4PlayFridays at Vibe Restaurant
The Premier Friday Night Destination for the chic, well dressed professionals in ATL is Vibe Restaurant for 4PlayFridays. Live band at 8pm with dinner. Free admission all night and $5 parking. RSVP to ipartyatl dot com. For discount table reservations contact us at 678-856-6553. call 678-856-6553 Dress Code Urban Upscale * No Athletic Gear * No White T-Shirts
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