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75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Kimball House

1. Kimball House

Occupying an 1891 train depot, this restaurant—and its James Beard Award–nominated cocktail program—is home to the area’s most charmingly period bar, with belt-driven overhead fans and liquor shelves that rise to the lofty ceiling.

12. Holeman and Finch Public House

Founding drink-slinger Greg Best has moved on (to Ticonderoga Club), but the bar that jumpstarted the city’s cocktail craze in 2008—along with the waistcoat-and-tie uniform for barkeeps—is as crazy-busy as ever.
50 Best Bars in Atlanta

27. Bookhouse Pub

Come for the chill vibe and creative cocktails at this divey, faux–Pacific Northwestern lodge (by far, the coolest strip-mall destination in all of Atlanta).

14. Leon’s Full Service

Leon’s U-shaped bar encourages conversation. Its clever cocktail list encourages experimentation and its extensive beer menu will delight any hops snob.
Trader Vic's Atlanta

Why Atlanta boasts one of the last Trader Vic’s tiki bars in the U.S.

Atlanta’s Trader Vic’s is a living museum to a bygone era in American dining as tiki culture and its breezy libations are rebranded for the modern drinker.

Are canned cocktails worth it? An Atlanta bartender tries local brands.

We enlisted Kendall Dreyer, lead bartender at Poor Hendrix, to taste-test a few of Tip Top Proper Cocktails and Post Meridiem Spirit Company's canned cocktails and speculate on their place in cocktail culture.

Pét-nats aren’t your grandma’s sparkling wine (but great-great-grandma would approve)

Petillant-naturel (“pét-nats”) is a funky, hazy, sparkling natural wine with ancient roots, a modern-day buzz, and a wildly broad spectrum of flavor profiles. They're creating interest in Atlanta with Joshua Fryer of 8Arm and Ink, Juan Cortes of Stems, Seeds and Everythang, and Sarah Pierre of 3 Parks Wine Shop.
Gunshow's Mushroom Tonic cocktail

A cocktail from kitchen scraps: Gunshow’s seasonal tonic makes the most of leftovers

A lemon slice here, a twist of orange there, and a gazillion plastic straws: Bars create a lot of waste. But by phasing out those straws and using the whole fruit, Atlanta bartenders are joining the growing low-waste cocktail movement.
Watchman’s Seafood and Spirits

Watchman’s Seafood and Spirits

Gracefully situated in the southwest corner of Krog Street Market, Watchman’s is the lighthearted and breezy yang to Kimball House’s dark and moody yin.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Kimball House

9. Kimball House

The composed dishes at this dapper former train depot are playfully conceived and seriously delicious—and don’t receive enough of the spotlight.

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