Responsible for my Bukowski-an downfall.
I have been suckling at the Gravity for years and years, and it has never done me wrong. I was sad to see it close temporarily, but I've been a couple times since the re-opening and it's basically the same old place. The decor, (as it were) has improved a bit, new floors, etc, but still the same sort of crew and old Gravity feel.
As the old stickers said, "Gravity Pub....Not For Everyone". But if you are one, you will feel right at home.
WOW GREAT food and booze too!.
Great group of people to hang out with and THE BASEMENT WILL BE OPEN SOON! This place has had it's ups and downs, and it is on the way up. New Menu and lots of fun! Tues. is TACO night, and Sunday Brunch is great. They tell me the basement will be re-opened soon with games and stuff. Cool!
Great place to hang out, and meet people too. REG's are at home. CHEERS! Atmostphere.
Lots of beers, new food mix, true friendly East Atlanta experience.
Gravity Pub was the 2006 editor's choice for Best Dive Bar in Atlanta for good reason. A great place to hang out. The menu has some new and really creative items along with typical bar fare. It is the kind of atmosphere where everyone is welcome. 21 and over only. Not Buckhead, a real East Atlanta experience."
Blue-collar pub pays the bills with East Atlanta's new money.. The Scene This neighborhood bar could have been a used bookstore in a former life. A musty den, complete with books, couches and an old globe, sits a few steps above the rest of the room. Thrift store furniture, vinyl booths and thumb-tacked Polaroids make up the homespun decor. The basement, which offers foosball, pool and video games, makes a frat house look like the Biltmore House.
The Draw It's the best place to brave the overhyped seediness of East Atlanta. The crowd is a friendly mix of East Atlanta hipsters and sightseers: guys in Atari T-shirts who don't watch sports, trustafarians, loners reading Ginsberg at the bar, Virginia-Highland yuppies rebelling and folks on their way to a show at the Earl. If you stick to places like Gravity, you'll find the faces that helped take other intown neighborhoods off the brink.
Whatever your mood.
In the animal world, the Gravity Pub would be a chameleon, always changing to fit your mood. Want a chill place to relax with a large or small group of friends? Want a place to have a bit more raucous time on someone's birthday? Want to play darts, foosball or pool? Want to cozy up in a musty old library with your sweetie (really, it IS appealing)? The list goes on. The Gravity Pub is simply a fun place to be and its staff and patrons are always friendly.