Best place to watch the Atlanta Braves is Truist Park. But what if the Braves are playing on the road? Or what if you can’t get a ticket to the game? Check out the best Atlanta Braves bars to watch the game in the company of other Braves fans.
UPDATED FOR THE 2021 BASEBALL SEASON!
Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves Team History
The Atlanta Braves are a professional baseball team in the United States.
In fact, they have competed in the East Division of the National League (NL) of Major League Baseball (MLB) since 1994.
However, from 1969 to 1993, the Braves competed in the NL West Division.
The Braves have a long and complicated history.
To start with, the franchise was founded in 1871 in Boston, Massachusets. And they originally called themselves the Boston Red Stockings.
A precursor of the Boston Red Sox?
In 1876, they renamed themselves the Boston Red Caps. While in Beantown, the team underwent several more name changes …
- 1883 to 1906 – Boston Beaneaters
- 1907 to 1910 – Boston Doves
- 1911 – Boston Rustlers
- 1912 to 1935 – Boston Braves
- 1935 to 1940 – Boston Bees
Finally, in 1941, the team settled on the name Braves. And the team has called itself the Braves ever since.
However, in 1953, the team moved from Boston to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. And it started calling itself the Milwaukee Braves to reflect its new home,
Finally, in 1966, the team moved to Atlanta, Georgia. And it assumed its current nomenclature: the Atlanta Braves.
The Braves have won 20 division titles. And this includes five in the NL West and 15 in the NL East
Furthermore, the team has won 17 National League pennants.
Most importantly, the Braves have won three World Series titles. Interestingly, they have brought titles to each of the three cities the team has represented.
- Boston Braves – 1914
- Milwaukee Braves – 1957
- Atlanta Braves – 1995
The Atlanta Braves play home games at Truist Park in Cumberland, Georgia. The open-air stadium is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) northwest of downtown Atlanta.
Best Atlanta Braves Sports Bars in Georgia
The following sports bars and restaurants in Atlanta and other cities in Georgia are popular with Atlanta Braves fans.
However, you should always call ahead to make sure they will show the game. Also, ask if the sound will be turned on.
- Atlanta Braves All-Star Grill – Downtown – 200 Peachtree Street NW Atlanta, Georgia. Tel: (404) 205-5257. FACEBOOK
- Atlanta Braves All-Star Grill – Atlanta Airport Concourse D – 6000 North Terminal Parkway, Concourse D F-8, Atlanta, Georgie. Tel: (404) 305-8001. FACEBOOK
- Sports & Social Atlanta – 825 Battery Avenue SE, Atlanta, Georgia. Tel: (404) 965-2511. FACEBOOK
- Hampton + Hudson Community Bar and Restaurant – 299 North Highland Avenue NE, Atlanta, Georgia. Tel: (404) 948-2123. FACEBOOK
- Black Bear Tavern – 1931 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, Georgia. Tel: (404) 355-9089. FACEBOOK
- The Brewhouse Cafe – 401 Moreland Avenue, NE Atlanta, Georgia. Tel: (404) 525-7799. FACEBOOK
- Hudson Grille Midtown – 942 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia. Tel: (404) 892-0892. FACEBOOK
- The Daily Draft – 8594 Main Street, Woodstock, Georgia. Tel: (770) 783-2799. FACEBOOK
- Sportsline Bar and Grill – 2100 Riverside Parkway, Suite 104B, Lawrenceville, Georgia. Tel: (770) 995-5210. FACEBOOK
- Wicked Wings – 3760 Sixes Road, Canton, Georgia. Tel: (770) 720-0984. FACEBOOK
- Terrapin Taproom – 755 Battery Avenue SE, Atlanta. Georgia. Tel: (404) 494-1202. FACEBOOK
Best Atlanta Braves Bars in Other States
Here are some sports bars and restaurants popular with Atlanta Braves fans in other states.
While these venues often show Atlanta Braves games, there are no guarantees.
Therefore, you should call ahead to make sure they will show the game and that the sound will be turned on.
- Bar 45 at One Club – 4000 Gulf Shores Park, Gulf Shores, Alabama. Tel: (251) 206-5689. FACEBOOK
- North Shore Bar & Kitchen – 301-303 New York Avenue, North Wildwood, New Jersey. Tel: (609) 551-4112. FACEBOOK
A Word to the Wise
While most of these venues tend to attract Atlanta Braves fans on game day, there are no guarantees.
Sometimes they won’t turn on the sound. Other times they might show other events. And there is always the chance the venue might be booked for special events.
Also, fans sometimes migrate to other venues. And bars sometimes close.
Therefore, you should always call ahead to make sure that the game you want to watch will be broadcast.
Your Input on Atlanta Braves Bars Wanted
If you have patronized any of these Atlanta Braves sports bars, please leave comments (pro or con) in the COMMENT box below.
You can mention the ambiance for Atlanta Braves fans, the visibility of TV screens, the quality of the sound, the food, the service – whatever!
Also, please let me know if any of these Atlanta Braves watch bars have closed – or if Atlanta fans are no longer watching Braves games at them.
Your own recommendations on where to watch the Atlanta Braves play will also be greatly appreciated! Especially welcome would be Braves-friendly sports bars in other cities!
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