The next time you need somewhere that you and your friends can walk into last minute, go to Midway Pub. They have bocce ball and corn hole, surprisingly great bar food, and lots of big picnic tables on their dog-friendly patio. So when plans fall through or a small group turns into a much larger one, this East Atlanta Village spot is here for you.
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