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Victory Sandwich Bar in Decatur
Victory Sandwich Bar.
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Where to Drink Hot Toddies in Atlanta This Winter

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Victory Sandwich Bar.
| Photo: John Maley/Eater Atlanta

Quick, lets play a little game of association. When we say the words "snow day" what do you think of, Atlanta? That's right, the two acceptable answers are "hot fire" or a "hot toddy" (or possibly, "120 oz. of chocolate pudding"). That's why we've rounded up some of the city's best and most creative takes on the toddy—some of them even served up within snuggling distance of a crackling fire. Do leave other favorites in the comments.
—Laura Sullivan


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The Pinewood Tippling Room

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The Pinewood’s outstanding seasonal cocktails are always made with from-scratch ingredients and served up with lots of friendly pizzazz. A chummy twist on the Toddy is no different: The Blue Blazer is crafted with Auchentoshan Three Wood Scotch, hot water, sugar, bitters and lemon expression.

Victory Sandwich Bar

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A perennial favorite for wasting away a chilly day, this fun time emporium serves up a version of the boozy hot toddy that includes rum, bourbon, lemon, honey, hot apple cider and bitters.

Octane Coffee

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One of the city’s favorite caffeine dens also has some outstanding takes on the toddy. For the Tea Toddy, either Earl Grey or Chamomile is served up with the usual bourbon, lemon, and honey. Or go the coffee route with the Octane No. 1, which includes vodka, espresso-infused vodka and espresso. Your choice.

Kimball House

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This opulent, perfectly executed new Decatur spot brings its absinthe expertise to bear on the Absinthe Hot Toddy, adding St. George Absinthe Verte to cognac, almond, and lemon.

King + Duke

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At Buckhead's King + Duke, there's a huge open hearth, fire pits on the patio, and a great hot toddy.

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

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This cozy beer cellar defies expectations by bringing one of the best cocktail lists around. The Mountain Toddy, developed during the bartender’s stint in Colorado, will surely prove it: chamomile tea, rye whiskey, ginger-coriander syrup, and more.

Aspen Bartini

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With antler chandeliers, a roaring fireplace, and rustic wood everything, this faux-ski lodge serves as a kitschy backdrop for a classic hot toddy. And it could be the only place in the city where someone would take you seriously with ski pants on. [Photo]

Park Tavern

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The ice skating rink and heated garden tent at Park Tavern provide the quintessential backdrop to hot toddy sipping. When you're taking a break from graceful triple Lutz jumps, of course.

The Pinewood Tippling Room

The Pinewood’s outstanding seasonal cocktails are always made with from-scratch ingredients and served up with lots of friendly pizzazz. A chummy twist on the Toddy is no different: The Blue Blazer is crafted with Auchentoshan Three Wood Scotch, hot water, sugar, bitters and lemon expression.

Victory Sandwich Bar

A perennial favorite for wasting away a chilly day, this fun time emporium serves up a version of the boozy hot toddy that includes rum, bourbon, lemon, honey, hot apple cider and bitters.

Octane Coffee

One of the city’s favorite caffeine dens also has some outstanding takes on the toddy. For the Tea Toddy, either Earl Grey or Chamomile is served up with the usual bourbon, lemon, and honey. Or go the coffee route with the Octane No. 1, which includes vodka, espresso-infused vodka and espresso. Your choice.

Kimball House

This opulent, perfectly executed new Decatur spot brings its absinthe expertise to bear on the Absinthe Hot Toddy, adding St. George Absinthe Verte to cognac, almond, and lemon.

King + Duke

At Buckhead's King + Duke, there's a huge open hearth, fire pits on the patio, and a great hot toddy.

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

This cozy beer cellar defies expectations by bringing one of the best cocktail lists around. The Mountain Toddy, developed during the bartender’s stint in Colorado, will surely prove it: chamomile tea, rye whiskey, ginger-coriander syrup, and more.

Aspen Bartini

With antler chandeliers, a roaring fireplace, and rustic wood everything, this faux-ski lodge serves as a kitschy backdrop for a classic hot toddy. And it could be the only place in the city where someone would take you seriously with ski pants on. [Photo]

Park Tavern

The ice skating rink and heated garden tent at Park Tavern provide the quintessential backdrop to hot toddy sipping. When you're taking a break from graceful triple Lutz jumps, of course.

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