Happy hour, drinks and dinner invite at White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails, Atlanta.
VALET: Complimentary valet parking at the 260/270 Building off of Ted Turner Drive. Look for white & blue "260/270 Sign" and WOKC valet sign. Valet will take the car in the parking deck and the host will validate parking ticket inside of White Oak at the front desk.
PARKING: Parking access off of Baker Street. Last deck on the left before the Ted Turner Drive light.
Let's meet fellow local alums for a happy hour & dinner at White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails.
Friends and alums visiting Atlanta are welcome. We will let the front desk know and keep Chicago booth flags.
*Please register so that we know the count and can reserve table accordingly.
We buy our own drinks/cocktails & dinner.
About White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails
Throughout the interior, you'll find that much of our decor is touched with white oak and re-purposed wood on many of the walls. Three signature chandeliers constructed of authentic sugar maple from the Jack Daniels Distillery illuminate the main dining room.
With Southern roots and a bar focusing on wine, whiskey, and bourbon, "Cocktails" is an integral part of the White Oak name. Imagine sipping a chilled cocktail on a haint blue ceilinged porch in the middle of a hot summer day — with Johnny Cash, Ray Charles and REM playing in the background, the experience really comes to life.
White Oak's 360-degree bar, crafted of Georgia marble and newly planed white oak, houses a collection of over 70 whiskeys and bourbons, as well as a selection of carefully chosen vodkas, gins, and wines. WOKC's Barrel Bar was named the top Whiskey Bar in Georgia by Thrillist Magazine and designated by the Bourbon Society a Great Bourbon Bar of America. Our cocktails, whether shaken, stirred, infused or neat are classically prepared in the spirit of approachable hospitality in the true Southern sense.
Please register so that we can reserve the table accordingly.
Registration is free. Friends of alums, prospective students are welcome. All guests buy their own food, and drinks.