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The Buckhead Theatre

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After a two-year restoration project, this longtime landmark (originally opened in 1931) reopened its doors as the Buckhead Theatre in 2010. The space hosts a wide variety of concerts, theatrical performances and other events.
Tongue & Groove

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One of Atlanta's longest-running nightclubs and lounges.

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Pink Pony

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There are strip clubs, and then there are Atlanta strip clubs. The Pink Pony sits atop an extended list of adult emporiums for the city, but it's the sheer size that topples the competition. Don't shy away from the buffet either; it's a real staple for the club's overall charm. Whether you're flying solo or celebrating with friends, the Pink Pony caters to every desire.

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Club for swingers — and we don’t mean swing dancing — is alcohol-free.

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Metro Atlanta's oldest jazz club hosts live music seven nights a week, usually until 2 a.m., ranging from local jam sessions to national acts.
Steve's Live Music

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This intimate space in Sandy Springs is worth the drive to catch local and national singer-songwriters and performers. There's a weekly open bluegrass jam, and music workshops are also offered. Guests can avail themselves of the full bar, and a limited menu with such fare as hummus, flatbreads, salad and a black bean burger.
The Punchline

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Scope out the glossy head shots that line the walls of this barely OTP comedy institution and you’ll see that everyone from John Stewart to Jeff Foxworthy has performed here. It’s an excellent place to take a date, but don’t sit too close to the stage — lest you be heckled by the talent. Reservations are required, and every Wednesday is open-mic night.
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