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1. Vanquish1021 Peachtree St, Atlanta
2. Noni's Bar & Deli357 Edgewood Ave. NE, Atlanta
3. Koo Koo Room1140 B Crescent Ave, Atlanta
4. Whiskey Park188 14th St NE, Atlanta
5. Tongue & Groove565 Main St, Atlanta
6. Andrews Entertainment District56 E Andrews Dr NW, Atlanta
7. Prive Nightclub960 Spring St NW, Atlanta
8. CosmoLava45 13th St NE, Atlanta
Vanquish boasts a "safari chic" interior, with sleek leather couches surrounding shiny sculptures of crouching deer, and a bar backed by a wide photo of tigers surrounding a hot chick.
Noni’s, the family-owned-and-operated neighborhood trattoria in the Old Fourth Ward, was named for the founders’ Italian-born grandmother, and thus classic Italian fare rules the menu. And by the looks of the brick-front building and rustic, soulful food and drink, it may come as a surprise that Noni’s, open every day until 2:30am (and midnight on Sundays), is home to one of the neighborhood’s greatest late-night scenes. Stop in for lunch every day from 11:30am on, and join for dinner, craft cocktails, and wine, and stick around for a wild, after-hours dance party.
Now open Wed-Sat after a limited trial run, Koo Koo's a cozy nighttime lair located beneath Flip Flops, with walls made to look like they're framing brick windows, plus antique, four-leaf-clover-shaped wood tables, orange & red velvet couches, and a neon-
This swanky bar in the Atlanta Midtown W boasts three separate rooms, a lounge, and an outdoor patio for you to sip libations in style.
With VIP features and bottle service galore, Tongue and Groove, brought to you by night club-savvy duo Michael Krohngold and Scott Strumlauf, offers late night partying at its finest.
"8 restaurants and bars, one amazing address" boasts AED, and we think they're right: the District is a one-stop shop for dining and drinking in Buckhead, featuring Czar Ice Bar, Cellar 56, East Andrews, Prohibition, and more.
This Midtown dancey boozer plays host to a rotating crop of DJs, and doesn't skimp on the lazers or fog machines.