It’s been 22 years since the Braves were last in the World Series, and that was when the team was still in the city of Atlanta at Turner Field in Summerhill, now Centre Parc Stadium, home to the Georgia State University Panthers. After relocating four years ago to Truist Park (formerly SunTrust) at Battery Atlanta in Cobb County, the Braves are finally headed back to the Fall Classic to take on the Houston Astros in a best-of-seven series.
The World Series began Tuesday, October 26, with the Braves now back in Houston for Game Six and leading the series 3-2. For those looking to cheer on the Braves with other fellow fans or who didn’t score tickets to the big watch party taking place at Truist Park, Eater rounded up a few watch parties to consider attending, along with food and drinks specials, too.
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Hudson Grille: All six Atlanta-area locations will be showing the World Series paired with daily food and drinks specials throughout the week.
Starbright Wine: The Atlanta-based online wine retailer and delivery service curated a collection of World Series food pairing wines to order this week. Order three or more bottles and receive free delivery. Use code GOBRAVES.
Grab food from the many restaurants in the complex and find a seat on the central lawn to watch the Braves this week on the Jumbotron. Two life-size Braves bobbleheads will also be on hand this week during the games.
Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern: Located just off the central lawn, the restaurant includes a patio with views of the big screen and drink specials all week.
Wild Heaven Beer: The Avondale location of the brewery plans to be open late throughout the World Series for Braves fans to cheer on the team. Look for dollar-off draft beer specials for folks who come kitted in Braves gear.
Battery Park Plaza: For many Braves fans, the plaza right outside Truist Park will be the closest they get to the World Series action inside the stadium. Grab a lawn chair, food from the many restaurants at the Battery, and watch the Braves take on the Astros this week on the outdoor big screen.
Ph’east: The mini food hall and bar at Battery Atlanta, next to Truist Park, will have its TVs tuned in all week to Braves baseball action.
Silverspot Cinema: Located inside Silverspot, S Bar will be showing the World Series all week on its TVs and on a LED video wall. Expect food and drinks specials here, too, including half-off bar snacks and $8 cocktails.
Sports and Social: The two-story sports bar at Battery Atlanta isn’t lacking in space or in giant screens to watch the Braves in the World Series. This includes a 30-foot, high-definition LED screen.
Monday Night Brewing: The brewery on Trabert Avenue plans to hold World Series watch parties with food for purchase all week for folks to cheer on the Braves. Wear Braves gear and get free beer.
Storico Vino: The Italian wine bar plans to tune the TVs to the World Series throughout the week and kick off a new aperitivo hour, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., with $9 drinks. Reservations highly encouraged.
Inner Voice Brewing: Decatur’s newest brewery is tuning its TVs to the World Series on Friday night with pastrami sandwiches, reubens, brisket tacos, and pulled pork from Gene’s Smoked Meats. Though, it’s likely TVs here will be tuned to the Braves all week.
Three Taverns Brewery: Head to the Decatur location to watch the Braves this week on the big screen. Pair the brewery’s beers with Heaps meat pies, too. Wear Braves gear and get a dollar-off draft beer.
Hampton and Hudson: TVs will be tuned into the World Series this week at the Inman Park bar, with plenty of beer, shot, and cocktail specials, and more.
The Albert: The Inman Park bar will tune the TVs to Braves baseball this week. Sorry, no trivia until after the World Series is over.
Glover Park Brewery: Starting Tuesday, October 26, the Marietta Square brewery plans to tune into the World Series while grilling up free hot dogs and doling out beer discounts.
Red Hare Brewing: The Marietta brewery and distillery is showing every World Series game and includes $5 Oktoberfest, $6 rum and root beer, and $1 hard seltzer deals.
Siete Tacos and Tequila: The Marietta Square Market restaurant is blending Taco Tuesday with World Series baseball on October 26, offering nacho, birria taco, and margarita specials. All six TVs will be tuned to Braves baseball this week.
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Georgia Beer Garden: Grab beers and head out to the beer garden to watch the Braves this week at the Edgewood Avenue bar.
Sister Louisa’s Church: The quirky bar at the corner of Edgewood and Boulevard plans to show the World Series on the TVs all this week in the Annex and upstairs in the Chapel Bar.
New Realm Brewing: Head over to the Eastside Beltline brewery for beers, pub grub, and Braves baseball all this week, where every TV throughout the multi-story establishment will be tuned to the World Series.
MTH Pizza: The Cumberland Parkway pizzeria plans to offer Braves specials throughout the World Series, including a pizza and wings deal called the Braves Rule Double with a two-topping pie, a dozen wings, and two chocolate chip cookies for $40.
Atlanta Brewing Co: TVs will be tuned to the World Series this week. Fans who show up in Braves gear during the games get 20 percent off the tab.
Dash and Chutney/Pomodoro Bella: In honor of the Braves, the Chattahoochee Food Works stalls team up for a pizza collaboration called the vegan chic’n curry pizza offered throughout the World Series. It’s available from both stalls, too.
Fire Maker Brewing: Head over to Fire Maker on Chattahoochee Avenue to watch the World Series wearing Braves merch and receive 15 percent off the tab. Each time the Braves score, get a raffle ticket to win brewery swag, too.
D.B.A. Barbecue: The North Highland barbecue joint plans to tune all its TVs to World Series action this week. Fans decked out in Braves gear get a free basket of DBA’s popular boiled peanuts to pair with $10 pitchers of High Life.
Monday Night Garage: The brewery’s Lee and White location plans to hold World Series watch parties with food for purchase all week for folks to cheer on the Braves. Wear Braves gear and get free beer.
Northside Tavern: Blues and Braves baseball. That’s what folks are in for this week at this Howell Mill dive bar institution. No cover.