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Feeling hot, hot, hot? There are plenty of recently opened bars to check out, too, offering style in spades. 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 not required but encouraged by us. Oysters are discounted Tuesday through Thursday between 5 - 6 pm.
The hushpuppies with chili honey butter are never discounted, but did we mention the chili honey butter? There are projectors and outdoor tables and plenty of drinks and snacks to order. Set in a former s gas station, this new retro bar in historic Marietta offers plenty of outdoor seating.
Pull up and sip one of its s-themed cocktails like the Daisy Buchanan with gin, white vermouth, peach, and rosewater. This is the ideal spot to catch a big sports game or party late into the night with a DJ. The intimate bar features cocktails like the Brown Thrasher made with bourbon, smoked apple shrub, cynar, lemon, and maple syrup. You can sit inside or on a shaded patio at this former gas station. Give the Tropical Americano a whirl if you want something on the lighter side aromatized wine, passionfruit, pineapple, soda, and bitters.
The tropical vibes are strong here. The original owner of the bar, Manuel Maloof, was known as the Godfather of Georgia Democratic politics and the tavern has played host to many political events and politicians in its lifetime. Sip one of their creative concoctions like the El Navegador with gin, St. Germain, tonic, lime, honey, and bitters. Head to the rooftop of Ponce City Market for a drink with a side of views. You can hit up Skyline Park first, and then grab a bite at 9 Mile Station, which serves up grilled fare, has craft beers on tap, and features plenty of cocktails to choose from.
Another excellent rooftop option, Hotel Clermont offers views of the city and beyond. Kick back on the astroturf and enjoy a tropical-inspired drink. Both locations of Biltong Bar are open for dine-in service. As in, you can dine-in and drink your fancy cocktails in the cozy, New England-esque confines where Christmas lights twinkle all year long. But, you can also order Ticon-To-Go and just replicate the experience in your living room.
If you do plan to eat there, a reservation is a must. The edgiest bar can be found on the ground floor of Westside Provisions District -- just look for the neon glow. Little Trouble reopened in September and requires that groups remain seated and that masks be worn around the bar.
You can enjoy cocktails and bites from the Mushi Ni pop-up get the Tokyo fries in the restaurant or order to go. Kimball House is really more of a restaurant than a bar, but how could we leave off cocktails crafted by Miles Macquarrie? The dining room and patio is open for reservations. The expansive patio is an excellent spot to avoid rush hour.
The funky space has plenty of classic arcade games and tabletop gaming, and, oh yeah, cocktails. Expect to find easy-to-sip drinks like boozy slushies mmm, watermelon rum and daiquiris. The cocktails highlight fresh ingredients as much as possible, as seen in the Garnet Rose, made with bourbon, cassis, muddled mint, blackberries, and strawberries. If you stay for dinner, try a couple of their small plates with standouts like burrata with granny smith apple, and crab fried rice. When the Kimpton adapted a s apartment building into the Sylvan Hotel they gave Atlantans not one, but two new watering holes.
The deck wraps around the building, so while you can belly up to the bar itself—stylishly decorated with vintage vases and urns in a rainbow palette—you can spread out and take in the backdrop of the city. Photo by Denny Dulbert. Available for Reservations. Photo courtesy of Bellyard. Drawbar West Midtown. Lloyd's Restaurant and Lounge Inman Park. Courtesy of Watchman's. Watchman's Seafood and Spirits Inman Park.
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