisco 28-24.
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