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Sports Bars: This Toco Hills sports bar puts game-viewing at a premium with six high-definition projection screens and 50 LCD flat screens divided between a cavernous indoor space and the 64-seat patio out front (guaranteeing you've got a good seat wherever you settle). Group friendly, go with a crowd and order the wings and a few pitchers of brew the next time you've got a full Saturday sports line-up. If a few from your group aren't too keen on sports, there's additional entertainment indoors with video game offerings (including Guitar Hero), a dance floor and a video DJ. Live music on the patio and karaoke are also regular occurrences.

Billiards: The aptly named Famous Pub & Sports Palace enjoys popularity with Atlanta's northsiders and students from nearby Emory, who love coming here to catch their favorite teams on the tube, down a few brews, and munch on fried grub. Tinted glass windows shield the games from the sun, and friendly waiters and waitresses patrol the seated areas in search of anyone with a half-empty glass.

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Local Expert Kelly Skinner Says:

Sports Bars: "If you're not feeling pub food for dinner, Toco Hills offers numerous other dining options within walking distance of the pub."

Best for Sports Bars Because: With more than 30 games broadcast every weekend, there's a good chance this bar will be showing your team.

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