Muss And Turner's Inc.
Ratings: 4 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
4.1/5 rDev +7.6%
Muss & Turner's is more deli than bar, particularly during lunch, but you can still get a respectable selection of brewskis, and they do have a small bar section for those who are interested in hops more than in hoagies. Their sandwiches are scrumptious and reasonably priced. Though they don't have a wide variety of beers, what you can get is mostly good stuff. I recall only a couple industrial brews in their beer selection. If you are seeking more of a bar ambiance, you probably want to visit them in the evening (I was there for lunch), from what the waitstaff told me. The waiters, by the way, are very good and quite helpful. They have a good system down so you can put in your order quickly, and if they are a shade slow at bringing your brewskis, it's just because they are so busy.
Worthy of a visit. Or two.
08-21-2011 14:40:10 | More by Cyberkedi
3.88/5 rDev +1.8%
A pleasant joint. Located along Cumberland Pkwy in what I'll simply call an upscale, fanciful strip-mall. You know me, I'm big on parking (if it's a total nightmare to get in/out then I'd really rather not go), and would rank it B- for a sufficient amount of spaces, though some sections have that obnoxious "So-and-So ONLY Parking" and "For This, That & Other Customers Between 5-9PM" crap. Seating available both indoors and outdoors, though there isn't tons of room, particularly as the seating works its way around a deli counter area.
The food, pricewise, is somewhat on the upper range without heading into UNGODLY territory, but the menu does seem fresh, local, and seasonal. We opted for a couple of sandwiches (Tuscan Raider and The Gobbler) and a heaping helping of pomme frites. Everything arrived promptly even though there was large group hogging the entire patio area.
The beer! Well, I had come out specifically to try one of the just-released Wild Heaven beers, Invocation, which made up the draft selection along with 5 others. Going for a seasonal summeresque theme, some of the rest were: Unibroue Blanche de Chambly, Bell's Oberon, and Palm Speciale. The bottle beer selection had a nice range of respectable brews and prices were comparable (for a restaurant).
All in all, a pleasant little stop if you find yourself in the area.
09-19-2010 16:38:13 | More by ChainGangGuy
3.28/5 rDev -13.9%
In town for business and wanted to give this place a try. Located at the corner of Cumberland Parkway and Atlanta Rd in the little shopping center there on the first level facing Cumberland Parkway. It was a little hard to find so there are some directions. Atmosphere was okay. Outdoor seating is always nice which is the route I chose. Inside dining looked a bit sparced. This place has a whole market feel to it since they allow people to come in and choose things from behind the glass or take bottles of wine with them like a little delo or grocer.
Beer was good. I had Terrapin Indian Brown and Old Thumper from Shipyard. Food was average. Not a whole lot of selection and the prices were a bit steep for both food and beverage.
Service was good until the end when the server had more than one table, then service was pretty bad. Took about 10 minutes to get and pay my bill. All of the beer prices and serving size are listed on the menu which is great, but when they charged me more than the menu price, that threw another wrench into the machine, adding to the delay.
Tons of beers. Only five draft but numerous bottles. Rogue, Stouts, Sweetwater, Urquell and quite a few belgians as well. Three Philosophers, La Folie, and others. Nice selection but a little pricey. Lots of variety which is always nice.
Not a bad place but I probably wont go back due to price and limited food selections.
05-15-2007 00:04:18 | More by SaCkErZ9
Muss And Turner's Inc. in Smyrna, GA
- out of 100 based on 4 ratings.