Midtown mainstay Blake’s on the Park was packed on Saturday as LGBTQ Atlantans beat the heat and headed inside for a cocktail.
Saturday was Pop! night, which meant DJ Nova playing music and videos throughout the night.
The bar made Lyft’s top 10 Atlanta bar destinations in 2018, so we’ll find out in December if they can make that two years in a row.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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