Move-in ready: Here are 6 of Atlanta's best gay-friendly neighborhoods

  • Regina Willis
  • For the AJC
9:00 a.m. Wednesday, July 5, 2017 Atlanta Events
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Atlanta is home to some of the best gay-friendly neighborhoods.

There are a handful of neighborhoods that offer proximity to fabulous gay bars and nightlife, so pull that U-Haul up to your new home in a gay-friendly part of town.

Midtown. The classic gay neighborhood, home to the Fox Theatre, and all the hottest gay clubs and bars. Take in a drag show at Blake's, sip a cold brew on the patio of My Sister's Room or enjoy live DJ's at Bulldogs. Living in Midtown puts you in the heart of gay Atlanta, and an easy walk to Atlanta's favorite park, Piedmont Park. You can even watch the Pride parade from your apartment or condo's sexy rooftop pool.

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Brookhaven. Enjoy places to pamper yourself in Buckhead's little neighbor — Brookhaven. Skewing towards the higher end of the income spectrum, this is a place that knows what a little indulgence looks like. Spots like Vida-Flo and Natural Body Spa know how to delight and indulge your senses, while restaurants like Haven and Valenza will delight your palette. Don't forget to enjoy the many bars and restaurants that make Buckhead a popular destination, while still enjoying your piece of paradise next door.

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