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8.0

Big Game Sports Bar & Grill

$$$$

720 Ralph McGill Blvd NE Unit 1, Atlanta
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Options are the name of the game at this new Old Fourth Ward sports bar. You can either sit in the elevated viewing area, at one of the high-top tables near the dartboards, around the horseshoe-shaped bar or out on the covered patio. Once you get to your spot, you’ll have five flavors of good-sized wings to pick from: mild, hot, teriyaki, barbecue, and lemon pepper. We’ll save you decision-making time; the latter soaks best in Big Game’s crispy-but-not-too-hard wing skin.

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