When too many of your weeknights have already included a glass of cheap wine on a bar stool, head to Victory Sandwich Bar in Inman Park with a group of friends. Play some ping pong over a few whiskey Coke slushies, or if it’s super crowded, get a Vicnic Basket, which includes a blanket, sodas, sides, and a few sandwiches for under $30, and head to the BeltLine instead. The park is a much better place to pretend you don’t have to go back to work tomorrow anyway.
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