Gay Clubs in Atlanta. We let you know which ones cater to gay men or lesbians, what kinds of shows and entertainments they host, and what tracks the DJs spin. It's worth sticking around for dessert—consider the sweet potato bread pudding with scotch ice cream. A variety of themed events are held in the upscale-loungelike Chill section of the club, including piano cabaret. Burkhart's Pub. In terms of sheer variety, Atlanta has long ruled the Southeast in gay nightlife. When it comes to gay clubs in Atlanta, Jungle is the preferred hot spot for dedicated dancers.
Plus, the breezy outdoor deck is the perfect spot for a breather after tearing up the forever-crowded dance floor, rocked nightly by some of the most acclaimed DJs in the country.
Atlanta's only true gay sports bar Amsterdam Cafe has a bit of the vibe but is more broadly a video barWoofs is decked with sports memorabilia, has pro and college games airing on more than 30 TVs, and attracts players from local GLBT sports teams. The kitchen serves tasty bar fare, too, from nachos to burgers to barbecue pulled-pork tacos, and the bar at Mixx is known especially for its extensive martini menu some 30 varieties. An old-school landmark amongst gay bars, this Atlanta hot spot is still one of the most beloved places to party in Midtown. A variety of themed events are held in the upscale-loungelike Chill section of the club, including piano cabaret.
Vortex also serves insanely proportioned "Bypass" burgers as in the coronary kindbut these are a bit of a novelty gimmick.