Politicos and journalist have called it a home-away-from-home since Manuel Maloof first opened this place in 1956. Maloof passed away in 2004, but his family carries on the tradition. And though the menu has been gussied up a bit in recent times, the grungy essence of the granddaddy of Atlanta bars remains. Regulars favor wings, chicken fingers and fish and chips. But there's also blackened tuna and filet mignon and nightly blue plates with veggies.
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