This was the first Sweetwater bar in Atlanta airport that we visited (there are at least two) but the queue to be seated was enormous so we didn’t linger and moved on to their outlet in Terminal A instead. Beer range seemed to be the same in both.
Visited here many times, just never rated it. Has six Sweetwaters on tap, five regular and one seasonal. Fast prompt service - they know you are in a hurry, Very reasonable prices when compared to other places in the airport. Pints are $6.50 and you can get a dozen boneless wings and fries for only $9.99. Beats the hell out of Gordon Biersch. I’ll be back!
A very crammed bar that’s in a particularly active part of the airport. This spot was very popular during my lunchtime visit. There was a pretty big queue of people waiting to be seated the entire time I was there. The food’s passable and the beer’s OK, but you’d have to be crazy to wait to eat here given the abundance of options in the immediate vicinity. As for the beer list, it’ll induce a shrug for most visitors. There’s 6 Sweetwater beers on tap plus a couple of macros like Dos Equis and Coors Lights. 5 of the Sweetwater beers were core offerings, so power raters won’t get much joy here. I don’t think bottles are available. Food consisted of sandwiches and salads. Prices weren’t terrible considering the location. My bartender was friendly but way overextended. Overall, Atlanta’s airport isn’t a beer haven. Don’t kill yourself to visit this place.
Stopped in here on my way back home. The terminal B location is more of a restaurant than the terminal A location. Both offer food, but this one has more tables set up for people to eat at. The other has more bar areas and most people were only drinking there. Neither does flights of beer, but they will allow you to sample up to three for free. With six beers on tap, I ended up trying two samples and getting a pint at each place. Service was alright. The server at terminal B definitely seemed more annoyed with me than anything, but I left her a nice tip for not being too bad and getting me samples I didn’t have to pay for. I don’t know how often I will end up in the Atlanta Airport, but if I did and they had something new, I would stop in here to try it. Otherwise, I would stick to the coffee and food options available in the airport.
Service was pretty good. Selection was pretty much what you could find in most liquor or grocery stores in Georgia. They had two beers I had never heard of, but both were out (of course). Didn’t eat there, so I can’t comment on that. Price was pretty steep for what it was, beer wise.
Decent bar atmosphere with good staff. Beer prices and quality were pretty good. Food and food prices were horrible. Considering the good food in this airport I am surprised at the crap they served. Drink here and eat elsewhere.