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Best Gay Bar

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Best Gay bars in Atlanta.

Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
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Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
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Year » 2018
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Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2018
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Year » 2017
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Year » 2016
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Year » 2015
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Year » 2014
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Year » 2013
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Year » 2012
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Year » 2011
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Year » 2010
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Runner-up: Blake's on the Park


227 10th St. N.E., 404-892-5786, www.blakesontheparkatlanta.com/


Best gay bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2009
Type of Award » After Dark
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Runner-up
Blake's on the Park
227 10th St., 404-892-5786, www.blakesontheparkatlanta.com

Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2008
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Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2008
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Year » 2007
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Year » 2006
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Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2006
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When the legendary Backstreet closed its doors, Atlanta’s nightlife scene had already experienced major blows and was losing its big-city club creditability. Fortunately, the spirit, passion and soul of those days still lives at JUNGLE every Saturday. In the space formerly inhabited by the Chamber,more...
When the legendary Backstreet closed its doors, Atlanta’s nightlife scene had already experienced major blows and was losing its big-city club creditability. Fortunately, the spirit, passion and soul of those days still lives at JUNGLE every Saturday. In the space formerly inhabited by the Chamber, owner Brad Williams and the old-school values of Ovah Productions prove Atlanta still knows how to party. Jungle brings in worldwide DJ talent like Tracy Young, which in turn packs the venue with freaky club kids and sweaty, shirtless guys as far as the dilated eye can see. less...

Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Type of Award » After Dark
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Blake’s on the Park
227 10th St. 404-892-5786 www.blakesontheparkatlanta.com

Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Type of Award » After Dark
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Brad Williams must be a genius. Last year, the owner of Red Chair launched what looked like a risky venture, renovating the former Chamber nightclub into his tropical-themed discotheque called JUNGLE. By the end of the summer, the numbers were undeniable: Atlanta had caught Jungle fever. This year, themore...
Brad Williams must be a genius. Last year, the owner of Red Chair launched what looked like a risky venture, renovating the former Chamber nightclub into his tropical-themed discotheque called JUNGLE. By the end of the summer, the numbers were undeniable: Atlanta had caught Jungle fever. This year, the space has seen even more cosmetic improvements and has hosted a who’s-who of gay nightlife elite. Not only have live performers like Kristine W. and Deborah Cox graced the stage, but DJs Tony Moran, Kimberly S., and Craig Spy have gotten the dancefloor whipped into a frenzy. No wonder it’s a weekly destination for scores of sweaty party boys out to release the animal within. less...

Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » After Dark
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One word why gay men love Backstreet: Raven. The quintessential Glamour Drag Queen pairs Wonder Woman fierceness with Cher showmanship for a performance that's always packed. Decked in a seemingly endless line of headdresses, Raven makes her audience work, stripping the obligatory straight boy down tomore...
One word why gay men love Backstreet: Raven. The quintessential Glamour Drag Queen pairs Wonder Woman fierceness with Cher showmanship for a performance that's always packed. Decked in a seemingly endless line of headdresses, Raven makes her audience work, stripping the obligatory straight boy down to his boxers or slinging those signature fire batons. Sure, there's the throbbing dance floor and hot guys for days, but it's Raven who keeps the queens coming back. less...

Best Gay Bar BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » After Dark
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Mary's in East Atlanta has proven in just a couple of years that gay bars can thrive even outside of Midtown. The kitschy-meets-trendy video bar brings a much-needed neighborhood feel to the scene, disarming even the most jaded queens with its decidedly drama-free atmosphere (and delicious Mary-tinis).more...
Mary's in East Atlanta has proven in just a couple of years that gay bars can thrive even outside of Midtown. The kitschy-meets-trendy video bar brings a much-needed neighborhood feel to the scene, disarming even the most jaded queens with its decidedly drama-free atmosphere (and delicious Mary-tinis). Crowded weekend nights are known for impromptu dance parties, while all-request Thursdays give everyone a place to enjoy their Madonna videos in peace. less...

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