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488 Flat Shoals Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA, 30316
(404) 522-3950

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Monday: 5pm-2am

Tuesday-Thursday: 11:30am-2am


Saturday: 11:30am-3am

Sundays: 12:00pm-12am
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488 Flat Shoals Ave. SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 522-3950
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White Hills
White Hills
Evoking the spirit and sound of space rock pioneers like Hawkwind, White Hills capture the expansive rock sound of the '70s with their brand of trippy, synth-heavy rock & roll. Formed in New York City as the brainchild of singer and guitarist Dave W....
The Men
The Men
Brooklyn’s Nick Chiericozzi, Chris Hansell, and Mark Perro formed scuzzy post-punk group the Men in 2008. Before recruiting drummer Rich Samis, they self-released the albums We Are the Men and Immaculada, as well as a few tapes....
Nude Beach
Nude Beach
Owing as much to Exploding Hearts as Tom Petty, Nude Beach serve up road trip-ready indie rock with punk edges and blue-collar roots. The trio of singer/guitarist Chuck Betz, drummer/singer Ryan Naideau, and bassist Jimmy Shelton began playing together as high-schoolers in Newport, New York, relocating to Brooklyn and becoming Nude Beach by 2008 (not to be confused with the Philadelphia-based band of the same name, which later re-emerged as Cough Cool)....
Lost in the Trees
Lost in the Trees
Lost in the Trees is the brainchild of singer/guitarist Ari Picker, a Chapel Hill native who started his career as a member of the B-Sides. Picker's studies at the Berklee College of Music led him to attempt an orchestral effort, and he adopted the moniker Lost in the Trees for the project....
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(no rating) Apr 24, 2009 - accessAtlanta - Bob Townsend for accessAtlanta

The name stands for East Atlanta Restaurant and Lounge, and the Earl is all those things and more. A mainstay of one of Atlanta's hippest neighborhoods and a destination for many a touring indie rock band, the front bar/dining area is hectic mix of tables and booths and kitschy knick knacks. It's a great place to grab a burger and a beer, as long as you don't mind smoke and noise. The food here runs from basic to surprisingly interesting to a bit cute. That means Pabst Blue Ribbon-battered gator fingers and boiled peanuts served alongside a rib eye steak and a salmon B.L.T.

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