Forgot your password? The bi-level space is great for people-watching you can spy on cuties on the main floor from a second-floor railing up above and shooting pool. My ATL: This trendy spot that specializes in small-plates dining is owned by the same folks behind neighboring G's Midtown. With its much-appreciated stable of hot go-go boys the lap dances here are reputedly the best in townthis cruise-y, not-so-subtly named men's strip bar on Cheshire Bridge Road is a consistent hit with guys of all ages although tending toward the plus set many evenings. Honesty works.
Amsterdam Cafe, refreshingly, is the kind of bar where just about anyone might feel welcome. You have to work a little to find this cozy gay neighborhood haunt tucked in the back of Midtown's Ansley Square Shopping Center—just walk past Cook's Warehouse and you'll spy The Hideaway, which is a very friendly and relaxing spot with pool tables they're freedarts, and other fun diversions. But throughout the day, you'll find all sort of other tasty dishes, including Coca-Cola BBQ-glazed salmon salad, vegan BBQ burritos, and turkey pot roast with green beans and mashed potatoes.
Creative theme nights Tuesday's "Mary-oke" sing-alongs, Wednesday's indie pop for furry men Honey Pot, and Friday's trash-disco-inspired Boy's Room feature some of the best get-your-hips-shakin' music in Atlanta.