With every Taco Mac you get the same thing. Tons of great beers with more of a swill drinking crowd. Loud music and or sports. A decent food menu of usual bar fare. The wings are really good though IMO. The prices are a bit on the high side too. That scene doesn’t bother me but some don’t care for it. In Decatur you have other options obviously. Overall Ive been before and will again.
More open than most Taco Macs, with plenty of tables of various sizes, quite a few booths, and a private room. Service is alert and helpful - T-Mac knows how to train them. Tons of taps, decent food, plenty of local brews. Do visit if you are in Decatur.
Visited here in November ’13. Great place to catch a game - on the Saturday I was there, had at least 15 different games on the countless TVs scattered throughout the place and out on the patio. Huge selection of beers, at least 200, if not more draft and bottles. All of the regional brewers are represented. Some are a bit pricey - $7.00 for some high ABV selections, but a place has to make a profit and they are clearly marked on the menu. Solid food selection - had wings - very good. Service was ok - waitress could have been a bit friendlier - but was prompt and courteous. Great place for an out of towner to rack up a few ratings.
Least favorite Taco Mac I’ve visited. Looks like it could use a little renovation. Large selection of beers on tap as well as in bottles. Sports bar theme with pretty good bar food - known for their wings. Overall, a good place to go for a wide selection of beers, but there are some better places in the vicinity.
Quick stop on my way home from Brick Store. Pretty dead on a Tuesday night. Multiple TV’s blaring - definitely the sports bar vibe. 100ish taps, but many devoted to shit adjunct lagers or similar find it everywhere type shite. That said, they did have a decent number of actual GOOD beers on tap as well, including several from Bells, Founders, Left Hand, etc. Service was awesome, probably because they were so dead, and the wings I had were pretty good, not great. All in all it is a worthwhile place, but given its proximity to Brick Store there is not a lot of reason to stop other than a wing craving.
TM is usually busy. The staff works hard. Just seems that they are stretched to offer personal service. Somehow they do. It just takes an evening to get what you want. Food is mostly meat and fries. There are some salads and rice and beans. It’s loud and bustling.
A few unique drafts, with many quality micro brews on tap. Great place to watch a game, but there were too many people trying to order bud light or figuring out the most amount of beer they could order for the cheapest price. If you want to watch a game, go to the taco mac metropolis location; much better selection and nicer ambiance.
Kind of a cross between a sports bar and a mellow mushroom. A little run down but fine for hanging out with the guys. The food is reasonably priced and fair, pretty much your American sports bar fare. Oddly enough they sell very few taco’s. OK the beer, I was really stoked to see La Folie could either be purchased by pint or by the pitcher, crazy. I was already pretty bombed when I walked in there so I can’t really speak on the variety of beer but they had a HUGE tap list and I know there were some good ones on there it’s just my eyes didn’t make it much past pitcher of La Folie.
Ah, Decato Mac. All Taco Mac locations essentially boil down to: booths, bar, ONE THOUSAND televisions. Plus, this particular locale has a small-sized outdoor patio deal, if that’s your thing, but being a BIG FAN of air conditioning, you’ll usually find me hunkered down at the bar. It’s an older Taco Mac location, made all the more noticeable if you regularly visit one of the fresh, new joints.
The food is pretty tasty, plentiful, and reasonably priced for bar grub. Typically, I go for their Turkey and Swiss Panini or the new Shaved Roast Beef’wich.
The service, as is true for any bar, ranges from adequate to proficient. This is another reason for sitting at the bar, as it expedites the bar-getting process, plus the bar staff is usually a bit more knowledgeable, beerwise, as they spend their shifts stationed right next to the taps and coolers. I find their draft prices to be wholly acceptable and cannot remember a single time I balked at the bill, though their prices on large-sized, imported bottled beer can be a bit high. Now, I’d wager their bread and butter is the sale of macros, the Budmilloors stuff, and in catering to that particular crowd they serve their beers in extremely frozen glasses, so be sure to ask the staff for a non-chilled glass.
The parking situation for this particular location is a bit tricky, a bit tight, and can be pretty hard to come by, but I would say the exact same thing for essentially any joint in the downtown Decatur area.
Overall, it doesn’t display the grace, finesse, and the rich experience that a trip to the Brick Store Pub or Twain’s can provide, which isn’t such a big deal when you’re an hour away in Canton or Buford, but I find it very, very difficult not to pass this place up entirely for those locations when in the area. In fact, over the many years I’ve been going to downtown Decatur, I’ve visited the Taco Mac no more than five times (if that).
This Taco Mac has the second most taps of the intown stores (midtown is #1) and they have the most beers in Decatur. Unfortunately the food is the same as the rest of the chain: if they even had great wings I wouldn’t care but they don’t. The best food choice isn’t even on the menu: Philly cheese steak substituted with their fajita steak. Decent array of TV’s for sports but not great. If there’s not a Falcon or UGA game you can always find parking here.