Nightlife

529

In the central East Atlanta spot formerly occupied by retro soul bar the Village, you'll find 529 — a tiny, smoky space that oozes cool

The Argosy

This multilevel gastropub in East Atlanta Village is the latest venture from the BookHouse Pub/MJQ crew. Inside, nautical references an

The Basement

Underground club (literally) that is located below the Graveyard Tavern and that plays host to dance parties and rock shows.

The Earl

East Atlanta staple for local and up-and-coming rock bands, as well as nationally established indie acts, and grub for the hipster-PBR

The Elder Tree

An Irish pub located at the heart of East Atlanta Village.

The Flat Iron

A scattering of sidewalk tables, draft beer, a stellar jukebox, and your average pub grub.

Graveyard Tavern

East Atlanta bar with soaring ceilings, a handsome bar, and a young, hipster crowd that parties late.

Gunshow

Chef Kevin Gillespie's dim-sum style restaurant in Glenwood Park serves rustic, new American cuisine from carts and trays making their

Mary's

A super-fun gay bar with some of the best karaoke (or, as they say, "Maryoke") in town on Tuesday and Saturday nights (but not the firs

The Midway Pub

This East Atlanta pub serves above-average bar food without jumping on the gastropub bandwagon. During the warmer months, grab a seat o

My Sister's Room

The L-word is the only word that counts here. Literally, it's the city's best pickup spot for twenty-something lesbians.

Union EAV

Looking for trap? A little EDM to dance to on a weeknight? Union EAV is your spot.