Tap 1180

★★★☆☆
  • 1180 Peachtree St NE

    Atlanta, GA 30309

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  • 404-347-2220

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An American gastropub right in our own backyard that charge you 8$ for 1 ounce of Jagermeister shot!!! and you get cocky bartenders and servers on the top of that!!

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★★★☆☆

An American gastropub right in our own backyard that charge you 8$ for 1 ounce of Jagermeister shot!!! and you get cocky bartenders and servers on the top of that!!

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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.

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★★★★☆

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.

Pros: Food, location, parking, atmosphere

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We always eat on the patio so I've never actually been inside but whenever we go the service is great and the food is even better!! Very convenient location and great vibe on Peachtree street! Recommended!

5
★★★★★

We always eat on the patio so I've never actually been inside but whenever we go the service is great and the food is even better!! Very convenient location and great vibe on Peachtree street! Recommended!

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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.

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★★★★☆

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.

Pros: Burger on an english muffin.

Cons: Parking in that 'hood sucks.

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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.

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★☆☆☆☆

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.

Pros: great location

Cons: service is terrible

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Good gastro pub. Great beer selection and the food is very creative. Great decor, and their staff is very friendly. I especially like their porch on a nice day.

5
★★★★★

Good gastro pub. Great beer selection and the food is very creative. Great decor, and their staff is very friendly. I especially like their porch on a nice day.

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Ive been to Tap for both dinner and brunch. Both were great. They make great eggs benedict for brunch. For dinner, their fries are really good. All of the food is really good. The have their own beer that is an ale.

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★★★★☆

Ive been to Tap for both dinner and brunch. Both were great. They make great eggs benedict for brunch. For dinner, their fries are really good. All of the food is really good. The have their own beer that is an ale.

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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.

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★★★☆☆

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.

Pros: Patio

Cons: Food

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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.

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★★☆☆☆

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.

Pros: Nice Atmosphere

Cons: Service, Beer Selection and Prices

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Tap is one of those cool places that is easy to go to because the food is great, the people are beautiful and you dont have to spend an arm and a leg, and you don't have to stay up until midnight until the crowd gets good.

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★★★★★

Tap is one of those cool places that is easy to go to because the food is great, the people are beautiful and you dont have to spend an arm and a leg, and you don't have to stay up until midnight until the crowd gets good.

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I recently spent the afternoon on the patio at TAP. A group of us just hung out, had some drinks and food while people watching. It was a really great time. I will definitely be visiting again!

2
★★★★☆

I recently spent the afternoon on the patio at TAP. A group of us just hung out, had some drinks and food while people watching. It was a really great time. I will definitely be visiting again!

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THE MUSIC IS REALLY LOUD. Sorry I raised my voice. I suppose it's due to the hearing loss I experience every time I go to TAP. Can't help it. The music is really loud. I can barely hear my fellow diner(s) talking and that's before, I repeat before the DJ starts up. It's my understanding that the owners think this is really nifty. AOK. Not gonna argue. They just need to know that everybody I talk to says the same thing. TOO LOUD!!! Heard rumors that the neighbors aren?t so happy with the noise level either. So now to the food. Well, dined there around 10 times and in the final analysis I?d say it's iffy. Actually, last evening may have sounded the death knell. I ordered a fish sandwich and it came with a slice of American cheese on it. Did ya hear me? American cheese which it turns out is something they call ?square cheese?. WHAT?????? Enough said people. I'm not sure I'm going to be able to go back there since this episode puts into question all the other ingredients they use. OK, so on the lighter side???? Never had bad service there. Ah?.OK, now I?m done. I think I?ll still go but it will be on a Saturday afternoon from 2-4 and I?ll just drink beer. There?that should work!!!

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★★☆☆☆

THE MUSIC IS REALLY LOUD. Sorry I raised my voice. I suppose it's due to the hearing loss I experience every time I go to TAP. Can't help it. The music is really loud. I can barely hear my fellow diner(s) talking and that's before, I repeat before the DJ starts up. It's my understanding that the owners think this is really nifty. AOK. Not gonna argue. They just need to know that everybody I talk to says the same thing. TOO LOUD!!! Heard rumors that the neighbors aren?t so happy with the noise level either. So now to the food. Well, dined there around 10 times and in the final analysis I?d say it's iffy. Actually, last evening may have sounded the death knell. I ordered a fish sandwich and it came with a slice of American cheese on it. Did ya hear me? American cheese which it turns out is something they call ?square cheese?. WHAT?????? Enough said people. I'm not sure I'm going to be able to go back there since this episode puts into question all the other ingredients they use. OK, so on the lighter side???? Never had bad service there. Ah?.OK, now I?m done. I think I?ll still go but it will be on a Saturday afternoon from 2-4 and I?ll just drink beer. There?that should work!!!

Pros: Bad stuff negates good stuff

Cons: MUSIC IS WAY TOO LOUD (sorry to holler)

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I was here on a recent Thursday night for drinks and dinner. The patio was spilling over with folks having post-work drinks, generating a fun, energetic vibe. The food, however, is nothing special.

My friends and I sampled the fried pickles for a starter. They were sweet pickles, which was unexpected, and not very crispy or flavorful. I ordered the mussels for dinner. They were very small, a bit slimy and the broth was plain and needed some spice. I did enjoy the side order of garlic french fries.

I'd come back here for beer, an enjoyable patio scene and maybe some more of those fries. But I'll eat dinner at home or elsewhere.

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★★☆☆☆

I was here on a recent Thursday night for drinks and dinner. The patio was spilling over with folks having post-work drinks, generating a fun, energetic vibe. The food, however, is nothing special.

My friends and I sampled the fried pickles for a starter. They were sweet pickles, which was unexpected, and not very crispy or flavorful. I ordered the mussels for dinner. They were very small, a bit slimy and the broth was plain and needed some spice. I did enjoy the side order of garlic french fries.

I'd come back here for beer, an enjoyable patio scene and maybe some more of those fries. But I'll eat dinner at home or elsewhere.

Pros: great patio, great selection of beer

Cons: flavorless food

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i agree with other reviewers. if you want to hang out, be seen, be in a cool locale and have good drinks, certainly hang out here. if you are at all hungry for anything beyond appetizers, do NOT go here. $14 for a lukewarm/cold cheesesteak sandwich? are you kidding me? and this wasn't on saturday night, this was on a weeknight. my friends got cheeseburgers and they looked small and equally cold. service was mediocre at best, brought the wrong sides out and slow. don't even have tabasco, what a shame.

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★★★☆☆

i agree with other reviewers. if you want to hang out, be seen, be in a cool locale and have good drinks, certainly hang out here. if you are at all hungry for anything beyond appetizers, do NOT go here. $14 for a lukewarm/cold cheesesteak sandwich? are you kidding me? and this wasn't on saturday night, this was on a weeknight. my friends got cheeseburgers and they looked small and equally cold. service was mediocre at best, brought the wrong sides out and slow. don't even have tabasco, what a shame.

Pros: cool hang out, good brews

Cons: service and food mediocre

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Tap is the perfect combination of atmosphere, location and great food. I love going at happy hour, where there is such a diverse crowd.

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★★★★★

Tap is the perfect combination of atmosphere, location and great food. I love going at happy hour, where there is such a diverse crowd.

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Good selection of beer, nice staff, but overpriced and the food is sub-par. If you're just wanting a couple of drinks before you go to eat real food - it's a nice spot. If you're hungry, keep walking.

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★★☆☆☆

Good selection of beer, nice staff, but overpriced and the food is sub-par. If you're just wanting a couple of drinks before you go to eat real food - it's a nice spot. If you're hungry, keep walking.

Pros: Locale, service

Cons: food, food, food

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A friend and I went to Tap because they were advertising a Cinco de Mayo party however when we arrived they only had half off patron...WOW...okay so we sit down and we have the laziest waiter in the place helping our table well they bring us the menu and its dirty and greezy and I am flipping through this paphlet of information trying to find what they are serving today becasue it has brunch, snacks, appetizers, and drinks where the heck are the entree's well with a little help we find the entree's...low and behold the otions are limited and the selction is off the wall...I just couldnt believe the skimpy selection and the cuisine is all over the place. I wouldnt recommend this place to my worst enemy all I can say is they have a great piece of real estate!

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★☆☆☆☆

A friend and I went to Tap because they were advertising a Cinco de Mayo party however when we arrived they only had half off patron...WOW...okay so we sit down and we have the laziest waiter in the place helping our table well they bring us the menu and its dirty and greezy and I am flipping through this paphlet of information trying to find what they are serving today becasue it has brunch, snacks, appetizers, and drinks where the heck are the entree's well with a little help we find the entree's...low and behold the otions are limited and the selction is off the wall...I just couldnt believe the skimpy selection and the cuisine is all over the place. I wouldnt recommend this place to my worst enemy all I can say is they have a great piece of real estate!

Pros: Great Location

Cons: Everything else to do with this place

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From the moment we sat down our server, Harrison, was helpful and attentive. He took the time to suggest a couple of beers we might like and let us have a sample before we made our final decision. All his food suggestions were right on, we loved everything we ordered from the goat cheese plate to the pub burger. And when our drinks took a little long to arrive, he apologized for the wait and said it was because there was a large party upstairs. In a world where customer service is lacking, Harrison was friendly and attentive and made our first experience at Tap worth it and we will definitely come back!

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★★★★☆

From the moment we sat down our server, Harrison, was helpful and attentive. He took the time to suggest a couple of beers we might like and let us have a sample before we made our final decision. All his food suggestions were right on, we loved everything we ordered from the goat cheese plate to the pub burger. And when our drinks took a little long to arrive, he apologized for the wait and said it was because there was a large party upstairs. In a world where customer service is lacking, Harrison was friendly and attentive and made our first experience at Tap worth it and we will definitely come back!

Pros: Awesome outdoor patio

Cons: Hostess stand not very visible - wasn't sure where to give my parties name

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A friend and I walked up to the restaurant and upon assessing the atmosphere and decor agreed that it looked like a good hang out spot. We stood at the door wondering if we should seat ourselves or if we needed to wait to be seated (mind you someone was folding silverware right next to us). We asked what to do and he said the host stand was on the other side of the bar. To make this short- the server was unattentive and lazy and the food was pretty good (the sauces were what saved them) but not warm at all. After serving our meals our server ignored us- two other servers came by to pick up our plates. A completely different server came with our checks (this was on a Thursday night after 9:30 PM and they weren't busy at all). Our original server came by to take our payment and that was that. I tipped poorly and wrote a note on my check saying the service was poor. The food was mediocre- nothing to rave about. It tasted as if it had been sitting on the plate for too long (barely warm). The place is somewhat overpriced for what you get and the quality of the food. I would NOT recommend this place and will NEVER go again.

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★☆☆☆☆

A friend and I walked up to the restaurant and upon assessing the atmosphere and decor agreed that it looked like a good hang out spot. We stood at the door wondering if we should seat ourselves or if we needed to wait to be seated (mind you someone was folding silverware right next to us). We asked what to do and he said the host stand was on the other side of the bar. To make this short- the server was unattentive and lazy and the food was pretty good (the sauces were what saved them) but not warm at all. After serving our meals our server ignored us- two other servers came by to pick up our plates. A completely different server came with our checks (this was on a Thursday night after 9:30 PM and they weren't busy at all). Our original server came by to take our payment and that was that. I tipped poorly and wrote a note on my check saying the service was poor. The food was mediocre- nothing to rave about. It tasted as if it had been sitting on the plate for too long (barely warm). The place is somewhat overpriced for what you get and the quality of the food. I would NOT recommend this place and will NEVER go again.

Pros: location, atmosphere and decor

Cons: food and SERVICE

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Its a very rare thing that my husband and I go to a bar or restaurant and only order three things total. Its an even rarer thing for us to order only three things total and have one of them be unavailable. But ALL THREE? That happened to us at Tap. We went in one Friday during happy hour, sat at the bar, and ordered a glass of white wine (didn't even specify a varietal!), a Sam Adams, and a plate of the calamari listed on the menu. Our bartended cheerfully said "no problem!" One minute later we were informed that ALL the white wine in the place hadn't been chilled and was hot, but he could serve it to me "on ice". Uh, yuck. A couple of minutes later he told my husband they were out of Sam Adams. THEN, after that, he told us that the kitchen "couldn't make" the calamari until 5 pm. It was about 4:45. He told us he could give us a plate of the olives stored on the bar. He did, they were terrible, and then he charged us for them. We choked down the olives, iced down wine, and whatever replacement beer was offered, and got the heck out of there. Its unbelievable to me that a BAR would be out of chiilled wine and a featured beer DURING HAPPY HOUR?!?!? And no flexibility to make something off the happy hour menu 15 minutes early? We would have just waited...but...they didn't have our drinks! We won't go back. We're not even that picky, but come ON.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Its a very rare thing that my husband and I go to a bar or restaurant and only order three things total. Its an even rarer thing for us to order only three things total and have one of them be unavailable. But ALL THREE? That happened to us at Tap. We went in one Friday during happy hour, sat at the bar, and ordered a glass of white wine (didn't even specify a varietal!), a Sam Adams, and a plate of the calamari listed on the menu. Our bartended cheerfully said "no problem!" One minute later we were informed that ALL the white wine in the place hadn't been chilled and was hot, but he could serve it to me "on ice". Uh, yuck. A couple of minutes later he told my husband they were out of Sam Adams. THEN, after that, he told us that the kitchen "couldn't make" the calamari until 5 pm. It was about 4:45. He told us he could give us a plate of the olives stored on the bar. He did, they were terrible, and then he charged us for them. We choked down the olives, iced down wine, and whatever replacement beer was offered, and got the heck out of there. Its unbelievable to me that a BAR would be out of chiilled wine and a featured beer DURING HAPPY HOUR?!?!? And no flexibility to make something off the happy hour menu 15 minutes early? We would have just waited...but...they didn't have our drinks! We won't go back. We're not even that picky, but come ON.

Pros: Its cool looking inside, I guess...

Cons: No easy parking, no chilled beer or Sam Adams at happy hour, crappy olives when they won't make you the calamari you ordered

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Went for the first time tonight. First impressions: Impressed. Service was terrible. I am not going to go into details. I feel that this spot has a lot of potential. Some food/dishes are "gastropub" enough (i.e. calamari and stuffed mush.) and need to be left alone. The atmosphere is unlike any other in the city. Great beer selection (there) and simple food is a must (almost there). Could very easily be my favorite bar in Atlanta.

1
★★★☆☆

Went for the first time tonight. First impressions: Impressed. Service was terrible. I am not going to go into details. I feel that this spot has a lot of potential. Some food/dishes are "gastropub" enough (i.e. calamari and stuffed mush.) and need to be left alone. The atmosphere is unlike any other in the city. Great beer selection (there) and simple food is a must (almost there). Could very easily be my favorite bar in Atlanta.

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I've always liked the scallops at TAP, but I recently dined there only to find out they had changed the dish! At first I was disappointed, but I ordered them anyway, and I'm so glad I did. The scallops (big ones) are now served with a garlic and celery potato puree. The combination is out of this world and perfect for the cold weather. If only I could make something like that at home and curl up by my fireplace and eat it! I can't wait to go back and try them again!

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★★★★☆

I've always liked the scallops at TAP, but I recently dined there only to find out they had changed the dish! At first I was disappointed, but I ordered them anyway, and I'm so glad I did. The scallops (big ones) are now served with a garlic and celery potato puree. The combination is out of this world and perfect for the cold weather. If only I could make something like that at home and curl up by my fireplace and eat it! I can't wait to go back and try them again!

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We recently tried TAP on a busy weekend and were incredibly disappointed. After waiting for our reserved table, crowding around the extremely busy but understaffed bar, were seated in a nice dining room upstairs but were never waited upon. A cook finally came to our aid and took our order, after we repeatedly tried to get the waiters' attention, but even then only two of the three things we ordered ever arrived at the table. And when we did try to order drinks, then never arrived -- even when we ordered them through the manager. Instead we had to fight our way to the bar downstairs to get our own drinks. And eventually we resorted to letting ourselves into the second floor freezer to get the beers we're ordered. And we weren't alone ... the tables around us resorted to the same "self-service" -- getting our own silverware and busing our own tables because the wait-staff was so negligent. They never even brought is a bill! To say it was bad service would imply that there was some level of serve to measure. Please avoid this restaurant.

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★☆☆☆☆

We recently tried TAP on a busy weekend and were incredibly disappointed. After waiting for our reserved table, crowding around the extremely busy but understaffed bar, were seated in a nice dining room upstairs but were never waited upon. A cook finally came to our aid and took our order, after we repeatedly tried to get the waiters' attention, but even then only two of the three things we ordered ever arrived at the table. And when we did try to order drinks, then never arrived -- even when we ordered them through the manager. Instead we had to fight our way to the bar downstairs to get our own drinks. And eventually we resorted to letting ourselves into the second floor freezer to get the beers we're ordered. And we weren't alone ... the tables around us resorted to the same "self-service" -- getting our own silverware and busing our own tables because the wait-staff was so negligent. They never even brought is a bill! To say it was bad service would imply that there was some level of serve to measure. Please avoid this restaurant.

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I went to TAP with some of my single girlfriends last week, and if you?re single and ready to mingle, TAP is definitely the place to go. Great beer list, amazing food (the calamari is the best twist on a classic I?ve ever had!) and an awesome vibe. And now you can get your picture taken with the holiday animal wearing a Santa hat ? now who wouldn?t want that?

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★★★★☆

I went to TAP with some of my single girlfriends last week, and if you?re single and ready to mingle, TAP is definitely the place to go. Great beer list, amazing food (the calamari is the best twist on a classic I?ve ever had!) and an awesome vibe. And now you can get your picture taken with the holiday animal wearing a Santa hat ? now who wouldn?t want that?

Pros: wide beer selection, fun atmosphere

Cons: somewhat loud

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This place was great. The wait staff was very friendly and knew their material. The menu was very unique and offered a ton of imported beers from belgium and germany. The only downside is the bathroom is on the third floor by the kitchen.

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★★★★★

This place was great. The wait staff was very friendly and knew their material. The menu was very unique and offered a ton of imported beers from belgium and germany. The only downside is the bathroom is on the third floor by the kitchen.

Pros: Food/Beer/Service

Cons: bathroom/third floor

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Our server (Nathaniel) came by our table shortly after we sat down. We ordered drinks and took a few moments to look at the menu. Nathaniel returned with our drinks and took our order...we asked several questions, as the menu was hard to understand, but our server was wonderful in explaining it all.
THE FOOD IS INCREDIBLE!!! I ordered the pork while my date ordered the calamari. The pork was perfect, and the ravioli even better. The calamari was good, but spicer than I expected.
In the end, I had a wonderful time at tap. The service is outstanding, which is what I expect, especially since it is owned by the same people that own ONE and TWO. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to enjoy their drinks as much as they enjoy their food.

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★★★★★

Our server (Nathaniel) came by our table shortly after we sat down. We ordered drinks and took a few moments to look at the menu. Nathaniel returned with our drinks and took our order...we asked several questions, as the menu was hard to understand, but our server was wonderful in explaining it all.
THE FOOD IS INCREDIBLE!!! I ordered the pork while my date ordered the calamari. The pork was perfect, and the ravioli even better. The calamari was good, but spicer than I expected.
In the end, I had a wonderful time at tap. The service is outstanding, which is what I expect, especially since it is owned by the same people that own ONE and TWO. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to enjoy their drinks as much as they enjoy their food.

Pros: service, drinks

Cons: crowds

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I had high hopes for this new entrant in the growing midtown restaurant scene. Overall it was very disappointing.

The space and concept of the restaurant are great. The interior is modern, if not a bit cold (literally and figuratively), but the kegs suspended over the bar in a wine-cellar manner is a nice touch. The menus are a graphic-design success, and the menu items are quite ambitious in their descriptions. Sadly, the positive parts of the experience end here.

The service was slow and not overly inviting - this was also on a Sunday night where things were not overly busy. The beers took longer than it should, and for a gastro "pub" their selection of draft beers was disappointing. The food ranged from unimpressive - the fried pickles with blue cheese "fondue" were tasteless - to down right inedible - the stuffed peppers were mushy and lacked any flavor. After the disappointing starters and slow beverage service, our group decided to forego a full dinner.

While the atmosphere is nice, and the menu is ambitious sounding, the execution is totally off. This isn't somewhere I will try again.

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★☆☆☆☆

I had high hopes for this new entrant in the growing midtown restaurant scene. Overall it was very disappointing.

The space and concept of the restaurant are great. The interior is modern, if not a bit cold (literally and figuratively), but the kegs suspended over the bar in a wine-cellar manner is a nice touch. The menus are a graphic-design success, and the menu items are quite ambitious in their descriptions. Sadly, the positive parts of the experience end here.

The service was slow and not overly inviting - this was also on a Sunday night where things were not overly busy. The beers took longer than it should, and for a gastro "pub" their selection of draft beers was disappointing. The food ranged from unimpressive - the fried pickles with blue cheese "fondue" were tasteless - to down right inedible - the stuffed peppers were mushy and lacked any flavor. After the disappointing starters and slow beverage service, our group decided to forego a full dinner.

While the atmosphere is nice, and the menu is ambitious sounding, the execution is totally off. This isn't somewhere I will try again.

Pros: Interior Decor

Cons: The Food

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I have been to Tap twice, and the space is visually very nice. Before going, I read a review to stick with the burger or a salad. I love the burgers and fries at One Midtown Kitchen, so I order the $12.00 burger, expecting something similar. The presentation was very bad. Everything on the plate was brown. The fries looked like a pile of burnt toothpicks, the burger is on a small brown whole wheat english muffin, and there is also a brown micro-mini milkshake. No color or garnish of any kind on the plate. The fries were terrible and did not taste fresh. They crumble in your hands like potato chips. I guess they are cooked down so much that there is not enough potato left to retain any heat. If I am going to eat fries, I at least want them to be fresh and hot. The burger is served on a soft whole wheat English muffin that should have been toasted. The burger is topped with ONLY a pickle and slice of cheap American cheese. Nothing else. No lettuce, onion, tomato, or other veg's. The burger is soft and mushy, and lacks any texture. I gave the brown mico-min milkshake to someone else at my table, so I cannot comment on it other than it is served in a clear disposable shotglass.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been to Tap twice, and the space is visually very nice. Before going, I read a review to stick with the burger or a salad. I love the burgers and fries at One Midtown Kitchen, so I order the $12.00 burger, expecting something similar. The presentation was very bad. Everything on the plate was brown. The fries looked like a pile of burnt toothpicks, the burger is on a small brown whole wheat english muffin, and there is also a brown micro-mini milkshake. No color or garnish of any kind on the plate. The fries were terrible and did not taste fresh. They crumble in your hands like potato chips. I guess they are cooked down so much that there is not enough potato left to retain any heat. If I am going to eat fries, I at least want them to be fresh and hot. The burger is served on a soft whole wheat English muffin that should have been toasted. The burger is topped with ONLY a pickle and slice of cheap American cheese. Nothing else. No lettuce, onion, tomato, or other veg's. The burger is soft and mushy, and lacks any texture. I gave the brown mico-min milkshake to someone else at my table, so I cannot comment on it other than it is served in a clear disposable shotglass.

Pros: ambieance

Cons: food

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Nice selection of brews and a good atmosphere. food is not great, decent burger, good cheese. Not cooked right and service slow. Another overall meat market, trend scence that does not deliver the total picture. Great to watch people, not great for full meal.

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★★★☆☆

Nice selection of brews and a good atmosphere. food is not great, decent burger, good cheese. Not cooked right and service slow. Another overall meat market, trend scence that does not deliver the total picture. Great to watch people, not great for full meal.

Pros: patio, brews

Cons: service, price, value

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I've tried Tap twice for lunch now (once with a friend, and once with 7 other people), and I have to say, it's two strikes so far. While they do have a great patio (that fills up quickly, I might add) and location (though parking is scarce- park in the deck next to the Promenade II building or somewhere along Crescent), I've yet to be wowed by the service & food.

Following a "helpful" stranger's glowing recommendation of the burger, I tried it out. What I got was a mediocre, bland tasting patty, sandwiched between two plank-like pieces of English muffin. It was fortunate that they provided a steak knife with the burger, as I literally had to saw through the muffin in order to make any progress. Every time I took a bite, I was ripping chunks of the sandwich out (not pretty). The abundance of crispy, greasy, shoestring fries that they provided weren't enough to redeem this dish. In short, skip it.

The second time I went (with the group), we were promptly seated, but spent 10-15 minutes waiting for a server to come by with our drinks. I tried out the pork sandwich, and found it to be better than the burger, but still just "ok." The fact that it was served cold didn't exactly help the taste. Service was slow, and at least one person waited for 30 extra minutes on their order (a salad!).

The beer menu is better than average, but not voluminous by any means (slightly above average). The bar area is a neat space, and I would recommend it to anyone looking to have a drink after work, or before attending the museum or an ASO show.

Final verdict: not good, not bad. If I come back, I'll be skipping the food and sitting at the bar.

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★★★☆☆

I've tried Tap twice for lunch now (once with a friend, and once with 7 other people), and I have to say, it's two strikes so far. While they do have a great patio (that fills up quickly, I might add) and location (though parking is scarce- park in the deck next to the Promenade II building or somewhere along Crescent), I've yet to be wowed by the service & food.

Following a "helpful" stranger's glowing recommendation of the burger, I tried it out. What I got was a mediocre, bland tasting patty, sandwiched between two plank-like pieces of English muffin. It was fortunate that they provided a steak knife with the burger, as I literally had to saw through the muffin in order to make any progress. Every time I took a bite, I was ripping chunks of the sandwich out (not pretty). The abundance of crispy, greasy, shoestring fries that they provided weren't enough to redeem this dish. In short, skip it.

The second time I went (with the group), we were promptly seated, but spent 10-15 minutes waiting for a server to come by with our drinks. I tried out the pork sandwich, and found it to be better than the burger, but still just "ok." The fact that it was served cold didn't exactly help the taste. Service was slow, and at least one person waited for 30 extra minutes on their order (a salad!).

The beer menu is better than average, but not voluminous by any means (slightly above average). The bar area is a neat space, and I would recommend it to anyone looking to have a drink after work, or before attending the museum or an ASO show.

Final verdict: not good, not bad. If I come back, I'll be skipping the food and sitting at the bar.

Pros: Decent beer menu, great location, good patio

Cons: Sub-par service & food, scarce parking

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We went there with a large group (over 18 people), and they were able to accommodate us on a Saturday night.. unlike at a couple other restaurants we had attempted to make reservations at. Considering the size of the group, I was very impressed with the service. At times, the drink service got a bit slow, but they added another waiter to help and the service picked up. They even were willing to separate the checks. The appetizers we tried were good... and the burger I had was very tasty. I would have like to have seen a little more of an expansive menu. Your food choices are a bit limited. I also recommend trying their signature white wine Sangria. It was very tasty, and not too fruity! I will definitely be going back to Tap.

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★★★★☆

We went there with a large group (over 18 people), and they were able to accommodate us on a Saturday night.. unlike at a couple other restaurants we had attempted to make reservations at. Considering the size of the group, I was very impressed with the service. At times, the drink service got a bit slow, but they added another waiter to help and the service picked up. They even were willing to separate the checks. The appetizers we tried were good... and the burger I had was very tasty. I would have like to have seen a little more of an expansive menu. Your food choices are a bit limited. I also recommend trying their signature white wine Sangria. It was very tasty, and not too fruity! I will definitely be going back to Tap.

Pros: Ambience, Parking, Service, Drink selections

Cons: Limited Menu

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I stopped in to Tap the other day with a friend to grab some lunch and to check the place out and I really enjoyed the atmosphere and the food was really great. My friend, Jim, is now a server there go check it out and ask for him he'll deffinately take care of you. Awesome patio, great food, and fun people watching what more could you ask for, and its all in the heart of midtown. I highly recommend!

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★★★★★

I stopped in to Tap the other day with a friend to grab some lunch and to check the place out and I really enjoyed the atmosphere and the food was really great. My friend, Jim, is now a server there go check it out and ask for him he'll deffinately take care of you. Awesome patio, great food, and fun people watching what more could you ask for, and its all in the heart of midtown. I highly recommend!

Pros: Great food, nice patio, friendly employees

Cons: It being so new it stays pretty busy, that being said thats what makes it fun.

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This past weekend on the way to Piedmont Pk, we stopped by the new place "Tap" at P'tree & 14th. This is one of the most happening new spots in town, with one great patio. We didn't mind the heat, with all that people watching. We both had one of the best burgers in years. Even better than the Vortex. Fresh ground sirloin, with Stilton Cheese, on an English Muffin. Just the best anywhere. All of the house brews were right on, as well as our very nice server. Our new favorite burger and patio!

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★★★★★

This past weekend on the way to Piedmont Pk, we stopped by the new place "Tap" at P'tree & 14th. This is one of the most happening new spots in town, with one great patio. We didn't mind the heat, with all that people watching. We both had one of the best burgers in years. Even better than the Vortex. Fresh ground sirloin, with Stilton Cheese, on an English Muffin. Just the best anywhere. All of the house brews were right on, as well as our very nice server. Our new favorite burger and patio!

Pros: Great Burger, Brew, Patio & Service!

Cons: Parking! We Just Walk From Our Condo!

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We were excited that a true British-style pub, complete with cask ale, was coming to Atlanta so we set out for TAP last Saturday night. The atmosphere didn't remind us of a British pub at all...in fact, it was more along the lines of the typical Midtown see-and-be-seen kind of place. That being said, the patio is fantastic. We were ready to write TAP off when we found out that they don't have cask ale (it is supposedly coming later), but we honestly enjoyed our experience, even if it wasn't what we were expecting. The Old Bay chickpeas are a nice contrast to cold beer, and the deviled eggs were really good. We ordered the pork chop and the chicken and artichoke stew for our meals. Both were tasty, though neither was outstanding. Service was prompt and friendly. Best for drinks and appetizers on the patio, in our opinion.

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★★★☆☆

We were excited that a true British-style pub, complete with cask ale, was coming to Atlanta so we set out for TAP last Saturday night. The atmosphere didn't remind us of a British pub at all...in fact, it was more along the lines of the typical Midtown see-and-be-seen kind of place. That being said, the patio is fantastic. We were ready to write TAP off when we found out that they don't have cask ale (it is supposedly coming later), but we honestly enjoyed our experience, even if it wasn't what we were expecting. The Old Bay chickpeas are a nice contrast to cold beer, and the deviled eggs were really good. We ordered the pork chop and the chicken and artichoke stew for our meals. Both were tasty, though neither was outstanding. Service was prompt and friendly. Best for drinks and appetizers on the patio, in our opinion.

Pros: great patio, service, appetizers

Cons: not very British, no cask ale

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I must admit, those guys at Concentric Restaurants have snagged the best corner in Midtown, and have brought a place I truly love. It's right next door to their sister restaurant, Trois, which is really upscale, and not as attractive for this metrosexual male, who likes his flip-flops all weekend. We first stopped by on a Friday afternoon for lunch. The patio almost touches the sidewalk, and umbrellas in bright colors, it could be a bistro somewhere in Europe. But no, it's Midtown Atlanta. The place was jammed, We joined the crowd, and ordered the Pub Burger, w/Square Cheese on an English Muffin and freshly made shoestring potatoes. That burger goes on my list for one of the best in Atlanta, Miss Ann watch out! Avoid the soggy Buffalo Calamari. We washed it down with fresh made lemonade, accented with Lemongrass and Mint. Better than your Grandmother's. Our server was on her game, she knew we had to get back to our office. Very nice young lady. We came back for brunch on Sunday, and wow! I had the Cornmeal Pancakes w/Lemon Curd and Wild Mountain Blueberries. Terrific. My date had the Gypsy Eggs, w/Chorizo, Bacon, Peas, and topped with a Tomato Sauce. The Peachtree Belini was wonderful, as was my date's Bloody Mary, which you can add your on condiments. Service was perfect, we were not rushed. We came back by after going to the park, and had a couple of brews from their extensive draft beer selection. The wine barrel selection sounded great. Next time. Next weekend. Go, this place is great.

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★★★★★

I must admit, those guys at Concentric Restaurants have snagged the best corner in Midtown, and have brought a place I truly love. It's right next door to their sister restaurant, Trois, which is really upscale, and not as attractive for this metrosexual male, who likes his flip-flops all weekend. We first stopped by on a Friday afternoon for lunch. The patio almost touches the sidewalk, and umbrellas in bright colors, it could be a bistro somewhere in Europe. But no, it's Midtown Atlanta. The place was jammed, We joined the crowd, and ordered the Pub Burger, w/Square Cheese on an English Muffin and freshly made shoestring potatoes. That burger goes on my list for one of the best in Atlanta, Miss Ann watch out! Avoid the soggy Buffalo Calamari. We washed it down with fresh made lemonade, accented with Lemongrass and Mint. Better than your Grandmother's. Our server was on her game, she knew we had to get back to our office. Very nice young lady. We came back for brunch on Sunday, and wow! I had the Cornmeal Pancakes w/Lemon Curd and Wild Mountain Blueberries. Terrific. My date had the Gypsy Eggs, w/Chorizo, Bacon, Peas, and topped with a Tomato Sauce. The Peachtree Belini was wonderful, as was my date's Bloody Mary, which you can add your on condiments. Service was perfect, we were not rushed. We came back by after going to the park, and had a couple of brews from their extensive draft beer selection. The wine barrel selection sounded great. Next time. Next weekend. Go, this place is great.

Pros: Best Patio & Brunch In Midtown, Period!

Cons: Parking Can Be Tight! We Just Walk Over!

 

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