Three Midtown bars and restaurants saluted the LGBTQ spectrum by taking part in the Bi+ Bar Crawl on Saturday.
The Atlanta Pride Committee hosted the event, with proceeds from ticket sales going to fund the committee’s year-round programming.
First up was Blake’s on the Park, followed by Joe’s On Juniper and ending at My Sister’s Room.
It was all to celebrate Bi Visibility Day!
Photos by Laura Baccus Photography
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