Top 5 places in Atlanta to dine and dance
If you are looking for a great place to tempt your taste buds, hang out with friends, and dance the night away, Atlanta has a place for you! Whether it be salsa, hip-hop, or the classic oldies, you are guaranteed a great night out! For a great time with family and friends, try one of these top 5 places in Atlanta to dine and dance.
You can swing and slide your way across the dance floor to Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, The Beach Boys, and more at Johnny’s Hideaway; Get down to a live DJ with a crowd of old and new friends at Shout; Enjoy sexy, upbeat cuisine and Latin music at Loca Luna; Enjoy fantastic cuisine and entertainment on three hip yet classy stories at Strip; and enjoy fantastic food, entertainment, and dancing to suit everyone at the Andrews Entertainment Complex.
superb sushi menu. Whether you feel like a casual lunch with friends or a classy dinner date, Shout offers plenty to entice you.
Shout offers diners an excellent experience in a plush, classy atmosphere tucked away from the bright city lights. For those warmer nights, Shout offers a rooftop bar which allows you the chance to see the city of Atlanta from a different point of view; right outside your grasp. On Friday and Saturday, Shout opens the dance floor for dancers of all shapes and sizes, and offers a live DJ to keep the party going all night long.
Loca Luna offers a great place to relax in a more casual, friendly environment while having a great time. Loca Luna is located close to downtown at 550-C Amsterdam Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306. http://www.loca-luna.com/index.html.
4. StripRight in the heart of Atlantic Station, one of Atlanta’s most popular communities, is a bold, classy building with a large red and black sign with STRIP written across it. From the sign, the elegant windows and doors, to the rooftop seating and bar, this three story restaurant and bar promises a great experience every time.
Strip is a steakhouse and sushi bar that takes things to a new level, literally. You will enjoy your meal and drinks on one of the three levels, and are free to move out to the dance floor at will. Each floor offers a bar and patio making it easy to enjoy the company of family and friends no matter what level fits your mood. The menu at Strip offers wonderfully tempting items ranging from their raw bar selections, steaks, burgers, and of course, their vast sushi menu. No matter what your taste buds are craving, you’ll find satisfaction at Strip. Visit Strip in Atlantic Station at 245 18th street, Atlanta, GA 30363. http://www.h2sr.com/strip/.
excellent cocktail and cuisine options, including organic options. There is a main bar that features 7 HDTV’s and booths for coziness, as well as the terrace bar that is adjacent to next door Cellar 56. Cellar 56 is a lighter menu with selections ranging from salads, seafood, meat and sweets at a very reasonable price. Also upstairs is Stout Irish Sports Pub which features a full bar with a wide range of beers, ales, lagers, stouts and drafts that you can enjoy while enjoying one of the 19 televisions throughout. In a twist on the 1920’s “speakeasy” style is Prohibition, a place for cigars, cocktails, and jazz music.
Nearby in the complex is Sal’s Pizzeria which serves up slices on weekends until the wee morning hours for those dining and dancing the night away at the 8 Traxx Dance Party. 8 Traxx is located close to the restaurants and lounges in the Andrews Complex to offer you the best experience possible on your night out. At 8 Traxx you will enjoy a live DJ mixing up hits from the 70’s to today. There is a 1,000 square foot dance floor, disco ball, lava lamps, and lighting that makes dancing a whole new experience. Unlike many places offering a dance floor, 8 Traxx does not require a cover charge except when there are special events hosted there. With all of these options, you will certainly enjoy dining and dancing at the Andrews Complex.
Check out all the fun at the Andrews Complex at 56 East Andrews Drive Suite #10 Atlanta, GA 30305. http://www.eastandrews.com/main.php?page=home&subhead=home.
This article is written by Roy Wilson who love to blog about atlanta restaurant scene and fun things to do in atlanta