The Best Restaurants and Bars Near Turner Field

There are many fine eateries within a short distance of the ballpark

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The former home of the Atlanta Braves, Turner Field is situated about two miles from  Downtown Atlanta. It can be a challenge to find good places to eat nearby, but we rounded up some of the best options that are still hanging around the neighborhood, even though the Braves have moved to a new stadium across town.

Here are some bars and restaurants near (or close by) the Turner Field area of Atlanta.

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    The closest establishment to Turner Field, Bullpen Rib House is a barbecue joint known for their slow-smoked ribs. The Bullpen has lunch, dinner and a full bar, and advertises "moonshine" on its website.

    Address: 735 Pollard Blvd. SW

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    Underground Atlanta, the open air shopping district is a bit of a walk from Turner's Field but has some hidden dining gems.

    One longtime favorite is Rosa's Pizza. Here you'll find no-frills New York-style pizza, with gluten-free and vegetarian options. Note that Rosa's is not open for dinner; hours are Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

    Address: 62 Broadstreet NW

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    Tin Lizzy's Cantina
    ••• Tin Lizzy's Cantina

    With three locations in the Atlanta area, Tin Lizzy's is a Georgia (and South Carolina) staple for Mexican food, best known for their guacamole and churrasco. The Memorial Drive location is a short drive from Turner's Field. 

    Address: 415 Memorial Drive 

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    Meehan's Public House
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    Turner's Field is not far from Peachtree Center, which also has dozens of fine restaurants. One is Meehan's, a proper Irish pub that offers everything from brunch to late-night dining. Meehan's isn't just your typical pub food, however. The menu aspires to the gourmet dinner, with dishes like truffle mac and cheese, and the traditional bangers and mash.

    Address:200 Peachtree St.

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    Alma offers authentic Mexican fare, including roasted chicken mole Oaxaca and carnitas tacos. They're open for dinner every night and for lunch Monday through Friday.

    Address: 191 Peachtree St.

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    This no-frills bar is popular with carnivores, and has a casual space but is not a dive bar by any stretch of the imagination. TDH bills itself as a barbecue fusion place, and it's well-known for its smoked meats. Bonus feature: It has a rooftop deck with views of the city.

    Address: 191 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW.

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    Located about a half mile from Turner Field, Museum Bar is housed in a former Baptist church. The restaurant/lounge and bakery has two floors, and features live music and dancing on weekends.

    Address: 181 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. SW

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    In addition to being a popular bar and eatery, Republic is a place to play all manner of games, including ring toss, Jenga, and trivia. They bring in live DJs from around the Atlanta area. The menu is not too shabby, either, with burgers, tacos, flatbreads and the must-try Nashville Hot Chicken. 

    Address: 437-C Memorial Drive SE

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    With a menu that features dishes that blend Mexican and southern cuisines, Agave has some of the finest margaritas in Atlanta. It's a good date spot in the Cabbagetown neighborhood, about two miles from Turner Field. 

    Address:​ ​242 Boulevard SE

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    The enormous portions at Daddy D'z  are among the reasons it's consistently rated one of the best barbecue restaurants in Atlanta. It doesn't look like much on the outside (their slogan is "We Ain't Pretty But We're Good"), but the meat is slow-cooked on a hickory and oak pit by hand, creating an unforgettable and unbeatable flavor. 

    Address: 264 Memorial Drive SE