Bars in Fairburn

Hookah with Chips and Soft Drinks for Two or Four at Up N' Smoke Hookah Lounge (Up to 55% Off)

Up N' Smoke Hookah Lounge

Atlanta-Decatur

$55 $25

Groups of two or four enjoy chips and soft drinks between puffs of hookah smoke in flavors such as fruit cocktail, mint, and blue mist

Hookah, Drinks, and Pub Cuisine, Valid Weekdays or Weekends at J's Lounge (Up to 45% Off)

J's Lounge

J's Lounge

$40 $22

Laid-back lounge features 30 flavors of hookah, drinks, and Greek and American snacks such as gyros and pizza

$8 for $15 Worth of Hookah Smoking — Ole Lounge Bar & Grill

Ole Lounge Bar & Grill

Stone Mountain

$15 $8

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$11.50 for $20 Worth of Bar Food for Two at T J's Sports Bar & Grill

T J's Sports Bar & Grill

Rivermont

$20 $11.50

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Sports bar serves up classic fare such as onion rings, wings, burgers, and fish 'n' chips

Two or Four Hookah Flavors with Non-Alcoholic Drinks at The Blue Caterpillar Hookah Lounge (Up to 61% Off)

The Blue Caterpillar Hookah Lounge

Buford

$45 $19

Sink into leather sofas while sampling selections from more than 75 premium hookah-tobacco flavors and picking up a game of chess or mancala

Two Hours of Pool with Soft Drinks and Appetizers for Two or Four at Lil Dixie's Cue & Grill (Up to 55% Off)

Lil Dixie's Cue & Grill

Anniston

$26 $13

Head to one of 11 professional-grade pool tables, sip on sodas, and enjoy appetizers inside classic billiards hall

Classic American Fare for Two, Four, or More at at Sports Page (45% Off)

Sports Page

Columbus

$20 $11

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More than 60 televisions; all sports and pay-per-view WWE events can be displayed on one 200-inch and three 115-inch screens

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You can order more than just your classic burger or hot dog when catching a game at Dream Restaurant and Sports Bar. Chefs create unique twists on American staples to create a full menu of flavor fusions. They top burgers with toppings that range from classics like chili cheese to more eclectic flavors found on the Island burger—a patty drizzled in Jack Daniels Caribbean jerk sauce and a slice of pineapple. Chefs top the all-beef hot dogs with combinations such as BBQ sauce, bacon, and cheddar, or scoops of baked mac and cheese. These pair with the unique flavors of house cocktails, which range from sweet to sour.

5040 Old National Highway
College Park,
GA
US

In Irish Bred Pub's kitchen, cooks simmer beef in Guinness and brown gravy and stuff shepherd's pies with savory meat. Patrons can dig into Irish favorites or venture beyond the Emerald Isle to taste the cajun flavors of chicken and sausage jambalaya and shrimp sautéed in cajun seasoning. On Mondays and Wednesdays, visitors belt out karaoke favorites, while on Tuesdays and Thursdays they take on trivia challenges to recall obscure facts, such as the name of America's current president.

1155 Virginia Ave
Hapeville,
GA
US

In April of 2011, a group of friends on a fishing trip—all veterans of the hospitality industry—got to talking about their love of food as they cooked their dinner around a campfire. The smoky flavors, crackling flames, and friendship merged into an idea to create a barbecue joint with traditional Southern comfort fare and an interactive dessert element.

Today, diners pile into wood-backed booths to dig into ribs slathered in house sauce, smoked sausages, and a menu stocked with homestyle fare. From three types of mac 'n' cheese—traditional, broccoli, and pulled pork—to fresh-ground burgers made with short ribs, brisket, and ground chuck, the kitchen crew crafts its own takes on classic comfort fare as flat-screen TVs flicker above the bar. The dessert section includes do-it-yourself s'mores that are toasted tableside by a portable burn pit and touted as "the only dessert in town that requires a disclaimer," an honor previously held by torch-it-yourself crème brûlée.

6855 Douglas Blvd
Douglasville,
GA
US

Divan Restaurant & Hookah Lounge serves Persian-influenced Mediterranean feasts amid exotic artwork, plush pillows, and flowing curtains. Hooded lanterns cast a warm glow on murals depicting a sultan's court, colorful modern canvases, and tucked-away corners where diners share mezzes amid crimson cushions or chairs wrapped in silver cloth. As they dine upon dishes such as duck confit with black-currant relish and grilled lamb with pomegranate-mint demi-glace, guests enjoy the comforts of the hookah⎯a traditional water pipe that relaxes users with smoke that combines a touch of tobacco, sweet notes from fruit molasses, and a dash of wispy ghost.

As wispy tendrils of hookah haze dissipate overhead, diners clink glasses filled with drinks such as fruit-flavored martinis and sup on plates of blackened salmon, garlic-butter grilled shrimp, and molten chocolate cakes with hints of tarragon and raspberry sauce.

3125 Piedmont Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

The moonshine is always flowing at P'cheen. Bartenders at this local bistro create seasonal cocktails from a selection of 10 or more moonshines, with flavors that include cherry, apple pie, and black tea. They also serve a full list of classic cocktails, such as the speakeasy old fashioned?a mix of bourbon, angostura + orange bitters?and craft beers. In the kitchen, chef Alex prepares a menu of international fusion dishes that complement the throwback libations. His specialties change with the season, since he sources many of his ingredients locally, but may include gazpacho made with local veggies, Guinness-battered fish and chips, and braised short ribs. Brunch is a favorite among regulars, with bottomless mimosas and a good mix of breakfast and lunch foods.

701 Highland Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Crescent Avenue in Atlanta’s Midtown is a great little row of restaurants and bars, with a full range of options from Irish pubs to upscale seafood. On the most casual end of the scale is a Florida beach-themed spot called Flip Flops. There is a pizza kitchen offering pies or pretzels, but it’s best to show up at Flip Flops later in the evening for drinks with friends instead. If Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville (the song or the restaurant) puts a smile on your face, then you will feel right at home at Flip Flops, with its tiki island décor and patio seating. There’s ample space to meet up with friends for a drink before heading to one of the destination restaurants on Crescent Avenue, but beware: Flip Flops does have a serious frat party reunion vibe. Just go with the flow and you should have a great time.

1140 Crescent Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US