Why Atlanta Might be the unofficial gay capital of the South
A delicious diverse mix of cultures, a dining scene, and of course, Southern hospitality, Atlanta continues to dazzle gay travelers.
Atlanta’s most well-known gay neighborhood is Midtown
Atlanta’s most well-known gay neighborhood is Midtown, but you can find plenty of LGBTQ+ travelers and locals enjoying brunch, shopping, and socializing in other popular neighborhoods like Decatur, Buckhead, East Atlanta Village, Grant Park and Cabbagetown.
Eating in Decatur
1355 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA 30033
They serve damn tasty chicken. Chow down on the Korean spicy BBQ wings or the pork dumplings and they have 50 craft beers!
1365 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA 30033
Authentic Cuban bakery, yes please!
Sweet and savory pastries, lovingly-crafted staples, and perfectly-crafted Cuban coffee are easy quick bite options. Looking for a full lunch? They’ve got that too.
Eating in Buckhead
88 W Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Inside the St. Regis, with elegant European decor. Fine dining at its best. Their 7 course chef’s tasting menu features mouthwatering items like hand dived scallops, seabass, and lobster
Flavorful and healthful vegan food for the Atlanta community. Added kudos go to theeir extra peanut-y Pad Thai and vegan raspberry chocolate mousse.
Eating in Cabbagetown
Perfect date night. The bar menu includes nearly 100 varieties of tequila and nearly 100 varieties of wine as well. Pair your world-class drinks with fish tacos, bbq ribs, fresh guacamole, barbacoa enchiladas, Guajillo mussels, and fresh tenderloin fillets.
Enjoy locally-sourced, fresh ingredients in a country-dining setting at Home grown. the small, low-key joint offers signature southern-style comfort food. Biscuits and gravy, shrimp and grits