Standard sports bar vibe, but clean, open, and inviting. Might as well be wallpapered in TVs. The servers are reasonably attentive, but are pretty unconcerned with the beer. There are a TON of taps, yet still nothing great on. Solid national craft brands, and a pretty good spread of common locals. The food is pretty decent bar food, but nothing astounding. The prices are good, but not great.
Visited here in early December í14. Sports bar, suburban atmosphere, tons of TVs. Huge beer list with plenty of craft selections - many local, regional and national. Well over 100 - both draft and bottle/cans. Huge menu with wings, burgers, burritos, etc. Wait staff is pretty attentive. Only complaint is some of the prices - $6.00 for a local craft lager. Good place to catch a game.
Ambience is sports bar. Loud and tvs eeeerverywhere.
My service (out of a sample size of one) was slow... Waitress seemed annoyed. Didnít want to be there.
There was a ton of beers (100+on tap) hi ever about half of them are macros. Lots of lagers and lighter styles of beer.
Food was solid. I had a burrito. It wasnít mind blowing but very good. My wife got some chicken strips which were really good.
Value for food is on par. Very good but the beer is insanely overpriced. Locals were 6+ average beer was $6-7 and high abv beers were 8-10 for an 11 oz pour.
Overall it was a solidly average place. I believe sports bars and beer bars ought not to mix. I want to chill and have a nice convo where maybe we talk about our beers. This place was loud with people screaming. Beer prices were also way too high. Itís an ok place but I will not be rushing back.
Typical taco Mac setup in that they have a ton of taps, a ton of tvís, and a ton of space. Thereís real quality amongst the taps but thereís a lot of dross as well and they rarely get anything too rare. We got lucky and found parking next tithe restaurant but there a garage nearby as well. The service was attentive but I. Ant speak to any beer wisdom dispensed. I like the wings although they arenít as slathered in sauce as Iím used to up north. Itís a solid enough place.
A nice Taco Mac that is a good place to watch the game. Service can be a bit slow during game time but as to be expected. Food is standard for a Taco Mac. Selection was pretty good but nothing special. For the area pretty good but there is some selection.
The place is a massive sports bar with tvs everywhere, a massive bar with an egregious selection of beers, and generally only one or two I would like to try or drink. In this case they had 21Aís Bitter American, and it was fresh on draft. The place was huge and the noise just carries and echoes, so it was difficult to carry on a conversation. The service was ok, and the food is typical pub grub. This is one of the better Taco Macs I have been to.
The beer list is pretty freakin phenomenal - thatís why you come here. Food and atmosphere are very cookie-cutter-big-sports-bar and service ranged from pretty surly to ambivalent.
Caveat: if your mission is to find an awesome beer selection and watch the game on a TV built into your booth - as mine was - itís a perfect fit
Hmm -- swear Iíve entered comments here before. Anyway .. This is one of my favorite stops when in ATL on business, mostly because of proximity. The place boasts a massive selection of beer, and can be a great place to tally up some regionals for the out-of-the-area visitor. The food is pretty standard American chain restaurant fare, but is good enough.