As much fun as it’d be to watch every Falcons game in the decked-out TV lounge at Alta Dairies, you’ll probably want a change of scenery here and there. Well, you’re in luck. Atlanta is brimming with sports bars fit for rooting on the Falcons. Here are a few of our favorites.
A lively atmosphere, TVs coming at you from every angle, and elevated pub fare (think jerk-spiced salmon sandwiches, fried avocado tacos, and the andouille-anchored Ninja Warrior Dog) make Hudson Grille a premier place to spend a Sunday. More of a high-end sports bar, there’s nothing divey about this popular hangout. Best of all, the regional chain’s Midtown location is less than 4 miles from Alta Dairies. With so many screens at your disposal at Hudson Grille, you’ll be able to cheer on your Falcons AND keep tabs on your fantasy team!
Milltown Arms Tavern
Billing itself as a “neighborhood tavern,” this Cabbagetown fixture is a great place to catch the Falcons. Milltown Arms Tavern offers plenty of screens, hearty pub fare, an endless beer list, and a decidedly local vibe. Grab your Julio Jones jersey, order a mountainous specialty burger or loaded shrimp po’ boy, and cheer on your Falcons. The best part? Milltown is a mere half-mile from your Alta Dairies home!
Is there a more football-synonymous food than buffalo wings? Well, stellar wings happen to be the calling card of this beloved Atlanta chain. Choose from an imposing lineup of sauces, including the ominously named Death Sauce, and root for your team alongside fellow Falcon faithfuls. Taco Mac’s Midtown location is just 3.5 miles away from Alta Dairies.
Do you love beer, technology, and football? Then you’ll absolutely love STATS. Not only is it a fantastic place to watch the Falcons, but it’s one of very few bars in the U.S. with beer tap tables. This glorious contraption lets you pour your own beer right at your table. If you can’t land one of STATS’ immensely popular beer tap tables, then no worries – the 16,000-square foot restaurant features five bars. Either way, you’ll be well-hydrated – and well-fed – for the big game. STATS is a short 4 miles from Alta Dairies.
Here’s an edgier, divey-er option for you – Dugans. Great wings and a raucous atmosphere make for a Sunday that’s anything but dull. Give Dugans a look. It’s just 3 miles from home.
Sports bars are great, but you’ll want to catch at least one game in person! Tickets can be hard to come by, so be sure to scour the secondary ticket exchange sites like Ticketmaster for a good deal. The Falcons’ $1.5 billion stadium, which opened in 2017, is an absolute gem of a facility that’s designed to provide a fan-first experience.
Looking for more fun things to do in and around the neighborhood? Check out the Alta Dairies blog for ideas.