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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.
Tap

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Atlanta gastropub in the heart of Midtown, across from Colony Square and near the Woodruff Arts Center. Its patio overlooks the bustling corner of Peachtree and 14th streets.

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Dinner, drinks. Features open-mic nights, weekly poker, and dart tournaments throughout the week.
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.
Brewhouse Cafe

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This Moreland Avenue spot in Little Five Points is a prime hangout thanks to its expansive patio and menu of English-style pub food. It's also a destination of choice for fans of English Premier League soccer matches (and opens earlier on Saturdays and Sundays for viewing parties during the season).
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).

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

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

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In this economy, nothing succeeds day-to-day like the formula of the neighborhood pub: good food, low prices and lots of booze. That--and quite a crowd--is what you'll find most evenings at P'cheen. There's much on the regular menu from cultures as diverse as Jamaica, the U.K. and Mexico. Vegetarians won't go hungry, either. If you're a meat eater, though, you definitely want to get to P'cheen on Monday night when the restaurant hosts "Mike's Bone Lick BBQ." The stuff beats most of the barbecue around town.
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