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 Cityís one year anniversary when I was there.
Thereís actually an extra bar on the roof. I didnít realized that until after several trips. Just like the other locations the beer is excellent, the food is at least as good as the beer and the staff is helpful and well-trained. Great place, and since itís next door to Hop City, itís nearly a one-stop parking space for Atlanta-area beer.
Visited around happy hour time on a Thursday. Cool modern interior, two level design with a nice front patio. I sat at the bar and a couple of beers and some food, both of which were creative and well made. Had a nice conversation with a guy at the bar, and got the sense that 5 Seasons consistently does a great job. Iíll likely hit it again. Only knock was that it was incredibly loud.
76 = ★★★ (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Located right beside the best damn bottle shop in Atlanta. Cool ambiance, but you can tell you pay for it with the food prices. I had the turkey burger, which i canít recommend, but the potato salad was the best iíve ever had, though, a very small portion. The beers were pretty creative and almost average for the most part, but the brown had clear infection issues, and after finishing the sampler, i found faults with nearly all the beers. The bartender didnít really know anything about the beers, but she was friendly enough. Probably worth a one time stop, but not enough to come back for, even if i am coming to Hop City. Way too expensive.
I happened to be in Atlanta for a business trip and stopped by Hop City to pick up some brews. Much to my dismay, they donít sell beer on a Sunday. Luckily I was able to drown my sorrows in a few pints over at 5 Seasons. I was pleased to find 10 different beers on tap, all brewed in house. The place has a very modern, open and airy vibe to it. The staff were super friendly and were kind enought to recommend the grilled ravioli. Not something I would pick, but they turned out to be great. All of the beers I tried were reasonably good. The prices were reasonable and itís location next to Hop City makes it a must stop.
I was here for the 2010 Atlanta Cask Ale Fest and other than it being horrifically crowded ,which was to be expected due to the festival, I had a great time. I didnít get a chance to try much of the beer as there was more than plenty to drink at the festival I did however try their Munich Helles which was fantastic and actually probably the best Helles I have ever tried. The food looked really creative we decided to split a bunch of apps and they were delicious. Service was great. Really nice place.
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | November 17, 2009
7 beers available when I visited with 1 high gravity offering. Unfortunately their sampler was done in the thin thimble glasses, not very good way to get an idea about their beer. Kind of small place otherwise but nice separation of bar area and dining area.
Crawford and gang have done most things correctly- they now have a cask ale on at all times, the beer is mostly great, and the food is above average if a bit overpriced, I like to go for happy hour and get the 2 for one appetizers. One of my regular haunts.