Best Pubs in Atlanta

June 29, 2011 12:00 AM
Best Pubs in Atlanta
Kick back, relax and share some food and drink with your friends. Brewhouse Café

" 401 Moreland Avenue NE Atlanta, GA 30307 404-525-7799

Known as Atlanta’s premier soccer bar, Brewhouse Café shows matches from every league around the world on their many high definition TVs. Not only is soccer a priority at this bar, you can also watch basketball, baseball, football, rugby, cricket, and hockey. Enjoy a pint of beer on their huge patio or sit inside and eat from their all day menu 7 days a week. It’s a very inviting atmosphere, as you can meet locals with the same interests as you cheer on your team to victory.

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Fadó Irish Pub

273 Buckhead Avenue Atlanta, GA 30305 404-841-0066

Home to exclusive coverage of live Irish and European sporting events, Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant brings Irish culture to you. The 3-story venue includes an oversized fireplace on the ground floor and a rooftop patio with heated floors. Their menu is full of traditional Irish foods including bangers, rashers, white and black pudding, and boxty (potato dish). This is a great place for socializing with friends and family, or cheering on your favorite team with a pint of draft Guinness in your hand.

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752 N Highland Avenue NE Atlanta, GA 30306 404-872-1001 "

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