Edgewood’s Georgia Beer Garden serves more than 100 different local beers and ciders and their big back patio is the perfect place to spend the warmer months working your way through the list. While it started out as just a bar, this place recently started serving food, including sausages, sandwiches, and fries topped with things like chorizo and Kung Pao sauce. Between the backyard, drink selection, and food for when you get hungry after a few pints, this place will quickly become one of your go-to weeknight spots.
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