There was once a simpler time when your local sports bar didn’t have six sour beer options, along with hummus and crudite on the menu. Back then, the Brick Store was where serious beer fans clustered around the horseshoe bar downstairs or the huge Belgian beer bar upstairs. This place still has the largest selection of regional and international beers in town, and since there aren’t any TVs, you won’t be battling to talk over the sports commentary when you want to declare your love for foudre-barrel aged wild ales.
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Mary Mac’s Tea Room
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Go to Argosy in East Atlanta Village to drink a few beers and eat good bar food, or dance to DJs and play skee-ball in the back.
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