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.
This brewpub has changed a wee bit since I fist visited shortly after they first opened. The menu is pretty much like that of the other two 5 Seasons breweries, and just as good, featuring locally grown/raised organic food. Their beers are first-rate, and though the service could have been a wee bit prompter the waitstaff does a good job. Parking is more than adequate, and they are on a MARTA bus line if you prefer to rely on public transit. Best of all, they are next to Hop City, best beer store in the area. A must if you live on this end of town.
Checked out this place for the first time recently and had a great experience. Their pumpkin ale was delicious and they had a large variety of hearty winter brews on tap. I wish I’d had the time to try them all. The prices were great and the food was good too. I recommend the grilled ravioli.
Sister location to 5 Seasons North in Alpharetta. Again, wonderful organic / local food, world class beers from Crawford in a wide range of styles. Great service and fantastic environment. There is an upstairs balcony overlooking Atlanta. A bit pricey on food but worth it!
Great place for view of Atlanta skyline. Good food and beer. Fun place to be for tappings.
JCB (294) Durham, North Carolina | January 15, 2016
Was in the neighborhood for Hop City, and my friends and I decided to pop in here for dinner. Great decision! Love the space, and the service was immediately winning. We tried and enjoyed offerings ranging from a terrific IPA to a wine-barrel quad, and were impressed by all. But aside from the top notch beers, this is one of those rare places that pays just as much attention to the food as to the craft brew. We were knocked out by the total package. Don’t miss out.
The food was awesome. The prices are a bit on the expensive side. I ordered one of the "feasts". The duck was amazing and I had plenty to eat, but I was still able to nibble on my fiance’s kobe beef. The beers were great. I had my first cask ale and a few of the other ones as well. Overall I was very pleased, but I might stick to the middle plates, because some of them seemed as filling as the feast I had.
New location. Stopped in briefly for some brews and lunch. Food is great, and the beer is solid. The inside of the restaurant is really nice, and the patio is pretty solid. The location is excellent, near Tech and next to Hop City. They will do very well. Hopefully their beer continues to be solid with some splitting time between locations.