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Best of Atlanta 2018: Watchman's

28. Watchman’s Seafood and Spirits

From the brilliant minds that earned Decatur’s Kimball House several James Beard nominations for its bar program, this airy restaurant and bar in a corner of Krog Street Market evokes a more youthful but no less impressive vibe.
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24. Empire State South

With a handsome, library-like aesthetic—complete with a rolling ladder gracing the back bar—Empire State South feels like it’s been around for longer than its nine years.
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23. Paper Crane Lounge

This charming little lounge tucked in an alcove above the highly celebrated restaurant Staplehouse feels more like a Brooklyn living room than a bar in the classic sense.
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44. Southern Comfort Restaurant and Lounge

This truckstop honky-tonk is the genuine article: It’s rowdy, cheap, and lovingly worn in, like a ragged old pair of acid-washed Levi’s.
50 Best Bars: Painted Pin

46. The Painted Pin

Buckhead got a lot more fun when the Painted Pin arrived in 2014, bringing with it 20 bowling lanes and traditional pub games.
Joystick Gamebar

49. Joystick Gamebar

Arcade-themed bars may have surged in popularity in recent years—but when Joystick opened its doors, and its Mrs. Pac-Man machine, to Edgewood Avenue in 2012, it was a revelation. Joystick is still going strong as a self-identified “nerdy dive bar.”
50 Best Bars: Hotel Clermont

8. Hotel Clermont

There probably will be a line to ride the elevator to the top of Atlanta’s best and newest boutique hotel. Once you’ve arrived, you’ll realize why: The stylish design and priceless view are reason enough.
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10. Elliott Street Deli & Pub

Opened by brothers Mike and Pete Jakob in 2006, this 600-square-foot gem wasn’t even meant to be a bar: Originally, the siblings purchased the building, behind which the Mercedes-Benz Stadium now looms, to house their construction business.

2. Wrecking Bar Brewpub

In a city that has leveled so much of its history, what Bob and Kristine Sandage have done to renovate the circa 1900 Kriegshaber mansion on Moreland, just south of Little Five Points, is nothing short of heroic.

4. Brick Store Pub

Brick Store has been around for more than two decades, which makes it the eminence grise of Decatur Square bars. Like many of the beers it cellars, the place only gets better with age.

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