Sister location to 5 Seasons North in Alpharetta. Again, wonderful organic / local food, world class beers from Crawford in a wide range of styles. Great service and fantastic environment. There is an upstairs balcony overlooking Atlanta. A bit pricey on food but worth it!
Right next to hop city in an upcoming part of Atlanta. Great beer with some special offerings, good high quality fresh food, with knowledgable service staff. Nice place to go to hang out for drinks or for dinner
Stopped for dinner before the Ga Tech/UNC Basketball game. The place is a stones throw from Hop City, the food was great, the beers were good, and the overall experience was satisfying... If only for those Midtown prices.
Decent place. At least they’re trying to offer something that no other place in Atlanta has -- that is, their own fucking beer! When I lived in Georgia, I lived conveniently a few miles away, so needless to say, I visited quite often. The service, AT THE BAR, was always excellent. God help the attractive bartendresses because they don’t know shit about their beer, or beer in general, but they’re trying and getting better by the day. The food is overpriced, but decent. The beers, to me, can be overpriced, but they do offer Happy Hour, of sorts. The itself is hit-or-miss. They’re constantly trying new things, but they really need to have a consistent beer menu. Hop City is right next door, so no matter how drunk you get, you can always stumble next door to pick up some brews.
Nice new brewpub on the west side of downtown Atlanta. Nice modern decor, wide open spaces, high ceilings and plenty of windows. Fares comparably well with their other two Atlanta locations which I have been to several times. Have about six on tap at any one time - wide range of styles - Scotch Ale, Brown Ale, Wit, Pale Ale, Belgian Ale come to mind when I was there. A bit above average for a brewpub. Once a week they have a cask tasting on Thursdays I believe. Food is spectacular and reasonably priced based on the locale. Stop by if in the area after picking up some bombers next door at Hop City - which they had a collaborative effort of a brown ale to celebrate Hop City’s one year anniversary when I was there.