The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce's final networking night of the year was a festive one featuring savory delights and sweet treats from Atlanta LGBTQ and ally chefs.
The 7th Annual Out in the Kitchen event on Dec. 6 featured bites from 2 Chefs and a Pan, Be Wild Honey, Brezza Cucina, Bulla Gastrobar, Chef Vedam, Epic Catering & Events, ND Lifestyle & Entertainment Group, Occasional Occasions by Carlton, The Drafting Table and Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours.
Check out our photos from past years of Out in the Kitchen fun at the links, and see this year’s festivities below!
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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