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The Cheetah, also in downtown Atlanta, wrote on Instagram it would close immediately.
The Blue Flame, which has been open since 1983 in Atlanta's Southwest, on Tuesday announced it would be closing until March 31 for to undergo "a deep cleaning and new improvements." The caption on the Instagram post apologized for the inconvenience.
Tuesday also brought the closure of another decades-old Atlanta landmark, the Clermont Lounge.
Pink Pony in Brookhaven said on Instagram it would shut down until March 30 and directed people to the website of the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC says communities can reduce the spread of the virus if people practice social distancing by staying six feet apart.
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Mayor Bottoms on Monday banned gatherings of more than 50 people.
Atlanta's strip clubs aren’t known for their small crowds or distance between people.
The clubs are known as a front door to Atlanta for conventioneers, locals and musicians to preview future chart-topping hits and where our winners, like Atlanta United with the MLS Cup in 2018, go to party.
Allure Gentleman's Club on Cheshire Bridge Road and Peaches of Atlanta on Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard both posted Monday night on Instagram saying they were open for business.
AJC reporter Tia Mitchell contributed to this article.
Check out how the city’s strip clubs got ready when the Super Bowl was in town...
During Super Bowl 53 week in Atlanta, the city's legendary strip clubs like Magic City and Blue Flame along with T.I.'s new V-Live are sure to be packed. (Video produced by Ben Brasch and Ryon Horne/AJC)