If a club with loud music and overpriced drinks that glow in the dark is at one end of the spectrum, then Argosy is at the other. This brewpub in East Atlanta Village serves over thirty different beers, has lots of comfortable seating, and plays music at a level that allows you to actually hear the person next to you. In the back, they also have skee-ball, shuffleboard, and the occasional DJ for when you feel like dancing after a few drinks. The kitchen also stays open until 2:30am, so you can get a hot chicken sandwich to take home with you, or devour at the bar.
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