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Sandy Springs has lots of late night options for residents to choose from.
If you’re looking for ideas of things to do when things feel safer in the North Fulton city, this month’s Best of Sandy Springs results are for you.
More than 400 residents cast their votes and here’s the breakdown of what spots landed where.
In seventh place is Moustache Hookah Bar, which got 5% of votes, followed by sixth-place finisher North River Tavern, which garnered 9% of votes. Fifth place went to Cafe 290, a hot spot offering seafood, steak and live jazz that got 11% of votes. Modern lounge Three Sheets got 12% of votes to finish in fourth place.
Now, here’s the break down for the top three.
Third place was The Springs Cinema & Taphouse, which garnered 14% of votes. Pool hall Morgan Falls Billiards got 22% of votes. But the spot that was chosen as the best for a late-night outing in Sandy Springs was Thos. O’Reilly’s Public House, which garnered 28% of votes. The Irish pub on Sandy Springs Place was known as Meehan’s since it opened in 2004 but changed its name at the top of the year after being sold to a new ownership group.
Be sure to view our other Best of Sandy Springs winners:
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