Owned by the brothers Jakob, located in the historic Castleberry Hill section of Downtown Atlanta, Elliott Street Deli & Pub is well known for its authentic neighborhood hospitality, mouthwatering sandwiches, ice cold beer, and legendary local music and art scene.
This exceptional property began as a burned-out, abandoned building built circa 1870. originally built as a carriage house to service the busy central business, city and capitol districts of `original' Atlanta - From the early 1950’s until 1982 - 51 Elliott Street was home to the legendary Jazz club "THE Birdcage" which hosted many notables in the music world, including Isaac Hayes, Gladys Knight, and Curtis Mayfield just to name a few.
After an almost million-dollar complete rebuild and renovation which left nothing but the brick walls of this turn of the century building remaining, a notable neighborhood watering hole was created and a legacycontinued.
Now, 11 years later, established and thriving, this Pub is a staple on the Atlanta food, music, art, nightlife and just `cool-place to hang out' scene - with a reputation for the `Best Sandwich in the City' and a place to hear some of the most talented musicians in the world.
51 Elliott Street, Southwest
(across from the Mercedes Benz Stadium)
Atlanta, Georgia 30313
(Siesta, Monday thru Thursday 2PM-4PM)