Neigh­bor­hood Bars

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THE BOOKHOUSE PUB— This laid-back lo­cal pub is a book­worm’s dream—books line the walls as do Game of Thrones ref­er­ences. The menu serves up com­fort­ing pub grub while the am­bi­ence will make any night wor­thy of a cou­ple rounds and good con­ver­sa­tion. Open late daily. www.the­book­house­pub.net. 736 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Mid­town, 404.254.1176. Map1/D7 BRICK STORE PUB— The first floor fea­tures 17 taps and more than 65 bot­tles of spe­cialty and high­grav­ity beers; the up­stairs Bel­gian bar has a menu of more than 120 Bel­gian and Bel­gian-style brews. Open daily. www.brick­store­pub.com. 125 E. Court Square, De­catur, 404.687.0990. Map1/D7 EDGE­WOOD SPEAKEASY— This ‘20s-themed bar is lo­cated right on Edge­wood Av­enue within Pizze­ria Vesuvius. Walk through the pizza joint and pull open the false book­shelf in the back. In­side, you’ll ԨŠnd a pro­hi­bi­tion-style den of drinks. D (Tu-Su). www.pizze­ri­avesu­vius.com/speakeasy. 327 Edge­wood Ave. SE, Old Fourth Ward, 404.343.4404. Map3/J7 FADO— Three-level Ir­ish pub fea­tur­ing a hand-milled bar, a “Grand House” area with an over­sized fire­place, Celtic art­work, TVs air­ing Ir­ish and Euro­pean sport­ing events, and a great rooftop bar. Open daily. www.fadoirish­pub.com. 273 Buck­head Ave. NE, Buck­head, 404.841.0066. Map2/C7 FLIP FLOPS— This hotspot , co-owned by Ace Amer­son of “The Real World” Paris, is a taste of Mar­gar­i­taville in the heart of Mid­town. High­lights in­clude huge dance floor; widescreen TVs, a great out­door pa­tio and nine frozen daquiri/mar­garita ma­chines. Closed Su&M. flipflop­sat­lanta.com/. 1140 Cres­cent Ave. NE, Mid­town, 678.705.8555. Map3/C5 THE MID­WAY PUB— This East At­lanta pub is a fa­vorite among lo­cals (and sports en­thu­si­asts). The am­ple pa­tio holds dozens of ta­bles. Staff wel­come dogs on the pa­tio, set­ting out wa­ter bowls and am­ple head-pats to keep furry friends happy. Two-legged vis­i­tors will find their hap­pi­ness in the am­ple beer se­lec­tion and food menu, which fea­tures el­e­vated pub fare. Open M-Sa 11 am-2:30 am, Su 11 am-mid­night. www.themid­way­pub.com. 552 Flat Shoals Ave. SE, East At­lanta, 404.584.0335. Map1/D8 MILLTOWN ARMS TAV­ERN— This lo­cal wa­ter­ing hole is an un­pre­ten­tious, neigh­borly bar with a fairly im­pres­sive menu of bar bites, starters and plates, in­clud­ing the self-pro­claimed “best jumbo wings on Carroll Street.” L&D (daily). Open late nightly. www.mill­town­tav­ern­cab­bage­town.com. 180 Carroll St., Cab­bage­town, 404.827.0434. Map1/D7 ORMSBY’S— This neigh­bor­hood tav­ern of­fers a full bar and fresh pub fare from Chef An­drew Smith, plus ex­ten­sive craft beer of­fer­ings and a game se­lec­tion that in­cludes bocce ball, darts, pool and shuf­fle­board. www.orms­bysat­lanta.com. 1170 How­ell Mill Road, West­side, 404.968.2033. Map3/A3 SIS­TER LOUISA’S CHURCH OF THE LIV­ING ROOM & PING-PONG EM­PO­RIUM— This out­ra­geous bar on Edge­wood Av­enue isn’t for ev­ery­one—you’ll find owner Grant Henry’s (al­ter ego Sis­ter Louisa) bold art­work crowd­ing the walls and ran­dom items hang­ing from the ceil­ing. This jam­packed stop fea­tures a ping-pong ta­ble up­stairs and an open-air pa­tio out back. Church or­gan karaoke W. Open late nightly. www.sis­ter­louisas­church. com. 466 Edge­wood Ave. SE, Old Fourth Ward, 404.522.8275. Map1/D7 THE SOS TIKI BAR— At this small tiki tem­ple, you’ll find a menu of Poly­ne­sian-in­spired cock­tails, in­clud­ing a bevvy of rum-filled bev­er­ages, frozen cock­tails and punch bowls. A lim­ited food menu of tasty tiki sta­ples, like co­conut shrimp, tikiyaki slid­ers and pineap­ple gua­camole, is also of­fered. Opens at 6 pm daily. Closed S. 340 Church St., De­catur, 404.377.9308. $$ Map1/D7 WRECK­ING BAR BREWPUB— Brewer Chris Terenzi is known for his Bel­gian-style and hoppy Amer­i­can ales; the “beer-cen­tric” menu fea­tures up­dated takes on pub grub. Open daily. www.wreck­ing­bar­brew­pub.com. 292 More­land Ave. NE, Lit­tle Five Points, 404.221.2600. Map1/D7

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