A nice neighborhood tavern. Interior has lighting at a good level, a little dim to make it feel more intimate. There are several TVs, so this would be a good place to watch a sporting event. Service was a little slow, but maybe they just need another waitron. Beer selection emphasizes the craft brews though there are a couple taps with big brands. Music is turned up, but does not interfere with conversation. Their bleu chips are very good. They have a raised area in the back, which looks like a good place for a more-or-less private event such as a Meetup. Since they are in a strip mall, there is plenty of parking. If not a must, certainly worthy of a visit especially if you live in Atlanta or are visiting.