Restaurants & Bars

Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward has a wide variety of restaurants and bars to choose from, ranging from quick bites to culinary experiences.

Cafe + Velo

A modern take on the quintessential French cafe and coffee shop, Cafe + Velo is a one-of-a-kind concept that combines the four things we are most passionate about (coffee, cycling,…

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A Mano

A Mano is a neighborhood bistro; a place to enjoy a satisfying meal, drink, and good times with your friends and neighbors. Like the mom and pop trattori found across…

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Condessa Coffee

At Condesa, we’re passionate about details. The details of a perfect shot of espresso from Baroida, Papua New Guinea, an Ethiopian pour-over, a handcrafted cocktail done the right way, or…

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Serpas True Food

South Louisiana native and executive chef Scott Serpas has a knack for carving out a style all his own, and his culinary charisma has culled attention from adoring diners and…

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Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium

Sister Louisa’s CHURCH of The Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium is an Art Gallery that sells Alcohol & Sister Louisa Art. Known informally as CHURCH, it’s a non-smoking bar…

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Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall, Interior of Restaurant (Courtesy of ladybirdatlanta.com)

Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall

Located in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward, Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall is the first outdoor-oriented bar and restaurant to open along the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, at mile marker 9.25.…

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Cru Hookah Lounge, courtesy of cruurbanlounge.com

Cru Hookah Lounge

Come visit Atlanta’s best kept secret: a modern loft transformed into a neighborhood bar, restaurant and hookah lounge brought to you by serial entrepreneur Dennis McKinley, CRU is Inspired by…

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Mexican food from Taco Cantina O4W restaurant, courtesty of mytacocantinao4w.com

Taco Cantina

From their website: “Located in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward District, Taco Cantina O4W is a purveyor of Mexican cuisine with a twist from the esteemed Chef Adolfo Gonzalez.”

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