Sports Spots in Atlanta
See the best sports spots in Atlanta.
Best Places to Watch a Game
However, no matter where you are in Atlanta, the absolute best place to catch a game is Stats, located downtown on Marietta Street. The 16,000-square-foot restaurant has 5 separate bars that offer top-notch American fare, great beer and classic cocktails. Don't want to wait in line for the bartender to take your order? No problem! Stats is the only sports bar in Atlanta that features beer tap tables, where guests can choose two different beers on tap to be hooked up right to their table. Oh, yeah, and did I forget to mention that Stats is lined with 70 HDTVs? When it comes to watching sports in Atlanta, no place quite stacks up to Stats.
More Than Just Falcons Football
For college football fans, Atlanta isn't really considered the ideal place to catch a game. You'll find yourself having to travel over an hour to Athens, GA, to see a quality matchup at the University of Georgia. However, if you're looking to get your fix and don't want to waste the gas and time to get to Athens, the College Football Hall of Fame is located just over half a mile from the Georgia Dome. From the Quad, a museum entrance that’s lined with the helmets of more than 700 college teams, to the skill zone within the Playing Field, a 45-yard replica football field, this is definitely the place for the perfect fan experience.
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