4 delicious ways to watch the Masters Tournament in Atlanta

The annual golf tournament tees up April 5-8 at Augusta National Golf Club, and several restaurants are giving you ways to celebrate:

Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar. The Virginia-Highland bar will feature a Masters-themed food and drink specials April 5-8, including egg salad, pimento cheese, barbecue, chicken breast or turkey sandwiches; fries, sweet potato fries or field greens salad; Miller or Stella Artois drafts; and golf-themed cocktails including John Daly, Sand Wedge, Transfusion and Green Jacket. The Masters Tournament will also play on all televisions.

794 N. Highland Ave., Atlanta. 404-876-7249, atkinspark.com.

Hampton + Hudson. The Inman Park spot will host a Masters viewing party April 8 with golf-themed specials and drinks including Arnold Palmers and sweet tea.

299 North Highland Ave. Northeast, Atlanta. 404-948-2123, hamptonandhudson.com/

Henri's Bakery. All three locations will offer a Masters special April 5-7, featuring a pimento cheese or egg salad sandwich, Arnold Palmer drink and a green shortbread cookie for $7.99.

Locations in Buckhead, West Midtown and Sandy Springs. henrisbakery.com/

The Optimist. Celebrate the start of spring and golf season at the Optimist’s Par-TEE on the Green from 1-4 p.m. April 8. Held on the restaurant’s patio, the event will feature bites including deviled eggs with crispy oysters and peel and eat shrimp, specialty drinks (two per ticket) and the Masters tournament projected on the big screen. Participants can also try out the 1-hole putt-putt course for an additional $5 per player — the top three guests to hit their ball closest to the hole will win prizes, with the top golfer getting dinner for two at the Optimist. The cost is $38 per person and tickets can be purchased here.

914 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta. 404-477-6260, theoptimistrestaurant.com/


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Yvonne Zusel
Yvonne Zusel
Yvonne Zusel is a digital audience specialist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ajc.com and accessAtlanta.com