Homerun Haunts

Feifei Sun | July 2, 2014 | Articles

1. Sweet Auburn Barbecue
Watch—and toast—the home team at this resto, which has its very own Braves-themed drink menu. Specials include the Standing Double (Jameson and Fireball), Sac Fly (bourbon and porter) and Grand Slam (Zucca and IPA), all available for $10 or less. Poncey-Highland, 656 North Highland Ave. NE, 678.515.3550

2. Taco Mac
There’s nothing like baseball and a cold beer—and this bar has one of the longest brew lists in the city. Settle in early to catch the game on a slew of HDTVs and snag TMac’s Braves Centerfield Steal program. Get Wednesday centerfield tickets for $15 with a $5 TMac bonus card to eat at any Taco Mac in the city. Various locations

3. Brewhouse Cafe
It’s hard to find a better haven for baseball-lovers than this iconic Atlanta sports hub. Don’t miss their $12 buckets of Budweiser and raffle tickets to win a free spot at the games this month. Little Five Points, 401 Moreland Ave. NE, 404.525.7799

4. Red Pepper Taqueria
With 25 high-definition flat screens, this Mexican eatery was made for Braves fans who like to cheer in groups. And for those who like to sip: Fans can take advantage of $3 pints of all local craft beers on tap, including Wild Heaven, Eventide and more. Buckhead, 3135 Piedmont Road NE, 404.869.2773

5. The Family Dog
Wings are a staple of great baseball viewing, and this popular watering hole has them in unusual flavors, such as Abita Root Beer BBQ and orange-curry. Wash them down with a mix of handcrafted cocktails while you watch the game on a huge projector screen. Morningside, 1402 North Highland Ave., 404.249.0180


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