The 28 Best Bars in Atlanta

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On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of all the bars in Atlanta. (More in-depth further below). And, each with why it’s best to go.

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28. Atlantucky

A luxury brewery owned by the Grammy-nominated group Nappy Roots, Atlantucky is perfect for the art-centric Castleberry Hill district. One of Atlantucky’s highlights (apart from great beer, of course) is the vintage beer and spirits commercials televised throughout the brewery. If you have enough patience, watch the nostalgic St. Ides commercial starring Snoop Dogg and the late Tupac Shakur. Atlantucky is a black-owned brewery in the heart of Atlanta owned by  Nappy Roots. We love the mood/atmosphere of Alantucky Brewing, the staff’s polite energy, and the founder’s open arm. It’s undoubtedly a brewery worth experiencing and supporting. 

We also love how clean the facility is. The most exciting thing about this facility is that it is a nano-brewery running on a two-batch system. With that in mind, the choice of house beer is impressive and delicious. We encourage you to try Atlantucky’s Hefeweizen and not just IPA. The crowd’s favorite is IPA, which retains many of the flavors of non-bitter hops. Everyone will come back to experience the Hobman Gonero IPA. Apart from beer, the brewery also offers artists the opportunity to display and sell their art on the house’s walls. It adds to the atmosphere. 

Atlantucky has a very open floor plan with two bars, a patio, a lounge on the second floor with another bar, and a wall that slopes down from the center of the building to act as an event divider. You have to check out this brewery if you’re in town. You may not be a brewery fan, but this will be a new “spot.” If you snooze, you lose. They accept credit cards as a payment method. The full bar offers happy hour specials for the patrons. There is a TV present at the scene. This aspect adds to the audio-video entertainment experience at this bar.

27. The Vibrary

The Vibrary

Suffice it to say that books and alcohol are a severely underrated combination. Located just a few minutes outside of Atlanta in historic Stone Mountain Village, The Vibrary welcomes visitors to “come for a drink” and “stay for the vibe.” And with a curated selection of books and vegan-friendly charcuterie boards for you to eat, it’s hard not to cozy up to their bar for a second glass of your new favorite red. This is one of the cutest bars in Atlanta. The ambiance is an excellent and sweet addition to Main St. Candace; the owner is fantastic, kind, attentive, sharp, and thoughtful. 

If you’re vegan, you must try their vegan charcuterie board; it is delicious! Their lavender kombucha is a must-try as well. You can buy their signature candles because they smell clean/subtlety sweet. They also have more items on sale, like gift cards which can be purchased for a friend’s date night. What a gem this venue is! It’s such a friendly & inviting space from the moment you walk in. It’s the perfect place to meet with a book club as I did or to grab a glass of wine and a good book and chill. 

Music playing in the background is loud enough for you to hear but soft enough so that you can talk or read and be undisturbed. The book club host ordered charcuterie boards for the table, one that was vegan and one that was not. This is one of the best wine bars with a vegan charcuterie option. We love that! There is an excellent selection of wines, beer, and non-alcoholic options for patrons. So, this is one of the best bars Atlanta has to offer. Once you visit them, you will be returning in the future when you are in the area again.

26. Atrium

Atrium Bar

On the cocktail menu at Atrium, you’ll find not one but four-punch cocktails. And if you prefer a different libation, you’re sure to find one on Atrium’s extensive cocktail menu, which includes seasonal cocktails and classics. With its hand-painted tile and gorgeous mural, you’d be remiss if you didn’t start your night at the Atrium bar for at least one cocktail (and maybe a handful of pics for the ‘Gram). So, it has a Modern American Menu. Atrium is an intimate restaurant and bar space with enchanting and whimsical energy located at Ponce City Market. The Atrium is a venue where guests can relax on a memorable night, sipping finely crafted cocktails and enjoying an unexpected but soothing meal. 

The full-service restaurant and bar offer a unique blend of fresh local produce and carefully selected interiors of Oliva. Inspired by world travel, we are here to take you to different places and times through every detail. This is a modern American dish, Oliva style. All the familiar favorites are reinterpreted. Located in Atlanta’s famous Ponce City Market, the Atrium is an eclectic and bright rest. The design pays homage to local artisans and craftsmen. From hand-painted tiles in woodwork and bars to floral installations and imaginative murals, interior details are created for and by the community. Are you interested in artisans? 

The restaurant can escape to another time and place by entering a cozy lounge surrounded by colorful curtains with comfortable seating. On the left is a 1,200-square-foot parlor area with hand-painted tiles by local artisan Charlotte Smith and murals by savanna-based artist Kipper Millsap. The restaurant welcomes guests to escape to a different time and place when they enter the cozy lounge ensconced by colorful curtains with comfortable seating. To the left is a 1,200-square-foot parlor, complete with hand-painted tile by local artisan Charlotte Smith and a mural by Savannah-based artist Kipper Millsap. Inside the 4,000-square-foot restaurant, diners are transported to an airy, serene wonderland with large factory windows, floral installations by Atlanta-based floral artist Pinker Times, and giant pink banquettes.

25. Fellaship

FellashipATL

Founded by NFLer Cam Newton and his brother Cecil Newton Jr., Fellaship is a luxe cigar bar that also prides itself on its selection of equally luxe spirits and cocktails. You’ll find plenty of classic cocktails on the menu at Fellaship, but for a truly luxurious experience, you can splurge on a 1-ounce pour of Louis XIII de Remy Martin for $200. If you are planning a visit to Fellaship, keep your attire business casual and make a reservation ahead of your visit. Fellaship is an exclusive intimate lounge and restaurant experience. Born from the creative vision of the NFL’s elite Cam Newton and brother, Cecil Newton, JrFellaship is an experience where class and audaciousness collide. 

A place for those to indulge in the luxuries of fine dining, cigar smoking, and socializing. Authentic southern cuisine at its finest. From their famous seafood pasta to their mouthwatering ponzu-glazed Scottish salmon. Nothing says “Hello, Weekend” like a stiff cocktail accompanied by a smooth cigar. Enjoy a quality experience no matter what your vice may be. We introduce their signature Jazz and Juice Brunch. It is an exquisite experience where traditional saxophone jazz meets 21st-century hip-hop. Every Friday, they kick the weekend off with good vibes brought to you by some of the city’s most talented DJs.

 Every Saturday feels like a family reunion at Fellaship, giving the “grown folks” something to get excited about. On Thursdays, they showcase Thursday Night Football and feature select 1/2 priced wine and champagne bottles for your enjoyment. The dress code is strictly enforced. Business casual attire is strongly recommended. No ball caps, basketball sneakers, or athletic wear are allowed. Ultimately, on Sundays only, sports jerseys are accepted. For men, no shorts, flip-flops, and tank tops are allowed. This is one of the fanciest bars Atlanta has to offer.

24. 12 Cocktail Bar

12 Cocktail Bar

Nothing beats the 12 Cocktail Bar for a fine cocktail experience in Atlanta. Located on the rooftop of Ponce City Market, it rises above most bars in the city. Beyond the physical position, the 12 Cocktail Bar offers a truly crafted mix of drinks by award-winning bartenders. 12 COCKTAIL BAR is an exquisite retreat in the Ponce City Market tower. Whether a private event or a casual night out with friends, experienced bartenders will pour a finely-appointed selection of cocktails. Experience rare spirits and handcrafted cocktails curated uniquely for your tastes by our award-winning barmen and women at 12 Cocktail Bar. Enjoy all the charm of Atlanta with unparalleled views. 

It is in a truly unique and upscale location, higher than any other location. The 12 Cocktail Bar accepts reservations and carry-on from Monday to Saturday. For groups of 6 or more, a 20% tip will be added to the check. To provide the best possible experience for all guests, we cannot offer split bills for groups of more than five guests. In addition, you cannot apply more than four individual payments to the same invoice. They keep the team safe and streamline the guest experience. Ponce City Market’s roof has moved to cashless operations. Cocktail classes by award-winning bartender and  Beverage Director Randy Hayden will be available until March. 

Enjoy an exclusive and intimate class environment and make homemade cocktails. 12 is a fine cocktail experience. So, they ask guests to dress appropriately. People under the age of 21 are not allowed to enter the bar. All guests must have a valid ID. Therefore, this is a non-smoking bar with all smoking facilities. Other prohibited items are cakes, balloons, and all ornaments. This is one of the best rooftop bars available in Atlanta. So, if you are in town, you should give this a try.

23. 5 Church

5 Church

The literal writing on the walls at 5 Church may be a lot to take in, but the Colony Square mainstay’s cocktails are so exceptionally smooth that you’ll be ordering another drink in no time. The Egress—a light tipple made with Tito’s vodka, simple lemon juice, strawberries, and basil—goes excellent with appetizers like the Sushi Tots or the Baked Oysters, but if you want to go to church, make sure you order the Holy Water with Bulleit bourbon, sweet tea, lemon juice, blackberries, mint, and blue agave. 

This is a hip locale for steaks & New American fare in an upscale space, plus cocktails & weekend brunch. 5Church is located in Midtown’s Colony Square. Under the guidance of chef Mark Alba, the restaurant serves dinner, weekday lunch, and weekend brunch. Reservations may be made via OpenTable, and valet and validated parking are available. 5Church takes personality and politely asks you to respect your guest’s clothing choices. Please refrain from athletic jerseys; wear sweatpants, flip-flops, mules, crocs, ball caps, and swimwear. Please refrain from wearing sleeveless shirts. Impressive dress! The Rooftop Cocktail Club Virtue offers a unique atmosphere, views, and menus. It’s the perfect spot to drink before and after dinner at 5Church or spend the night in the city with your friends. Virtue is over 21 years old and is open from 5 pm tonight. 

Please note that the Virtue menu is only available in Virtue, and the 5Church menu is not offered in the Virtue area. 5Church’s innovative interior design and sophisticated atmosphere make it the perfect environment for your next business, social, or charity event. Whether an intimate dinner party or an extravagant gala for 250 or more, their staff can create a truly memorable experience for you and your guests. Their private dining menus are based on seasonal availability and are subject to change.

22. Cooks & Soldiers

Cooks & Soldiers

Cooks & Soldiers is an upscale restaurant serving Basque tapas & more significant shareable portions cooked on a wood-burning grill. Food-wise, Cooks & Soldiers has a lot of outstanding menu options, from traditional Basque plates like the Piperade stew to whole fish entrees like the Pescado à la Parilla. However, don’t let all of that gourmet goodness distract you from the fact that Cooks & Soldiers’ beverage program is heavy in Atlanta’s cocktail scene. Whether you’re dining in for dinner with family or opting to sit at the bar, you have to try C&S’s signature cocktails. 

If you need a great place to start, go with the May Oui with vodka, lavender, salads, lemon, honey, and cava, or the Baptizing Equelito with Reposado tequila cappelletti, orgeat, lime, and tiki bitters. Cooks & Soldiers are inspired by the people and cuisine of the Basque Country of Spain and France. The Spaniards call it Pais Vasco. The Basques are called Euskal Herria. It represents thousands of years of intense independence, cultural autonomy, and unparalleled cuisine. Pinchos is Basque’s answer to tapas. Borrow the word “thorn,” Pintxos are traditionally attached to bread pierced with a toothpick. The Pintxos bar represents the casual and cheerful side of Basque cuisine. 

Here, order a table on top of Txakoli (a crunchy, slightly frothy Basque wine) or Tart Basque Cider. The Pintxos bar is noisy and lively and celebrates the joy of friendship and conversation over the format of the course menu. Cooks & Soldiers are trying to recreate this environment with the toasted Pintxos Tradicionales and the chef-created Pintxos Especiales. Asador at Cooks & Soldiers, on the other hand, is a wood-fired grill emphasizing the simple yet sacred combination of olive oil, salt, pepper, and smoke. The Cooks & Soldiers Asado is the centerpiece of the kitchen, where meat and seafood are grilled in warm coal. These bigger Asador dishes are made to be enjoyed by serving various fire-baked vegetables.

21. Jojo’s Beloved

Jojo’s Beloved

We don’t know who Jojo or their beloved is, but we do know that this recently opened cocktail lounge is the place to go for retro ’70s and ’80s vibes. From the music to the color palette of burgundy, pink, and orange. Expect to find drinks made with brightly-hued spirits such as Midori. Disco attire is not required but encouraged (by us). Jojo’s Beloved Cocktail Lounge is spirited in humming Midtown, Atlanta. Nestled in a secluded interior of Colony Square, the lounge boasts cathedral-height ceilings, an all-vinyl soundtrack, and a brooding, romantic vibe. Expect oft-maligned favorites from the era of disco and glam. 

You’ll channel a time of skates and tapes when seedy glamor, indulgence, and boogie reigned supreme. So, it is an upscale restaurant serving Basque tapas & more significant shareable portions cooked on a wood-burning grill. This is a Basque restaurant, so the flavors are bold and slightly different from Spanish tapas. They are wonderful. You can also get a well-prepared whole fish, half chicken, or large filet to share or eat yourself. It is a hip and happening place, so it is pretty loud on a weekend night. This is the perfect place for a girls night out after dinner if you’re looking for a chill vibe! 

The drinks are absolutely delicious and the service is very friendly. You won’t be disappointed if you’re coming for the aesthetic and vibes. Make a reservation, though! Jojo’s beloved is a charming cocktail bar with a wide variety of drink options. The music is excellent, and it has a good crowd of people. If you go on a Tuesday night and it will be pretty full, I strongly encourage making a reservation before your visit. They have very friendly and quick service. This is one of the best bars Atlanta has to offer.

20. Drawbar

Drawbar

ICYMI, Atlanta’s hotel restaurants are excellent now, and Drawbar in the Bellyard Hotel is no exception. It’s located within the lobby, but the sweet spot is the terrace which looks over 14th street and has a beautiful skyline view. Catch happy hour aka “Recess” from 4 – 7 pm, Monday through Thursday, for discounted drinks and snacks, and make your next football watch party more memorable by pulling up to one of Drawbar’s special Tailgate Menu dates. The city itself inspires this bar. The Drawbar is a unique bar and lounge deeply rooted in Atlanta, demonstrating its roots even more than in the south, where Atlanta is located.

Built-in a place that once served as a cattle camp and delivery site for everything railroad-related, this place was able to stimulate the heartbeat of the city from a distance and monitor the city’s growth. The history of the town and its connections are reflected in food and drink—a great place to do anything at the beginning and end of the night and in the meantime. We do not accept individual reservations. Group reservations for 8 to 17 people must be made at least five days before the desired date. At Bellyard, spaces that transition throughout the day can be reshaped to meet the needs of all travelers. 

More than just a meeting space, our hotel offers rooms connecting members of the Atlanta community and visitors to the Peach State. They provide small touches and authentic moments that lead to unexpected and memorable experiences that make guests want to share. Bellyard is ideally located at the heart of the fun and excitement of West Midtown’s new interlocking district. The district is pulsating in the heart of the city’s vibrant cultural attractions, bustling and convenient proximity to Atlanta’s top attractions. If we say so, their new hotel is a great place to play, meet, work and sleep in the town.

19. Lloyd’s Restaurant and Lounge

Lloyd's Restaurant and Lounge

It is an easygoing pizzeria with booths & a retro vibe featuring cocktails, beer & appetizers. Sometimes you want to go where nobody knows your name and Lloyd’s hopes (or doesn’t hope) to be that place for you. It’s retro but not necessarily sexy. Instead, you’ll find lighting fixtures reminiscent of a Ruby Tuesday (before the remodels) and plenty of wood paneling. We’re saying it’s an excellent spot to post-up, drink a $5 martini (between 5 – 7 pm) and eat some pizza and pesto pillows. Lloyd’s Restaurant and Lounge was voted Atlanta’s Finest Pizza Parlor by no one in particular. 

From the creators of Victory Sandwich Bar, The SOS Tiki Bar, and Little Trouble comes Atlanta’s newest pizza party: “Where Nobody Knows Your Name.” Lloyd’s restaurant and lounge have been open since November 2018, and it already feels too long. They serve “no-bullsh!T-pizza” and appetizers and try hard at not trying too hard. Their dough is made with non-bromated flour, and cold-fermented for a minimum of 48hrs. They use a 50/50 blend of fancy cheeses, and make all of their sauces from scratch. It doesn’t get any better, bruh. You can drink alone here, or with friends, or whatever man – as so it says on their website. 

From the wood-paneled walls with random family photos to the fake cigarette ads above the bar, this new Inman Park spot appears out of a 1980s fever dream. Take a number at the host station, wait for the ticker to tell you your table is ready, and then order old school staples like spinach dip with ridged potato chips, mozzarella triangles, and a steak or plate of duck confit. This place has plenty of cheap beers to choose from too, but their cocktails are definitely worth trying out. Great restaurant with a 70/80s vibe. It is paneled interior with period furnishings with great booths and an outdoor seating area complimented with attentive and friendly staff. We recommend going for brunch and ordering hamburgers, a chicken sandwich, a fruit cup and a Lloyd breakfast. All their meals are fresh, plentiful, and delicious. Bar area looks inviting and has a generous selection of beers.

18. Battle & Brew

Battle & Brew

Battle & Brew is a gamers’ bar for Xbox & PC tournaments plus weekly geek trivia, with a full bar & pub-grub menu. A geek’s paradise known for its trivia night, Battle & Brew is a gaming meets bar venue in Sandy Springs. The dining room is open for business, as are the arcade games, but it’s also created an outdoor space that’s almost as fun. The space is known as BNB After Dark. The space is accessible from 7 pm to midnight Friday and Saturday. There are projectors and outdoor tables and plenty of drinks and snacks to order. So, Battle and Brew is Atlanta’s premiere geek, gaming, and eSports venue serving great food and beverages. 

It offers a wide range of entertainment, from video to tabletop games, all encompassed by its state-of-the-art sound and video systems. Play the hottest new games or reminisce with your old favorites from our vast collection of titles. Unique cocktails and fantastic food will energize you and have a great time all night long. So, they have something for everyone on their menu! They accommodate events large and small with full-building rentals or reserved gaming stations. Battle & Brew is the perfect place to host your next event and forge epic memories with friends and family! Therefore, this is the first established dining, drinking, and entertainment venue for gamers in the United States. 

Battle & Brew has been an integral part of the Atlanta region’s otaku, gamer, and otaku culture since 2005. Have an incredibly unique experience with great food, delicious drinks, an electric atmosphere, and a never-ending place for games! It covers games of all ages and abilities, from virtual reality to desktops, consoles, and PCs. They have the original, weird, and most challenging trivia in town. So, hundreds of uniquely made foods and drinks show ingenuity and disappointment. We strive to be a popular place for nerds, gamers, nerds, and more, ahead of all our competitors!

17. The Third Door

The Third Door

Set in a former Nineteen Twenties fuel station, this new fashionable bar in ancient Marietta gives lots of door seating. Pull up and sip one of its signature cocktails like the Bolo Break with bourbon, amaro, lemon, blood orange, black tea, and grapefruit bitters. It was voted Best New Bar in Cobb. The Third Door is a craft cocktail lounge, non-public occasion space, and stay-tune venue placed steps far from ancient Marietta Square in a restored the Nineteen Twenties filling station. Those within the recognize, recognize to go through the returned alley up the ramp and inform your server Pauline despatched you for a bit of insider info. 

An intimate space, The Third Door includes three distinctive atmospheres wherein we welcome our visitors to experience their experience. Their best bar room functions with 14-foot polished wooden bars, elegant tin ceilings, and an expansive returned bar of top-rate spirits in a dimly lit environment. The Garage is designed for tuning and activities with floor-to-ceiling level curtains, drop-down cocktail rails, and desk seating. Here you may stretch your legs and experience staying tuned and a drink at one of all our terrace tables, excessive pinnacle seating, or cocktail rails. The Bearcat Lounge is their onsite Happier Camper journey trailer and may function as your very own non-public booth. 

They have six strong point cocktails that they alternate up quite frequently. However, additionally, make scrumptious conventional cocktails. So, if you`re now no longer interested in their strong point drinks, ask for one in all your favorites, and they are commonly greater than inclined to make it for you. The ecosystem is excellent, and they regularly have to stay tuned for a cowl price, and it is constantly well worth it! Also, the bartenders and servers right here rock! Please keep your eyes peeled for one in all their Wise Up Wednesday classes. They are first-rate amusing and of excellent value.

16. Eleanor’s

Eleanor's

Muss & Turner’s is superb for lunchtime sandwiches; however, at night time, head through the walk-in door withinside the return of the eating place, and you’ll be handed a speakeasy wonder at Eleanor’s. The intimate bar functions cocktails like the Brown Thrasher made with bourbon, smoked apple shrub, cedar, lemon, and maple syrup. It is a snazzy bistro imparting innovative sandwiches (Aporkalypse Now) through the day & New Southern delicacies through the nighttime. It became named one of all America’s good delis through Food & Wine Magazine and Food Network. Muss & Turner’s is a deli through day and bistro through night time positioned within the Smyrna’s coronary heart. 

With no culinary barriers and pretense, Muss & Turner invites visitors to return as they can experience superb food and drinks in an informal and amusing atmosphere. Step in the back of the more excellent door and into Eleanor’s, a speakeasy serving craft cocktails and surprisingly curated wine and beer. The body of workers is so attractive and pleasant as well. You shall have one-of-a-kind personnel arise as you will try the meals and drinks. 

The M&T menu is to be had correctly here, so it is a complete provider joint! It can get crowded given the scale; however it is well worth sticking around for a bar seat or desk to open up – you might not regret it! It is a famous little speakeasy withinside the Vinings/Smyrna region. The food is pretty good (e.g., Ribs, Fries, Wings, Burgers). Take your pick. Eleanor’s has a superb atmosphere, even though it receives loud a piece regionally after eight or nine pm. All in all, a high-quality location withinside the Marietta/Smyrna region. You might now no longer hesitate to have some other outing. The vibes at this venue are Classy and Elegant, with a piece of amusement combined.

15. Leon’s Full Service

Leon's Full Service

You can sit down inside or on a shaded patio at this former fuel station. Leon’s is the sibling to Brick store Pub; however, the cocktails are seasonally pushed and expertly crafted. Give the Three of a Perfect Pair a whirl if you need something spicier (eight-yr Jamaican rum, cognac, spiced pear, chai, P.X. sherry, lime, bitters, spices). If you’re feeling snacky, order a few crammed peppadew peppers and house-made ricotta served with grilled sourdough. It is stimulated using a contemporary-day eatery in an ex-fuelling station. So, this venue gives New American fare & cocktails, plus a bocce court. They additionally provide New American fare, cocktails, beer, and wine. This bar offers a complete provider-seated patio and a spacious returned deck. 

They have fantastic food, beverages, and atmosphere. These are simply a number of the approaches they can take to take care of you and make you feel welcome as their visitor. There was a time when you pulled as much as a fuel line station, and right now, approximately four humans might descend upon your automobile with smiles. They might test your oil and test your tire pressure. Clean your windows, fill your tank, and chiefly ask how you’re doing and what else you may want to do for yourself. They intended it with Full Service—the lengthy for the one’s days. Service, hospitality, and visitor delight are their pinnacle priority. This is why they do what they do. They need to welcome you, meet all of your desires, and, if feasible, exceed your expectations. 

They offer the eating place model of Full Service. So, the waitresses are friendly. They will provide suitable suggestions. So, delight is their goal. A lot of locations within the region require reservations, and you may determine to return right here because they didn’t need any reservations. So, you’ll feel fortunate being there. There is a significant number of seating available, and you may not regret it. Leon’s has a fantastic ambiance. There’s indoor seating that’s a form of a darkish and sit-back temper, or you could take a seat down out of doors where it is a bit brighter.

14. The S.O.S. Tiki Bar

The S.O.S. Tiki Bar

The S.O.S. Tiki Bar is a world-class Tiki bar. The tropical atmosphere is intense here. Whether sitting on the patio or in the dining room, you’ll forget all your worries after drinking one or two potent Tiki drinks. Enjoy retro beverages and light meals in a private Tiki bar with a modern, Polynesian atmosphere in the mid-century. From palm trees and flamingos to frozen cocktails served in coconut and pineapple. S.O.S. It’s one of the town’s best spots to enjoy a Tiki drink. Authentic Cocktail Destinations-Despite its small size, the bar probably has the most impressive rum selection in Metro Atlanta.

Regarding bookings, yes, they accept bookings. Usually, you have to give your phone number when you wait, and they have a system to send you a text when your table is ready. It’s very convenient when you’re busy. The entrance is next to the Victory’s Sandwich Bar building, and it’s a little hard to find a parking lot near the restaurant. Therefore, you must park on Sycamore Street and pay about $ 5 in 2 hours. The parking lot is about 0.1 km away. The food is perfect. Try lobster crab salad, spice brisket, and chicken teriyaki bao. Bao is small, but there are plenty of meat and vegetable side dishes. Try M.F.C. nuggets, Longaniza skewers, and shepherd’s pie croquettes. The croquette is not on the menu, so you need to ask the server for the croquette. Longaniza skewers are very delicious!

The sauce on top made the dish even better. Drinks are delicious when it comes to this bar. Try Black Magic, Zombie, Fool’s Gold, and  Fogcutter. They are all exciting and have a unique taste. Service at S.O.S. is very friendly. The bars and bartenders are very nice and attentive. Bars are often overwhelmed by ordering drinks, but bartenders take great care of you.  Suppose you go on a Saturday night around 8 pm and in the frosty weather of January. They will have a lot of heated seats outside. So, if you hate the cold weather, you might have to wait a few minutes to sit at the bar.

13. Manuel’s Tavern

Manuel's Tavern

Manuel’s Tavern has a delicious collection of bar food and a fantastic, old-fashioned bar atmosphere, but the bar’s history is fascinating. The former owner of the bar, Manuel Malouf, known as the Godfather of  Democratic Politics in Georgia, the Tavern hosted many political events and politicians during her lifetime. This is a long-established neighborhood bar with home-style pub grabs, dozens of draft beers, and lively scenes. There are now outdoor seats too! This is a family-run, friendly old-school bar in Atlanta. So, they have great food, lunch, brunch, and dinner. 

A full bar and 41 taps of cold beer are available on stage. This venue can accommodate large groups of up to 100 people with prior notice. Large round tables are available everywhere, so you don’t need to book a group of up to 10 people. This bar is a meeting place for police officers, nurses, politicians, actors, musicians, professors, journalists, writers, and liberals. Many celebrities visit this bar and are undisturbed. Parking is on the other side of the North Highland road and behind the Tavern. The food at this bar is freshly prepared after receiving an order and can be delivered via Uber Eats. They always offer sports and news on TV. The bar encourages respectful political and religious discussions. Manuels is not a “tin and fern” bar. Nor is it the location of anonymous bartenders or unnamed, faceless customers. 

At any time, you’ll find a wide range of aspects of American culture, such as rubbing elbows at the bar, discussing the day’s news, discussing the benefits of sports teams, and supporting the ideas of the century. Here, doctors, plumbers, lawyers, electricians, students, journalists, salesmen, politicians, or construction workers can feel comfortable. They are “regulars” who are the lifeline of izakaya. Manuel’s Tavern has the essence of elsewhere in Atlanta. This is one of the best bars Atlanta has to offer. So, if you are in town, we highly recommend visiting this bar at least once. Your first visit to Manuel’s will be a pure delight! Parking is easy and breezy, which is a lot for Atlanta restaurants. This alone will encourage anyone to dine here again and again. The restaurant is big and spacious. The servers are so friendly and personable.

12. Parlor

Parlor

The Parlor is chic and cozy, with a turquoise mid-century modern sofa, vibrant art, and a bathroom where you want to take a selfie. Enjoy innovative formulations such as Gray Goose Vodka, Blackcurrant, Blueberry Syrup, Gambler & Gallantry with Lemon. We also offer unique snacks such as vegan port bellows, purple cabbage tacos, and lamb jerk pasta. This is Cocktail Den, which gives Prohibition-inspired cocktails and light meals. Drinks are served in an intimate atmosphere. The Parlor will gladly provide that service for your next event. Each event is tailored to your tastes and should offer you and your guests the best possible experience. 

This spot in Atlanta is a cocktail bar. It’s also a good title because the space is incredibly cozy. The unique cocktail menu is delicious with drinks such as Pretty Gin Fizz, Gin Formulation, Elderflower Liqueur, Yuzu Soda, and Butterfly Pea Tea. There is a human cave, followed by a carefully curated bar that functions in the cozy nature of a well-stocked basement. The Parlor is the very latter. According to Instagram, Parlor, a pre-Prohibition-style cocktail bar, is now open Wednesday to Saturday nights at Castleberry Hill. The Parlor is modeled after a room in most 19th-century homes, where people get together after dinner and chat over a digestif. 

Parlor is the latest venture of Alphonzo Cross, the owner of brand development company Quintessential. He has formed a consulting team of experienced food and beverage experts to develop a menu that suits the sophisticated 30-seat Cocktail Den. If you’re looking for the perfect place to enjoy a bite after dinner, check out Parlor, the den of craft cocktails hidden behind the pink doors of Castleberry Hill. Alphonzo Cross, the bar owner, explains that the idea came from the need for a middle ground where people can interact without the rush of a restaurant or the fast pace of a club while enjoying fine food and drink. They do play a music playlist here! House music is a  playlist carefully selected by owners, managers, and staff. Usually, it consists of soft jazz and R & B. There are also live music / DJ nights, which you can also find out on social media.

11. Nine Mile Station

Nine Mile Station

Nine Mile Station is a rooftop bar and kitchen on the top floor of Ponce City Market. Visit the rooftop of Ponce City Market and enjoy a side-view drink. In October 2016, the 9-mile station debuted at Ponce City Market. We serve local, national and international beers, award-winning cocktails, aromatic herbs, fresh local vegetables, and American cuisine with the finest meats and fresh fish daily. From local to domestic and international crafts to IPA, there are always 12 great beers on the market. Their award-winning cocktails are always a topic of conversation, but their chef, who makes your experience memorable with his tasty creations, will have you returning for more. 

You can hit up Skyline Park first and then grab a bite at 9 Mile Station, which serves up the grilled fare, has craft beers on tap, and features plenty of cocktails to choose from. It is a rooftop beer garden with local brews, creative pub fare & city views from atop Ponce City Market. They have craft beers from near and far, classically prepared cocktails, and delicious, shareable food! Their brunch menu has been completely reinvented. Soak in the views of Atlanta`s skylines from our pergola. Book and see you this weekend! It is highly recommended to book to guarantee the spot at the 9-mile station. Visit Skyline Park to customize your experience and get the most out of your rooftop visit. 

Located on the top floor of Ponce City Market in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia, the 9-mile station offers an expansive, unobstructed view of the Atlanta skyline from the backhead to the downhill, with sophisticated interiors. It is an outdoor space. At the 9-mile station, you can enjoy craft beers from near to far, classic craft cocktails, and delicious food. This restaurant offers you the perfect subtle city views. In the summer, you can watch the sunset 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and even if you sit inside, you can feel the calm and warm breeze. The food is delicious and comes on time. So, this is one of the best rooftop bars Atlanta has to offer.

10. Hotel Clermont

Hotel Clermont

Another excellent rooftop option, Hotel Clermont, offers views of the city and beyond. Sit down on the artificial turf and enjoy a tropical drink. A mask is required when moving around the building; once you leave the roof, you cannot go back inside. Located in a 1920s building, this trendy hotel is 1.6 km from Piedmont Park,  3 km from the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and 6.4 km from the Georgia Aquarium. Cozy rooms feature free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, a mini-fridge, a desk, and a sitting area. Start your day at the coffee shop in the lobby and brew coffee at 7 am. French-American brasserie Tiny Lou’s is open daily. Enjoy a drink in the lobby or visit the Atlanta skyline’s rooftop bar.

Some rooms have bunk beds. The suite also has a dining and living area with a sofa bed. Facilities include a casual cafe, a stylish lobby bar, and a casual rooftop bar with city views. There is also a restaurant and library. Located on the top floor of Ponce City Market in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia, the 9-mile station offers an expansive, unobstructed view of the Atlanta skyline from the backhead to the downhill, with sophisticated interiors. It is an outdoor space. Located on historic Ponce de Leon Avenue in the heart of Atlanta, Hotel Clermont offers 94 thoughtful rooms with modern amenities and gorgeous views. They look forward to welcoming you as a guest. 

With a positive energy atmosphere, Hotel Clermont is open to your good times and memories of the following best. Whether traveling in groups for business or leisure, planning a company outing or wedding reception, huddle room blocks, standard rooms, and semi-private areas are perfect for any occasion. This is the central place for parties! Much happens from the moment you pull on the driveway. I must go to the rooftop bar at 8 pm on  Friday. They are packed in old elevators with lots of people, and they are all pretty friendly and ready to be unleashed! So, this is one of the best rooftop bars Atlanta has to offer!

9. Ticonderoga Club

Ticonderoga Club

Ticonderoga Club is a colonial-inspired bar serving seafood, sandwiches, and craft cocktails at the Clog Street Market. Whatever your wishes, the Ticonderoga Club is here for you. You can eat and drink your gorgeous cocktail in a cozy New England room decorated with glittering Christmas lights all year round. However, you can also order TicoToGo to recreate your living room experience. If you want to eat there, you need to make a reservation. What is Ticonderoga? Questions from all new members and honored guests. Ticonderoga: Assembly, assembly, planning, planning location. Noisy drinking and gratitude meals, celebrations, revelations, places of revolution. A home for friends and whimsical strangers.

Ticonderoga: A club where all ambitious souls and honest hearts are welcomed. This bar was founded in 2015. The staff is all very friendly, knowledgeable, and professional. You can see them taking care of all sorts of details in advance, and food tells the people behind them that they are also suitable. This bar has an excellent restaurant, pub atmosphere, and a vibrant menu. The service is top-notch, and the aura is calm. A New England-style bar whose fame extends far beyond the small corners of the Clog Street Market. The TiconderogaClub is home to quirky and kitsch decorations and some heavy drinking. 

This venue is a quiet little restaurant nestled quietly in the Clog Street Market, serving delicious seasonal cuisine. So, the Ticonderoga Club is a place where you can enjoy great food, great wine bottles, and excellent service. After your first visit, you are already looking forward to your next visit! Therefore, The Ticonderoga Club is one of the best clubs Atlanta has to offer. If you are in town, we highly recommend you to check this venue for its chill vibes.

8. Little Trouble

Little Trouble

Little Trouble is a futuristic drink bar with a moody, industrial look, serving creative cocktails and Asian street food. The funkiest bar is on the ground floor of the Westside Provisions District; beware of neon lights. You can enjoy Musini pop-up cocktails and appetizers at the restaurant or order them on the go. This venue is a surprisingly unique restaurant. Little Trouble quickly became a Westside staple with a selection of iconic neon lights, stiff drinks, and Japanese whiskeys. It’s more than a bar, but it doesn’t feel like a full-fledged dinner restaurant. The new lounge with atmosphere can serve everything you crave while drinking: Westside’s latest darling guarantees solid drinks and delicious Asian street snacks. 

The smoky whiskey cocktail “Found Art” does just that. The bar is called a “neon tavern,” which is precisely what it is. They reuse shipping containers and neon lights as part of the decoration. The menu offers tavern dishes with a modern twist. So, the service is excellent, with delicious drinks, food to support them, and a romantic atmosphere. It’s no wonder this place is a good place for a date. As long as the atmosphere goes, a little is very lovely! It has charming and beautiful lighting. 

This is also an excellent place for your first date. The food is so light that it’s a great place to socialize and enjoy delicious cocktails. The atmosphere is perfect. If you like East Asian-inspired food/drink + vaporwave energy, you will love this place. The neon lights perfected the aesthetic, and the service was young, cheerful, and very friendly in a fashionable way. Quietly nestled in the Westside Provisions corridor, Little Trouble is a fun and visually appealing place to enjoy a drink or a light meal. So, this is one of the best bars Atlanta has to offer.

7. Kimball House

Kimball House

Kimball House is more like a restaurant than a bar, but how do you ignore Miles Macquarie’s cocktails? Dining rooms and terraces can be booked at this venue. Combine with one (or two) drinks from Kimball House to create and enjoy one of the city’s most abundant oyster programs. Once a train station, this elegant restaurant and raw food bar offer French-style farm-to-table appetizers. They provide food and drinks that reflect the seasons, farms, and personalities of the people who prepare them. Humility, hospitality, and passion for technology are their driving forces and foundations. At Kimball House, they offer exceptional service and warm hospitality.

The parking lot is located at Arlo Parking Lot on Trinity Venue, opposite KH. It’s straightforward, just 150 meters from door to door. Pay the deck box for a discount. Park Mobile is $ 10. You need to consider car service as they try to make you upset. There is street parking along with East Howard. Kimball House accepts reservations and limited walks. To book a table, click on the “Booking” tab at the top of the official website. We recommend booking in groups of 5 or more. Gold mine! This venue space has Kimball House’s private dining and event space. The  600 m² dining room has a private entrance, terrace, and toilet. So, the Bonanza can accommodate up to 10 to 24 people. The menu is fully customizable or can offer pre-arranged dinner and drink options. 

Additional services include audio and video for presentations and demonstrations, flower arrangements, and decoration services. Everything in Kimball House works. Design, service, and cooking can balance preservation and progress. Nowhere else in Atlanta can you find such a rich and traditionally prepared absinthe menu and bartenders who are familiar with all drinks. Even waiters open like an encyclopedia and help you decide which cocktail is right for you, both inside and outside the menu. People arrive early at this Decatur Joint and enjoy oyster happy hour, but cleverly paired cocktails and complete classic absinthe service set Kimball House apart from its competitors. So, this bar is one of the best Atlanta has to offer.

6.  The Chastain

The Chastain

Chastain is excellent for dinner and breakfast, but it shouldn’t be forgotten as a happy hour spot. The spacious terrace is a great place to avoid rush hours. You can keep it light with sangria (Albarino and vermouth) or choose a more alcoholic one such as vodka, sherry, or male with olive brine. While you’re there, you’d better order some snacks from the menu-can we suggest double-fermented sourdough bread and crab pieces? THE CHASTAIN is a new American neighborhood restaurant at the northern end of Atlanta’s vibrant Chastain Park. It provides an imaginative interpretation of classic home cooking and focuses on sourcing the best local ingredients and seasonal harvests. 

We encourage you to explore the delicious culinary menu and take you on a culinary adventure while enjoying the best of Southeastern cuisine in a laid-back neighborhood. They are dedicated to building relationships with small suppliers, family-owned farms, and local artisans throughout the Southeast. Their diligence and passion are at the heart of all the cuisine served at THE CHASTAIN. At THE CHASTAIN, they are teams and families, and as they get to know you, we believe that if they share a little more about ourselves, we can build a stronger community. Located in a former roadside country store adjacent to Atlanta’s 650-acre Chastain Park, their site is designed to respect the history of the building they live in and the neighborhood we run. 

Located right next to Chastain Horse Park and the Amphitheater, it welcomes neighbors, fellow Atlantis, newcomers, and visitors to the community. It enjoys dining in a cozy and contemporary setting. The restaurant, now known as “THE CHASTAIN,” actually started as a country shop that once existed on Powers Ferry Road when it was a dusty country road. Today, there is a chic district in what was once fertile farmland. An early entrepreneur named John Adam Langford bought 200 acres in the area to grow corn, cotton, and millet sugar cane. A few years later, another Langford was driven by the family’s retail urge to rebuild the store near its original location. Langford later sold hot dogs, burgers, and other groceries in this small country grocery store (now the bar area of ​​THE CHASTAIN).

5. Joystick Gamebar

Joystick Gamebar

Joystick Gamebar is a casual bar with arcade games, pinball, jumbo burgers, and a rethought bar bite. You don’t have to be a geek to visit this bar, but it probably doesn’t hurt to try the games. The funky space is full of classic arcades, table games, and cocktails. Expect easy-to-drink drinks like cranberry sage and bourbon coffee slash. So, this venue is an arcade and a bar. This venue is an old-fashioned arcade with a small amount of whiskey, great beer, homemade cocktails, and killer burger love, all in a relaxed and casual atmosphere. So, they ended up with retro pinball games in the ’70s, ’80s, and 90’s arcade games. They are nerdy dive bars with classic arcades, party games, and lots of liquor. The nature of old-fashioned gaming cabinets is beautiful and unique but temporary. 

They keep their playing skills messed up on their toes. Unfortunately, the ambiguous missing part may invade the radio waves of some postal delivery centers, or the circuit board may have to be sent out for a thorough repair. For this reason, they apologize if any games are out of order or absent. Know that they are working to bring them back to you to give you a romantic moment of escapist joy. Joystick Gamebar was founded in 2012. It started with a bag full of Remus and Romulus and a quarter. Thirsty, they decided to get drunk and fainted exactly where the joystick was. Only after 8 pm do they impose the limit, and you have to be over 21 years old to enter. 

They are all ages every day before 8 pm. It opens Monday to Friday at 4 pm and  Saturday and Sunday at noon. Therefore, their games include classic arcade cabinets, pinball, foosball, board games, and Spot the Tinder Date. There are also console games, Dungeons and Dragons, and karaoke on some nights. Try Oh well Mill Road’s Ohmsby or Decatur’s Twain for shuffleboard. This is one of the best and most unique dive bars that Atlanta has to offer. If you are a fan of gaming and bars, then this is the spot for you!

4. Bar Margot

Bar Margot

Bar Margot offers sophisticated new American cuisine and specialty cocktails in the luxurious atmosphere of the Four Seasons Hotel. Located at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, Bar Margot is worth visiting on an elegant date night. The cocktail emphasizes the freshest ingredients possible, as seen in the window seat splits made of gray goose vodka, Fiero, tangerine, grapefruit, prosecco, champagne syrup, and bitters. If you’re staying for supper, try some outstanding small dishes such as Margot Devil Eggs and Crispy Oyster Mushroom Fingers. Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta’s Bar Margot offers compassionate meals and small drinks in an elegant lounge atmosphere in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. 

Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta’s Bermargot is a Ford Fry concept restaurant headed by executive chef Edgar Cano. So, Bar Margot’s menu combines traditional American cuisine with European and Asian influences. Guests can sample artisan pasta, pork and cheese, espresso, and fine coffee. A carefully selected drink program is shaken and agitated by some of the city’s best bartenders. Since opening in the fall of 2015, Bar Margot has quickly become one of Midtown’s most respected and award-winning destinations. Kano discovered his passion for cooking in sixth grade and decided to dress up as a Halloween chef and has been searching for cooking opportunities ever since. As a result, he began cooking at the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in Newport Beach, California. Mexico City and Punta Mita, Mexico. 

He has also lived and worked in Singapore. Germany and French Polynesia. Kano is inspired by his grandmother, who taught her to master Japanese cooking techniques while incorporating Mexican ingredients to create fusion-focused skills. Booking depends on the time you go and the number of people at your party. No reservation is required, but it is recommended if you are going to dinner. We recommend that you wear bright casual clothing comfortably. The restaurant is excellent and has sofas and tables so you can request what you prefer. The staff is welcoming, and they are very caring! The service and the servers are excellent. They are very knowledgeable about the menu and take their time to explain the ingredients if needed.

3. Bar Vegan

Bar Vegan

Bar Vegan is a club-like bar reminiscent of classic cocktails with vegan tacos, wings, snacks, and brunch. Bar Vegan is located on the 2nd floor of Ponce City Market. With a large footprint, you won’t miss it. This place is pretty trendy with a relaxed atmosphere and music. It’s a great atmosphere to play with friends or have a drink if you’re nearby. Pinky Cole won the belly with a vegan burger at Slutty Vegan. And now she’s trying to catch them again at Bar Vegan. Cole’s new concept at Ponce City Market offers “theater” drinks made from fresh juices. She also works with Derrick Hayes of Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks to provide pure luxury vegan Philly Cheesesteaks. 

Bar Vegan is a black-owned bar and restaurant located at Ponce City Market in Atlanta, Georgia. Like your favorite vegan cheesesteak, Bar Vegan offers fun and healthy homemade cocktails and hearty vegan bites. The atmosphere of their bar is becoming more and more popular in the Atlanta nightlife scene. Great for date nights or going out with friends. Stop by for a drink and stay at the vegan bar to enjoy the atmosphere. They are not your typical Atlanta restaurant. A vegetarian experience is reinterpreted in Bar Vegan. So, all Bar Vegan dishes offer 100% vegetarian dishes while preserving the authentic taste of each recipe. 

Each one of their drinks is skillfully curated with both flavors and presentations aimed to please. You won’t be disappointed, from your favorite traditional cocktails to drinks that come in a fire extinguisher, Ferris wheel, or a safe, complete with musical soundbites. Bar Vegan aims to create an enjoyable experience for those who want to eat well and enjoy a bit of fun and flair while maintaining the vegan lifestyle. Bar Vegan was founded in 2021 by Pinky Cole, Aaron Mattison, and Jason Crain. Things to note upfront are as follows. This cashless transaction will automatically add a 20% tip to every invoice. All the food here is “plant-based,” hence Bar Vegan. This is one of the best vegan bars that Atlanta has to offer. So, if you are vegan, you must visit this spot at least once!

2. St. Julep Rooftop Bar

Willow Bar

St. Julep is the rooftop bar of the Sylvain Hotel on the 9th floor. The terrace wraps around the building, extending into the bar, stylishly decorated with vintage vases and rainbow-colored vases and overlooking the city’s backdrop. Drinks are outstanding highlights, such as rum, raspberries, limes, mint, and club soda player’s balls, which are refreshing. Shout it from the roof: The backhead has a brand new hang. The nine-story St. Julep above East Paces Ferry Road invites Atlanta to a refreshing cocktail, jazz-up bar snacks, and a few days of scenic views. 

Take the elevator to the 9th floor of the Kimpton Sylvain Hotel and take you to a sublime oasis in the sky. Expect a laid-back atmosphere, a weekend DJ set, and the design surprises hidden around the vast roof terrace. The indoor and outdoor areas have a full bar, which you can enjoy all year round. For groups of 8 or more, please make a reservation or contact the event coordinator—Book St. Julep, for a unique birthday celebration. Celebrate your pods in style with delicious snacks prepared by chef Brandon Chavannes against the backdrop of panoramic views of the city. And don’t be afraid of the weather: St. Julep offers indoor and outdoor options for smooth events. 

With weekend sets from top Atlanta DJs and an all-weather indoor/outdoor vibe, there’s always something going on on the ninth floor. Bookmark their website for the latest happenings at St. Julep. They have gender-neutral washrooms available at this rooftop bar. Valet Parking, Street Parking, and Private Lot Parking are available at the scene. So, when you visit this bar, you would not have to think about trying to find a place to park. They accept credit cards here as a form of payment. This is one of the best rooftop bars Atlanta has to offer.

1. St. Regis Bar

The St. Regis Bar is a relaxing luxury bar at The St. Regis Hotel, serving cocktails, wine, beer, and refined comfort food. For a classic martini surrounded by traditional luxuries, visit The St. Regis Bar in St. Regis Atlanta. Located in the city’s leading business spot, Backhead, The St. Regis Bar is an ideal place to enjoy a drink on the way home from work. The rich wood tones and leather textures are soothing yet elegant, and the St. Regis Bar is the epitome of Atlanta’s highest abundance. In addition, there are many opportunities to see people. I don’t know who to meet. At The St. Regis Bar, celebrities gather for cocktails and small plates. 

The patio has comfortable seating along with the fireplace. Backhead’s treasured bar has additional seats in the former wine room for watching sporting events and entertainment. Discover an elegant yet cozy atmosphere with exquisite cuisine at each dining and luxury venue in St. Regis Atlanta. A gourmet menu of fresh, chef-cooked dishes, carefully combined with wines from a collection of over 500 American varieties, craft beers from Atlanta’s most famous local brewery, or cocktails completed by bartenders. It is one of the most attractive places in the backhead. Whether you’re looking for a casual brunch on the aster court, poolside snacks at the poolside café, or luxury dining at one of Atlanta’s most significant private art collections, Atlanta’s Buckhead is an unforgettable dining experience. Please enjoy! 

The Astor Court serves seasonal traditional and famous and contemporary Southern dishes. Enjoy brunch, intimate lunches, and popular afternoon tea ceremonies at the back of the head. Under the leadership of famous culinary, Atlas brings a fresh and innovative approach to traditional culinary. Partnerships inspire their menu with local farms that use the newest and most seasonal ingredients. Each dish tells a story, and the menu is a journey. This bar is one of the best bars in the city. It is indeed one of the best bars Atlanta has to offer. So, if you are in town, we recommend visiting this bar at least once! You will not regret it!

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