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WHISKEY BLUE UNVEILS NEW LOOK

GERBER GROUP DEBUTS RENOVATED ROOFTOP BAR IN W ATLANTA - BUCKHEAD
Whiskey Blue, an award-winning rooftop bar located at the top of the W Atlanta - Buckhead, is pleased to officially re-open its doors today after undergoing a complete renovation. The remodeled bar features Instagram-worthy art installations, including a 66-foot long mural from local Atlanta artist Chris Veal as well as an intricate lighting installation that will serve as the picturesque backdrop for guests. Upgraded interior accents include sleek grey subway tile along with plush leather couches perfect for lounging with a cocktail in hand. The outdoor patio space offers a full-service bar and large, vibrant blue sectional seating areas made for enjoying the scenic skyline views of Atlanta.

“We are truly excited to present a newly renovated Whiskey Blue to the city of Atlanta,” said Scott Gerber, Principal and CEO of Gerber Group. “Our entire team has been working hard to ensure that every detail is perfect, and we cannot wait for those who have grown to love Whiskey Blue over the past ten years to experience the new design.”

Whiskey Blue is continuing their renowned beverage program, to not only include classic and house favorites that highlight fresh ingredients, but also serving up new cocktails including the Buckhead Spritz and Pomegranate Sour. Whiskey Blue will also offer signature small bites featuring an Artisan Cheese & Local Charcuterie Board, Grilled Market Vegetable Flatbread and Crispy Duck Tacos.

Offering extraordinary panoramic views of Buckhead, Lenox Square and Midtown, Whiskey Blue has served as the city’s premier rooftop destination for the past ten years. For locals and visitors alike, the vibrant lounge atmosphere of Whiskey Blue will continue to be one of the city’s most popular places to see and be seen.

Whiskey Blue is open daily starting at 4:00 p.m. The rooftop bar is located on the top floor of the W Atlanta – Buckhead (3377 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta), which is also undergoing a major renovation led by the hotel’s ownership, Woodbine Development Corporation, and is set for completion in late December.