Morgan Lanier

Celebrate Independence Day with Star-Spangled Specials

Morgan Lanier
Celebrate Independence Day with Star-Spangled Specials

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CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH STAR-SPANGLED SPECIALS
Atlanta-Area Restaurants Feature Patriotic Deals and Events for Fourth of July

 

ATLANTA (June 25, 2018) – Declare independence from cooking and cleaning and let someone else fire up the grill! Many of Atlanta’s best restaurants are serving up spirited specials and exceptional events to help guests celebrate the Fourth of July in style.

Specials on July 4:

Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar in Virginia-Highland is serving up a low country boil on July 4 from noon until gone. Feast on one pound of crab, shrimp, andouille sausage, corn and potatoes for $22 per person. 404-876-7294; atkinspark.com

HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern has a triumphant trio of Fourth of July sliders for just $3.50 each: the Backyard Burger (a traditional burger slider), the BBQ (pulled pork and coleslaw) and the Southern Dog (mini hot dogs with mustard, onions and chili). Available at Midtown (404-968-2288) and Brookhaven (404-464-8971) locations. hobnobatlanta.com.

At Marlow’s Tavern, members of the Marlow’s Insider Club are invited to drop by any location for a complimentary Red, White and Brew Burger on July 4 only. These tantalizing, cooked-to-order burgers are perfectly seasoned and topped with blue cheese, caramelized onions and red peppers, then piled onto a toasted sesame brioche bun and served with all-American fries. Not an Insider yet? Sign up today. marlowstavern.com.

 

Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails in historic Crabapple is hosting an All-American Cookout from noon to 4 p.m. with live music, cornhole, hula hoops and a bounce house for the kids. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat extravaganza including wagyu beef burgers, pickle-fried chicken, hot dogs and ribs, along with sides like baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad, corn on the cob and sliced watermelon. Tickets are $20 for adults; $10 for kids and first responders. 770-817-0161; miltonscuisine.com.

 

Terminus City BBQ invites hungry revelers to Revival for Kevin Gillespie’s Fourth of July Backyard Barbecue. It’s a star-spangled bash featuring barbecue, beer, $4 signature cocktails and outdoor games. Each ticket includes a barbecue plate, a Terminus City BBQ koozie and a coupon for $5 off a future purchase at Terminus City BBQ. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door and can be purchased online or in person at Revival and Gunshow.  This festive backyard blowout runs from noon to 4 p.m. or until the barbecue runs out. Those hosting the ultimate party at home can pick up the Terminus City BBQ To-Go Party Pack. Orders must be placed in advance by July 1 via peopleincharge@redbeardspecialevents.com and can be picked up on July 4 at the food truck at Revival from noon-3 p.m. The $65 meal feeds four hungry people and features barbecue, buns, potato salad, coleslaw, banana pudding and more. 470-225-6770; revivaldecatur.com.

 

All Tin Lizzy’s Cantina locations are featuring their “Happy Hour” menu all day in the dining room and bar. Share $5 munchies like queso, guacamole, taquitos and Buffalo shrimp as well as $5 drink specials including shorty shots of Patron, Jameson and Grand Marnier; Tito’s and mixer of choice; the Cinco-Rita and The O.G. (vodka and Red Bull). tinlizzyscantina.com.

 

All day long, Willy’s Mexicana Grill is offering $5 burritos to guests who show up wearing their AJC Peachtree Road Race T-shirt from any year. Check willys.com/locations for holiday hours.

 

Also open:

Traveling on the holiday? Exercise the right to excellent food and service at any of HBF’s restaurants at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, including Goldberg’s Deli, Gordon Biersch, P.F. Chang’s and Varasano’s. HBFairports.com.

The latest restaurant from Shaun Doty and Lance Gummere, King Barbecue is open for business at Avalon and serving its signature take on Georgia-style barbecue. Catering is also available for the perfect picnic. 678-248-5159; kingbarbecueatl.com.

Enjoy genuinely hospitable service and exceptional, high-quality food at The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill, The Blind Pig Parlour Bar, Gypsy Kitchen, The Southern Gentleman, Chido + Padre's and Beni’s Cubano. For more information, visit sphospitality.com.

The Federal in Midtown will be open until 2 p.m. on July 4, serving its signature brunch like chopped chicken liver, brisket skillet hash, chicken and waffles and more. 404-343-3857; thefederalatl.com.

And don’t forget:

Stop by the Buckhead location of Duck Donuts for a limited-time-only patriotic assortment of custom-made donuts with a variety of red, white and blue sprinkles. These colorful confections are available from June 29 through July 8. For first responders, every Monday throughout July means a free donut and regular coffee at the Buckhead location. 404-600-5699; duckdonuts.com.

 

Looking for pre-holiday festivities on July 3? Swing by Johnny’s Hideaway, Buckhead’s premier see-and-be-seen spot for an evening of drinks, dancing and pre-fireworks revelry. 404-233-8026; johnnyshideaway.com

Celebrate late night at Irby's Tavern in Buckhead! The newly opened sports sanctuary will be open on July 3 but will be closed on July 4. 404-293-1713; irbystavern.com.

In Midtown, the July 3 party is at the Georgian Terrace Hotel. Start with drinks in the basement at Edgar’s Proof & Provision, then head upstairs for dinner at Livingston Restaurant & Bar. Both are open on Independence Day as well. 866-845-7551.

Power up for the day’s festivities with a little Sunshine! Three refreshing flavors - Ginger Berry, Blueberry Lemonade, and Clementine Twist – offer a quick and easy way to rehydrate, replenish and reenergize with electrolytes, Vitamin B12 and just 50 mg of organic caffeine—all at just 60 calories per can. Available at Kroger.

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