New Orleans-Style Fat Tuesday Daiquiri Bar Coming Soon To The Battery

Fat Tuesday's 1,118-square-foot space will be located across from El Super Pan on the corner of Battery Walk and Legends Place.
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Fat Tuesday, a Louisiana-based chain of daiquiri bars, later this year will open a location in The Battery Atlanta near Braves Truist Park, according to a press release this week.

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The bar, founded in Atlanta originally, is known for its New Orleans-style frozen daiquiris.

Fat Tuesday’s 1,118-square-foot space will be located across from El Super Pan on the corner of Battery Walk and Legends Place.

“The convenient walk-up counter-serve layout at Fat Tuesday is perfect for visitors to grab a cold drink before or after enjoying one of the many shopping and entertainment options,” Jeremy Strife, EVP of development for the Atlanta Braves, said in the release.

“Our dining concepts are sought out especially for their uniquely curated beverage programs and Fat Tuesday’s popular frozen cocktails build on that trend.”

Fat Tuesday, a sister concept of New Orleans Original Daiquiris, was launched in 1984 with the opening of the first retail unit in Atlanta.

The concept has grown into an international phenomenon with over 20 retail units throughout the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Honduras in cities such as Miami, Key West, Las Vegas, Cozumel, San Juan, and Roatan.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc. Check out our publications in your city: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Nashville, New York, Orlando, Orange County, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Tampa.

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  1. Who remembers the Fat Tuesday at Underground Atlanta at the bottom of the escalators? And what about the one on Peachtree Rd roughly a mile south of Piedmont?

    1. Was totally at Underground for the Hurricane, back in the day.
      We did a Southern road trip.
      Nuff said…

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