Whether you know us as Mood Club or perhaps remember your first time here when it was Vavoom or Spectrum, the club in Atlanta has been a place where people have come to forget about life and have some fun for well over a year.
Plenty of great times and happy moments have taken place inside the walls of this converted house baking it into the consciousness of Buckhead over the years. Say Tuesday night and someone will say Party at Mood!
Today Mood is building on that history of being an Atlanta party spot. And while we will continue to guide you into the small hours of the morning with the sounds of great music, dancing and some of the most energetic bartenders in town, we now will also start your night off with some of the most artfully crafted cocktails, you and the city of Atlanta have ever seen.
So come out and enjoy a lovingly prepared libation made with the freshest ingredients or a glass of fine wine and gourmet canapés on the patio while listening to some live music. Let us show you a whole new side of “our” Mood.
Lucille – Head Mixologist
An Atlanta native, Lucille grew up with heart-warming food on the table and moonshine still in the yard. She was drawn at an early age by the welcoming effects of good food and beverages and the satisfying feeling of serving guests in the tradition of true Southern Hospitality.
Inspired by her upbringing and personal motto of “I’ve never met a good drink I didn’t like,” Lucille moved into the wild world of bartending making a name for himself at many well known Atlanta establishments, including Joel Brasserie. Now an industry veteran, she likes to push the boundaries of beverage making and play with perception. Her creations range from updates on classics to innovative libations that might make you scratch your head, but will leave you smiling.
Lucille is joining Mood Club as our Head Mixologist, bringing her creative take on classic cocktails combined with a deep foundation in all that is traditional and southern. Her new fall menu will deliver all that is marvelous and fascinating about the New South…in a glass!