Service was excellent, building was very clean and open. Was not impressed by the beers on first try, but I will come back and rate the beers themselves and write more about this location. The beers just seemed to be lacking any sort of unique defining character, there were all refreshing and drinkable. The food was amazing and the portions were large. I want to come back the next time I’m in Atlanta.
chinchill (237) South Carolina | December 19, 2015| Updated December 21, 2015
Upscale brewery restaurant with prices to match. Free valet parking. 9 house beers on tap. The food is over-priced. While the beer is reasonably priced, the variety and quality is not up with a number of other choices in Atlanta such as the Wrecking Bar or (any) Five Seasons ... and the food is better at these alternatives.
Felt like a suit-and-tie, afterwork mixer for the recently graduated and soon-to-retire. Beers are the house-made, agreeable lagers (and a couple of tepid ales) that you would expect if you selected the place to conduct a business meeting. Prices are decent and service was adequate. Food was average.
Went here for dinner with friends. It’s your typical brew pub chain. The food was delicious and their beers are decent. They had six beers on tap, ranging from a pilsner to a dark lager. Service was excellent.
This GB is located in midtown and had 8 taps (4 lagers and 4 ales). The beers are what you’d expect, but I sat at the bar and the service was outstanding. I didn’t eat, but the menu looked good, and the atmosphere was nice as well. It exceeded my expectations, and is a block away from Taco Mac’s, which is worth a stop too.
As one would expect, the ambiance here is very stock. It’s big, plain and crowded with businessmen and their fancy women. Basically everything on the safe beer list was a lager. I had the pilsener to no real enjoyment. Service was good.