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The Best Happy Hours in Atlanta

We track hundreds of happy hours, but these should top your list.

Our team has visited almost every restaurant in this great city as part of creating Georgia on my Dime. If there were even whispers of a happy hour at a restaurant from Sandy Springs to Inman Park, we showed up. Throughout this process we learned that not all happy hours are created equal. Don’t get me wrong – there is nothing bad about discounted drinks and apps no matter where you get them. But with that being said, we developed some clear favorites that have kept us coming back again and again. Check out the list of the best happy hours in Atlanta below, and be sure to pay a few a visit. We guarantee you won’t regret it.

Tupelo Honey Cafe

4600 Roswell Rd Bldg C Ste 110 Sandy Springs, GA 30342

Tupelo Honey in Sandy Springs is a revival of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina mountains. The restaurant crafts dishes from scratch with fresh ingredients that bring the best of every season. For over 15 years, Tupelo Honey has infused our Southern spirit into every bite. At Tupelo Honey, they create breakfasts, lunches and suppers that invite you to put on your Sunday’s best and gather around the table for gracious and delicious Southern food. Tupelo Honey Happy Hour is every day, and has great specials on appetizers and drinks.

Torched Hop Brewing Company

249 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30308

Torched Hop Brewing Company is Midtown's favorite neighborhood brewpub. The brewpub has a wide selection of beer - all brewed in house of course - classic bar food, and tons of games. For big sporting events, the bar drops down a projector screen on the second level so that everyone has a good view. Torched Hop has some great weekly specials, including deals on burgers, beer, and wings. If you haven't been to Torched Hop before, than you are missing out. This Brewpub has some of our favorite beer and deals in Atlanta!

Hampton and Hudson

299 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307

Hampton and Hudson, located in Inman Park, is a classic American bar and restaurant. The menu is full of southern favorites, like mac and cheese, hush puppies, and chicken biscuit sliders. Best of all, the bar regularly has food and drink deals for holidays, football games, and soccer matches. Hampton and Hudson is the perfect spot to visit after a walk on the beltline. In addition to a daily happy hour, Hampton and Hudson screens every Atlanta United game on their many TVs. The happy hour at Hampton and Hudson is different each day. Everyday, there is a $10 burger/beer combo that updates every Monday, Tuesday has trivia, Wednesday has half off bottles of wine, and Thursday has $5 cocktails. The only hard part is deciding which day to go!

Whiskey Bird

1409 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306

Whiskey Bird Atlanta is a neighborhood bar and restaurant in Morningside. The restaurant tries to stay away from labels when it comes to the food. Whiskey Bird brings together the vibrancy of Asian flavors with the diversity of American tastes to create dishes that embody their inventive and creative spirit. We love Whiskey Bird for the rooftop patio, creative menu, and daily Happy Hour. Whiskey Bird Happy Hour has great specials on rose, appetizers, and beer.

Jinya Ramen Bar

3714 Roswell Rd, Atlanta, GA 30342, USA

Anyone from Japan can tell you: Real Japanese ramen isn’t about the noodles, it’s about the broth. JINYA Ramen Bar’s signature stocks take center-stage on the menu. Slowly simmered for more than ten hours, chefs combine whole pork bones, chickens or vegetables with just the right amount of bonito, dashi, kombu and other authentic ingredients. The result is a rich broth that is thick, full-flavored, healthful… and unforgettable. Jinya Happy Hour is every day after 3PM, and has great deals on beer, Sake, and small plates.

Jinya Ramen Bar

5975 Roswell Rd b217, Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Anyone from Japan can tell you: Real Japanese ramen isn’t about the noodles, it’s about the broth. JINYA Ramen Bar’s signature stocks take center-stage on the menu. Slowly simmered for more than ten hours, chefs combine whole pork bones, chickens or vegetables with just the right amount of bonito, dashi, kombu and other authentic ingredients. The result is a rich broth that is thick, full-flavored, healthful… and unforgettable. Jinya Happy Hour is every day after 3PM, and has great deals on beer, Sake, and small plates.

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