33 "Bar Food" Restaurants in Atlanta.
Head to Golden Eagle in Reynoldstown for classic cocktails and shared plates in a space straight out of the art deco era.
We'd go to The Porter just for the Belgian fries, but they also have a long list of beers and lots of great vegetarian options too.
Ration and Dram on the border of Edgewood and Kirkwood is a great walk-in spot for a casual drink or for all day brunch drinking.
The Painted Pin in Buckhead is a bowling alley you'll actually want to bring friends to, from the actually good food to the Moscow Mule slushies.
This restaurant and concert hall in Old Fourth Ward is where you head for a night of belting out old-school classics with a group of friends.
Twain's in Decatur is like your childhood dream come true with games like foosball, pool, and darts, along with food and booze.
Brick Store Pub in Downtown Decatur is a beer lover’s spot, with a long list of regional and international beers, and no TVs.
Located above Staplehouse, Paper Crane Lounge in Old Fourth Ward is a small bar serving a short menu and great cocktails.
Lloyd’s in Inman Park is like a 1980s fever dream of a restaurant - with its wood paneled walls, booths, and menu of old school staples.
With it’s massive red-eyed skull above the entry, The Vortex is a bar and grill in in Little Five Points that’s open late and not hard to find.
Little Trouble in West Midtown, feels like a bar from the future, with its dimly, neon-lit space along with yuzu cocktails and sake juice boxes.
Northside Tavern in West Midtown has been around since 1972, and is a classic dive bar with cheap drinks and live music nightly.
MJQ Concourse in Old Fourth Ward is a no frills, cash only place to dance. Head there late, and in clothing you don’t care about.
Ormsby’s in West Midtown is a great spot for groups, with two floors, wine and beer, and games like bocce and darts.
Head to Sweetwater Brewery in Armour Yards for beer on a big patio with live music, or to take a tour that includes tastings.