When the sun went down on Saturday, the masses came out to gayborhood staple Blake’s on the Park for a drink and a smile.
The bar plays many roles — host to LGBTQ politicians, Pride party central and more — but this night was all about kicking back on the weekend and forgetting troubles for a while.
Enjoy a glimpse of a night out on the town, queer Atlanta-style.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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