Atlanta Pride Survival Guide. The regular burgers are plenty filling enough. On the patio sample a full menu of tavern favorites. And the interior contains an actual church organ, where an actual organist plays. But it's also a popular bar option, either for lighter snacking or drinking. Continue to 29 of 40 below. Enjoy the terrific wine lists at both places, and go for a walk in the neighborhood before dinner—you'll find some great shopping in this area.
G's Midtown is filled most nights with the chatter of happy diners, enjoying such comfort food favorites as gumbo and smoked brisket sandwich for dinner, and country fried chicken, shrimp and grits, and blueberry pancakes for brunch.
One of the most unpretentious gay clubs in Atlanta, the Eagle, a nontraditional leather bar, has been drawing in wonderfully diverse and amicable crowds for decades. Dainty and delightful Mary Mac's Tea Room is yet another Atlanta classic that's been serving great food since long before the city developed a fervent gay scene—and has in recent years become a mainstay of that very community. As it's both an Atlanta institution and one of the nearest eateries to the several gay nightspots in this part of town, The Colonnade draws a truly diverse crowd, from little old ladies who lunch to boisterous drag queens to working joes to cruise-y dudes.
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