Spring is upon us and that means endless pitchers of margaritas and the deck at Zocalo overflowing with flag football jocks and their athletic supporters.
The National Flag Football League of Atlanta hosted its spring margarita bust at the eatery at the corner of 10th and Piedmont on Saturday afternoon.
There was much to celebrate, seeing as how it’s a record-setting season for the NFFLA. DJ Treehouz held it down for the afternoon to keep the party poppin.'
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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