Popular among avid bikers, music enthusiasts, and regular locals, The Euclid Avenue Yacht Club is a lively pub that's always bustling with activity. The bar area is a deliberate dive decorated with biker paraphernalia, road signs, and other whimsical decor. The dining room is tavern-like, with long tables frequented by groups. Barbecue features large on the menu and is reinforced by an admirable listing of sandwiches, burgers, and daily blue plate specials.
This traditional corner bar opened its doors in 1956 and has been a local favorite ever since. Known to be frequented by political stalwarts, blue-collar workers, and artists alike, Manuel's Tavern exudes a lively aura, maintaining its yesteryear charm. A family-owned bar, it features a row of barstools along the elaborate bar, where you can enjoy your favorite beer along with the latest game and some pub grub. You can also drop by for a weekend brunch and try their famous fish fry.
Back in 1986, musicians Eric King and Roger Gregory were on the lookout for a place to play with their band Shadows. This search led to the creation of Blind Willie's, today an iconic blues club in Virginia Highlands. Year after year, this rustic and inviting spot continues to be among the top blues venues in Atlanta. Notable legends Junior Wells, Lazy Lester and Johnny Clyde Copeland, and several emerging local acts have graced the stage here. A well-stocked bar is located in the rear, featuring an array of domestic beers and wines. The limited yet delectable menu on offer features Cajun specialties from New Orleans and authentic Chicago and Memphis fare.
Boasting an eclectic schedule of live bands and DJs every night of the week, MJQ Concourse is a lounge and nightclub that is a music lover's paradise. Each evening features a different genre, from rock 'n' roll and hip-hop to reggae and Afro-fusion on different days of the week. MJQ also has a full bar and plenty of room for the crowds that come for popular acts. This club is a great place to go to check out the local talent in the city. Events include pool parties, movie nights, and contests.
If you're looking for a quintessential Irish pub in the heart of Virginia Highlands, then pull up a stool at Limerick Junction. Select from English and Irish stouts, ales and lagers, or peruse the lengthy list of bottled fare. The selection of aged Scotches and uncommon whiskies is particularly impressive. The small stage, back-dropped by busy Highland Avenue, features live acoustic acts and comedy shows nightly, often accompanied by the high-spirited patrons.
Compound is among Atlanta’s bevy of nightclubs and party hotspots. This haven for music lovers hosts weekly themed nights where Asian, international, hip-hop, R&B and a lot more plays all night. MB1 is the non-smoking lounge, where one can sit back and enjoy a delicious, chilled cocktail in the company of the beautiful surrounding artwork. On the other hand, the dance floor serves as the grooviest spot of the club, with partygoers flooding its expanse. When in Atlanta, music enthusiasts must consider spending a fun-filled evening in the inviting confines of Compound.
Beer Girl, Growlers & Bottleshop is a popular pub located close to the neighborhood of Glenrose Heights. The pub offers a wide range of freshly crafted beer, wines, cider, and sodas. You can either enjoy a drink at their pub or buy a growler at their in-house store.
Our goal is to create a unique drinking experience and craft a beer for everybody. By modifying traditional recipes and experimenting with various adjuncts, unique grain bills, hop schedules and yeasts we create a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional styles creating something for every consumer.
The Future Atlanta Nightclub is a thrilling place where music, lights, and fun come alive. Imagine dancing under vibrant neon lights, with DJs playing your favorite tunes that make you move and groove. High-tech screens and dazzling visuals create a futuristic atmosphere, transporting you to another world. Friendly staff cater to your every need, serving delicious drinks and snacks. The club's unique design blends modern technology with sleek style, making it a hotspot for party enthusiasts. Whether you're dancing with friends or making new ones, the Future Atlanta Nightclub promises an unforgettable night of excitement and entertainment.
Nestled in the lively Entertainment District of Fayetteville, Awkward Brewing is a quirky microbrewery. Founder Amanda Poliak’s home brewing enterprise took the form of a fledgling brewery, which welcomes droves of locals to this bustling, inviting space. The bright and spacious interiors coupled with warm ambiance make it an ideal spot for group outings and intimate dates alike. The courteous and discerning staff here promise to make you feel at home and recommend the best brews, which include the likes of Awkward Pineapple, IPAwkward and the crowd favorite, Awkwardfina. When in the mood for a laid-back evening in the company of superior beer, do head to Awkward Brewing.