Holiday revelers donned their gay apparel for an Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl that made stops at several Midtown bars and restaurants on Friday.
The event kicked off at My Sister’s Room, where crawlers picked up their tickets and dropped off a gift to be donated to the Toy Party.
The crawl continued with drink and food specials at Tin Lizzy’s, Ra Sushi, Ri Ra, Publico, Zocalo, G’s, 10th & Piedmont, Ten and Midtown Moon.
Sexy Santas and elves also joined in on the fun, and a party bus provided rides between MSR and the other venues all evening.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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