Best Atlanta Bar to Drink Alone

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Best Bar to Drink Alone - Manuel's Tavern was the 2015 Best of Atlanta Winner


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Below are our recommendations for Drinking Alone Bars in Atlanta. These selections came from our past winners of Best of Atlanta, recommendations from readers who voted in the past 2 years of Best of and from our critic’s personal choices. Please leave comments below about your ideas to add to this list.

Best Drinking Alone Bars

Poncey-Highland institution is a home away from home to the politicians, artists, and madmen it’s drawn as clientele for decades. Full menu includes a variety of good burgers and organic eggs fresh from its rooftop coop. A renovation of the building and a refurbishment of the tavern is coming in 201... | more...

The Albert is a comfortable neighborhood watering hole that serves consistently good bar food and drinks. It’s also a great place to catch a sports game on TV or screen the latest episode of the “The Walking Dead.” | more...

This Poncey-Highland institution next to the Plaza Theatre oozes comfortable hole-in-the-wall atmosphere. Its small outdoor patio, satisfying bar-food menu and killer old-school jukebox make it a quintessential hangout, although quiet conversation can be hard to come by. There’s also a cozy, semi-pr... | more...



More Drinking Alone Bars

The Porter delivers with a cheap, thoughtful, and satisfying menu, and beer to match. Most of the food is designed to please beer drinkers, and the regular menu doesn’t get much wackier than the combination of applesauce and the addictive applewood smoked bacon hushpuppies. For beer lovers, the Port... | more...

From Tiny Lou’s website: The food at Tiny Lou’s reads like a rugged love letter to French-American coziness — something like what one might cook for a lover — giddy, profoundly satisfying, conspiratorial — as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin. Cooking like this is sometimes called comfort ... | more...

CL: This Little Five landmark bills itself as a combination theater and nightclub, and its mixture of tables and theater-style seating bears out that description. The atmosphere is looser than at theaters like the Fox, to boot. Variety largely hosts national acts that appeal to those over 30 — alt-country singer-songwriters, prog-rock reunions, ’80s alt-rock pioneers and the like.
Variety Playhouse is the winner of numerous Best Of awards over the years. | more...
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