LGBTQ Atlantans know the place to go if they want a friendly vibe with a sporty twist — that would be Woofs.
The bar on Piedmont Road has been slinging drinks and serving eats since 2002.
The revelers below hit up the bar on Jan. 3. The next day was Flannel Friday, then the bar was busy all weekend with NFL playoff games on the 31 TVs scattered throughout.
This weekend, the divisional round NFL playoff games will be on tap.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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