St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, so it’s time to start drafting your plans! There’s no better way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day than with beer, great food and your closest friends.
With over 40 breweries, Atlanta is made for enjoying a cold brew. To make your selections easier, we’ve rounded up five of the best places to grab a beer on St. Patrick’s Day.
You can spend the day at one of our restaurants or go on your own beer tour and try all five—the choice is up to you! Either way, we hope you have a happy St. Patrick’s Day at Atlantic Station.
HOBNOB has an endless selection of draft and craft beers with options to please anyone’s palette. Order a traditional Guinness Stout all the way from the birthplace of St. Patrick’s Day. You can never go wrong with this caramel-flavored, creamy and foamy stout from Dublin. If you can’t choose just one pour, order a flight of beer for $11.95.
If beer isn’t your thing, you’re in luck because St. Patrick’s Day is on a Thursday, meaning you can take advantage of HOBNOB’s Thirsty Thursday deals. You can order Moscow Mules, wine or champagne for just $5 – $6 each.
Overall, HOBNOB has a warm, friendly atmosphere with great beer and delicious food. Tavern specialties such as chicken pot pie, 12-hour porter braised shorts ribs and mac and cheese will complement the heavy beers of the season.
YardHouse is known for having the World’s Largest Selection of Draft Beer. Beer is quite literally their passion! Whether you’ve been to YardHouse once or fifteen times, you can always count on something new to try.
If you’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with friends that never seem to agree on anything, YardHouse is where you need to be. With over 100 drafts on tap and a very diverse food menu, there’s bound to be something to please your entire crew.
Whoever first paired beer and burgers is a genius. We all know and love the sweet taste of a hearty burger followed by a slug of your favorite brew, and BGR has many options for both.
Try creating your own burger by customizing the toppings to fit your preference. There are also several craft burgers and chef specialties on the menu. Personally, we’re eyeing the Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger. If you are vegetarian or vegan, don’t worry! There are lots of plant-based options for you, too. Have a burger and raise a glass to St. Patrick!
Atlantic Grill is one of Atlantic Station’s OG locations to grab a drink and some tasty food. Whether you want to enjoy a beautiful day outside or get an authentic pub experience, Atlantic Grill is the place to do it.
The weekly drink specials give you a choice of IPAs or lagers with prices ranging from $5 – $7. Try Three Taverns’ ‘A Night on Ponce’ IPA and pair it with some buffalo wings or a juicy burger.
Azotea is a newly opened Mexico City-inspired taqueria. If you’re in the mood for a lighter beer, Azotea Cantina is the place to go. It’s perfect to take in some fresh air as you dine on the rooftop or outdoor patio.
Take a break from the dark beers typically served on St. Patrick’s Day and enjoy a Cerveza and some Mexican cuisine. You can’t go wrong with pairing a beer like Corona or Dos Equis with an order of tacos served on fresh corn tortillas and a side of guac. If you’re looking for a Mexican getaway in the Heart of Atlanta, head to Azotea.
Find more information about all of Atlantic Station’s bars and restaurants here. Don’t forget to join us at Shamrock the Station on March 17, where we’ll have live bands performing, fun activities and green beer flowing all day long!