Sunday, August 21, 2011

Last Call for Sips in the City

Don’t Miss The Chance To Drink Up Downtown Restaurant Summer Specials

As the month of August heats up, there are only a few more weeks to cool down with this summer’s Sips in the City experience. Stop in now at participating restaurants in the Downtown Dining District for refreshing signature cocktails, happy hours and deals that won’t last long! With more than 20 restaurants participating, guests are sure to find a summer cocktail special that will leave them relaxed or ready for a night on the town.

“Sips in the City has been a great summer promotion for Downtown Atlanta,” said David Clapp, founder of Dantanna’s Downtown. “It’s inspiring to see restaurants around Downtown partnering up to promote this city’s fantastic dining scene. I hope Atlanta residents will take advantage of the great restaurant specials going on this summer.”

Below is a few of the restaurants with deals to take advantage of before the end of August:

Dantanna’s Downtown – Dantanna’s Wine Down Wednesdays feature half-priced bottles of wine, and the upscale sports lounge also offers a wide variety of beers, classic cocktails and specialty drinks.

Max Lager’s – Watch the ball game and toast to the home team with seven new cocktails! Drink prices range between $8 -$10 and are offered throughout the baseball season.

Thrive – From4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thrive makes summertime a little cooler with $5 cocktails and discounted bar bites. The full bar serves everything from high gravity beers to hand-crafted specialty mixes as well as wines, champagnes and sakes to stimulate your senses.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House – With a drink in hand andfriends gathered round, enjoy the Ruth’s Hour Prime Bites Menu, which features a half-priced bar menu Monday through Thursday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

STATS – Experience STATS’ unique beer tap that allows guests to pour their own beer with no server or bartender needed. Have a brew and catch a few games at this unique sports lounge.

DRINKSHOP – Experience DRINKSHOP, where the cocktails are impeccably created with the greatest of ease using homemade ingredients and freshly made ingredients. On Thursdays enjoy some cool drink specials and live entertainment at DRINKSHOP Live.

Central Atlanta Progress encourages patrons to be responsible and not drink and drive. SafeRide America offers professional teams of two drivers to drive you and your car home. After a night on the town enjoying all the steals and deals Downtown Dining District has to offer, sit back and relax as a driver takes you home in the comfort of your own car. This service typically costs the same or less than a taxi, and you have your car home with you.

With so much to do and see, make the evening in Downtown Atlanta extra special with a stay at W Atlanta Downtown. Enjoy a special Downtown Dining District Sip and Stay rate starting at $149 per night plus taxes based on availability. For more information, visit or call 1-888-627-8187 to make your reservation.

For a full list of the Downtown Dining District participants and a brief description of each, visit

Central Atlanta Progress, Inc. (CAP) is a private nonprofit community development organization providing leadership, programs and services to preserve and strengthen the economic vitality of Downtown Atlanta. Its mission is to build a 21st century Downtown as the heart of the Atlanta Region – a vibrant community with strong leadership and sustainable infrastructure that is safe, livable, diverse, economically viable, accessible, clean, hospitable and entertaining. It is governed by a 70 member Board of Directors, including an Executive Committee that oversees the monthly operational decisions on behalf of the Board. The Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (ADID) is a 510(c)(3) non-profit organization created by CAP to keep Downtown vibrant, safe and smart. It is governed by a nine member Board of Directors, six of which are elected by Downtown property owners; two additional directors appointed by the Mayor and City Council President; the final director, per State statute, is the Chair of the City Council Finance Committee. For more information, visit

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