Fat Tuesday at The Battery Atlanta

The Braves Development company recently announced that Fat Tuesday is slated to join The Battery Atlanta as a brand-new first-to-market concept. This daiquiri shop offers its customers delicious frozen drinks and mixed cocktails to enjoy in a fun-filled environment. The Battery Atlanta is excited to welcome Fat Tuesday back to Atlanta, its original location.

Fat Tuesday will feature several popular frozen drinks with dozens of flavors and options to try, including 190 Octane, Hurricane, Pina Colada, Jungle Juice, Margarita, Strawberry, Bellini and more. In addition to these classic flavors, customers can also get ready to enjoy mixing and matching their favorite flavors to create one-of-a-kind concoctions. Make sure to grab a souvenir cup to store your frozen drink to carry around and explore the rest of the shops, restaurants and opportunities for fun at The Battery Atlanta.

Originally created as an offshoot of New Orleans Original Daiquiris, Fat Tuesday was launched in Atlanta in 1984. Over the past several decades, the chain has spread to become an international phenomenon, spanning across the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Honduras. It is well-known in several vacation hot spots and destinations including Miami, Key West, Las Vegas, Cozumel, San Juan and Roatan.

The store location will offer convenient walk-up services to allow customers to stop in for a brief, refreshing drink before heading back out to enjoy other Battery Atlanta attractions. Across from El Super Pan on the Corner of Batter Walk and Legends Place, Fat Tuesday offers over 1,100 square feet of visiting and lounging space. Visitors of Battery Atlanta can expect to see Fat Tuesday open and ready for business later this summer.

To learn more about what The Battery Atlanta has in store for the rest of the summer, be sure to check out a recent interview with Senior Director of Marketing for The Battery Atlanta, Lauren Abernethy, here.

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