Weekday warriors headed to Blake’s on Wednesday to soak up the last of a fabulous Halloween season in Atlanta.
Ghoulish go-go boys and cash prizes for the best costumes drew a crowd, which only makes sense since Blake’s was one of the top 10 Halloween destinations in the city last year for Lyft riders.
We’ve got more sexy, scary, funny Halloween shenanigans from our photos at Heretic (twice), My Sister’s Room and Ten.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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