When there's a championship to be won, Woofs is the place for LGBT sports fans to watch it happen. So it's little wonder that the bar was packed for the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Fans watched as the Eagles beat the Patriots 41-33 in the 52nd Super Bowl. And Falcons fans? Well, at least they didn't have to suffer through this again.
In November, Woofs celebrated its 15th anniversary.
Photos by Laura Baccus Studios
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