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Taco Mac

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BA SCORE
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8 Ratings
Ratings: 8
Reviews: 6
rAvg: 3.83
pDev: 15.14%
Taps: 104
Bottles: 200
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

9020 Highway 92
Ste 100
Woodstock, Georgia, 30189-3686
United States
phone: (770) 517-0030

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @tacomac

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Photo of GeauxHops
5/5  rDev +30.5%

GeauxHops, Friday at 12:29 AM
Photo of Zach136
3.5/5  rDev -8.6%

Zach136, Oct 14, 2013
Photo of Cyberkedi
4.03/5  rDev +5.2%

I visited this place at a time when it was quite full and busy, but the service that I received was still prompt and helpful. It is like a typical Taco Mac, with plenty of seating, lots of TVs on sports stations, a long bar, and a large and impressive selection of craft-brewed and imported beer. The restaurant was quite noisy, but not so I couldn’t hear myself think - it feels like a good place for yak and beer. Though I prefer stand-alone places, I am always happy to stop at a Taco Mac for a brew or two.

Cyberkedi, Apr 14, 2012
Photo of huhl23
3.75/5  rDev -2.1%

This is my go to place for wings but they also have a decent selection of craft brews. They do have a ton of bottled and draught beer. If you were to order IPA's though and they had it bottled I'd get the bottle. Never know how long the kegs have been there. Prices are pretty average for the suburbs of Atlanta. Beer prices are pretty average also I'd say. I don't go out and drink much anymore so can't really say about other places around here. They have quite a few big screens to watch games and if you want good wings, this is the place.

huhl23, Jul 29, 2011
Photo of bctdi
3.6/5  rDev -6%

We go here fairly often for dinner, and it`s pretty clean with a good atmosphere, and usually busy.The beer selection seems incredible on the surface, but of course (as usual with taco mac) the beer menu can not keep up with what`s really on tap, so I usually stick with something local or something new to the area.They still seem to think frosted mugs and craft beer are good for some reason, and they have some "gotcha" beer prices on the menu , so you have to really pay attention to the quantity that your getting VS price....although there are reasonably priced beers available as well.Sometimes the beer is not fresh , most likely due to the fact that they have too many taps to keep up with.So if you know how to sidestep their little problems, it`s not a bad place to have a beer and some wings.

bctdi, May 12, 2010
Photo of cowens22
3.7/5  rDev -3.4%

I visit this location about once a week. Tappen Street, the company that owns Taco Mac, does a good job making sure that each one of their stores has an above average selection. This particular location has 50+ taps and over 300 bottles. They always have some of the seasonals on tap and always has it in the bottle. Their prices seem to be reasonable as it is average $4-$6 for a draft of what ever you choose. The food is average bar food, sandwiches, wings, etc. Prices are very reasonable. The bartenders are pretty knowledgable when it comes to beer but not as good as I have seen elsewhere. The wait staff is pretty clueless as to what beer is what but they do know the names and will bring you exactly what you want.

I am a huge fan of what Taco Mac's have done for the craft beer industry. They have greatly expanded the pallates of a lot of Georgians since we had some of our old beer laws changed a few years ago and we've seen the craft beer world flourish here in Georgia.

cowens22, Jan 13, 2009
Photo of KiltedCulinarian
2.83/5  rDev -26.1%

I've only visited this place a few times, but I'm not a fan of the layout. It does have a nice outdoor patio, but inside it's too crowded and difficult to find people. Standard food and quality as for other Taco Mac locations. Beer selection isn't quite up to the place I normally frequent; you'll have your usual beers for the average drinker, and then a few taps with a rotating stock of beers that are more unique. Last time I visited the staff were not all that helpful in choosing, and several things I asked for were out. They do try though, and when one pour went dry midway through they gave it to me free.

KiltedCulinarian, Jan 08, 2008
Photo of WVbeergeek
4.2/5  rDev +9.7%

First afternoon in Georgia visiting my bro who's residing in nearby Acworth, GA...sat outside cool outdoor seating area nice breezy and 70 some degrees very nice. I first approached the bar to checkout the 50 or so taps that were flowing what a nice mix of beers I stuck to the Terrapin brews, and had some tasters of the Sweeterwater lineup my first pint came equipped with huge ice chunks due to the frosted glass but it's all good, I asked for the next beer sans frost and they obliged without a problem. I did spy some Prima Pils flowing, Dogfish 60 minute, and a slew of other quality micros but there's also the big brewers represented which is fine by me b/c I like a good selection. A big commericalized sports bar feel to it but it's giving them purchasing power with so many locations they're attracting new brewers to enter the state, that's good for beer. Service was quick and seemed to be into beer himself talking about trips to the Sweetwater brewpub and offering me samples of some of the beers he liked from them. Food, my cuz and I opted for the Horseradish chicken wrap with a side of wings and my bro played it safe with a veggie quesadilla food was solid but nothing too impressive decent bar food. Sadly no happy hour, and drafts are decently priced ranging from 4 to 6 dollars.

WVbeergeek, May 15, 2007
Taco Mac in Woodstock, GA
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.