After Dark: Best Bars In Atlanta For A Night Out

After Dark: Best Bars In Atlanta For A Night Out

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From dives to cocktail dens and craft-brew havens to wine haunts, here are the best bars in Atlanta to visit right now.

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    The Summer Brewfest at Red Brick Brewing is a featured event on www.XPLRR.com. Download the FREE app and become an Atlanta Explorer! bit.ly/xplrriphone | bit.ly/xplrrandroid -- XPLRR Atlanta via Foursquare
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    Great place! We celebrating and everyone is about to get hammered but me , I'm the dd :) it's all good because I'm about to eat some lam chops -- George Lükin via Foursquare
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    If you want quiet contemplation, you better get here early. The cocktail menu continues to be worth contemplating, in categories like "strong, rich & strange" that let you know trouble is in store. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Pick up a bottle of Cayrum, a 3 year aged dark rum infused with all natural ginger and honey. Perfect as a chilled shot, on the rocks, juices, Red Bull, coke or any mixer you like. ITS LOCAL -- CAYRUM via Foursquare
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    If you come for tiki Tuesdays you can pick out your cup by going to the bar! Gotta catch them all! Tik-e-mon -- Steven Sangha via Foursquare
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    Talk about fresh home-brewing: 5 Seasons has their on-site brewery in the basement so the beers on draught are pulled directly from the barrels the beer is made in. -- Scoutmob via Foursquare
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    If you check in 15 times, they give you % 25 off an app....that's the best deal I've ever heard! EVER. Goddamn gotta love the highlander, still giving cheapskates the finger :) -- Dustin Allan via Foursquare
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    Interested in craft beer and craft beards? Head to Monday Night Brewing and try out their “Fu Manbrew,” a Belgian-style Wit. This Atlanta brewery offers tours every Monday, Thursday and Saturday. -- Atlanta via Foursquare
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    Since the whole idea here is to drink wine, you shouldn't leave without trying Spanish varietals by the glass such as Bodegas Olarra Reserva. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    The confessional on the first floor is a vintage 1800s piece from Yugoslavia & also serves as a photo booth. Get your picture taken in what is probably the only Confessional Photo Booth in the world! -- Oakland Cemetery via Foursquare
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    Buckets of Yuengling always $12 ask about dinner specials; they're usually worth checking out. -- Steve Devore via Foursquare
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    Try the kale ale fondue or the three pigs skillet with its crispy pig ears to start. -- Eater via Foursquare
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