Sivas, located in one of Midtown’s renovated houses-turned-lounges, has plenty of areas and is always bustling with people. Come here for the hookah fruit bowl, which offers pineapple and orange options, and can be equipped with milk, fruit juice or a shot of well liquor as the cooling liquid, and even coconut-flavored charcoal. For less-ornate inhalation, go with the regular (for two) or large hookah, and pick your tobacco from a list of flavors that includes blue vanilla ice cream, watermelon-kiwi-blue-mist and the orange-lemon-mint 'vitamin.'
When looking for a hookah lounge in Atlanta, we know you want more than just shisha. The best hookah bars offer delicious food and engaging music for a full sensory experience, the kind that you can easily build a fun night around.
Atlantans frequently seek out vices in liquid form, piling into neighborhood dives, rooftop bars and cocktail lounges once the weekend rolls around. But hanging at a hookah lounge won’t leave you with a raging hangover. They’re built for crowds, meant to be shared among groups of friends and encourage a deeply relaxed state.
Atlanta is home to a large Arab population, so it’s no surprise that these welcoming hookah spots have taken root amidst the city’s Southern BBQ joints and down-home restaurants. You can find hookah spots all over the city, from fancy lounges to low-key spots where you can collapse into a comfy seat and puff, puff, pass the night away.