Large modern brewpub with a second bar upstairs. Servers are really enthusiastic, friendly and knowledgeable. The beers were solid enough. The real standout was the food - I had locally sourced trout, served whole, head, skin and all, which is the only way to do it. Fantastic!
First stop in Atlanta after leaving the airport. We came in for lunch and a couple samplers. Definitely a bit outside of the city center and not too far from Georgia Tech, though I quickly realized that Atlanta is kind of spread out, so being outside the city center isn’t really a big deal.
Seems like there is quite a lot in terms of beer and restaurants on this area. The brewpub itself has a nice big location. Parking seemed like a potential issue, but at 11:30 on a Wednesday, we were able to find a street space. Plenty of seating inside and a large bar, where we sat. Ordered a flight of all the available house beers (11 on this occasion) and a couple appetizers. The beer quality was all over the place with nothing really standing out and a few real duds. The food was quite nice, though.
Great service and pretty good pricing on the beers. They also have an extensive selection of barrel aged beers in the bottle, but all being 750ml and $25, we decided to skip them. Food was pretty reasonably priced and as mentioned, tasty. Definitely worth a stop if you’re in town.
Literally next door to Hop City, which makes for a good 1-2 punch. Nice ambiance, lots of room, friendly, helpful staff. Running 9 taps when I was there, including one BA Belgian Tripel. Also feature a bunch of their own Barrel Aged beers in 750 bottles only for 25$+. I had a sampler tray and a pulled pork sandwich and my bill was $18; not a bad way to spend an afternoon!
Great place! I would recommend going beyond tap selection (which is great by the way) straight to bottle-conditioned masterpieces. Last time I was here, Belgian-style Porter was absolutely top choice. By the way, food won’t disappoint you either - real good. All in all - one of the best places on my personal list.
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. I’ll 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.
This place stays true to the 5 Seasons formula: sophisticated ambiance with delicious food and beer without being overly pretentious. The service at the bar was great. We ate some kind of rabbit-tortilla dish, a crab-cheese appetizer, and a bowl of beer cheese soup. Everything was very, very tasty. The beer was interesting with a lot of wheat and fruit beers on even though autumn had officially begun a few days earlier. I will most likely visit here again especially given its proximity to Hop City.
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.