If you’re beach-starved and want somewhere that will make the city feel a little less landlocked, Watchman’s in Krog Street Market is the place. The entrees on their seafood-heavy menu can get pricey, so stick with the small plates like grouper tartare and a shrimp roll, and definitely get the hush puppies. Bring a group to test out their impressive oyster selection, and make sure to get a spritz or daiquiri, too.
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One Eared Stag
One Eared Stag in Inman Park has a menu of interesting small plates and entrees, and a Monday family-style fried chicken dinner.
Lloyd’s Restaurant and Lounge
Lloyd’s in Inman Park is like a 1980s fever dream of a restaurant - with its wood paneled walls, booths, and menu of old school staples.
With vintage signs on the walls and a huge menu, Folk Art in Inman Park is a great place for a casual weeknight meal or weekend brunch.
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Murphy’s in the Virginia Highlands has a long, varied menu and is your answer when your group can’t decide where to go.
Twain’s Brewpub & Billiards
Twain's in Decatur is like your childhood dream come true with games like foosball, pool, and darts, along with food and booze.
Punch Bowl Social
Punch Bowl Social is where you got after a Braves game when you want to eat, drink, bowl, sing karaoke, or play arcade games.
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Anis Cafe & Bistro
Anis is one of our favorite places in Buckhead to get wine drunk outdoors, especially while surrounded by plants and eating a croque monsieur.
Going to Gunshow is kind of like having dinner at your coolest coworker’s house: It’s loud, fun, and you never quite know what they’re going to serve.
Donetto in West Midtown is where you should go for a night out to eat Italian food and drink plenty of wine.
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