Sweet tea is often called the house wine of the south, but when it comes to wine of the alcoholic variety, we have plenty to choose from. Here's a few places in Atlanta where you're welcomed to raise a glass & enjoy a glass of vino
Remember to get there early as the crowds descend on Murphy's for their popular weekend brunch
Top notch service and divine Italian cuisine, a trip isn't complete without vino or a cocktail from Alli
For a smoky take on a ginger libation, try the Gringo Honeymoon. Top Flr also has an excellent list of classic cocktails.
Chef Todd Richards made be new in the kitchen but he's made waves in Atlanta for years, even gracing the pages of Esquire magazine. His dishes are elegant and the vibe is relaxed in this neighborhood restaurant. Don't hesitate to ask for wine suggestions.
Known for the 10pm burger, the Nashville-style Hot Chicken is their next big thing. The cocktails are king but give the beer list a spin.
Sit back & relax with a bottle of red at this cozy wine bar near Paces Ferry. They pride themselves on having a list with many affordable options, but they can happily oblige your urge to splurge on big ticket juice
Pour serves the area providing a quaint wine bar with a full menu if desired. Starters include pan seared scallops & tuna tataki along with various flatbreads and full on entrees
Try one of the sampler platter specials to try a number of tapas at a fair price & be sure to try something new from the eclectic wine list