Very much a cozy neighborhood bar with well-worn but not seedy decor, plenty of bottles and taps, and lots of proper glasses for all their different brands. Music is at just the right level, not too loud to drown out conversation but up enough so you can hear it if you care to listen. Bartenders are efficient and take good care of you. Beer selection on-tap consists of craft brews ONLY - and the emphasis is on locals such as Monday Night Brewing, Red Hare, etc. They have a few bottles of industrial crud, but by and large their selections are crafts and imports. Prices for both food and brewskis appear reasonable; it is easy to get a good inexpensive, if not out-and-out cheap, meal here. Food is quite tasty, and if they’re busy worth a wait. Parking seems a bit limited, but they are walking distance from a MARTA rail station and on at least one bus line. Definitely worthy of a visit.
AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 20/20
This is an excellent place to grab a bite to eat either for a night out on the town or before or after a Braves game. The rotating craft beer selection always keeps it interesting. Staff is friendly and knows a thing or two about the beers. Definetly worth the visit.
AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 18/20
Young Augustine’s is a beautiful beer bar in the Grant Park area of Atlanta. While the tap selection is great, they’ve recently raised their prices - many beers are more than the Brick Store or the Porter, which is a definite negative! However, this summer they’re doing $2.50 half pints of anything on the list on Mondays. Great food, good jukebox and an awesome patio area. Bocce ball out back. Near the King MARTA station. Definitely worth including in your regular beer bar rotation!