Quality Inn & Suites Decatur - Atlanta East
5300 Snapfinger Park Drive
Decatur, GA 30035
Phone: (678) 418-0004
Fax: (678) 418-7131
5300 Snapfinger Park Drive, Decatur, GA, US, 30035
- Phone: (678) 418-0004
- Fax: (678) 418-7131
Obsessions in Decatur is one of the hottest nightclubs in town. With raging parties every weekend that also feature some of the best musical talents around, it is quite a hep night spot. Open from Fridays through Sundays, Obsessions is a fantastic option to sip on some great drinks and let loose with your favorite gang. They do not accept any credit cards, so, don't forget to visit your nearest ATM before heading here.
Club 908 is a first-rate nightclub with all types of live music.
Full of weekday fun and frolic, Mary's Atlanta is one of the best places to be in on a weekend night. Awarded the best gay bar in Atlanta, it attracts a friendly alternative clientèle of people, who know how to party. Happening events line up Mary's calendar, and every night features music by a popular DJ, gay/lesbian themed evening or a karaoke special for daring singers. Premium drinks and fun ambiance are added features of this club. Just make sure you're dressed to impress, as the crowd frequenting this bar is pretty happening. So if you're 21 and older and have a zest for partying then Mary's is THE place for you!
All are welcome at My Sister's Room. This gay-friendly nightclub, bar and music venue knows how to walk the line between good fun and down 'n dirty.
Opening its doors in early part of 2013, Union EAV has boosted the underground music scene of Atlanta. This thriving nightclub hosts renowned and upcoming DJs who entertain the revelers with hip hop, EDM and underground music. And that's not where the fun ends, as the in-house bar offers excellent PBRs and drinks to accompany your time at Union EAV with your friends. This nightclub is a perfect place to crash into for a party.
With a fantastic line up of local and national bands, The Basement in East Atlanta Village is located in the basement of the Graveyard Tavern. With reasonably priced drinks, a great, casual vibe and a friendly staff, this place has just the works to be your next favorite local hang. But be warned, some complain of a corner of the club to be haunted. Needless to say, any time spent here will be unforgettable given the awesome music, crowd or the friendly ghost in one of the rooms.
The small door on Moreland Avenue may not give it away, but this swinging joint is a prime hotspot on the local music scene. Featuring live bands every night, the Star is a longtime favorite for catching rising acts and great neighborhood groups. Wild and a little wacky, the dimly lit ambiance leans a bit toward the psychedelic. When the music is not blaring, the place tones down a bit, but remains one of the most interesting melting-pot watering holes in the city.
The Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge is anything but your average hotel bar. From the tastefully vintage decor to the regular rotation of vinyl-only DJs, this basement lounge will be sure to please anyone looking for a night among Atlanta's most hip crowd. The small bar area is perfect for mingling and conversation, while the dance floor has plenty enough room to bust a move after a few cocktails. Don't miss a Friday night here, when resident the DJs spin your favorite forgotten soul tunes. Tucked in between a strip of outstanding restaurants, enjoy this hidden gem best in the late night hours.
10 High Club is considered as one of Atlanta's poshest and most happening music events venue. Located below the Dark Horse Tavern, this venue is a favorite amongst upcoming local artists. The club has live music every Tuesdays through Thursday nights.
Back in 1986, musicians Eric King and Roger Gregory were on the lookout for a place to play with their band Shadows. This search led to the creation of Blind Willie's, which is today an iconic blues club in Virginia Highlands. Year after year, this rustic and inviting joint continues to be rated among the top blues venues in Atlanta. Notable legends Junior Wells, Lazy Lester and Johnny Clyde Copeland as well as emerging local acts have graced their stage. A well-stocked bar is located in the rear and features domestic beers and wines. The somewhat limited menu features Cajun specialties from New Orleans as well as authentic Chicago and Memphis fare.
Satiate your appetite as per your taste, as The Sound Table has an international menu! Here you can sit back, relax and enjoy the fabulous music. The venue is open until late and has a plethora of drinks on the menu. Be sure to try one of the cocktail specials, which are sure to please. Come here for a guaranteed night of fun.
A delightful addition to the The Sound Table, Space2 allows the popular club to offer more events and choice to its ever-increasing followers. From live concerts to rocking DJ nights, the space offers an eclectic variety of events. Delectable food options and an extensive array of spirits complete the experience. Check website for more.