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97 Estoria

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Once a grocery store for cotton mill workers in the historic Cabbagetown neighborhood, 97 Estoria is a restaurant and "hangout for all adults" known for its quirky vibe and vegetarian-friendly menu. The laid-back, smoky bar scene is its main draw, bringing in a host of scruffy regulars.

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Blind Willie's

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A local blues, jazz, and roots institution that's been around for more than 25 years. The North Highland Avenue storefront, with its signature guitar-wielding neon alligator, has persevered through an unpredictable economy on the strength of the roots-based music that regularly fills the dimly lit room.

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Housed inside a renovated gas station, this is College Park's first neighborhood pub. The decor inside is East Atlanta hip, and the specialty on the menu is burgers,

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A classic neighborhood joint known for its burgers.
Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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With 14 beers on tap, 40 bottled selections, and a fully stocked selection of wine and spirits, Cypress has become a local favorite neighborhood haunt for beer lovers.
Dark Horse Tavern

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A handsome, horseshoe-shaped bar anchors the dimly lit space, which is populated by a rowdy, barely post-college clientele.
The Earl

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

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If you're a sports nut, head here to watch any game on one of the two giant projector screens or on the dozens of smaller TVs while you sip on cheap beer and nibble buffalo wings or tater tots.
The Highlander

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Cheap beer, pool tables, and fried food are the pillars of this dingy Midtown strip mall dive. Conveniently located next to Landmark Midtown, this is the perfect place to throw back a few after catching a flick on a Friday night.

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Features the best classic tavern cuisine and updates them to a gourmet level. Customers are invited to watch the chefs work courtesy of the open kitchen, and several plasma TVs show a a variety of programs. If the dining room gets too stuffy, simply walk outside and enjoy your meal on one of the spacious patios.

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A neighborhood pub that includes a patio, flat-screen TVs and a large variety of beers.

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Local bar where everybody knows each other. Twenty-cent wings from 5-7 p.m. daily (dine-in only). Watch and listen to NASCAR every Sunday.
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