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About Park Tavern
Park Tavern Neighborhood Sushi Bar & Brewery is located in the heart of midtown on the corner of 10th St. & Monroe overlooking Piedmont Park and the midtown skyline.Park Tavern rejuvenated its restaurant and menu for its customers in 2009 for the restaurants 10th Anniversary.Our building was originally built in 1905 as horse stables for local racing enthusiasts and then transformed into a golf clubhouse in 1928. Although expanded and renovated over the years, the building still features some of the original woodwork and stone from the historic clubhouse. Today Park Tavern combines the historic charm of the site with the modern sophistication of Atlanta’s impressive skyline. The restaurant features handcrafted beers brewed on-site as well as spectacular patio dining overlooking the park and city. The menu features classic favorites such as burgers, salads and sandwiches as well as a full sushi bar serving a wide variety of fresh sushi rolls. There's always something going on at the PT.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am - 4:30pm; Dinner Nightly: 4:30pm - 12 am half priced sushi 10 pm to midnight
10th and Monroe
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Park Tavern is host to a number of festivals Shamrock Fest with Yacht Rock, Lucky Fest, Oyster Crawfish Fest with Cowboy Mouth, Pajoma Penja Music & Arts Fest, 99X Dogwood Night Stage, & Unplugged In The Park will be back for it's 8th season this May! Unplugged In The Park brings FREE music to Piedmont Park every Sunday from May-October! We've been working hard for months to put together the most spectacular artist line up in the history of Unplugged in the Park!We look forward to another fantastic year of fun in the park.
Parking lot is available through Lanier Parking. Parking ranges from $5-$20 depending on the day and special events.
Midtown Station MARTA 1/8 mile away
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Park Tavern hosts a wide range of special events: concerts, festivals, fundraisers, auctions, birthday parties, wedding & reception facility, corporate functions, holiday parties, and more! You name the event and we can host it.
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Park Tavern offers three private dining areas perfect for all types of special occasions including holiday parties, rehearsal dinners and corporate functions. For holiday parties, whether you are looking for a cozy luncheon, hip cocktail party or formal dinner, we have the perfect venue for you.
Park Tavern Ratings and Reviews
Awesome atmosphere but that's about it. Appetizer came out quick but was lukewarm. Entrees came out almost 30 minutes apart, also lukewarm. I ordered sushi that was as small as nickels and more like an appetizer than an entree. This was my first visit and will be my last.
We've actually been to Park Tavern several times throughout the years, whether for ice skating or for just hanging out after the Peachtree Road Race on the 4th of July. We don't really think of Park Tavern as a place to go get dinner though. However, thanks to a "Welcome to the Neighborhood" coupon, we decided to check it out one night.
I was surprised to learn that they offer oysters and sushi, and after reading some reviews prior to dining there, the sushi is evidently pretty good. We decided to get some oysters, and they were served with house-made toasted pita chips, which I thought was a better alternative to the standard Saltine.
I opted to get the Classic American steakburger (I'd had sushi recently) and my wife got the tempura shrimp basket. She loved her meal and I was just so-so about my steakburger. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't great. I also got a Park Tavern Summer Wheat, which was actually pretty good.
A cool promotion that I learned about while there is that if it rains (and they announce the promotion on Facebook and Twitter as "running" for that rainy day), you can get their house beers for $1 a pint.
I'd certainly go back to Park Tavern, but it's not at the top of my list. The views are terrific, but that's obviously something that appeals more to out-of-towners, tourists, and suburbanites than it does to us.
Park Tavern is the most convenient restaurant adjacent to Piedmont Park, so it made for a good launch-point for a beautiful day spent at the park. However, everything about the experience was commercial and kind of tacky, from the plastic Aquafina water bottles instead of tap water to the advertisements projected on the mirrors in the bathrooms. For a Sunday morning, right after opening, the bathrooms were also disappointingly dirty. The food was OK. Nothing to write home about, although the descriptions in the menu made it seem like it would be a lot more exciting. (I had the southern grilled cheese which had nondescript green tomatoes inside along with cheese that was supposed to be smoked cheddar but tasted like regular cheddar, and OK sweet potato fries; my husband had the steak burger which was disappointingly gristly, our friend had the sashimi bowl which was fine but not great, and our son had the chicken teriyaki which was also OK but had some gristle). For the prices, we also expected more food. For a morning family brunch, the music was overly loud, although the speaker system was good quality and sounded almost live. Like other restaurants adjacent to popular attractions (I'm thinking Times Square in New York or restaurants in the "music town" section of Nashville, Park Tavern seems overly geared toward tourists. We really wanted to love this restaurant, but we probably won't return anytime soon.
We went to Park Tavern for my daughter's 16th bday dinner with 15 friends. Girls had a great time. Service was great. The location was fantastic. Enjoyed seeing two different wedding parties. Lots of pictures with ATL skyline in background. And, price was reasonable.
Definitely recommend for a Birthday!!!
We had a party of 4 including myself, my husband and my parents who came in from out of town for my birthday. We had a reservation for 8:30pm. We got there at 8:15 and the hostess said no problem we have a table for you. Within the first 15 minutes of being there the busy inside quickly became empty which we thought would be great as far as getting food out quickly. Needless to say we ordered our meals at 8:30 and they didn't come out until 10pm and that was just the icing on top of the cake. Our food was cold. Our service was subpar. There were constant excuses as to why our food wasn't out. As I mentioned earlier by the time we ordered food there were maybe two other tables of people inside and they had already begun eating. Considering we live in midtown and this place is just a walk across the park I had high hopes but was very let down.
Park Tavern has the best view in town and the nicest service staff. We have been coming for seven years at least once a week. They have really good crafted beer, great cocktails and the food is always consistently good. Sam, the manager is a joy to be around and Michael and Patrick of the waitstaff are the best in town!
We have always had a great meal and a great time at Park Tavern. They have always accommodated our groups (6 to 12 people). There are various rooms and areas of this restaurant so you can ask to sit in the more intimate cozy bar area with great leather seating and fire place, or the open dining area that looks out onto Piedmont park and views of downtown/midtown, with an ice skating rink (set up thru mid-Feb every winter). I really like their sushi, but my husband and kids love the burgers, onion rings and fries. Great drink menu too.
The food was very good, I took my girlfriend there because she was craving sushi so bad. I must admit that didn't dissapoint us, it was right on point and she loved the sushi. The view of Atl skyline was beautiful as the sun set. The park was nice also. Our only complaint and biggest was the pet policy. I didn't know that you are allowed to bring your dog to the outside tent eating area. I have no problem with people and dogs however i don't believe in dogs at the dinner table especially in a public restaurant. I have pet allergies so someone did come in with 2 big dogs and sat across from from our table. I could smell dogs a mile away and being a couple of feet away really made us uncomfortable eating not to mention my allergies was starting to bother me. We both looked for other table to sit outside but there really wasn't one available and besides people kept bringing their dogs in anyway. I didn't want to move inside because it was a beautiful day outside, so we just closed our netted screen they have at sum tables and proceeded to enjoy ourselfs. I wish that there was a review saying this when i booked the table or a policy stated on website that pets are allowed. Overall great place though especially when or after it rains you get dollar house drafts all night long.
We worked hard for our $50 gift card from Open Table and booked the Park Tavern for dinner before the Atlanta Symphony concert in Piedmont Park. It was a laughably bad dinner. We waited 20 minutes for Erica to take our order (her card was on our table so we had her name but not her). Our entrees came out quickly, but we never saw her again. 30 mins after we had finished our entrees, we asked another waiter to find Erica. She came with our check, but we had been hoping to order dessert. She seemed put out, which may have been because she was literally being run after by other diners trying to get her attention. The service was not made up for by the food. My sushi was totally without flavor, and made me a little concerned I would wake up hours later ill. My wife's chicken sandwich was dry and her fries were cold. We gave up and offered the $50 card for a $36 dinner. A total waste of all that hard work with Open Table.
My husband and I had dinner here recently on a weeknight before going for a walk on the Atlanta Beltline. There was plenty of seating and it was a beautiful day. The food and service were good, and we enjoyed ourselves. Our only complaint was the signage - it's not easy to see the sign from 10th street or Monroe (it's on the corner). Hubby passed it before finding it and I asked a cyclist in the area to point it out. There is parking onsite (for a fee), but it's worth it as it is a great place to park to access the Beltline's Eastside trail.
Parking was cumbersome and not very practical. I was a bit turned off by this as well as the entrance. The quality of the food as well as the recycling options made up for these 2 things. The food was really good. I loved the fact that there were recycling receptacle and that the to-go containers they use were biodegradable.
The sushi was a surprise standout, especially the firecracker roll. The patio ambiance with the skyline peeking over the park makes this a memorable place, which is why I wasn't expecting much from the menu. The drinks are made in house & were not watered down or overly fussy while staying interesting. The place is clearly popular for corporate events & the under 30 set.
It took 30 minutes to get our drinks. The appetizer, which we ordered with the drinks, came with our entrees. One of the entrees we ordered never actually came. This is just a sampling of the experience we had at Park Tavern. The food is tasty, for sure. But there was only one waiter in a room that was full of folks, and he was literally running from one table to another. Feeling sorry for the wait staff does not make for good ambiance. The manager paid for our drinks, but that's not nearly enough to make me want to come back.
We went to the Park Tavern to celebrate my son's birthday. Didn't really know what to expect, but what fun! All kinds of people and dogs, even on the patio where we dined. We all thought the food was delicious, the drinks yummy and the atmosphere nice and casual. Loved the people watching. We will definitely come back.
Well the hostess couldn't find the reservation in the computer and then when she told it was a party of 10 she stated that she didn't know if they any open tables inside. It was 5 pm on Friday and there was no one inside and maybe a couple of table outside. The dinner was good but the service was slow and I didn't appreciate the attitude from the hostess in the beginning
We made reservations the night before thru Open Table and then got a call the next day, approximately 90 minutes before our reservations, and were told they did not honor same day reservations, which we had not made. Regardless, what a weird policy. Just say you were overbooked and there's no table available.
We had a small celebration with a group of 10. Our seating was prompt, we even had a choice of spots to sit in. We chose the outside covered area. Some ppl were dining with their dogs, which I'm not a fan but it didn't bother me. We had prompt friendly service. We were also able to charge out quickly.
This is my second time at Park Tavern within the last 2 months. The food is excellent but the service is very slow. We sat down this last visit inside and the tables were nasty. It took about 20- 30 min before someone even came to our table. I'm not sure if I'll go back.
When we visit Atlanta we like to take our grandchildren to the Park Tavern and sit outside near Piedmont Park. There is always something go on. The very least is a guy and bus guitar walking around playing. This past Friday we had a reservation tha I made a few weeks ago knowing we would be there that night. When we arrived we were a bit surprised to have to park a healthy walk away because of the Atlanta Jazz Festival. When we got there they said it was open seating and they had not been taking reservations because of the jazz festival that was going on. Please check I said - well here it is your the only only one that got through.
We had our usual great dinner the kids were pleased and the music was great.
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