Gay Atlanta got its Super Bowl on, packing Woof's on Sunday to watch the Atlanta Falcons play in the team's first appearance in the big game in nearly 20 years.
The result – the Patriots defeated the Falcons in the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history – wasn't any better than when the Falcons flopped in 1999. But the fans were there on Sunday, cheering on the home team as they downed food and cocktails at their favorite LGBT sports hangout.
The biggest cheers welcomed Lady Gaga as she dazzled with a stunning, mic-dropping halftime performance. Of course the crowd sang along with Gaga's medley of her biggest hits.
Last month, Woof's hosted college football fans as they watched Clemson score an upset win over Alabama.
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