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or our Arts & Entertainment issue, we want to encourage you to support local theater, fill your head and heart with art at local galleries, shows and museums and take in a concert. You know by now that we are also all about grabbing a table at one of the dozens of local eateries in Sandy Springs and Dunwoody to sip and savor all that our communities have to offer. So, we scoured menus of some of our favorite spots to find out who is open late...apre’ theater! Depending on your mood, we’re offering up choice stops before you call it “curtains.”





Everyone knows what BYOB means, but have you ever been told to PYOB? At Pub Perimeter, you can Pull Your Own Beer. The expansive, two-story British pub has a lively bar in the center and a quieter atmosphere upstairs. Located at Perimeter Mall, this pub gives guests the chance to serve themselves. Buy a card that you’ll pre-load with credit and swipe it on the scanner above the “pulling station.” Grab a glass, tilt sideways and pull hard. Guests will find perennial favorites like Guinness, Stella and Sam Adams on tap. However, there are local craft beer favorites like Monday Night Brewing and the very popular brewery Three Taverns is represented with their Quasimodo. Pub fare like wings, sliders and the like dominate the menu. The pub is open until midnight weekdays and until 2 am Fridays and Saturdays.

Fancy yourself an oenophile and want to chat with someone who knows wine? Surrounded by custom wood wine shelves and nooks, and an inviting bar, d’Vine is the spot you’ve been looking for. Both retail store and wine bar, customers can purchase a bottle and be on their way or stay and enjoy wine by the glass or bottle. Most of the wines are boutique and not well known, but staff is skilled at assisting guests pick out a wine that will suite their taste. Expect to see d’Vine’s owner, Bob, wandering around, wine glass in hand, chatting up customers. Late night tapas style menu includes flatbreads and, of course, a bevy of cheese varieties. Visit Mondays for “Uncorked” and taste about 20-25 different wines for around $15. Weekends feature live music. Open until midnight on Friday and Saturday.


Located in the City Walk center in Sandy Springs, Three Sheets is just the late venue Sandy Springs was missing. It makes for a terrific spot to stop in for drinks late night, exuding sexiness. Try the English Garden cocktail. The dark colors and portioned off seating areas lead to intimate conversations, be it a girls night out or that hot date you’ve been looking forward to all week. They also host special monthly events like Scotch tastings, Grilled Cheese Night, Flavor Tripping and more. Light bites include hummus, charcuterie, smoked salmon toast and lamb lollipops. Open until midnight weekdays and until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays.


A trio of Five Seasons are found throughout Atlanta, though the Sandy Springs locale is the first and arguably the best. Though technically a restaurant, this brewpub is open late night, with a fantastic selection of ever changing beers. Food is upscale enough to differentiate it from your average pub yet not too snobby to be a turn off to beer aficionados. Satisfy your late night craving with the Alligator Egg rolls or Granny Serrano Pizza. Open until midnight weekdays and until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays.

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Perimeter North March 2015  

March 2015 Issue of Perimeter North Lifestyle

Perimeter North March 2015  

March 2015 Issue of Perimeter North Lifestyle