Atlanta >Park Tavern
“The view from the outdoor deck is wonderful.”
“(Ask for Allison) What a great place to watch the sunset over the atlanta skyline and enjoy music, beer and friends.”
“ordered the twice baked quiche, which was good, and my boyfriend ordered and liked the breakfast burrito.”
“used to be a big fan, the menu has changed and i feel they have really lost their touch with the burgers.”
“great family restaurant, nice view of the park, definitly would go again.”
“Skyline view with great beer and service”
“The view is nice but I felt it was NOT worth working with a person who acted like they were doing me a favor by letting me even think about having my wedding there.”
“Overall, the food was decent; the wait time was long for our order but what can you expect for Sunday brunch.”
Outdoor dining and a solid beer list complement a spectacular view overlooking Piedmont Park and the Atlanta skyline..
Popular for alumni mixers, corporate happy hours and post-in-line skating cool-downs, this Midtown destination offers postcard views of Piedmont Park and the Midtown skyline. The spacious flagstone terrace is at the center of the action, attracting hordes of revelers during summer concerts and annual blow-out parties on St. Patrick's Day and New Year's Eve. During cooler months, crowds head inside to mingle and cozy up to the bar in the lodge-like dining room.
This busy restaurant features a familiar tavern menu built out with craft-brewed beer, such as the exceptional Park Trail Ale and the medium-bodied Olmsted Amber, named in honor of the park's designers. Buffalo wings, artichoke dip and brewery cheeseburgers are popular choices. Adventurous diners can sample the pecan-smoked barbecue--especially the ribs or the chicken.
Homefries are not hashbrowns!. We went for Sunday brunch and were delighted to bring our dogs and sit outside. I ordered the twice baked quiche, which was good, and my boyfriend ordered and liked the breakfast burrito. The grits were quite good but steer clear of the "hashbrowns", which are actually homefries (cubed, not shredded) and appear to be just the frozen kind, not at all homemade. We liked that they had dog water bowls for our pets to drink but for us, the mimosa wasn't very good; I couldn't even taste the juice and it wasn't served in a champagne flute. I suspect the juice wasn't fresh as it had a grayish color and no pulp. I would like to order the "Tavern Benedict" next time but it contains farmed salmon so I will not. They should change it to wild salmon and up the quality of the dish. Overall, the food was decent; the wait time was long for our order but what can you expect for Sunday brunch. We liked the view so we will probably go again.
Skyline view with great beer and service. I was at Park tavern last Sunday. It was awsome. The beer was good I had a sampler of all the beers and the wheat was my favorite but my friend liked the Pale ale. If you know anything about beers and micro brews, you need to try the beer there. If they had tee-shirts I would buy it. The service was great also the server knew about beers and directed me in the right direction. (Ask for Allison) What a great place to watch the sunset over the atlanta skyline and enjoy music, beer and friends.
Trail Mix. The view from the outdoor deck is wonderful. A beautiful park with a stretch of city skyline in the distance. The muzak was dreadful, totally destroying the ambience. I had the Park Trail Ale, which some reviewer described as "exceptional. It is. It tastes like it was brewed from pond scum, the worst beer I have ever experienced, and I have had beers all over this country and a few others. It was bitter, rank, and had the flavor of burnt rubber. Then the "meat falling off the bone" ribs. You want to taste these ribs? Boil some cardboard, pour bland barbecue sauce over it, and save yourself $19. If you have the bad luck to find yourself here on a sunny day order water or lemonade and enjoy the view. Quite a few other guests did. I guess they'd been here before.
Great!. Although I've only been there about 6 times, every time was exceptional. So exceptional, in fact, that my wife and I seriously discussed having our rehearsal dinner there. Food was always great, service was above average and a good time was had by all. Spectacular views and peoplewatching as well. I suggest sunset.
Don't count on the $1 drafts.
Let me preface this by saying I think this place is decent overall. However, the whole dollar drafts thing is a complete myth. I've been there twice recently when it has been noticeably raining outside, and no dice on the dollar drafts. The time before that the dollar drafts were on for about 20 minutes while it was raining and that was it.
Overall though the food is decent, the atmosphere is solid, and you obviously can't beat the view.
Beer aficionados beware, the beer is flat out terrible. And it will give you the worst headache you've ever had in your entire life the next day.
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