Atlanta >Bulldog Bar
“Everybody is not going to be everybody's type, but what makes the atmosphere/ environment good at bulldogs is that you can handle yourself like an adult without geting bent out of shape.”
“Personally I don't drink, but conversation with some non-superficial guys is always great.”
“The guys was very masculine and its a great place for conversation.”
“Heard he has fired many good employees for no reason.”
not a good experience.
Having been to several gay bars and clubs in Atlanta, Bulldog bar has got to be on the lower tier of bars.
Drinks are not strong, the bartenders and people running the bar seem to have a strange attitude about them. Basically, very unwelcoming. On top of that patrons (even on a weekend) are not hot.
I would skip this bar and head to the rest. Waste of time and money.
I HAVE JUST MOVED TO MARIETTA. I HAVE JUST MOVED TO MARIETTA HAVE NOT HAD THE CHANCE TO GO THERE YET UNLESS SOMONE ONE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE ME THERE WHICH WOULD BE COOL IM FROM THE SOUTH NO GAY BARS THERE THIS OWULD BE MY FIRST SO I WOULD ENJOY IT IM SURE AND IM SURE I WOULD LOVE TO WORK THERE IF YOU NEED ANY HELP DONT MEAN TOSOUND DESPERATE BUT IT BE COOL ALSO ANY GUYS WANT TO HANG OUT SOME TIME MY NUMBER IS 229-425-6861 I NEED TO MAKE SOME FRIENDS UP HERE
Trashy Thug Bar !!!!. The Manager is obsessed with tash thuggie people. White guy who only wants Black guy ( Thugs) around the place. The Place needs metal detectors on entry. (That Bad) If the crowd was better, it woud be an idael place to go. So So Sad this bar has turned into this. It USED ti be a really cool place!
Nice Happy Hour crowd.
Bartenders at Bulldogs are always friendly. Bar seems to have a good draw of regulars. You can chat with most patrons and not have to deal with attitude.
I have heard some horror stories about the manager, Brent Cochran, how he regularly bans people that he does not like. Heard he has fired many good employees for no reason. He does not seem trustworthy.
Good place to go after work. Have been there later at night to, sometimes it gets too crowded for my taste, but usually have a good time.
Good Service But Bad Patrons. Personally I don't drink, but conversation with some non-superficial guys is always great. I am a 27 year old masculine/ handsome dude and in shape but have always went against the odds. When the mixure of teenager vs. real adult men come into play in a spot like that it could sometime ruin everything if the cat is not mature and cannot hold his alcohol. When I visited the night of 10-10-08 I must say that you had a dude out there that was about to get rowdy and fight with another cat because he thought that the guy was looking at him... "how stupid?" At any rate the cat was young and apparently and had gotten into his about it. Many think because a person is not their type that they should crucify them or be nasty... If the person speaks to you have the courtesy to say "hello or thanks atleast when given a compliment" I dont think that they are trying to marry you on the spot nor does it means that they want you. Everybody is not going to be everybody's type, but what makes the atmosphere/ environment good at bulldogs is that you can handle yourself like an adult without geting bent out of shape... Courtesy to one another is what counts though I don't have those problems. Bulldogs "Please Watch The Teenage Giggling/ Rowdy Type Dudes You let In" they might ruin your regular clientel who have been coming to you for years.
Bulldogs Security is The Worse!!!!
These women hustle, yell and make having a good time a nightmare. I dont get it , I go to the Djanos and they have way more patrons and get crowded but never have their security people harrass the guest. Bulldogs please hire two bouncers ( men) and let the guest flow through the club. Your drinks are too strong even when the patrons ask that you dont give them all alcohol you do. What gives? I decided to put it in writing how I feel about the club and I have friends that feel the same way.
The Boys Are THERE!!!!. I foind my self visiting Atlanta this last weekend (17 March 2006). I was looking for soemthing that I could see what the locals were doing. Now all I can say is, THIS WAS IT! The atmoshpere was unassuming from the outside but once inside . I found that it was definitaly a good place to meet the boys in HOTLANTA! It was HOT! I had a great time. The drinks were reasonably priced and reasonably strong...just the way I like it!
Good first time there. I visited Atlanta last week and went to Bulldogs. I thought it was a great club to go to. The guys was very masculine and its a great place for conversation. I would go again. The patio is extremely nice. Great view of Midtown from the patio.
Legendary Midtown gay bar has experienced more makeovers than a middle-aged beauty queen..
Open since 1978, Bulldogs is an Atlanta institution that has been home to more than its share of stray drinkers. Currently, it draws a mix of locals to its vantage point on Peachtree, in the heart of Midtown. Its expansive bar and large dance floor have been remodeled and feature a polished wood and chrome vibe. The sociable staff entertains both youthful and mature regulars who are always up for a new pool challenge at the solitary quarter-fed table.
Drawing a crowd that includes a large African-American following, the newest incarnation of this famed Atlanta watering hole is a fine choice for a late-night drink with friends. Because of the location, Bulldogs is popular with tourists who populate Midtown high-rise hotels. The Oriental-style gazebo out back works great as a sultry summer meeting spot for friends. Come late for booming hip hop and dance music.
4 stars. I visit monthly for company business and sometimes I stay for nearly a week and since I was always looking for decent pool players during happy hour, it was quite a surprise to happen upon this nondescript building that music was emanating from. I was taken aback at first because there was a distinct lack of females but after getting my butt kicked on the pool table I didn't mind so much. I was really surprised when the bartender only wanted 2.50 for a topshelf Gin and Tonic. The food wasn't anything to write home about but it kept me from getting drunk before dinner. I especially liked the atmosphere after I had been recognized as a semi- regular. the camaradarie is almost Brotherly.
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