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5 Seasons Brewing Company - Sandy Springs

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With a beer selection wide enough to please anyone from a keg-standing frat boy to a true connoisseur, Five Seasons Brewing Company serves up passionately crafted, in-house brews that give you plenty of bang for only a few bucks. Decent farm-focused all-American brewery menu.
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.
The Albert

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The Albert is a comfortable neighborhood watering hole that serves consistently good bar food and drinks. It's also a great place to catch a sports game on TV or screen the latest episode of the "The Walking Dead."
Augustine's

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This neighborhood gastropub built in a refurbished filling station formerly known as Young Augustine's is a neighborhood favorite for its vast beer selection, laid-back atmosphere, and oh-so-sweet menu offerings, including the short rib grilled cheese and pimento cheese BLT sandwiches.
Brick Store Pub

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This outstanding neighborhood pub, complete with an upstairs Belgian bar that has potent brews on tap, offers roughly 215 beers. The menu’s beer descriptions are humorous and approachable. The service is so friendly, no one will look you askance if you simply order a bottle of Sweetwater 420.
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 Glenwood

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A friendly neighborhood gastropub in the heart of East Atlanta Village, the Glenwood offers a great hangout. Its handsomely appointed interior is a fine spot for socializing or watching a sporting event, and its kitchen turns out moderately priced, satisfying fare a notch above average pub grub.
Highland Tap

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Looking to drink yourself under the table under the city? Since the late 1980s, this subterranean restaurant billing itself as Virginia-Highland's oldest steakhouse has churned out what are considered some of Atlanta's best martinis (they come with a "sidecar" — a little extra shot of booze).
Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub

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Located in Village Place Brookhaven, this bistro and pub is run by executive chef Joey Riley, formerly of the Buckhead Diner, and has an assortment of craft beers. Kaleidoscope offers "global comfort food," such as a burger with pimento cheese, chow-chow, and butter pickles.

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Gastropub in a quaint former house serves up British food and beers in a casual setting. Live music on weekends.
Manuel's Tavern

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Poncey-Highland institution is a home away from home to the politicians, artists, and madmen it's drawn as clientele for decades. Full menu includes a variety of good burgers and organic eggs fresh from its rooftop coop. A renovation of the building and a refurbishment of the tavern is coming in 2016.

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Marietta is for those who yearn for the guilty pleasures of junk food American style. The decor appears neglected with beaten up linoleum flooring, cracked vinyl booths, and patched walls hidden under a haze of smoke. But don't come here for the decor. The 30 varieties of mouth-watering wings from mild to sweating-after-the-first-bite hot draw you in and keep you there Don't forget the sandwiches either. The Philly cheesesteak is pure salty, goopy cheese satisfaction on a cushy roll. The Brazilian tunes and spicy wings will put the life back into your day.
The Marlay House

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Irish owners runs this Dublin-style tavern serving a variety of beers and pub grub.

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Relaxed neighborhood vibe paired with classic American tavern fare and spirits.
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