I’m a huge fan of 5 Seasons in the ATL, so I had to check out this location. I believe it represents the brand quite well. The lunch was delicious and reasonably priced for the quality and presentation. I had very delicious blackened fish tacos while my friend had a tasty shrimp burger. The service was friendly and very prompt. The ambiance is refined and sophisticated without being snooty. I’ll probably stick to the one downtown only because Alpharetta is a bit out of the way from my usual route.
Revisted again in 6/14 after about seven years. Really showing its age, sloppy appearance, dusty exposed beams, orders full of mistakes, servers not really knowing what is going on. Beer is still pretty solid, but of the three 5 Season, this one comes in third. Original Rating This place looks very familiar....used to be a Buckhead Brewery which is a defunct chain that actually started in Tallahassee believe it or not. Lots of exposed wood beam, fireplaces, stone etc. Very comfortable. Same excellent food as the regular 5 Seasons - moderately expensive but worth it - I recommend the Organic Salmon. Had about 8 on tap - 5 on the menu and 3 more if you ask for them. All above par. The Espresso Stout which was on cask was outstanding. Service friendly and energetic. Highly recommended.
Nice brewbup. Big location. Really solid food, much beyond bar food. All the beers were fairly solid as well, some even really good. I like this place. It was pretty empty on our visit, but I had a good time.
The beers I have had here are outstanding, and their food is very good. Have a few with dinner! Located on Old Milton just a few blocks east of Georgia 400, this place is easy to find and has ample parking. The main room is open with a high ceiling, but it can still be cozy and intimate. It includes a bar area, a number of tables and booths, and couch-like seating around a fireplace. Two rooms upstairs can accommodate meetings or private parties. Worth visiting time and again; I hope MARTA finally opens a rail station in this area!
Nice interior, with a lot of wooden beams and open areas. The servers are friendly, but often seem unknowledgeable or uninterested in the beer. The tap list is limited, and focuses inordinately on lighter beers. I wish I had delved into the vintage beers. The food always looks delicious, but I can’t bring myself to pay for it. The food is expensive, but the beer is relatively well priced, and they offer short pours. Overall, this is a nice brewpub, and worth a visit, although I’d recommend Hop Alley, Cherry Street, or even 5 Seasons Prado first.