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- General Info:
- Park Tavern offers 25 beers, a great selection of Wine Spectator-rated wines, Saké, fresh muddled Mojitos, Sangria and specialty drinks. Our hand made sushi is rolled with Wild Caught Hawaiian sashimi-grade tuna flown in every day.
- Extra Phones:
Primary Phone: (404) 249-0007
Phone: (404) 347-3040
Fax: (404) 249-0017
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, master card, visa, diners club, all major credit cards, cash, debit
- Northeast Atlanta, Midtown, Piedmont Park
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- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Posted: 18 days ago
My favorite thing about this place besides location is the 'when it rains it pours deal.' Yep, when it rains, park tavern does $1 drafts of their IPAs and stouts. And half off sushi after ten is always good. Parking can be a pain here if you're coming on a busy weekend.
Best patio in town! Incredible views of Piedmont Park and the Atlanta skyline. Good food including frequent specials on sushi and beer.
Good grub and good beers. They do a "when it rains, we pour" special that is a great treat in a rainy day. Best views of the park! Super crowded on nice days though!
Posted: 3/12/2012Provided by Citysearch -
saturday 3/10/2012 we went down for lucky fest. this was my first time to visit park tavern.
we ordered several of the same drinks, each time the girl could not remember the orage as a garnish.
toward the end of the night we were heading out , we ere told by this huge bouncer to move out of the way or we were gong to jail??? my date went to get the owner because neither one of us never have been talked to like that , for doing nothing. the owner was just as impolite as his door man. very low class. i will never go back to that place. the owner needs to realize working with the public, you dont threaten people that they will go to jail if for literally standing in front of the bar waiting on their entire group to catch up . RIDICULOUS!
Wish I could give 0 stars. Went there for ice skating after buying tickets online. The rink is TINY and super crowded. Was not informed that when you pay $15 per person you only get to skate for one "session", which is an hour and a half but starts 15 mins late. Plus, they don't have enough kids skates, so even though we arrived right in time for a session, we had to wait 2 hrs for the next one and be first in line bec the closest size they had was SIX sizes too large. To top it off, the girls who work in the rink area are very, very rude and unhelpful. I would've just gotten a refund but, surprise, they don't give refunds or exchanges. Obviously we will not be returning.
Posted: 7/13/2011Provided by Citysearch -
i'm sorry at this point I have heard too many stories about weddings being canceled at the last minute when stuff comes up. Just something potential brides and grooms should keep in mind if considering this venue (or other events). If an event comes up in the park after you have booked, beware that you could be scrambling at the last minute to find somewhere new.
Posted: 5/21/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to Park Tavern before for a holiday event. We went last year for Father's Day and it was great. So we went for Mother's Day this year. It was an absolute disaster. Just like wn2944 wrote for Easter Brunch, they allowed for WAY too many reservations, which turned the Park Tavern into an absolute zoo. Then all the good tables were reserved for larger parties, leaving us without a seat, even though we paid the same amount per person for the brunch! Luckily we went early and we didn't have to wait in line. When we left at 1 PM or so, there was a line out of the door, with MANY dissatisfied customers. You could not even get in the place, and you made reservations ahead of time. The food was ok. Not nearly as good as the year before for Father's Day. They ran out of coffee early on. Yes, a brunch and they didn't have coffee. The omeletes were not made to order. Instead, they just made a plain egg-only omelet and then you as guest put on your own ""toppings"". Hardly an omelet. My wife and son went to get dessert at the nice looking chocolate fountain inside. They got 4 chocolate covered strawberries and a couple of marchmallows. They had to wait in line for more than 25 minutes for that! The line simply didn't move. Too many people. We never saw a waiter. So we had to get all the stuff ourselves. Even clearing off the table wasn't happening. Again, way too many people for the staff they had. In summary, we will NOT go back. We paid $25 per person for a not-so-great experience. It's obvious they are just trying to make as much money as they can by taking costs out of staff and food, while allowing as many people as possible into the place. Sad, it was great before...