Nice spot for an airport. Pretty small but decent sized bar and probably enough seating. Good beer selection they had 6 beers on and all were really good. Had a fish sandwich and my g/f had a crab cake sandwich and both were good. Great way for us to kill our 3 hour layover ecspecially with the very easy subway system.
It is so nice to have a good option for beer in an airport. All the standard lineup is available with one tap that rotates for the seasonals.Prices are obviously too high just like every airport bar in America. The terminal B location has more space but seems to have more foot traffic based on my two trips here. The terminal A location has a smaller menu and less space, but the same beers. It found it easier to get a seat at Terminal A. Either way, Sweetwater’s draft houses are the prime option for having a beer in this airport.
Located at the Atlanta-Hartsfield Airport (ATL). Taking into account the usual beer & food available at most airports, this place is a welcome breath of fresh air. SweetWater beers are featured on draft of course, with other beers in bottles. The wait staff was attentive (they know you have a flight to catch) & the menu was very decent, featuring typical pub fare. All was served fresh & hot & tasty (especially for an airport bar). Drop in if you are passing through ATL--it’s the rare airport bar that features honest craft beer (which happens to be local & high quality).
Great addition to the airport. I would pick N/A for Ambience but they do the best you can in an airport probably. They usually have all the Sweetwater beers available at a good price. It’s near gate B-10
The selection wouldn’t be rated this high if this weren’t in an airport. Decent selection of house beers, and service was efficient. Food was about as good as you can expect from an airport restaurant.
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!
Ok, even though my score is somewhat low (high prices), I think this is a fantastic place. The service is great and the beer is always fresh. unfortunately, its a bit small and usually packed inside. I have fond memories after a long day of flying from the middle east into atlanta, getting drunk (thanks to a retired AF MAJ) and just having a great time.