If you want a spot to watch the Super Bowl with your LGBTQ fam, it’s hard to find a better one than Woofs.
Atlanta’s only gay sports bar has over 25 TVs to watch the action on.
And sure, the game was kind of a snooze. But that didn’t stop the crowd from having a good time!
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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