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95th Street Tacos celebrates its third anniversary

Taco bout this art show at Joystick Gamebar over some great food on July 15

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Photo credit: Derrick Jamaal
TACO-F THE TOWN: A delicious Los Angeles-style taco from 95 Street Tacos.

Whether in Los Angeles or Atlanta, one fact remains true — tacos and beer make for a perfect summer night. Now, imagine if both cities had a taco baby. Well, they kind of did… 95th Street Tacos is celebrating its third anniversary serving up West Coast wraps at Joystick Gamebar with an art show. While devouring 95th Street’s taco fusions, take a moment to bask in the vibrant works crafted by Atlanta artists like acrylic painter C. Flux Sing, copic sketch marker master Mateo the Inker, pop artist Justin “Artist 53” Anderson, and colorful illustrator Killer Mari. A mystery box raffle will be available, with all proceeds from the raffle being donated to Peters Street Station’s Children and Arts programs, an organization that serves as a community and forum for artists of all ages. And per usual, Joystick Gamebar’s tabletop and arcade games are available to play. There’s no reason to avoid coming out to support your communities’ charities, artists and tacos.
Free. 6-9 p.m. Joystick Gamebar, 427 Edgewood Ave. S.E. 404-525-3002. www.95thsttacos.com.



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