From the meal of our people at brunch, to any gathering around a communal table, one of the LGBTQ-ATL’s rites of passage is eating good in the gayborhood. This week’s issue of Q magazine is all over it.
We scoured intown Atlanta for queer and allied places to eat, and came up with not only a list of the most popular spots as well as new and hidden gems. With the help of our advertisers, the 2019 Dining Guide takes you from casual dives to fancy occasions, group meals to date night.
But before you get hungry perusing those pages, drop in on our other weekly features.
Check out the latest in Q Voice opinion columns, The Q advice column, the Queer Agenda calendar of events, and Q Shots gallery pages.
While you’re deciding where to eat and where to go afterward, remember that Q is about you. If you have a person, group, event or issue that needs sharing on our pages, e-mail me at [email protected], and visit us online at Project Q Atlanta for fresh content every day.
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Pick up a new edition of Q each week at LGBTQ and allied venues across Atlanta.
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