LGBTQ Atlanta poured into Blake’s on the Park on Saturday to have drinks poured for them in return.
Weekends at the longtime Midtown bar are always busy, and this night was no exception. DJ Nova provided the beats for the evening.
Want more scenes from Blake’s? Check out a couple other sizzling Saturday nights, a political pitstop and a thriller Halloween night from 2018.
Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood
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