The boys of Social Tuesdays hit Tongue & Groove in Lindbergh City Center this week for their second event.
The new nightlife event pairs a large group of gay men (and a few lesbians) with an upscale dining spot around town. On Sept. 30, the creation of Chris Coleman and Kurt Edwards premiered at Geisha House in Atlantic Station. On Tuesday, they hit Tongue & Groove. And on Oct. 14, the party moves to Maxim Prime at The Glenn Hotel in Downtown. The events are a little networking, more socializing and much fun. You can spend time with a drink at the bar or take in dinner with friends.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event. View more photos at the Social Tuesdays web site.
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