Watch this gay tour of Atlanta’s BeltLine on CNN

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The latest proof that gay people run Atlanta comes courtesy CNN’s Travel Insider. Color us tickled pink as gay Atlanta travel writer Tray Butler makes the BeltLine fruit loop culminating in a pit stop at its hippest joint, the gay-owned Church bar.

Thursday’s airing blew up our social media. Some raving about Butler’s expertly informed hosting. Others lauding Henry’s mug, humor, prominently featured artwork, and of course, his media darling nightspot Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium.

Henry announced the bar's most recent spotlight with his usual irreverent reverence.

I can die now:

Sister Louisa's piece:
was on CNN.

Night Night.

Throw in the gay-infused BeltLine project and its bustling East Side Trail, and we’ll let Butler and Henry tell the rest of the story in the video above.


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