If you find yourself in midtown Atlanta finding free Wi-Fi isn’t very difficult. But finding free Wi-Fi in midtown Atlanta without spending more than your monthly home Internet bill on a meal is a bit trickier. This article will take a look at some of the better choices for free Wi-Fi in midtown Atlanta along with a reasonably priced meal.
If I find myself both hungry and in need of Wi-Fi in the midtown area, my first choice will be at Vortex Bar and Grill. The midtown location is at 878 Peachtree Street between 7th and 8th Streets. Not only is the food reasonably priced, but Vortex has been known for one of the best hamburgers in Atlanta for years.
Another excellent choice for a cheap meal in midtown is at the Tin Drum. This Asian fusion restaurant offers a variety of noodle dishes cooked hot to order. The tables are large and not too crowded together so there is plenty of room for Pad-Thai and an iPad. The Midtown location is at 88 5th street west of Spring Street.
If you are looking for more of a pub atmosphere with a nice ale and English bar food, look no further than the Publik Draft House at 654 Peachtree just north of Ponce. This is a great location if you need a little food and email before a show at the Fox.
If your Wi-Fi needs come up around breakfast and you don’t mind a crowd, drop by the Silver Skillet This venerable Atlanta institution is on 14th street just to the west of the downtown connector. Of course, the Skillet is open for lunch, and it’s hard to beat their fried chicken, but a good sit-down breakfast place that offers Wi-Fi is a rare commodity.
Finally, no list of cheap midtown eateries with Wi-Fi would be incomplete without at least one pizza place. Rocky Mountain Pizza Company on Hemphill between 10th and 14th fits the bill perfectly. With their signature pizzas and calzones, Rocky Mountain is a great place to get your pizza fix while handling your online needs. They also offer a variety of other cheap eats, including burgers, onion rings and hot wings. Just remember it’s hard to get buffalo wing sauce out of a keyboard.
The next time you are scouting out a free Wi-Fi hotspot in the midtown area and feel those hunger pangs starting, try one of these restaurants. You can empty your email inbox and fill up your tummy at the same time without breaking the bank.