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1. TAP: A Gastropub1180 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
2. White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails270 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta
3. West Midtown Corner Tavern1133 Huff Rd, Atlanta
4. Brunswick's2749 Delk Rd, Marietta
5. Cypress Street Pint & Plate817 W Peachtree St NW, Ste E125, Atlanta
6. ONE. Midtown Kitchen599 Dutch Valley Rd NE, Atlanta
7. Proof and Provision659 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
8. P'Cheen701-5 Highland Ave NE, Atlanta
9. Seven Lamps3400 Around Lenox Rd, Atlanta
With an intimate patio space and personable staff, TAP's where to go when you're looking for something a bit more low key but's still got a solid selection of brews and vittles of the gastropub variety.
White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails lives at the intersection of contemporary style and Southern tradition. The menu changes seasonally, but no matter when you stop in, you can expect a Southern tinge in each of the simple, yet elegant dishes, like a charcuterie plate with pimento cheese or deviled eggs with... pimento cheese. The bar is firmly rooted in the South as well, with a focus on wine, whiskey, and bourbon. With refined decor featuring (you guessed it) white oak wood and opulent chandeliers, the 300-seat restaurant is an airy, upscale space for date night, group dining, and private events alike.
Now open beneath the Apex Midtown apartments, CT's new satellite's sporting a similar dark stained wood interior, three pool tables, darts, and a spacious 30-seat patio. Imibing's handled by 31 drafts including heavy hitters like St Bernardus and Piraat,
An upscale bowling experience matched with American pub fare and local craft brews.
Midtown's beloved beer emporium, Cypress's got awesome daily features like trivia Wednesdays and 1/2 off apps Friday.
Located in a renovated warehouse, ONE Kitchen's cooking up gourmet American eats (wood grilled seafood, handmade pasta, and pecan smoked bacon burgers) that no doubt pair perfectly with their extensive wine collection. ONE offers a vast selection of affordably priced red and white varietals from Europe and the Americas, but if cocktails are more your thing, don't worry: ONE's also known for their refreshing, fruity spiked punches.
Tucked underneath the historic Georgian Terrace Hotel, Proof and Provision is a hip brick-columned basement where barrel-aged cocktails and scrumptious small plates take center stage. Whiskey is the name of the game here, and you really can't go wrong no matter what drink you choose -- we'd suggest The Truth, which uses their private label “Edgar’s Truth” bourbon and pineapple-citrus sour. Pair it with bites like black eyed pea hummus, mac & cheese, or the southern chicken biscuit.
An international bistro and pub serving a solid selection of brews and a variety of eats, including things like Thai grilled chicken wings, pork belly nigiri & fish and chips.
This rustic resto is serving craft food and drinks, which means artisan cheeses, handmade pastas, and, naturally, things like their Smoked Bramlett Trout Mousse. Drinks run the gamut from jerk sodas to beer-tails to speciality 'tails.