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1. RA Sushi Bar Restaurant

“Always buzzing” with a “mostly young crowd”, this “trendy” sushi chain provides “innovative” rolls and other bites “mixing traditional and newer flavors”; despite its shortcomings on “authenticity”, the “party” atmosphere and “awesome” happy-hour “deals” that encourage “imbibing sake swiftly” are incentive enough for some.


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2. McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks

Upscale steak & seafood chain known for its clubby environs & happy hour.


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3. The Oceanaire Seafood Room

Imagine a traditionally swank steakhouse given a nautical makeover, and you're on course for this white-tablecloth Midtown location of the splurgeworthy national seafooder. A daily changing menu focuses on fresh selections given classic preparations, plus there's an assortment of staple chophouse sides and wine choices in the hundreds.


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4. Yard House

The fun and eccentric nature of a gastropub meets the comfort and welcomeness of a neighborhood bar and grill. Nothing is done in moderation here- from a full oval bar with an overwhelming draught beer selection, to a menu that has something for any disposition. A multitude of televisions make this a prime choice for game day hangouts. While the environment is ripe for adult-vibe dinners, it still maintains a family-friendly appeal. Food is not a second fiddle to the abundance of libation choices. The worldly feel and influences seep into their kids menu, which features Korean Barbeque Beef alongside favorites such as mac and cheese.


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5. BRIO Tuscan Grille

Warm, relaxed Italian eatery serving Tuscan-inspired grill fare, wine & cocktails.


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6. Fado Irish Pub

Buckhead's long-standing Irish pub is a choice option for those who prefer being part of a rowdy crowd come game day. View the website before heading in to keep tabs on the featured game of the eve--they're big on showing European games live, so soccer fans, head on in! Make sure to bring along a designated driver or book Uber before heading out (same goes for all of these bars). Regularly occurring drink specials, happy hours, late-night menus and a heady beer selection make it easy to get tipsy quick. Stay for dinner (get something Irish like the shepherd's pie, all-day Irish breakfast or fish and chips) and make a night out of it


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7. Ray's In the City

With multiple locations throughout Atlanta, Ray's Restaurants are known for their dedication to quality ingredients, sustainable seafood and thoughtfully prepared entrees. After re-invigorating the bar program this past year, diners can expect seasonally inspired specialty craft cocktails alongside the usual offerings. On the food front, fish takes center stage (most often in grilled form) alongside the raw oysters and fresh sushi selection.


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8. Pacific Rim Bistro

Eats from all over Asia, some with Western fusion touches, served in a spiffy modern setting.


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9. Nakato Japanese Restaurant

Elegant, long-running Japanese restaurant serving sushi, washoku & hibachi items plus wine & sake. .


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10. Gypsy Kitchen

A custom-made metal bull mounted at the bar underlines the “eclectic” decor at this “vibrant” Buckhead kitchen turning out “tasty” tapas-style snacks and “modern” Spanish-fusion raciones (larger shareable plates) with a “unique twist” from global favors; an “amazing” cocktail menu and a “friendly” staff add to the reasons it’s “a good place for socializing.”


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