Atlanta isn't the kind of place where people sell t-shirts with tacky, airbrushed, alcohol-related sayings— "a drinking town with a football problem"— but this city still knows how to throw back a few stiff ones. There's been an emergence of handcrafted cocktails and local brews lately, and restaurants these days are all making their own ice, bitters, and syrups. Sure, it can be trendy or come across as gimmicky, but some of these drinks are here to stay, and Eater has documented them for you in one handy map. Below, you'll find the ten most iconic drinks in Atlanta (in alphabetical order by restaurant). Try them all, let us know what you think, and don't forget to thank your DD at the end of the night.Read More
Atlanta's 10 Most Iconic Drinks
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Peachtree Margarita at Agave
Pimm's Cup at Empire State South
Nutella + Burnt Marshmallow Milkshake at Flip Burger Boutique
Vieux Carre at H. Harper Station
The Pause that Refreshes at Holeman & Finch
Old Fashioned at Leon's Full Service
Miller Thyme at Miller Union
Negroni at Sotto Sotto
The Toronto at the Sound Table
SweetWater 420 at SweetWater Brewing Co.
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