Merrymakers revel in the art of noise
Slutty Claus gets Hot and Sticky with the Darlins of Atlanta party promotions
A likely pick-up line at Vagrant launch party: Who did your hair?
A family reunion of pilgrims, rump shakers and ripe tomatoes
Where the love is multilingual and pookie-boos abound
Spring Break on Buford Highway
Midtown’s hidden den of shenanigans could use some padded walls
A Friday night visit to East Atlanta’s big, sore, ghetto thumb
Jesus in Tevas proves no match for Jared Swilley
Old Fourth Ward’s urban hang suite right on thyme
Shaking down the blues on Auburn Avenue
What really goes on in the back room at MF Buckhead
Getting very sleepy - and cheesy - for the kids
At Dragon*Con, everybody’s a star
Eye candy and nose candy at Famous Pub and Maggie’s
A tiara, and a little tease, goes a long way
Hard times can’t quell the money (and bunny) lust at Mansion Elan
With Cali’s gay marriage ban deemed unconstitutional, Burkharts Pub is the place to be
Fireworks and irony collide on Edgewood Ave.
What’s an adult swim with no adults?
After a decade in the doldrums, nightlife in the Village meets its match
Lost soul finds nu groove at DJ Kemit’s monthly
Glow sticks and hook-ups past reconnect for one night only
It’s a party, it’s a pageant, it’s an underworld of fabulosity
Too many clothes, not enough nipple exposed.
Get groovy with CL’s Nightlife Issue
The following clubs offer late night events:
This (literally) underground club, located below the Graveyard Tavern in East Atlanta, hosts local and touring indie rock and hip-hop shows (T.I. and Iggy Azalea once shared the stage here). The aptly named space is also home to old-school dance parties.
1245 Glenwood Ave S.E.
A staple of Atlanta’s EDM nightlife scene. Seating is at a premium, but then again, you come here to dance — to trap, drum and bass, dub step, electro, house and more.
2715 Buford Hwy N.E.
No longer in its original home inside a former mill, the revamped Kenny’s Alley hosts a variety of events, from punk and heavy-metal shows to goth and retro nights. The venue features three music rooms (Heaven, Hell and Purgatory).
75 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive S.W.
The Sound Table is as much a dance club as it is a restaurant. It’s a showplace for some of the best DJs around, both in the downstairs dining room and next door at Space 2.
483 Edgewood Ave. S.E.
The following restaurants offer late night food: