This warm brewery sits at the southeast corner of Piedmont Park, Atlanta's busiest public green. It is a favorite among dog ... More
This warm brewery sits at the southeast corner of Piedmont Park, Atlanta's busiest public green. It is a favorite among dog lovers, and hitches are available along the patio to leash your pet while you dine. The decidedly tavern-like interior is dark and friendly, with a fireplace. Two bars offer limited seating, but the main attraction is the patio, which overlooks the Midtown skyline. Pastas, fish and a wide range of appetizers highlight the menu. The Tavern also brews its own line of beer, which ranges from light amber ales to full-bodied stouts.
I loved the atmosphere, the view, the homemade microbrews, the great service and the wonderful people that both work and play there. We spent a much-needed day relaxing and people watching. we even saw two weddings and listened to a blues festival! These guys really now how to have fun. no matter how old or young the park tavern is a world-class experience. (even our server was born in Paris, grew up in Senegal and our busser was from Indonesia while our bartender was from Argentina!)
Regency Suites Hotel is on West Peachtree Street, four blocks from Atlanta's popular High Museum, and approximately 12 miles from
Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport. This location is also adjacent to a MARTA stop, two blocks from Georgia Tech, six ...
Founded in 1976, this 15 acre (six hectare) expanse of natural wonder is adjacent to Piedmont Park. A hardwood forest
intertwined with walking trails surrounds the Fuqua Conservatory, which houses a Japanese garden, rock garden, and displays of flora ...
This park, created for the 1996 Olympic Games held in Atlanta, boasts expansive greenery, rock gardens and artwork. The nearly
500,000 commemorative bricks that make up its main walkway were part of fund raising efforts for the Games. During ...