Edgewood Corner Tavern

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Edgewood Corner TavernEdgewood Corner Tavern

Type: Bar, Eatery

464 Edgewood Avenue
Atlanta, Georgia, 30312
United States

(404) 577-2310 | map

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Added by glid02 on 10-17-2008

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3.6/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

I work across the street about a half-block away so I go here for lunch a decent amount and happy hour on a few occasions. It's on the northwest corner of the intersection of Edgewood and Boulevard.

Atmosphere is good. The bar can seat about 10 people, and there are 3-4 booths and 5-6 tables on the bottom floor. Upstairs there are more tables with dartboards and pool tables. There's nothing overly exciting but I wouldn't classify it as a dive.

Quality is good. Beers are served in room temperature glassware, with mainly pint glasses and chalices for Belgians. There are no real specialty glasses, but the pours are solid.

Service is good. The servers have been there for a while so they generally know what's new and what they do and do not have whether it's on the menu or not. That being said, when I asked them about Stone none of them had heard of it. Though since then they have gotten Arrogant Bastard in. I've never waited very long to have my order taken or beer/food brought out to me.

Selection is good. There are no "true" macros on-tap, although AB's Bare Knuckle replaced Guinness. Others include rotating Magic Hat, Brooklyn, Rogue, and Allagash White and Tripel. I believe they also have the local brews, Terrapin, Sweetwater, and ABC. Their bottle selection is pretty good as well, however there's nothing that you can't find at Green's.

Food is solid. Their burgers are above average, and they have plenty of other options that are better than the average pub fare.

This place is actually kind of expensive. I looked tonight at Taco Mac and saw that Allagash Tripel was only $6.50, and there it is $8.00. Other beers are about $1.00 above established Atlanta prices.

Overall this is a place that has recently taken the micro plunge. I'm hoping that they'll continue to try and get brews that are a bit more on the rare side, but I'm not sure that there's a huge market for it in that area. It's not a bad place to have across the street.

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Edgewood Corner Tavern in Atlanta, GA
Place rating: 3.6 out of 5 with 1 ratings