You guys KNOW I love finding the best dates spots in Atlanta. 5Church Atlanta has just released their Rush Hour Remedy menu for anyone looking for the best place to grab cocktails and light bites after work.
First off, 5Church Atlanta is gorgeous.
This space is modern, stylish, and has original artwork along the walls. If you look closely, you will see the text from The Art of War painted all over the ceilings.
It took me about 45 minutes to drive 12 miles during Rush Hour – why Atlanta, WHY??! I was very excited to get off the highway to say the least.
The Rush Hour Remedy offers delicious cocktails and small plates ranging from $6.00-$8.00 – very reasonable! My favorite dishes were the beef carpaccio, which melts in your mouth, the refreshing Ahi Tuna Poke, and the meaty C.A.B. sliders.
My all time favorite drink is a Dark and Stormy (dark spiced rum, ginger beer soda, and garnished with a lime.) Any place that has ginger cocktails – send my way! “Gingers Have More Fun” is a specialty cocktail from 5Church: Not too sweet, not too spicy – just right. Ingredients: rye whiskey, ginger liquor, grilled blood orange hibiscus soda, soaked sage simple syrup – Yummy!!!
THINGS YOU WANT TO KNOW
Which days/time for the Rush Hour Remedy menu? Every week: Monday – Thursday from 4:30PM-6:30PM
Should I UBER or drive? 5Church Atlanta has an amazing location and offers complimentary valet. If you plan on drinking, I would highly suggest a designated driver or UBER as we all should drink responsibly.
Should I bring my date here? Yes, this place is modern and sexy. It definitely sets a great mood for great conversation. There is music in the background and beautiful artwork along the walls. It has a great location on Peachtree Street in Midtown. Grab a cocktail, appetizer and if it’s going well = dinner and dessert.
What’s the dress code? You can dress up or down, but I always believe you should look your best on date night.
Where does the name come from? You may have guessed it, but the original Charlotte location is located at the corner of Church and 5th Street – also the building formally functioned as a church. That location has done so well, that they have expanded to Atlanta.
If you plan on visiting 5Church, ask for Colby to be your server – he will take exceptional care of you and your date. Enjoy!