The first of a number of new “eatertainment” establishments opens Wednesday, November 2, at the Works complex on Chattahoochee Avenue.
Described as a “vibe-forward social dining experience,” Your 3rd Spot is an amalgamation of various communal aspects of a restaurant, bar, beer garden, and club under one roof. There’s even a social app called Match and Connect folks can download meant to match people with others in the building based on their personality and game preferences. Your 3rd Spot includes over 70 types of games to play, from billiards, cornhole, curling, and ping pong to skee-ball, air hockey, and an arcade with video games and pinball machines. The patio comes complete with a giant winding slide, opening to the public November 9.
Vibes and new awkward social interactions aren’t the only things being served up at Your 3rd Spot. An assortment of dishes from chef Stuart Rogers (formerly of Oak Steakhouse and Lyla Lila) includes a foie gras cannoli, uni toast, French onion fry bread, and potato torpedoes topped with deviled egg mousse and smoked caviar. Look for classic and draft cocktails as well as wines by the glass and more than 20 beers on tap at the bar.
Your 3rd Spot is basically a next-gen Dave and Buster’s, but with better food, an adult-sized slide, and a dating app.
People can RSVP to the take part in the November 2 grand opening, which offers complimentary food and games, DJs, and giveaways.
This is the first location of Your 3rd Spot to open in Atlanta. AMP Up1 Hospitality group is considering at least two, possibly three, more Atlanta-area locations, with the goal of opening 10 locations over the next five years in North Carolina, Florida, and Illinois.
Your 3rd Spot joins several other gaming and dining venues in the area, including Top Golf on Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard; Fowling Warehouse on English Street; the Painted Duck on Brady Avenue; mini golf bar and restaurant Puttshack at the Interlock; and Westside Motor Lounge in English Avenue. Darts venue Flight Club opens at Star Metals next to the Interlock on Howell Mill Road soon. Arizona-based chain Culinary Dropout should open in 2023 at the Brickworks on Marietta Street.
400 Chattahoochee Avenue, Atlanta. your3rdspot.com.