Eat Atlanta: Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint

 

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When I think about a Juke Joint I think about Shug Avery, sweet tea, and live music! You probably didn’t think there was such a place in the “sweet” south that you could “jerk” did you? Think again! Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint is the culmination of a deep history of  music, food, drink and socializing in Georgia. It’s a place where you can unwind, enjoy live entertainment across all genres and popular hits throughout American history and exceptional cuisine. 

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Located in the former Macy’s building at the iconic 200 Peachtree, the design of the Juke Joint is the modern-day incarnation of  the environment that gave birth to the “raucous and raunchy” music known as “boogie-woogie.” The design seeks to take you back to the wetlands where historic juke joints once stood by its tadpole and lily pad inspired design. The music-centric restaurant also features a wood dance floor, stage for live music, and state-of-the-art video screen for guests’ entertainment.

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This establishment is great for companies who are looking to host an event for their out-of-town clients or brand awareness presentations or just a great place for friends to get together to kick back for drinks and laughs! What’s good on the menu? Try the Seadog, which is battered cod-fish served on a hotdog bun and topped with coleslaw or the BBQ Pork Rib Basket, which includes half a rack of fall off the bone ribs. Yummo..So who’s going with me?

Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint |200 Peachtree St. Suite #L05| Atlanta, GA 30303

xoxo,

Tiffini

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