Our Story


Atlanta Bar and Grille is an upscale restaurant where country club vibes meet a sports bar atmosphere. Enjoy live music every night of the week, along with fun indoor and outdoor activities such as a billiards, ring toss, and corn hole.

Quality food


From the Menu


Allen Brother’s 37 oz. Long-Bone Tomahawk Ribeye
portobello mushrooms, asparagus, garlic

“Hank Aaron” Monument Burger 
3 x 8 oz. patties of our house-ground beef
first layer: cheddar, bacon and BBQ sauce.
second layer: gruyere, grilled honey ham.
third layer: smoked gouda, fried egg

“Yellow Jacket” Tuna Poke
tuna, cucumber, red onion, avocado, sliced radish, sweet chile soy dressing, wonton chips

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From the cocktail Menu


Peachtree Spritz
Aperol, Peach Puree, Soda Water, Topped off with Prosecco, served with a Peach Slice

Whiskey Business
Rye Whiskey, Capano Antica, 1821 bitters, served with Candied Bacon over an Ice Sphere

Papi’s Paloma
Habanero Tequila, Grapefruit Juice, Fresh Lime Juice, Topped off with Jarritos, served with a salted rim and a lime wedge

Focus on Flavor


Meet Our Chef

Gary Finzer

fine dining steakhouse steak

At Atlanta Bar & Grille, Chef Finzer is balancing a modern upscale dining room and a chic clubhouse-style sports bar. With over 20 years experience, Chef Finzer adds a refined eclectic touch to every dish. Incorporating his vast experiences, from award-winning deli, Indian spice trade concept, well-respected steakhouses, and a two Michelin starred restaurant, Chef Finzer’s expertise allows Atlanta Bar & Grille to please all.

A graduate of New York’s prestigious French Culinary Institute, the Michigan native began honing his skills in New York working under respected chefs including Guastavino’s Daniel Orr, Craft’s Tom Colicchio and Marco Canora, Picholine’s Terrance Brennan and Craig Hopson. When Finzer returned to Atlanta, he worked alongside Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison. “Each of these chefs helped me understand the importance of using fresh ingredients and preparing them properly,” says Finzer.