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Food, Football & Fun in Atlanta

What makes cheering on your favorite team even better? Devouring the perfect burger and knocking back the most refreshing brew while doing so. Check out our list below for where you can eat spectacular food, watch your favorite football team, and have the most fun in Atlanta.

 

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Sweetwater Brewery
Bad Daddy’s Burger
Uncle Jack’s Meathouse
New Realm
Sports & Social
Park Tavern
Marlow’s Tavern
Ted’s Montana Grill
Victory Sandwich Bar
The Original J.R. Crickets
Sweetwater Brewery

The love these guys have for beer is obvious the moment you put that pale ale to your lips. Soak up those suds with delicious gastropub grub. They have a menu with mouth-watering Southern options like Crispy Smoked Pork Belly, Pimento Cheese, and Smoked Springer Mountain Wings. With ample indoor and outdoor seating, a dog-friendly patio, and tons of fun games to stay occupied, a trip to Sweetwater will have something for everyone.

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Bad Daddy’s Burger

Bad never tasted so good. With multiple locations around metro Atlanta, chances are there’s a Bad Daddy’s close to you. You can’t go wrong with the “Bad Ass Burger” or the “Sam I Am Burger,” but if you really want to get creative, you can create your own with literally dozens and dozens of fresh ingredients, protein options, and toppings. And don’t forget to grab a drink while you’re there! The “Bad Ass Rocks Margarita” is particularly popular, but there’s a limit of only 2 per customer – they have mucho mucho tequila.

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Uncle Jack’s Meathouse

They call Georgia the Empire State of the South, and with all the snowbirds who have migrated from New York City, you could say ATL and NYC are almost sister cities. So it makes perfect sense that the delicious, dry aged steaks from Uncle Jack’s Meat House are only available in two locations – Queens, NYC and Duluth. Whether it’s the steak and entrees like the Ooey Gooey Mooey Burger, the delicious sides like the collard greens, Brussel sprouts, or Mac and cheese, or the dessert offerings like the Baking Bad cookie plate or Fudge Brownie Souffle – you’ll be going back to Uncle Jack’s.

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New Realm

This spot has become a huge hit among locals and is always one big party! Boasting 40,000 square feet right along the Beltline, this brewery is serving expertly crafted beer and delectable bites. Their rooftop bar is definitely a good time guaranteed, and there are plenty of screens everywhere for you to catch the game. Whatever you do, don’t miss out on their mac and cheese!

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Sports & Social

It’s all in the name when it comes to Sports & Social! There are TV screens covering the walls, free interactive games all around, and to top it off, incredible bar fare and cocktails. This multi-level sports entertainment venue is the place to watch any game or have a fun night out with friends. And for the 21+ crowd, the extensive cocktail and beer list is an added bonus. If you dig sports, being social, and eating delicious food…this is the place for you.

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Park Tavern

Park Tavern has it all — yummy food and drinks, beautiful views, and a prime location at the entrance of Piedmont Park.The menu features mostly casual American cuisine, but if you’re wanting something other than pub food, order off the expansive sushi menu, or try an Asian inspired bowl. And don’t fret if it’s really hot outside…the outdoor space is climate controlled, so you can enjoy the skyline of Atlanta without sitting outside directly in the Georgia heat. More reasons to love Park Tavern: it’s dog friendly, half-priced sushi is offered after 10 pm, and $1 house drafts are available when it rains!

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Marlow’s Tavern

Marlow’s Tavern features the “Best of the Best” in American tavern fare served in a modern atmosphere. The menu offers a diverse combination of classic dishes that are updated and elevated. Marlow’s Tavern has a great atmosphere with an open kitchen that invites diners to observe the chefs at work, communal tables, and large cozy booths. Several flat screen plasma TVs are also all around, allowing you to watch your favorite team play!

Learn More
Ted’s Montana Grill

Inspired by the great American saloons of the late 1800s, Ted’s Montana Grill is a reflection of those simpler times. Familiar, inviting, and relaxed, Ted’s is dedicated to bringing people together for honest food served with genuine care and respect. Founded by Ted Turner and George McKerrow, Ted’s Montana Grill proves that good food and genuine hospitality are indeed timeless.

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Victory Sandwich Bar

In Decatur and Inman Park, there’s a sandwich spot that’s open until 2am, serving cocktails like their famous Jack and Coke Slushie and a ping-pong table available for some light-hearted trash talking. Pick a couple of different sandwiches and sample your way through the menu. At $4 or $5 a pop, it’s also great and affordable.

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The Original J.R. Crickets

Lemon pepper, but make it wet. JR Cricket’s has been serving up buffalo style wings since 1982, and they’re an Atlanta legacy that’s both a local favorite and first-stop for tourists. You can’t go wrong with classic buffalo or lemon pepper, but if you’re feeling creative you can also order up their waffles and wings combo, or even a philly cheesesteak that’s nothing to sneeze at!

Learn More
Sweetwater Brewery

The love these guys have for beer is obvious the moment you put that pale ale to your lips. Soak up those suds with delicious gastropub grub. They have a menu with mouth-watering Southern options like Crispy Smoked Pork Belly, Pimento Cheese, and Smoked Springer Mountain Wings. With ample indoor and outdoor seating, a dog-friendly patio, and tons of fun games to stay occupied, a trip to Sweetwater will have something for everyone.

Learn More
Bad Daddy’s Burger

Bad never tasted so good. With multiple locations around metro Atlanta, chances are there’s a Bad Daddy’s close to you. You can’t go wrong with the “Bad Ass Burger” or the “Sam I Am Burger,” but if you really want to get creative, you can create your own with literally dozens and dozens of fresh ingredients, protein options, and toppings. And don’t forget to grab a drink while you’re there! The “Bad Ass Rocks Margarita” is particularly popular, but there’s a limit of only 2 per customer – they have mucho mucho tequila.

Learn More
Uncle Jack’s Meathouse

They call Georgia the Empire State of the South, and with all the snowbirds who have migrated from New York City, you could say ATL and NYC are almost sister cities. So it makes perfect sense that the delicious, dry aged steaks from Uncle Jack’s Meat House are only available in two locations – Queens, NYC and Duluth. Whether it’s the steak and entrees like the Ooey Gooey Mooey Burger, the delicious sides like the collard greens, Brussel sprouts, or Mac and cheese, or the dessert offerings like the Baking Bad cookie plate or Fudge Brownie Souffle – you’ll be going back to Uncle Jack’s.

Learn More
New Realm

This spot has become a huge hit among locals and is always one big party! Boasting 40,000 square feet right along the Beltline, this brewery is serving expertly crafted beer and delectable bites. Their rooftop bar is definitely a good time guaranteed, and there are plenty of screens everywhere for you to catch the game. Whatever you do, don’t miss out on their mac and cheese!

Learn More
Sports & Social

It’s all in the name when it comes to Sports & Social! There are TV screens covering the walls, free interactive games all around, and to top it off, incredible bar fare and cocktails. This multi-level sports entertainment venue is the place to watch any game or have a fun night out with friends. And for the 21+ crowd, the extensive cocktail and beer list is an added bonus. If you dig sports, being social, and eating delicious food…this is the place for you.

Learn More
Park Tavern

Park Tavern has it all — yummy food and drinks, beautiful views, and a prime location at the entrance of Piedmont Park.The menu features mostly casual American cuisine, but if you’re wanting something other than pub food, order off the expansive sushi menu, or try an Asian inspired bowl. And don’t fret if it’s really hot outside…the outdoor space is climate controlled, so you can enjoy the skyline of Atlanta without sitting outside directly in the Georgia heat. More reasons to love Park Tavern: it’s dog friendly, half-priced sushi is offered after 10 pm, and $1 house drafts are available when it rains!

Learn More
Marlow’s Tavern

Marlow’s Tavern features the “Best of the Best” in American tavern fare served in a modern atmosphere. The menu offers a diverse combination of classic dishes that are updated and elevated. Marlow’s Tavern has a great atmosphere with an open kitchen that invites diners to observe the chefs at work, communal tables, and large cozy booths. Several flat screen plasma TVs are also all around, allowing you to watch your favorite team play!

Learn More
Ted’s Montana Grill

Inspired by the great American saloons of the late 1800s, Ted’s Montana Grill is a reflection of those simpler times. Familiar, inviting, and relaxed, Ted’s is dedicated to bringing people together for honest food served with genuine care and respect. Founded by Ted Turner and George McKerrow, Ted’s Montana Grill proves that good food and genuine hospitality are indeed timeless.

Learn More
Victory Sandwich Bar

In Decatur and Inman Park, there’s a sandwich spot that’s open until 2am, serving cocktails like their famous Jack and Coke Slushie and a ping-pong table available for some light-hearted trash talking. Pick a couple of different sandwiches and sample your way through the menu. At $4 or $5 a pop, it’s also great and affordable.

Learn More
The Original J.R. Crickets

Lemon pepper, but make it wet. JR Cricket’s has been serving up buffalo style wings since 1982, and they’re an Atlanta legacy that’s both a local favorite and first-stop for tourists. You can’t go wrong with classic buffalo or lemon pepper, but if you’re feeling creative you can also order up their waffles and wings combo, or even a philly cheesesteak that’s nothing to sneeze at!

Learn More