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The BassMent

Only a reservation will get you into this Buckhead speakeasy—a tiny, dimly lit room under Apt 4B. Unlike Apt 4B, this space never gets too loud nor crowded—a chill place to extend your night out. Throw in accent lighting, comfy sectionals, a faux fireplace, walls filled with vinyl records, and TVs screening Sanford and Son and the throwback basement look really falls into focus. But don’t expect much more than a vibe since the just-okay handcrafted drinks run $20-$30 and the tasty Caribbean-inspired small plates, like oxtail hummus, are tiny and, at $14-$28, on the pricey side.