It was DJs and drinks aplenty at Ten Atlanta on Sunday for the Midtown bar’s annual St. Patrick’s Day party.
DJ Mike Pope set up shop on the patio to deliver his best beats throughout the afternoon.
The party got kicked up a notch thanks to the go-go boys delivering Jell-O shots to the crowd.
Ten will be closed March 21-22 due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood
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