How to Drink On A Budget In Atlanta
We kind of bum out about paying more than 3 dollars for a single beer. Who wants to pay more than 3 dollas for a drink even if they have the money?!
So, we’ve made it our mission to find restaurants and bars with cheap drinks in all of the cities we visit and thought we’d start with sharing our own backyard with you.
You tryna’ ball on a budget in Atlanta? We got you.
Check out these 10 spots in Atlanta where you can drink on a budget!
$1 Beers! ONE DOLLA, YA’LL. They also have delicious Pizza (seriously, you have to try!), a lounge area, arcade games, a dope patio running along the Freedom Park Path Trail, murals, and more. Our go to dive bar in Atlanta.
We don’t just love Yeah! Burger for their delicious grass-fed burgers and fresh made fries – they also have $1 Beers on Wednesdays and Thursdays! (Wednesday = $1 PBRs + .50 Wings / Thursday = $1 Coronitas, Miller High Life, and Miller Lite)
Sitting on their patio with a dollar beer is beyond delightful. As the day starts to die down and the moon comes out, head on over to Moe’s and Joe’s – it’s not only in walking distance but you can actually see it from Yeah!
They have $3.50 pitchers of Pabst on Tuesdays and $2 PBRs on Wednesdays. The space is large and they also have a patio.
If you’re trying to hit Yeah! Burger in the same day, “Humpday” is your best day.
Noni’s is great for date night or a business meeting. $3 PBR/High Life and a stylish vintage lounge area makes this place trendy as all get out. If you haven’t been here, quit procrastinating and join the hipsters in the A.
You can officially tell your Grandmother that you frequent Church, Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium, that is. Full of religious art with commentary painted over the top, this place is an endless array of visual humor. There’s an upstairs, yay! Want to know what’s up there? Killer lounge areas, more art, and ping pong tables. Grab a seat at the bar, order off of their $3 beer menu, and enjoy the cup of gold fish they give you to snack on.
The Crazy Horse is possibly our favorite on this list. The deals are unreal. As soon as you enter, you see large posters displaying their special – a bucket of 5 beers and 10 wings for $20 bucks. Date night on the cheap – cha ching. Not only are their wings great, but they also have Sky (authentic!) Sushi made by Scottie, an older Japanese man who stowed away in a storage container to get into America as a young boy (according to the manager who we chatted up for a while). Let’s not forget the best part, though. THE GIRLS. Grab a $10 dance from Innocence, a contortionist who will show you the most incredible parts of herself in the most incredible ways. Serious stuff.
After visiting 6 bars and collecting info, we figured it was time to share our list with you.
Here are a few more places we have yet to visit. If you have been to one of these, let us known how you like them!
7. PARK TAVERN
“When it rains, we pour” is the saying at Park Tavern at Piedmont Park. If it rains a certain amount before 4:00 pm they serve $1 beers.
9. THE HIGHLANDER
10. THE EUCLID AVENUE YACHT CLUB
Until our next bar crawl and we meet again!