1180 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Fax: (404) 247-2221
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Burgers, Caterers, Family Style, American, Hot Dogs, European, Continental
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Good For Groups: Yes
Located in Midtown, just across from Colony Square. Great patio, tons of seating and dog friendly. The interior has a few different levels and a lot of space, so they can usually accommodate large groups. The food is good - the menu is a little scattered for lunch, but much bigger for dinner. They host a ton of beer pairing dinners here which is pretty cool, and have a very big beer selection.
The menu is limited, but it's a perfect place to grab dinner and valet before a show with the ASO.
We have rarely had a bad experience at Tap. It has one of the best outside dining experiences in Midtown. The staff is always pleasant and professional. Its location near the High Museum, Museum of Design Atlanta, and Piedmont Park makes it ideal for a rendezvous with that certain someone special, wink.
06/17/2010Provided by Citysearch -
An American gastropub right in our own backyard, TAP is the perfect blend of everything you?re looking for. Both a bar and a restaurant, TAP boasts great food, patio dining in a great location, live music and a penchant for airing all the great sports games of the day. Named for the restaurant?s extensive draft beer and barrel wine selections, TAP has something for everyone, and won?t break the bank either. Their libations range from the usual suspects to interesting blends, including my new favorite, sparkling wine with elderflower and a twist. From their 3 for $9 taco selection (including delicious choices of bbq pork and buttermilk chicken) to my favorite pub burger, perfectly cooked, and served with cheddar and pickles on a whole wheat English muffin, you?re sure to find something to wet your appetite. The burger also comes with a special treat, a shot of chocolate milkshake. While I do like the fries, I tend to sub it out for their beet salad which is fresh and flavorful. Bonus tip: Check-in in on FourSquare: first and fifth check-ins get a free appetizer, and the mayor gets free drinks.
03/29/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Tap was one of the first to claim ""gastropub"" in their concept, as the Concentrics people are always good at following trends. They were also one of the first places to feature a burger as their signature item, serving it on an English muffin. But I went back the other day and had the burger, which I hadn't had in a year or so...and I still like it.
It's small in size, but they aren't afraid to cook it med or med rare. It comes with one slice of American cheese and a few pickles. I'm not a big fan of pickles so I get it without. But the burger has great flavor, it's simple and it comes with shoestring fries and a little chocolate shake. And the muffin holds the burger just fine... its' not as good as a potato bun at Grindhouse, or one that came from H&F Bakery, but it works.
I'm glad they haven't changed it, or taken it off the menu.
08/24/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We went to have a lunch there on Sunday, Aug. 23. The place did not appear to be terribly busy and they had tables available in the patio area. With no hostess in sight we decided to seat ourselves. After about 5 minutes the hostess came, she asked us to leave the table and wait at the bar area. We waited for another 5-10 minutes and were shown to the table with no umbrella, in the full blazing sun. She made no apologies or asked if we liked the table, she just left. Few minutes in the hot sun, and we left this place. Can?t tell if the food is good. We are not going back, I hate to be treated like a nuisance. There are many great places to eat in Atlanta, this is not one of them.
02/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The patio is the best feature of this bar (it?s a stretch to say it is a serious restaurant). The food is very mediocre. It's a place to go grab a beer after work, before going out clubbing, or just hanging out with friends. The music is usually loud inside and the multi level set up is disconcerting and makes the place feel small and cramped. It's a young crowd (under 35) and mostly straight but gay friendly. It's in midtown so it is attracts a more open minded crowd than a suburban bar/beer house.
09/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We went there on a Sunday evening and it wasn't all that crowded, yet the service was pretty bad. They were out of several things that we ordered, they brought one entree before the appetizers and we had to send it back and the server seemed annoyed. We had our appetizers and then 3 of the entrees arrived, but the 4th never showed (not the same one we sent back). We asked twice and were told it was on it's way, which we took for Oops we forgot. After about 15 minutes the final entree arrived. The food was OK, but there are so many better options in Atlanta. Lots of local pubs and bars have better beer and better service. I expected a lot more from a Concentrics Restaurant. I don't plan on going back.