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Soft background music, a cozy fireplace and real, unaffected conversation come together for a uniquely relaxing and engaging experience.
Stiles Fish Shop, and Summerland Farms are other spots to check out. In exotic jungle-themed rooms, patrons can down potent, palate-pleasing beverages before heading to the enormous dance floor where the irresistible beats of pop, house and tribal music inspire clubbers to break it down until dawn. One of the city's hippest and coolest neighborhoods, East Atlanta Village is home to this happily quirky cocktail bar.
The ideal hangout for anyone weary of over-the-top gay clubs in Atlanta, The Hideout is the oldest remaining gay bar in the city.