Winner: Best late-night spot in Atlanta | Best of Atlanta

Night owls rejoice, as you too can find exceptional dining, cocktails and entertainment during your prime waking hours.

This week’s Best of Atlanta poll found out where you choose to frequent after midnight.

With 32 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, Midtown Bowl is a popular destination to continue the fun into the wee hours of the morning. Voted as the No. 1 late-night spot, you’ll want to finish off your evenings here with a bowling ball in-hand and fresh food from the kitchen. 

Hitting up Cypress Street Pint & Plate late-night is an Atlanta tradition. With fourteen beers on tap, forty bottled selections and fully stocked with wine and spirits, Cypress has become a local favorite neighborhood haunt. Second place was never so chill. 

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If your sweet tooth strikes after a night out on the town, then Cafe Intermezzo is where you need to pursue your sugary nightcap. Coming in third place, you’ll want to save room for desert. 

Be sure to add these other tried-and-true late-night spots to your regular rounds: Victory Sandwich Bar (Dekalb & Intown), Rose and Crown (Cobb), Octopus Bar (Intown), Adam's Speakeasy Underground Club (Gwinnett) and Top Golf (Fulton). 

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