Every neighborhood needs a place where you can get good bar food, a beer, and watch whatever game is on that you can’t find a way to stream at home. In Inman Park, that’s The Albert. Their burgers are great and what they’re best known for, but they also have solid appetizers, like their pimento cheese with sausage and smoked nachos, if you decide to stick around for the late game as well. Besides food, they carry 70+ beers, along with a variety of wine and cocktails, so no matter what you’re in the mood for, The Albert has you covered.
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