Atlanta’s buzzing for this Church-themed bar with picnic-style eats, church-organ karaoke & Ping-Pong tournaments.
There are so many unique bars and dining experiences in Atlanta. One bar takes the cake with its quirky décor and identity, making it one of the city’s favorite dive bars.
Replenish your mind, body, and soul at Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room & Ping Pong Emporium in Atlanta. This glorious hole-in-the-wall is home to holy spirits, non-stop ping pong, and galleries of transcendent artwork. [Featured image: @mgoshea]
Sister Louisa’s Church has become the local hotspot on everybody’s lips. Known by its patrons as as Church Bar, or simply Church, this place mixes church with kitsch perfectly. The self-proclaimed ‘Art Gallery that sells Alcohol’ organize fun events to spice up your night out.
Faux-religious pop art decorates Sister Louisa’s, with the weekly Ping-Pong tournaments being a highlight on their schedule. Enjoy your game with helpings of their signature drink, Spiritual Sangria.
Considering it’s a church, they even have a religious twist on a party classic. Organ Karaoke makes for a great night out. Sing some of your favorite songs accompanied to the sound of a gorgeous organ.
The bar is owned by Grant Henry, who now goes as Sister Louisa. With a keen interest in art, Sister Louisa has been doing “her” art since 1996. She sold her art through her own art shows and she complimented her income by bartending at a bar in Atlanta. This resulted in Sister Louisa opening her own bar in 2010.
Jammed tightly between Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and The Martin Luther King Center, make sure you check out Sister Louisa’s for a guaranteed fun night.
Head to Old Fourth Ward today for a super fun night out! Your new church awaits at 466 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312.
Featured Image: @sisterlouisaschurch via Instagram