LGBTQ Atlanta packs Woofs for Super Bowl Sunday

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Queer Atlanta converged on its friendly neighborhood gay sports bar on Sunday to watch the Super Bowl festivities.

Woofs is always busy for the big game, or any game for that matter. The Plasters Avenue bar drew a crowd for last year’s hometown Super Bowl as well.

Want more of this year's Super Bowl watch party action? Check out our pics from Friends on Ponce and Blake’s.

Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood


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