Ration & Dram's rainy day classics menu.

Where to catch a rainy day deal around Atlanta

Don't let a rainy day in Atlanta spoil your fun.

Instead, let the weather inspire you.

There are plenty of things to do in Atlanta when it rains, and plenty of places that will reward you for putting on your rain gear and trekking out into the city.

Here are a few:

$6 classic cocktails at Ration & Dram (Kirkwood). Ration & Dram recently introduced a new rainy day classics cocktail menu, which is only available on rainy days. Each drink on the menu is $6 and includes classic cocktails like Dark n Stormy, Daiquiri and Horse's Neck. 

130 Arizona Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, Ga. 30307
678-974-8380
 www.rationanddram.com

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$1 draft beer at Park Tavern (Midtown)When it rains, they pour. Park Tavern offers $1 draft beer on rainy days. Choose from the selection of Park Tavern-brewed beer, including Piedmont Pilsner, Eastside Trail Pale Ale, Olmsted Amber Ale and the PT Seasonal. Park Tavern management determines upon opening each day whether to offer the rainy day deal. Look for the official announcement on Park Tavern's social media accounts.  

500 10th St NE Atlanta, Ga. 30309
(404) 249-0001
 www.parktavern.com

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Nasty weather deal at Front Page News (Midtown & Five Points)

Whether it’s a rainy day or freezing outside, Front Page News feels your pain. They offer guests a buy one, get one for $5 deal. Buy one entree, salad or sandwich, and the second one (of equal or lesser value) is only $5. The deal is offered from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday-Thursday.

1104 Crescent Ave. NE, Atlanta/351 Moreland, Ave. NE, Atlanta. (404) 897-3500. www.frontpagenews.com

Need more rainy day activity ideas? Here are 8 things to do on a rainy day in Atlanta. 

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