This expansive restaurant is perfect for big groups, and is placed right between Downtown and Midtown. A large bar anchors one side of the main floor in this restored warehouse setting, while tables and booths are sectioned off into more intimate dining areas. A billiards room and a smaller bar are upstairs, and a large deck provides outdoor dining opportunities. Ribs, steaks, fish and pasta dishes are featured, as well as wood-fired pizza and some nice vegetarian dishes. Be sure to try one of Max's specialty beers, too, brewed on-site.
Established in 2009, Hop City Craft Beer & Wine is a brewery and winery in midtown Atlanta. Boasting of one of the largest collections of beers in the United States, Hop City specializes in craft brews, but also offers a small selection of home brews and wines. A years within its opening, this place was rated as one of the best breweries in the city by various Atlanta publications, and were noted for having a stellar wine collection. Bring your empty growler to Hop City Craft Beer & Wine, and take home one filled with a delicious brew.
Relocating from Colorado to Atlanta in 1997, Sweetwater Brewery has brought a western flavor to the burgeoning Georgia microbrewery scene. As many as six different kinds of beer are brewed under the Sweetwater label at any given time, depending on the season and the progress of new recipes. The company's impressive brewing and bottling facility also offers tours. While most people enjoy the interesting and informative tour, the most popular stop is the last, where guests are invited to partake of a sampling of recent batches.