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Where to Drink Pimm's Cups in Atlanta Right Now

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The Pimm's Cup may be the quintessential posh tipple of British horse races and tennis tourneys, but it is also a perfect refresher for spring and summer in the South. It's an easy-to-construct libation: tall glass of ice, lemonade, soda, cucumber garnish, and Pimm's No. 1, a gin-based liqueur with bitter and citrusy notes. The cocktail's simplicity calls for creative improvisation, and here are nine spots in Atlanta for variations on the classic. Have another favorite? Leave it in the comments.
Angela Hansberger


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No. 246

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No. 246's Pimm’s Cup, For the Spring has a strange yet enchanting balance of strawberries, Cynar, and limoncello as the citrus element.

One Eared Stag

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Equal parts Pimm’s No. 1, St. George Botanivore gin, and house-preserved cherries set the tone for a fruity but sophisticated concoction of muddled cucumbers, lemon, orange, and cherries topped with bottled Sprite.

Leon's Full Service

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Bitter in a Bottle is clean and bright with Luxardo bitters, lemon, and Fever Tree bitter lemon in addition to Pimm’s No. 1 and St. George Botanivore gin.

Empire State South

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What better drink to have in your hands whilst playing bocce on the lawn than a Pimm’s Cup with muddled cucumber, Pimm’s No.1, Broker’s gin, and a topping of Red Rock ginger ale?

The Pinewood Tippling Room

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The Winston Cup is a Pimm’s-style cocktail made with fresh peach, mint, juiced lemon, and ginger mixed with the Pinewood’s house corn whiskey summer cup. Get it topped off with soda from a Siphon for some bubbles.

Holeman & Finch Public House

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The house Pimm’s Cup pays homage New Orleans with the addition of Peychaud’s bitters. Also: Pimm’s No.1, lemonade, ginger ale, cucumber wheels, and mint garnish.

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Get your veggies with Nate Shuman's Pimm's Cup, a libation made with celery, cucumber, and, to crown it, spicy house-made ginger beer.

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

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Ashley Erwin's Blood Meridian alternates between bitter and tart flavors to the finish of this beautiful layered play on a Pimm's Cup. Snacking on the candied blood orange is the best part.

JCT Kitchen & Bar

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With the addition of a cucumber/basil agua fresca and Herbsaint, the Eden Project is an herbaceous twist on a traditional Pimm’s Cup.

One Flew South

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Due to the restaurant’s location in Concourse E of the airport and the subsequent influx of Brits, the Pimm’s Cup, made with house-made lemonade, is one of One Flew South’s most popular cocktails. It’s not even listed on the menu.

No. 246

No. 246's Pimm’s Cup, For the Spring has a strange yet enchanting balance of strawberries, Cynar, and limoncello as the citrus element.

One Eared Stag

Equal parts Pimm’s No. 1, St. George Botanivore gin, and house-preserved cherries set the tone for a fruity but sophisticated concoction of muddled cucumbers, lemon, orange, and cherries topped with bottled Sprite.

Leon's Full Service

Bitter in a Bottle is clean and bright with Luxardo bitters, lemon, and Fever Tree bitter lemon in addition to Pimm’s No. 1 and St. George Botanivore gin.

Empire State South

What better drink to have in your hands whilst playing bocce on the lawn than a Pimm’s Cup with muddled cucumber, Pimm’s No.1, Broker’s gin, and a topping of Red Rock ginger ale?

The Pinewood Tippling Room

The Winston Cup is a Pimm’s-style cocktail made with fresh peach, mint, juiced lemon, and ginger mixed with the Pinewood’s house corn whiskey summer cup. Get it topped off with soda from a Siphon for some bubbles.

Holeman & Finch Public House

The house Pimm’s Cup pays homage New Orleans with the addition of Peychaud’s bitters. Also: Pimm’s No.1, lemonade, ginger ale, cucumber wheels, and mint garnish.

Proof and Provision

Get your veggies with Nate Shuman's Pimm's Cup, a libation made with celery, cucumber, and, to crown it, spicy house-made ginger beer.

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

Ashley Erwin's Blood Meridian alternates between bitter and tart flavors to the finish of this beautiful layered play on a Pimm's Cup. Snacking on the candied blood orange is the best part.

JCT Kitchen & Bar

With the addition of a cucumber/basil agua fresca and Herbsaint, the Eden Project is an herbaceous twist on a traditional Pimm’s Cup.

One Flew South

Due to the restaurant’s location in Concourse E of the airport and the subsequent influx of Brits, the Pimm’s Cup, made with house-made lemonade, is one of One Flew South’s most popular cocktails. It’s not even listed on the menu.

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