7 late night bars to continue to cheer for the Atlanta Falcons post-Super Bowl

The patio at midtown bar Cypress Street Pint & Plate. Photo: Tomas Espinoza

The patio at midtown bar Cypress Street Pint & Plate. Photo: Tomas Espinoza

By 10:30 p.m. Sunday night, we’ll know how our beloved Atlanta Falcons fared in Super Bowl 51. Will they bring home a championship banner to Rise Up in their spiffy new stadium or will it be (once again,) better luck next year? Either way, you’re probably going to need a post-game drink. Here’s where to sip and celebrate (or drown your sorrows) late night after the Super Bowl.  

Cypress Street Pint & Plate
This Midtown haunt boasts an extensive beer selection and will likely be packed with Falcons fans enjoying $12 PBR pitchers, $2 house brews and $5 cocktails before, during and after the Super Bowl. Watch all the post-game commentary on one of the bar’s multiple TVs. Open until midnight.
Corner of 6th and Cypress St., 817 W. Peachtree, Ste E-125, Atlanta. 404-815-9243, cypressbar.com.

The iconic and super divey Northside Tavern opened in 1972 on Atlanta's Westside. Photo by Beth McKibben

The iconic and super divey Northside Tavern opened in 1972 on Atlanta’s Westside. Photo by Beth McKibben

Neighbor’s Pub
Located in the heart of Virginia-Highland, this pub carries over 40 craft beers including 22 local brews and serves breakfast all.day.long. We’re told the kitchen will stay open until midnight to feed the Falcons faithful as they soak in the post-game coverage at the bar.
752 N. Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-872-5440, neighborsatlanta.com.

Northside Tavern
There may be no better place to celebrate being an Atlantan or to drown your sorrows in booze and the Blues on Sunday night than at the iconic Northside Tavern. This Westside institution serves up cheap beer, shots of Wild Turkey and music until midnight.
1058 Howell Mill Road NW, Atlanta. 404-874-8745, northsidetavern.com.

Regent Cocktail Club
For Falcons fans looking to celebrate (or sulk) in style, Regent Cocktail Club on the rooftop of Buckhead Atlanta’s American Cut will be serving post-game guests Champagne and crafty cocktails (try the barrel-aged Boulevardier) until 11 p.m.
Buckhead Atlanta, 3035 Peachtree Road, #140, Atlanta. 770-415-9961, regentcocktailclub.com.

Regent Cocktail Club is located on the rooftop of Buckhead Atlanta's American Cut. Photo: Heidi Geldhauser

Regent Cocktail Club at Buckhead Atlanta. Photo: Heidi Geldhauser

Rose and Crown
Before you head home from that watch party Sunday night, Cobb County, stop for one last drink at the Rose and Crown. Order a pint of one of the 18 beers on tap including Atlanta’s Sweetwater 420 or wind down with a boozy Manhattan made with Eagle Rare 10 year bourbon. Open until midnight.
1931 Powers Ferry Road SE, Atlanta. 770-933-5595, roseandcrowntavern.com.

Brockett Pub
This Clarkston pub may not stay open beyond 11 p.m. on Sunday but they’ll keep on serving their loyal regulars and devoted Falcons fans until last call after the game. Post-game coverage on the TVs and pints of local craft favorites like Monday Night and Jekyll Brewing will be flowing throughout the evening.
4522 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Clarkston. 770-938-1080, brockettpub.com.

Parma Tavern
Rise up, Gwinnnettians, and take your post-game celebrations (or sorrows) to Parma Tavern near the Mall of Georgia for one last beer before bed. There’s over 20 brews to choose from and a mighty fine wine list for those who fancy a glass or two. Open until midnight.
3350 Buford Drive NE, Buford. 678-541-0908, parmarustictavern.com.

 

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