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Tailgate Town

By Jess Charmoli | September 3, 2015 | Articles

1. Big Sky Buckhead
Big Sky Buckhead is the perfect pick for all football festivities with TVs both inside and out. Indulge in gameday grub like the Red, White & Blue sandwich while sipping on a Georgia Peach cocktail. Buckhead

2. Braves All Star Grill
Don’t let the name fool you, the Braves All Star Grill loves its football just as much as baseball and is this year’s official Dawg Den for UGA football madness. Don’t miss tailgating classics like wings with Hotlanta sauce and 96-oz. beer towers, which are $5 off on gamedays. Downtown

3. Kramer’s
Fresh off a rockin’ renovation Kramer’s regularly serves as a starting spot for tailgating prior to UGA games with drink specials, TVs aplenty and transportation to and from the best SEC games. Buckhead

4. Hudson Grille
Head to Hudson Grille for everything from SEC showdowns on Saturday to rise up rivals on Sunday. This season’s beer specials are Budweiser and Bud Light pints for $3.25, and pitchers for under $12, perfect for washing down one of the amazing burgers. Brookhaven

5. The IVY Buckhead
Known for its late-night fun and boozy brunch, The IVY Buckhead is also a go-to haunt during football season. Try a frozen Jack ’n’ Coke for $8, or mix and match beer buckets from $15, all while watching your favorite teams on one of the 35 flat-screens or 300-inch projection screen on the sky deck. Buckhead



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