Father’s day is the perfect day for families and friends to celebrate the father figures in their lives. This year take dad to a place centered on what dad likes to do. Dads who enjoy aviation and runways should visit Elevation Sky Bar. The “cowboy” thrill-seeking dads may enjoy a fun ride on the mechanical bull at Electric Cowboys or dancing to the Electric Slide. For dads preferring a night that revolves around sports, Dantanna’s is the place and dads wanting to kick back at a roof top lounge should go to Whisky Blue in Buckhead. For dads seeking a good blues dive, Northside Tavern should be considered. ‘Hotlanta’ is home to several places to grab a drink with dad on his special day, it’s up to you to choose wisely.
Elevation Sky Bar & Chophouse
1723 McCollum Parkway, Suite B 600
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 485-7469
www.elevationatlanta.com

This sky bar is home to nitro martinis and margaritas that not only taste delicious but are fun to watch the bartender make. The restaurant and bar located at McCollum Airport provides panoramic views in an eclectic environment. Wall-to-wall windows allow for breathtaking views of the runway, night time is particularly beautiful. Grab a drink or eat a meal everything tastes good. This bar and restaurant won’t disappoint. “Drink specials for fathers [are] half-off liquid nitrogen martinis for father’s who mention it to their server. We will also have our Father’s Day brunch until 4 p.m. and dinner starts at 5 p.m.,” said owner Michael Bowman.

Electric Cowboys
1750 N. Roberts Road
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 485-7469
www.electriccowboy.com

Electric Cowboys is home to a mechanical bull, several pool tables, and a giant dance floor. This place is perfect for “cowboy dads” who like to drink, play pool, ride the bull or dance. Nightly drink specials and live entertainment makes this the place to celebration. For the dad who lives large and likes to party, this is where you want to go. The hostesses welcome you with a friendly smile and no matter how busy it gets the service is great. Take dad to Electric Cowboys for a night he will not forget. “Come in and ask for me,” said Electric Cowboys General Manager Justin Gillis, “I want to make sure dads have fun.” 

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Dantanna’s
3400 Around Lenox Drive, Suite 304
Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 760-8873
www.dantannas.com/dantannas-buckhead

This bar and restaurant caters to sports fan and cigar enthusiast. Providing a wide selection of drinks and the best surf and turf in town. This place is known as Atlanta’s best upscale sports bar and cigar lounge. Here, dad’s who enjoy watching sports and good cigars will be right at home. Whether it’s brunch, lunch, dinner or a late night snack, Dantanna’s is a great place to celebrate dad.

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Northside Tavern
1058 Howell Mill Road N.W.
Atlanta,GA 30318
(404) 874-8745
www.northsidetavern.com

Northside Tavern has various drinks for dad to enjoy. This special gem is known as Atlanta’s house for the blues and has a mystic history which is revealed by portraits on the “Wall of Fame.” Portraits dedicated to true fathers of jazz and blues who performed at the tavern. Known for it’s dive type atmosphere this place is for dads that love the blues, enjoy a good toddy, cold beer or fine bottle of wine.

Whiskey Blue
3377 Peachtree Road
Atlanta, GA 30326
(678) 500-3190
www.facebook.com/whiskeyblue

Whiskey Blue is located on the rooftop of the W Hotel in Buckhead. This magical place provides relaxation or excitement depending on your mood. The drinks are good, the view is phenomenal, and the environment superb. Hostesses are available and ready to take your order and waiting is never a problem. The drinks are phenomenal as well as their appetizers. The key ingredient to this bar-lounge is the scenery not many views like it. This is a great place for dad to enjoy tasty drinks in a relaxed environment.

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Journalist, public relations specialist and insurance agent, Spector moved to Kennesaw from Miami in 2001. Her passion for writing stems from her grandma’s love of reading. Author of the “Ask Linda” column in the Sentinel and several articles. In 2012 Kennesaw State University awarded her “Best News Story Award.” Goals include communicating news and helping small businesses navigate the digital global terrain. Read more on Examiner.com.
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