6 Bars + 5 Free Drinks/Shots + 5 Bands + 5 DJs
Get into 6 different bars with no cover and 5 FREE drinks or shots (read: you no pay). All bars are in the heart of Buckhead and within
walking crawling distance of each other. Here’s where you’ll be partying:
Five Paces Inn — Check-in Location!
You might spot a Sigma Nu ankle tat and hear some sorority-style squeals, but this dive bar is fratastic in the best way. Many a night, you can experience three different venues in one—drop it like it’s hot to DJ tunes, throw back shots in the main room, and jam to live music in the latest room addition. The bartenders are hot, the drinks are stiff, and the energy is high—pretty much all you need for a night you’ll never forget (or remember).
The Pool Hall — Check-in Location!
The Pool Hall is located in Buckhead’s West Village area, on Irby Avenue just west of Roswell Road. First opened way back in 1946 (check out the original menu hanging over the bar), this bar features pool tables, arcade games, flat screen TVs and an outdoor patio. A DJ is on hand Friday and Saturday nights, as well as the occasional band. The atmosphere is fun and laid-back, and the Pool Hall has plenty of seating for large groups.
Studs and bitches, you better wear your microchip, because it’s easy to get lost at the Southern bar that seems small until you step outside and discover the massive lower-level deck with spring break-y vibe. Whether you’re rocking out to a live bluegrass band indoors or getting sloppy in the Georgia heat (feel free to yell “YOLO!”) it’s always a good time at the hot spot owned by UGA alums.
This bar draws a 20-something crowd , who come for the drinks, the dancing and the outside patio. With live music in the back room and a DJ playing up front your sure to have a great time no matter what you’re in to! Since its opening in 2006, Kramer’s has become a neighborhood fixture.
You want to pound shots, then party and/or dance your ass off like it’s your 21st birthday? Well this is the place to do it. The golden rule is “anything goes,” and as for the dive factor, it’s no swanky ultralounge, but it’s not so grimy either, so you may not need to Purell yourself afterward (unless you end up grinding with a particularly sweaty person). If you end the night at Dive Bar, you done good.
Presenting Stagecoach, an Old West–looking/single malt saloon that’s reluctant to mix their beverages with anything but ice, now open in Buckhead.