A host of fine local eateries brought in some of their delicious tastes for Yelpers to enjoy, like sliders from Cypress Street Pint and Plate, full size burritos by Sheik Burritos and Kabobs, chocolate fondue by the Melting Pot, vegetarian skewers from Café Sunflower, tartes and petit-fours by Joli Kobe Bakery, and a host of southern sweets by High Cotton Bakery.
A bevy of cocktails kept the Yelp crew quite satisfied, even calling some out to the dance floor. Yelptinis mixed with 3AM Vodka were a hit, as well as hand-crafted Leblon caipirinhas and classic concoctions from Maker's Mark. Savida Sangria was also on hand with their delicious wine punch, and vitaminwater zero kept everyone well-hydrated and ready for work the next morning.
Everybody got prop-tastic in Atlanta Photography's themed photobooth, while m!kedesigns, Taylor Lupton Photography, and Chris Marley snapped shots of everybody havin' a good time. The Dames Aflame provided some serious eye candy with Lada and Shakaboom bustin' a move and Buttercup working the crowd in full gilded regalia. When the party was over, Zipcar was there to get every body safely back to MARTA: no drinking and driving during Yelp's Gilded Age!
Since the Gilded Age was all about philanthropy, we couldn't have a soirée without supporting a great local charity. Over $300 and 500 pounds of canned goods were collected for the Atlanta Community Food Bank! Great job, Yelpers!
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