You've likely seen a world championship ping pong game and wondered how things got that intense. Contrary to popular belief, that same competitive energy isn't just reserved for the TV screens. If you enter the doors of this unique Georgia bar, you'll find yourself in the midst of boozy bar games that work every competitive bone in your body.
Sister Louisa's isn't meant for the faint of heart. The walls are littered in counter-culture wall art that will leave you intrigued, slightly offended or laughing hysterically. Once you move past the boldness of the interior, you can make your way upstairs to the ping pong tables where it goes down every night.
To fuel up for the game, you can chug the delicious $5 sangrias that aren't served in those offensive tiny cups. You can also order some Goldfish that have all the nutrition you need to throw down on the tables.
Once you conquer ping pong, you can take on darts, ski-ball, or karaoke (if it's Wednesday). The karaoke is unlike anything you've ever encountered. If you're on the mic, you dawn a choir robe with an organist providing your background music.
On top of all the liveliness that already exists in the bar, you might walk in on a drag show. If you're a fan of these glamorous ladies killing every room they step into, you can also brunch with Tammie Brown from RuPaul's Drag Race next month.
Sister Louisa's has two locations that equally deliver a good time. The Athens locations might have a leg up on the number of bar games, but give both Athens and Atlanta a try.
Come with an open mind, ready to drink and have the weirdest yet mindblowing night.
You have to keep the party going by bar hopping to this arcade bar in Atlanta with mouthwatering margarita gummies.
Address: 466 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312 , 254 W Clayton St, Athens, GA 30601
Why you need to go: This is so much more than a dive bar - it's an experience.