The folks at Red Phone Booth take their cocktails seriously, slinging Prohibition hits like the Sazerac, old fashioned, and boulevardier, served over hand-chipped, filtered ice. To enter, you have to know the secret code—handed out only to members and a few lucky Atlanta hotel concierges—and enter it at an actual, London-style phone booth. From there, you’ll be whisked into a swanky lounge stocked with 180 kinds of whiskey.

Cuisine: Cocktail Bars, Speakeasies, Cigar Bars

What they’re known for: A wide variety of hand-crafted cocktails—such as the smoked old-fashioned, made with Four Roses Bourbon, sugar cubes, and Angostura bitters, and smoked over hickory wood.

Yelpers say: “I’m a sucker for artfully crafted cocktails, and with their Prohibition-era menus filled with fancy drinks, I find myself coming back time after time.” —Rizwan P.