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Nice spot for relaxing and entertaining. Mature crowd.Has a nice mix of old school and new, hookahs are on point, food is outstanding along with the service and price. 15 Big screens to watch the game. A must visit when in the ATL!
I didn't actually go to the establishment, but my man brought me some food back from there (I did go once years ago, but that's not really germane to this). He got me The Touchdown meal, and he added some more shrimp to it. By...More
The food was delicious, the drinks were good, the atmosphere was fun. It's a little dark inside during the daytime to eat but if that bothers you - you can always eat outside. I ate EVERYTHING while I was there and it was all delicious....More
I visited this bar i didnt see many locals but alot of ppl passing throughout the food is great the DJ plays the latest hits and the girls are beautiful. The drinks are great and they have specials for those of you that like those...More
u bar 3.24.18 grape monster frozen drink is nasty, green apple is ok, wings weren’t crispy, fries had no salt .. kambria had vip however wasn’t heavily attended to, i had to keep fixing the hookah machine , they seriously could use some new ones...More
Where do I begin? We were greeted and seated immediately and good music other than that nothing good to say. We went for a birthday celebration and it was a FLOP. The ladies wanted mixed drinks we were told that they did not make Fuzzy...More
Unfortunately this was my first and LAST visit to the U Bar on Camp Creek Parkway. I would like to ask the Management to post their policies outside the establishment. The cover charge was $10.00 and there was no where to sit. There were 15...More
This was my third time visiting this sports bar. On this night my coworkers and I decided to meet up here. Finding parking was a challenge. Great to see that Security with police officers checking patrons bags alone with pat downs were a added protection...More