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Whether in town for business or a conference or just indulging in a weekend staycation as a local, grab drinks at one of these hotel bars around Atlanta. Send Eater Atlanta the details via the tipline. Some ly listed hotel bars may be temporarily closed and have been removed from this map. Disclaimer: A mask mandate is currently in place for the city of Atlanta requiring all people, regardless of vaccination status, to wear masks indoors in public places, including private businesses and establishments. The latest CDC guidance for vaccinated diners during the COVID outbreak is here ; dining out still carries risks for unvaccinated diners and workers.
Please be aware of changing local rules, and check individual restaurant websites for any additional restrictions such as mask requirements. Find a local vaccination site here. New to the Atlanta hotel scene, Drawbar cocktail bar and lounge inside the Bellyard is becoming a popular spot to grab drinks along busy Howell Mill Road.
The bar resides on the third floor and features an outdoor terrace and serves food from chef Christina Wai. As for drinks here, look for a menu filled with classics, alongside original concoctions, wines by the glass, beer, and nearly spirits.
With views of the Porsche Experience track below and planes landing at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport beyond it, outdoor dining on the rooftop patio at the Kimpton Overland Hotel features Mediterranean fare paired with classic cocktails. For one of the best views Atlanta has to offer, head straight to the top of the Glenn Hotel and into SkyLounge bar and its patio.
The degree bar is enclosed in glass, so even on the chilliest of evenings, one can still enjoy a cocktail. The bar offers a limited food menu, too. Instead, the TVs are tuned into the football, baseball, basketball, or soccer game of the moment. Order an ice cold martini paired with bar bites like duck confit sliders, fig jam, and arugula.
A truly unique experience in Atlanta, the iconic Sun Dial restaurant atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza gives diners a birds-eye view of the city skyline from feet above the street. For those seeking drinks before or after dinner, grab a seat at the bar here or in one of the lounging areas. Visitors can sip on Prohibition-style cocktails at the dramatic circular bar inside Hotel Indigo-Downtown. Cocktail names pay homage to the late John Portman, the architect responsible for much of the Atlanta skyline. Local booze purveyors like O4W Distillery and Enjoy bar bites with that round of drinks, including a Georgia meat and cheese board and a wide array of grain bowls.
Or, grab a seat and sip on a glass of burgundy, chenin blanc, or champagne. Located in the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton Downtown, the Lumen Lounge fills the space with comfort and ease. Live jazz provides a quiet background for the cocktail menu brimming with classic drinks. A well-crafted Manhattan surpasses flashier cocktails on the menu here.
Try the Lady Victoria made with vodka, lemon, cocchi americano, and rosemary while soaking in the moody vibe here. Keep an eye out for celebrities, too. They often call the hotel home while in town shooting a movie or TV series. The bar also serves spins on daiquiris and standard margaritas, both frozen or on the rocks. Make sure to check out the salad bar at Saltwood during lunch for one of the best deals in town. Looking for an excuse to pull out the Sunday best? Head to the St. Regis Bar in Buckhead.
Gin martinis and champagne are the order here. Settle in amongst the dark wood and leather to sip and enjoy. The St. This is where to head for a bit of quiet and classic hotel bar ambiance while sipping on cocktails like a gimlet, coconut pecan old fashioned, or a martini. B also serves local beers and wines by the glass, as well as bar bites, including a rosemary ham sando, a burger and fries, and tomato risotto arancini. Dine outside at Willow Bar on the ground floor of the hotel and sip on spritzy cocktails in a secret garden. Want drinks with a view? Head up to the ninth floor to St.
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By George at the Candler Hotel. Lumen at the Ritz-Carlton Downtown. High Note Rooftop Bar. Bar Margot at the Four Seasons Hotel. Regis Bar. B Bar at the Burgess Hotel. Willow Bar and St. Julep at Kimpton Sylvan Hotel. Whiskey Blue at the Hotel Colee. The Lobby Bar at Hotel Clermont.
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