The historical 15,000 square foot structure is located at 181 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd. just minutes from the capital and seconds from Turner Field. Museum Bar features a full service restaurant, bakery, three lounges and signature nightclub. Its menu contains tantalizing seafood, poultry, salad and pasta offerings in a tastefully appointed upscale dining room Tuesday through Saturday. Diners may also enjoy food, drink and dance at Museum Bar’s Sunday Brunch and Social.
From its ultra swank vodka bar in the main dining room to its quaint outdoor terrace with seductive Atlanta skyline views, Museum Bar restaurant and lounge is sure to satisfy Atlanta’s every mood. Not to be outdone, Museum Bar’s bakery entices with delectable cakes, cupcakes and specialty desserts! The Museum Bar’s fare and namesake are inspired by its centuries old architecture. Originally constructed in the 1890s for St. Stephen’s Missionary Baptist Church, the completely modernized Museum Bar with its beautiful interior stonewalls, gothic columns, thirty foot ceilings comprising three levels of entertainment space have all been designed by renowned interior designer Jim Weinberg. Weinberg has had a hand in designing restaurants and clubs from New York to San Francisco.
Atlanta’s moniker as the South’s entertainment destination is elevated by the energy, style and design of Museum Bar’s concert size stage. Live musical performances from some of the areas most respected talents grace the stage weekly in the Archives Lounge. The sexy lounge atmosphere teamed with the live entertainment propels Atlanta’s nightlife to new heights. Museum Bar’s house DJ pumps up an eclectic mix of music that keeps the packed house grooving until the wee hours of the night.
Museum Bar’s VIP Entrance and well-appointed VIP Lounges offer the ultimate private dining experience. Ample attached parking and highway accessibility round out the venues offerings.