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#41 Holeman & Finch Public House (Atlanta, Georgia)

Holeman and Finch Public House was at the forefront of the burgeoning craft cocktail movement in Atlanta back when it opened in 2008, and it remains a leader in the industry. The beverage team at the Georgia bar rotates the cocktail offerings seasonally. There are six beers on tap, plus a rotating bottle-and-can list of a dozen or so brews; a carefully curated wine list; and the cocktail list, which has 13 classics and 10 rotating signature cocktails created by members of the bar team. Check out the custom-built charcuterie and wine cave, and sample some of chef Linton Hopkins’ whole animal and Southern vegetable cookery. Standouts include beef tartare with egg yolk and shoestring potatoes; his wife and co-owner Gina Hopkins’ pimento cheese; tea-braised collards with bacon and sorghum; and the famous burger, a house-ground double stack with American cheese and red onion, served with hand-cut fries alongside house-made ketchup and mustard. Originally, only 24 burgers were served nightly, but they became so popular that they are now offered on the daily menu. Plus, H&F Burger, a stand-alone shop, is available daily at Ponce City Market in Atlanta and inside SunTrust Park on Atlanta Braves game days. (Kaung S./Yelp)


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