If the name of this bar doesn’t tell you enough, just know that Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium - better known simply as “Church” - is possibly the weirdest dive bar in Atlanta, and is the perfect last stop to end a night out. This two-story bar is decked out in religious decor from floor to ceiling, and even has red clergy robes you can throw on if you’re trying to live out some weird cosplay fantasy. There’s a ping pong table upstairs for your friend who gets aggressively competitive when he or she drinks, and plenty of space for you to document it over a $2 PBR.
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