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Your Definitive Guide to Peachtree Road Race Eating, Drinking, and Spectating

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60,000 runners and walkers will take to Peachtree Street on the 4th, and Eater has your guide to the 11 best places to brunch and imbibe will watching the race, plus food and drink specials for participants and spectators alike. Whether you're looking for a free post-race meal or bottomless cocktails to enjoy while others run, this map's got you covered for all of your Peachtree Road Race dining and drinking needs.
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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Cook Hall

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The party starts early at Cook Hall in Buckhead, which will open at 6 a.m. on race morning. The restaurant will have a DJ, an a la carte brunch menu, and bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys until 1 p.m. Spots on the patio are limited, so get there early—or snag a table in advance by calling for a reservation.

Moe's Southwest Grill

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The Buckhead outpost of Moe's is always popular with runners. Look for live music as well as free burritos and t-shirts, which often get tossed into the sea of runners and walkers. Watch your step.

El Azteca

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El Azteca has an ideal patio for race spectating, plus margarita pitchers, brunch specials, and $2 egg tacos all day.

Olmsted

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Olmsted is a prime spot for Peachtree Road Race spectating. Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $14 sweeten the deal, and an a la carte brunch menu will be available starting at 7 a.m.

Tap: A Gastropub

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TAP's location at 14th and Peachtree streets makes it the perfect location for race viewing as well as post-race libations. The restaurant will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature several brunch and beer specials along with live entertainment on its popular patio.

The Flying Biscuit Cafe

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The Midtown location, directly on the race route, is offering "grab and go" biscuits and bagels on the street for spectators as well as Gatorade, water, and sodas for sale. Inside, all seating will face the runners, and drink specials will include fresh squeezed watermelon juice, watermelon mimosas, and watermelon bellinis, all served with the restaurant's regular breakfast-centric menu.

Zocalo Mexican Kitchen & Cantina

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Located just a half a mile from the race finish line, Zocalo is celebrating its 18th anniversary that day with a live DJ, food and drink specials, and giveaways. The festivities kick off at 10 a.m. with $2 a la carte breakfast tacos until 1 p.m., plus $5 glasses/$19 bottles of red or white sangria, $2 tacos, and $2 Tecates. Also: $5 special "Independence" Coronita margartias, aka a red, white, and blue margarita with Coronita and pop rocks. Bring the whole family, because kids under 10 eat free all day.

Park Tavern

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Park Tavern is hosting the "official" AJC Peachtree Road Race After Party on the Southwest Porch. All runners can cool off and rehydrate with Miller 64, and non-runners are invited to join the party. The event begins immediately following the race, and sorry, it's only open to those of legal age to imbibe.

Rí Rá Irish Pub

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Sprint quickly to the finish line on Thursday, because Ri Ra is giving away 90 pints of beer for just five cents to the first Peachtree Road Race competitors who claim them (maximum of 2 pints per customer). The pub will also be offering 20% off all food, as well as a "build your own" Bloody Mary bar, open to racers and spectators alike.

Cafe Intermezzo

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The new Midtown outpost of Cafe Intermezzo will open at 6 a.m. for all your coffee, breakfast, and pastry needs— regardless of whether or not you plan on burning any calories walking or running the Peachtree.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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Cypress Street Pint and Plate opens for brunch at 9 a.m., and any participating runner or walker that brings in their race number will receive their meal free of charge. Specials are available for non-runners, too.

Cook Hall

The party starts early at Cook Hall in Buckhead, which will open at 6 a.m. on race morning. The restaurant will have a DJ, an a la carte brunch menu, and bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys until 1 p.m. Spots on the patio are limited, so get there early—or snag a table in advance by calling for a reservation.

Moe's Southwest Grill

The Buckhead outpost of Moe's is always popular with runners. Look for live music as well as free burritos and t-shirts, which often get tossed into the sea of runners and walkers. Watch your step.

El Azteca

El Azteca has an ideal patio for race spectating, plus margarita pitchers, brunch specials, and $2 egg tacos all day.

Olmsted

Olmsted is a prime spot for Peachtree Road Race spectating. Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $14 sweeten the deal, and an a la carte brunch menu will be available starting at 7 a.m.

Tap: A Gastropub

TAP's location at 14th and Peachtree streets makes it the perfect location for race viewing as well as post-race libations. The restaurant will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature several brunch and beer specials along with live entertainment on its popular patio.

The Flying Biscuit Cafe

The Midtown location, directly on the race route, is offering "grab and go" biscuits and bagels on the street for spectators as well as Gatorade, water, and sodas for sale. Inside, all seating will face the runners, and drink specials will include fresh squeezed watermelon juice, watermelon mimosas, and watermelon bellinis, all served with the restaurant's regular breakfast-centric menu.

Zocalo Mexican Kitchen & Cantina

Located just a half a mile from the race finish line, Zocalo is celebrating its 18th anniversary that day with a live DJ, food and drink specials, and giveaways. The festivities kick off at 10 a.m. with $2 a la carte breakfast tacos until 1 p.m., plus $5 glasses/$19 bottles of red or white sangria, $2 tacos, and $2 Tecates. Also: $5 special "Independence" Coronita margartias, aka a red, white, and blue margarita with Coronita and pop rocks. Bring the whole family, because kids under 10 eat free all day.

Park Tavern

Park Tavern is hosting the "official" AJC Peachtree Road Race After Party on the Southwest Porch. All runners can cool off and rehydrate with Miller 64, and non-runners are invited to join the party. The event begins immediately following the race, and sorry, it's only open to those of legal age to imbibe.

Rí Rá Irish Pub

Sprint quickly to the finish line on Thursday, because Ri Ra is giving away 90 pints of beer for just five cents to the first Peachtree Road Race competitors who claim them (maximum of 2 pints per customer). The pub will also be offering 20% off all food, as well as a "build your own" Bloody Mary bar, open to racers and spectators alike.

Cafe Intermezzo

The new Midtown outpost of Cafe Intermezzo will open at 6 a.m. for all your coffee, breakfast, and pastry needs— regardless of whether or not you plan on burning any calories walking or running the Peachtree.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

Cypress Street Pint and Plate opens for brunch at 9 a.m., and any participating runner or walker that brings in their race number will receive their meal free of charge. Specials are available for non-runners, too.

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