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Behind this green brick facade are some ratty booths, questionable bathrooms, and some rough pool tables. You’ll also find the coolest bar staff, the weirdest DJs, and a damn good time.
During the day it’s a throwback watering hole where you can grab a few cold ones and talk trash about each other’s favorite team. At night it gets a little friskier with dual poles in the back room for, uh, “dancing."
Its name has got to be ironic, because the place is clean, the booze is good, and the bartenders and clientele are plenty hot. This is not to say you can't get a cheap beer and a cheap shot, we're just saying that the ambience is excellent.
Saloon's got a hunting lodge-styled spread with dark leather couches, a mounted deer's head, and a patio periodically filled with plastic swimming pools, serving up tasty bar food like mozz sticks and their signature Saloon nachos.
Ivy's provides a guy-livable, tavern-ish environment thanks to clean-lined dark wood walls/floors, and their signature eats like roasted jalapeno honey wings or house-cut fries/chips toppable w/ melted Brie, Applewood bacon, chicken, steak, chili, etc, then 'wiches like the "Moose & Man" (fried/buffalo-tossed chicken hoagie w/ gorgonzola).
This is where the beautiful people come to have a nip or two. Whether you’re a Buckhead Betty or a Buckhead Beau, you can certainly set up your next booty call, and are all but guaranteed a full meal, flashy cocktails, and flying napkins.
Stop by Fado's Irish Pub and Restaurant for a pint and delicious bar eats like their pork schnitzel sandwich. As far as we are concerned, that are the best and most authentic Irish pub in Atlanta and have the best Guinness in town.
This upscale gastropub on the top of the Buckhead Atlanta development supplies great views, chews, and booze. The bar menu is rich with barrel-aged cocktails, promising the “perfect” mint julep.
Dollar (and sometimes free) drafts, three dollar shots, and giant pitchers of mixed drinks are all magnificent reasons to visit this college (and after-college) hangout.
This gourmet neighborhood spot right next to the revitalization of Buckhead is bringing you awesome food and the deepest drink list in the ‘hood.
This Buckhead joint serves up classic American fare in a relaxed setting. We suggest trying their Hail Mary if you're in the mood for a great Bloody.
Southern Art & Bourbon Bar is a down-South dinner destination helmed by Art Smith, who use to be Oprah's personal chef, which, really, is all you need to know. But I'll continue: it's situated inside the InterContinental with an artistic interior highlighted by vibrant ceiling-hung paintings, plus a spacious, Peachtree-facing patio and three bourbon-focused bars. When it comes to the food, be sure to try the Addie Mae's chicken-and-dumplings soup (named after Smith’s mother) or the braised pork belly with yams and sorghum syrup.
A big patio, wings, and, yes, buckets of beer give you the midday fuel for whatever your business may be. This of course includes your Sunday brunching needs. Oh, and $4 Bloodys and mimosas go so good with their chicken rolls.