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Best Pubs in Atlanta

June 29, 2011 4:47 PM

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Kick back, relax and share some food and drink with your friends.

Brewhouse Café

401 Moreland Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

Known as Atlanta’s premier soccer bar, Brewhouse Café shows matches from every league around the world on their many high definition TVs. Not only is soccer a priority at this bar, you can also watch basketball, baseball, football, rugby, cricket, and hockey. Enjoy a pint of beer on their huge patio or sit inside and eat from their all day menu 7 days a week. It’s a very inviting atmosphere, as you can meet locals with the same interests as you cheer on your team to victory.

Fado Irish Pub Bartender


Fadó Irish Pub

273 Buckhead Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30305

Home to exclusive coverage of live Irish and European sporting events, Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant brings Irish culture to you. The 3-story venue includes an oversized fireplace on the ground floor and a rooftop patio with heated floors. Their menu is full of traditional Irish foods including bangers, rashers, white and black pudding, and boxty (potato dish). This is a great place for socializing with friends and family, or cheering on your favorite team with a pint of draft Guinness in your hand.

Hand in Hand

752 N Highland Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

The Hand in Hand offers great specials throughout the week including: ½ price menu on Mondays, $2 burgers on Tuesday, Wednesday trivia, Thursday’s 80’s night, $5 fish and chips on Friday, live bluegrass on Saturdays, and $1 fundays on Sundays. This pub has a fun environment that is known to have themed parties including a zombie pub-crawl and tackiest Christmas sweater contest. There’s a lively outdoor patio where you can enjoy a traditional English breakfast or sit inside their comfy traditional pub setting with a pint of Stella Artois.

Cypress Creek Pint and Plate Patio


Cypress Street Pint & Plate

817 West Peachtree, Suit E-125
Atlanta, GA 30308

Want something different than an American sports bar? Cypress Street Pint & Plate has the look and feel of a traditional pub only it’s a bit more modernized. Its menu is full of pub like grub and a drink menu that is full of variety. Make sure to stop by for happy hour with ½ off appetizers like meatball sliders and cypress corn puppies and ½ off drinks.

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