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Where to Eat, Drink, and Party During Atlanta Pride This Year

food, where to eat, drink, and party during atlanta pride this year

Where to Eat, Drink, and Party During Atlanta Pride This Year

After the pandemic canceled Atlanta’s annual Pride festival in 2020 and 2021, the Southeast’s largest LGBTQ celebration is back October 8 through October 9 with a number of planned marches, parties, and other festive events, including the always jubilant Pride parade on Sunday afternoon down Peachtree Street.

While a schedule of official parties and festival activities is found on the Pride website, people heading to Atlanta for the weekend still need to eat between various celebratory activities. This guide offers restaurant maps with suggestions on everything from the city’s best LGBTQ bars and where to eat and drink around Midtown (the heart of Atlanta Pride weekend) to ATL restaurants for enjoying a meal on a patio and where to partake in brunch. There’s even a few Pride parties and events to consider checking out this weekend taking place at restaurants and bars throughout Atlanta.

Happy Pride, y’all!

food, where to eat, drink, and party during atlanta pride this year

The rainbow crosswalk at the intersection of 10th Street and Piedmont in Midtown Atlanta.

Restaurant Maps

Pride Events at Atlanta Restaurants and Bars

food, where to eat, drink, and party during atlanta pride this year

Sister Louisa’s Church.

Noni’s

357 Edgewood Avenue, Old Fourth Ward/Sweet Auburn

The Italian restaurant and bar dubbed itself the “second gayest bar on Edgewood” during Pride (first place goes to Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium aka Church). Throughout the week, Noni’s is hosting several Pride events, including comedy nights and drag performances. Keep an eye on Noni’s Instagram for updates.

Elsewhere Brewing

1039 Grant Street, Grant Park

The Grant Park brewpub frequently hosts drag brunches on the weekends, and Pride week in Atlanta is no exception. On Wednesday, October 5, Elsewhere Brewing also hosts Spice Girls drag bingo night benefiting arts and community organization Southern Fried Queer. Check Instagram for event updates.

Colony Square

Pride kick-off party; 1197 Peachtree Street, Midtown

A Pride kick-off party takes place, Friday, October 7, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., in the Plaza at Colony Square in Midtown with musical drag performances, dancing, and plenty of food and drinks from the development’s restaurants and food hall. Free to attend.

Mary’s

Pride weekend drag and dance parties; 1287 Glenwood Avenue, East Atlanta

On Friday, October 7, hosts a “Gagged”, a night of dancing to electronica and nu-disco music in East Atlanta. There’s a $5 cover charge. Then on Saturday, October 8, starting at 11 p.m., head back to Mary’s for a musical evening of Broadway show tunes and Disco. Check Instagram for updates. Cover charge.

Park Tavern

The Big Gay Brunch, 500 10th Street; Midtown

Bottomless mimosas, brunch bites, and dancing are on tap for this “hair of the dog” event with DJ Ree de La Vega and hosted by Destiny Brooks, along with the Queens of Phoenix Entertainment. $30 to $60 per person.

Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium

Sunday Service dance party, 466 Edgewood Avenue; Old Fourth Ward/Sweet Auburn

Sunday night sees dancing to DJs like Vicki Powell during the weekly “Sunday Services” at Church. And word is there may be some special guests this Sunday, October 9, to celebrate Pride. Keep an eye on Instagram for updates. Free to attend.

Check back for Pride event restaurant updates throughout the week.

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