5 Seasons Brewing Co

★★★★☆
  • 5600 Roswell Rd 21

    Sandy Springs, GA 30342

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  • 404-255-5911

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after going here a year ago and enjoying the great pizza and beer, what a disappointment to go tonight and feel like I got leftovers from the night before. It was horrible. Our waitress was great but my pizza was nothing but a warmed over

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★★★★★

after going here a year ago and enjoying the great pizza and beer, what a disappointment to go tonight and feel like I got leftovers from the night before. It was horrible. Our waitress was great but my pizza was nothing but a warmed over

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We went to 5 Seasons Brewery because I had a gift certificate that I had to used before it expired. The setting is casual and fun. My husband had a beer, he enjoyed it. We got an appetizer, the pimento brulee with toast points. It

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★★★★★

We went to 5 Seasons Brewery because I had a gift certificate that I had to used before it expired. The setting is casual and fun. My husband had a beer, he enjoyed it. We got an appetizer, the pimento brulee with toast points. It

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We met here for Friday happy hour and this place really didn't want our business nor did they care too much about their service. We didn't plan to sit and eat and there is no place to stand and talk that you are not in the way of the

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★★★★★

We met here for Friday happy hour and this place really didn't want our business nor did they care too much about their service. We didn't plan to sit and eat and there is no place to stand and talk that you are not in the way of the

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Sandy Springs Location: Made reservations for a New Years Even dinner. My date and I were looking forward to treating ourselves to a great meal, as we don't do so very often. To our surprise the kitchen was literally out of everything we

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★★★★★

Sandy Springs Location: Made reservations for a New Years Even dinner. My date and I were looking forward to treating ourselves to a great meal, as we don't do so very often. To our surprise the kitchen was literally out of everything we

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I ate at the 5 seasons brewery on Old Milton Pkwy in Alpharetta a couple weeks ago, and got severe food poisoning that was so bad I had to be hospitalized. I then filed a complaint with environmental health, who then started an active

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★★★★★

I ate at the 5 seasons brewery on Old Milton Pkwy in Alpharetta a couple weeks ago, and got severe food poisoning that was so bad I had to be hospitalized. I then filed a complaint with environmental health, who then started an active

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My colleague and I went to this place one Friday night. We were not impressed with the food they served us. We were disappointed. However, the service was great and the crew was very nice to us. The beer selection was great too, but the food was not just what we expected.

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★★☆☆☆

My colleague and I went to this place one Friday night. We were not impressed with the food they served us. We were disappointed. However, the service was great and the crew was very nice to us. The beer selection was great too, but the food was not just what we expected.

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Cheese Kari-Kari is AMAZING! Service is a little slow, but food is always FRESH. Coffee is a bit on the weak side. Always check the specials. Very creative.

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★★★★☆

Cheese Kari-Kari is AMAZING! Service is a little slow, but food is always FRESH. Coffee is a bit on the weak side. Always check the specials. Very creative.

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Ordinarily I love this joint. They craft fantastic beers and the food has always been delicious. But last weekend's experience was lackluster.

The hostess sat my fiance and I on top of a loud and large party so we could barely hear each other. She refused to switch our tables. The appetizer came out cold, and the entree was a little bland. To top it off, they were out of both beers I picker out, and it was a Friday night!

Five Season's, please get your act together. It would be a shame to lose you to the recession.

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★★☆☆☆

Ordinarily I love this joint. They craft fantastic beers and the food has always been delicious. But last weekend's experience was lackluster.

The hostess sat my fiance and I on top of a loud and large party so we could barely hear each other. She refused to switch our tables. The appetizer came out cold, and the entree was a little bland. To top it off, they were out of both beers I picker out, and it was a Friday night!

Five Season's, please get your act together. It would be a shame to lose you to the recession.

Pros: Great beer

Cons: Food and service are suffering

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We ate there recently for the first time. The food was barely OK. The duck entree was served raw and cold. When we asked for it to be brought up to temperature, it came back way over done with a black char. It also had a spicy bite to it that wasn't expected. The chicken sandwich...I would have preferred to eat at Chik-fil-A....and I don't like their sandwich, either.
The Spaetzle were WAY overcooked, and cold...good for folks with no/few teeth!
The kids' food was cool and nothing spectacular.

Overall, not a good dining experience. The manager DID come over to our table at the end of our meal. He did comp. our food, which was appreciated. BUT, I would have rather had a great meal!! We won't return.

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★☆☆☆☆

We ate there recently for the first time. The food was barely OK. The duck entree was served raw and cold. When we asked for it to be brought up to temperature, it came back way over done with a black char. It also had a spicy bite to it that wasn't expected. The chicken sandwich...I would have preferred to eat at Chik-fil-A....and I don't like their sandwich, either.
The Spaetzle were WAY overcooked, and cold...good for folks with no/few teeth!
The kids' food was cool and nothing spectacular.

Overall, not a good dining experience. The manager DID come over to our table at the end of our meal. He did comp. our food, which was appreciated. BUT, I would have rather had a great meal!! We won't return.

Pros: Location...close to home

Cons: Food.

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I was majorly disapointed with this restaurant. The beer was the best thing about it. I ordered the calmari, and the fried french chicken poussin with mashed potatoes, which came recomended as a savorful dish from our server. Both dishes were more bland than eating a piece of paper. No flavor, no spices, no nothing but flour for the batter and the meat. I was very disapointed seeing that my whole meal with my husband included came to 84 dollars and I hardly ate anything. My husband had the pork chops, which were sub par as well. My suggestion? Only serve beer!

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★★☆☆☆

I was majorly disapointed with this restaurant. The beer was the best thing about it. I ordered the calmari, and the fried french chicken poussin with mashed potatoes, which came recomended as a savorful dish from our server. Both dishes were more bland than eating a piece of paper. No flavor, no spices, no nothing but flour for the batter and the meat. I was very disapointed seeing that my whole meal with my husband included came to 84 dollars and I hardly ate anything. My husband had the pork chops, which were sub par as well. My suggestion? Only serve beer!

Pros: parking, beer, large dining area

Cons: food

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I used to be a huge fan of The 5. Not anymore....

I went there last week with my father and daughter. I was excited to be there as it has been a while since my last visit.

The place seemed dirty, unkept and worn out. I ordered a fried wanton or something that was supposed to be filled with a crab and cream cheese filling. It tasted like nothing more than deep fried cream cheese. I could not find a trace of crab in the dish.

I also ordered the marinated olives. The quantity of olives were rediculously stingy. They were ok....but I've had just as good olives from the Publix deli.

I also ordered the margaritta pizza. It was really poor. There was hardly no cheese, tomato or herbs on it. I would have been better off grilling some flatbread over my car engine.

Do you see a common theme here? Looks to me like this place is hurting and is trying to save itself the wrong way.

The grilled rice ball was still very good and just as impressive as I remember. Then again....how much does it cost to make this dish? Furthermore, there's not much the owner can do to cheapen this dish.

Here's the real reason I took the time to review this place. I asked the waiter if my appet. was supposed to have crab in it. He said that it had plenty. I told him that I thought the menu claimed it to have crab but that I did not notice any.....that it just taste like cream cheese. He rudely stated that he worked there for 7 years and knew for a fact that it had "pureed crab" in it as he walked away and dismissed my displeasure with the dish.

I asked the hostess to see the manager. I told the manager that I would like a new waiter. I told her how he acted and she started to handle everything fine. Then one of the owners came and got it my face and started off on me that he owned the place and that the dish had crab...blah blah.. Very rude, Very confrontational. What an idiot. My biggest prob. was how they handled themselves...not the cheap food.

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★★☆☆☆

I used to be a huge fan of The 5. Not anymore....

I went there last week with my father and daughter. I was excited to be there as it has been a while since my last visit.

The place seemed dirty, unkept and worn out. I ordered a fried wanton or something that was supposed to be filled with a crab and cream cheese filling. It tasted like nothing more than deep fried cream cheese. I could not find a trace of crab in the dish.

I also ordered the marinated olives. The quantity of olives were rediculously stingy. They were ok....but I've had just as good olives from the Publix deli.

I also ordered the margaritta pizza. It was really poor. There was hardly no cheese, tomato or herbs on it. I would have been better off grilling some flatbread over my car engine.

Do you see a common theme here? Looks to me like this place is hurting and is trying to save itself the wrong way.

The grilled rice ball was still very good and just as impressive as I remember. Then again....how much does it cost to make this dish? Furthermore, there's not much the owner can do to cheapen this dish.

Here's the real reason I took the time to review this place. I asked the waiter if my appet. was supposed to have crab in it. He said that it had plenty. I told him that I thought the menu claimed it to have crab but that I did not notice any.....that it just taste like cream cheese. He rudely stated that he worked there for 7 years and knew for a fact that it had "pureed crab" in it as he walked away and dismissed my displeasure with the dish.

I asked the hostess to see the manager. I told the manager that I would like a new waiter. I told her how he acted and she started to handle everything fine. Then one of the owners came and got it my face and started off on me that he owned the place and that the dish had crab...blah blah.. Very rude, Very confrontational. What an idiot. My biggest prob. was how they handled themselves...not the cheap food.

Pros: Beer is great

Cons: Food and service are not what it used to be

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Man the appetizers here are b*u*l*l*s*h*i*tz. I ordered the quail appetizer, and I had about enough meat with all of the pieces to obtain a full bite. Honestly, if you want amazing food go to Taco Bell. The beer here is ridiculous. It is awesome. I had the hopgasm, and I exploded in my pants! This brewery, being a local brewery, is great. The woman who asked for an imperial stout and was denied, I am sorry, I know how you feel, but please marry me?! I am in love with you! Anyways, this place was crowded and the bartender was nice and attentive, but go during the week and I guarantee you will get AMAZING service. This place has great beer, but the food, as far as I can tell, isn't that great. Have fun.

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★★★☆☆

Man the appetizers here are b*u*l*l*s*h*i*tz. I ordered the quail appetizer, and I had about enough meat with all of the pieces to obtain a full bite. Honestly, if you want amazing food go to Taco Bell. The beer here is ridiculous. It is awesome. I had the hopgasm, and I exploded in my pants! This brewery, being a local brewery, is great. The woman who asked for an imperial stout and was denied, I am sorry, I know how you feel, but please marry me?! I am in love with you! Anyways, this place was crowded and the bartender was nice and attentive, but go during the week and I guarantee you will get AMAZING service. This place has great beer, but the food, as far as I can tell, isn't that great. Have fun.

Pros: Great beer, hot older women (sorry I have a penchant for that)

Cons: CROWDED!

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Good line of brewed beers, 7 Sisters beer is awesome. I highly recommend 7 Sisters. The all natural steaks are good, fried blue crab fingers and kari kari are fantiastic, service could be better though.

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★★★★☆

Good line of brewed beers, 7 Sisters beer is awesome. I highly recommend 7 Sisters. The all natural steaks are good, fried blue crab fingers and kari kari are fantiastic, service could be better though.

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The food is amazing and the selection of beer is impressive. Great place to go out too with friends

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The food is amazing and the selection of beer is impressive. Great place to go out too with friends

Pros: Food, Beer,

Cons: None

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First, I found the most lacking element was courteous service. When I enter a pub, especially one not overly busy, I expect to be greeted and asked my pleasure. I found my own way to the bar where there were only 3 or 4 other patrons, yet it took me 10 minutes to get a notice from the lady tending bar. Her replies seemed grudging and perfunctory, usually replying over her shoulder while walking away. It left me feeling unwelcome. I finally gave up trying to either ask her questions or give her orders.

But I came for the beer, and this is what the review is about, right? Here are my impressions:
Copperhead ESB: Not an ESB. Lacking in almost every English character. Overly hopped with Cascade and so stuffed with caramel malts that it tasted like a Sugar Daddy dipped in pine tar.
Festbier: Their Oktoberfest offering was lacking in any melanoidin richness and had a strong soapy character and evident dicetyl notes. Perhaps it was forced and hasn't lagered long enough or maybe I just got a glass that hadn't had the dish soap rinsed off.
Helles: Finally a beer to style with strong Tettanang hop bite and just the right low malt breadiness and a slight melanoidin richness. Slight astringency in the finish. Their most mainstream beer, but a nice example.
Tripel: Not on the menu, never offered to me, but she poured it from a secondary set of taps and I spotted her doing it, so asked for a sample. 15 minutes later I got one. I shouldn't have bothered. It had a strong orange aroma, like Tang, and the flavor was of sour honey with distinct fusel high alcohols. Dark and still too sweet for the style. I didn't even finish my 1 ounce taster.

I also had the calamari appetizer. A cereal bowl of calamari was $10 and 75% of the bowl is filled with fried onion bits. I had been planning on eating dinner here, but bailed after just the appetizer. It would have cost me at least $50 to eat here if I had a salad and an entree.

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★★☆☆☆

First, I found the most lacking element was courteous service. When I enter a pub, especially one not overly busy, I expect to be greeted and asked my pleasure. I found my own way to the bar where there were only 3 or 4 other patrons, yet it took me 10 minutes to get a notice from the lady tending bar. Her replies seemed grudging and perfunctory, usually replying over her shoulder while walking away. It left me feeling unwelcome. I finally gave up trying to either ask her questions or give her orders.

But I came for the beer, and this is what the review is about, right? Here are my impressions:
Copperhead ESB: Not an ESB. Lacking in almost every English character. Overly hopped with Cascade and so stuffed with caramel malts that it tasted like a Sugar Daddy dipped in pine tar.
Festbier: Their Oktoberfest offering was lacking in any melanoidin richness and had a strong soapy character and evident dicetyl notes. Perhaps it was forced and hasn't lagered long enough or maybe I just got a glass that hadn't had the dish soap rinsed off.
Helles: Finally a beer to style with strong Tettanang hop bite and just the right low malt breadiness and a slight melanoidin richness. Slight astringency in the finish. Their most mainstream beer, but a nice example.
Tripel: Not on the menu, never offered to me, but she poured it from a secondary set of taps and I spotted her doing it, so asked for a sample. 15 minutes later I got one. I shouldn't have bothered. It had a strong orange aroma, like Tang, and the flavor was of sour honey with distinct fusel high alcohols. Dark and still too sweet for the style. I didn't even finish my 1 ounce taster.

I also had the calamari appetizer. A cereal bowl of calamari was $10 and 75% of the bowl is filled with fried onion bits. I had been planning on eating dinner here, but bailed after just the appetizer. It would have cost me at least $50 to eat here if I had a salad and an entree.

Pros: Plenty of parking, nice outdoor patio

Cons: Smokers stand by the front door, bartender can't be bothered with questions

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I visited the North location on September 24th after a business meeting. After reading great reviews of the place, I have to admit that I was less than impressed overall.

First, I found the most lacking element was courteous service. When I enter a pub, especially one not overly busy, I expect to be greeted and asked my pleasure. I found my own way to the bar where there were only 3 or 4 other patrons, yet it took me 10 minutes to get a notice from the lady tending bar. She seemed unable to answer many questions about the beer but did give me a beer menu and a regular menu. Her replies seemed grudging and perfunctory, usually replying over her shoulder while walking away. It left me feeling unwelcome. I finally gave up trying to either ask her questions or give her orders.

But I came for the beer, and this is what the review is about, right? They have 5 beers on the menu, but one was not available and one extra was still around. Here are my impressions:
Copperhead ESB: Not an ESB. Lacking in almost every English character. Overly hopped with Cascade and so stuffed with caramel malts that it tasted like a Sugar Daddy dipped in pine tar.
Festbier: Their Oktoberfest offering was lacking in any melanoidin richness and had a strong soapy character and evident dicetyl notes. Perhaps it was forced and hasn't lagered long enough or maybe I just got a glass that hadn't had the dish soap rinsed off.
Helles: Finally a beer to style with strong Tettanang hop bite and just the right low malt breadiness and a slight melanoidin richness. Slight astringency in the finish. Their most mainstream beer, but a nice example.
Tripel: Not on the menu, never offered to me, but she poured it from a secondary set of taps and I spotted her doing it, so asked for a sample. 15 minutes later I got one. I shouldn't have bothered. It had a strong orange aroma, like Tang, and the flavor was of sour honey with distinct fusel high alcohols. Dark and still too sweet for the style. I didn't even finish my 1 ounce taster.

I also had the calamari appetizer. The food is not cheap here. A cereal bowl of calamari was $10 and 75% of the bowl is filled with fried onion bits. I had been planning on eating dinner here, but bailed after just the appetizer. It would have cost me at least $50 to eat here if I had a salad and an entree.

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★★☆☆☆

I visited the North location on September 24th after a business meeting. After reading great reviews of the place, I have to admit that I was less than impressed overall.

First, I found the most lacking element was courteous service. When I enter a pub, especially one not overly busy, I expect to be greeted and asked my pleasure. I found my own way to the bar where there were only 3 or 4 other patrons, yet it took me 10 minutes to get a notice from the lady tending bar. She seemed unable to answer many questions about the beer but did give me a beer menu and a regular menu. Her replies seemed grudging and perfunctory, usually replying over her shoulder while walking away. It left me feeling unwelcome. I finally gave up trying to either ask her questions or give her orders.

But I came for the beer, and this is what the review is about, right? They have 5 beers on the menu, but one was not available and one extra was still around. Here are my impressions:
Copperhead ESB: Not an ESB. Lacking in almost every English character. Overly hopped with Cascade and so stuffed with caramel malts that it tasted like a Sugar Daddy dipped in pine tar.
Festbier: Their Oktoberfest offering was lacking in any melanoidin richness and had a strong soapy character and evident dicetyl notes. Perhaps it was forced and hasn't lagered long enough or maybe I just got a glass that hadn't had the dish soap rinsed off.
Helles: Finally a beer to style with strong Tettanang hop bite and just the right low malt breadiness and a slight melanoidin richness. Slight astringency in the finish. Their most mainstream beer, but a nice example.
Tripel: Not on the menu, never offered to me, but she poured it from a secondary set of taps and I spotted her doing it, so asked for a sample. 15 minutes later I got one. I shouldn't have bothered. It had a strong orange aroma, like Tang, and the flavor was of sour honey with distinct fusel high alcohols. Dark and still too sweet for the style. I didn't even finish my 1 ounce taster.

I also had the calamari appetizer. The food is not cheap here. A cereal bowl of calamari was $10 and 75% of the bowl is filled with fried onion bits. I had been planning on eating dinner here, but bailed after just the appetizer. It would have cost me at least $50 to eat here if I had a salad and an entree.

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My wife and I had the great pleasure of dinning at the 5 Seasons. Located in Sandy Springs, the drive was a little too far for us, but we had so many friends recommending this place to us that we couldn't pass. The restaurant is big, with a bar and pool hall area separate from the main area, which it a haven for the smoker who wants to sneak a cigarette and not have to leave the premises while enjoying a beer. The food is outstanding, the menu can very well please pretty much anybody,from rib eye steaks, fish and chips or the suggested "pan seared red snapper with chives and a lemon zesty foam... " delicious!! It is really surprising to find this type of a menu on a brew pub.. an actual really good surprise.

The beer is absolutely marvelous. I tasted their sampler at first (5 4oz glasses of what they have on tap), where my wife was able to pick a lighter .. not LIGHT.. beer , the "7 Sisters", a red lager that came on a large mug ( 20 oz ). I had the Dark Scotch Ale , served on a smaller glass, since it had a much greater alcohol content then the others. I also tasted the Sledgehammer, a pale ale with a kicker, a bit hoppy.. highly recommended to the IPA lovers.

I really enjoyed the atmosphere, since it doesn't have the midtown attitude and is not as morbid as Alpharetta. The wait staff were very friendly and knowledgeable, with some real character working there!!
My wife and I had 3 beers each, the meal and dessert ( bread pudding, just as good as everything else, also recommended by our server) and our check was a little under $100 with a 20% tip. Highly recommended!!

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★★★★★

My wife and I had the great pleasure of dinning at the 5 Seasons. Located in Sandy Springs, the drive was a little too far for us, but we had so many friends recommending this place to us that we couldn't pass. The restaurant is big, with a bar and pool hall area separate from the main area, which it a haven for the smoker who wants to sneak a cigarette and not have to leave the premises while enjoying a beer. The food is outstanding, the menu can very well please pretty much anybody,from rib eye steaks, fish and chips or the suggested "pan seared red snapper with chives and a lemon zesty foam... " delicious!! It is really surprising to find this type of a menu on a brew pub.. an actual really good surprise.

The beer is absolutely marvelous. I tasted their sampler at first (5 4oz glasses of what they have on tap), where my wife was able to pick a lighter .. not LIGHT.. beer , the "7 Sisters", a red lager that came on a large mug ( 20 oz ). I had the Dark Scotch Ale , served on a smaller glass, since it had a much greater alcohol content then the others. I also tasted the Sledgehammer, a pale ale with a kicker, a bit hoppy.. highly recommended to the IPA lovers.

I really enjoyed the atmosphere, since it doesn't have the midtown attitude and is not as morbid as Alpharetta. The wait staff were very friendly and knowledgeable, with some real character working there!!
My wife and I had 3 beers each, the meal and dessert ( bread pudding, just as good as everything else, also recommended by our server) and our check was a little under $100 with a 20% tip. Highly recommended!!

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Just tapped at 5:55pm on Thursday 1/17/2008 (standard protocol there for new beers), it was a good tasting expresso imperial stout, but I wouldn't rate it as high as some others have. Don't get me wrong, it isn't bad, but it isn't super great either. At $6.55 for a SMALL tulip glass, it isn't worth writing home about. I was disappointed I guess because I expected a lot more. Their food was good and a decent value, but their wine selection was on the bottom of the totem pole (cheap quality wine for an expensive buck!) and their beer was overpriced for what you get in my opinion. I had 2 beers, one appetizer and a $12 pizza (I shared food with others to sample their food) and my bill was $40 including tip. Ridiculous!

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★★★☆☆

Just tapped at 5:55pm on Thursday 1/17/2008 (standard protocol there for new beers), it was a good tasting expresso imperial stout, but I wouldn't rate it as high as some others have. Don't get me wrong, it isn't bad, but it isn't super great either. At $6.55 for a SMALL tulip glass, it isn't worth writing home about. I was disappointed I guess because I expected a lot more. Their food was good and a decent value, but their wine selection was on the bottom of the totem pole (cheap quality wine for an expensive buck!) and their beer was overpriced for what you get in my opinion. I had 2 beers, one appetizer and a $12 pizza (I shared food with others to sample their food) and my bill was $40 including tip. Ridiculous!

Pros: Decent food

Cons: High priced alcohol, cheap quality wine

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So....this Friday, we (a duo consisting of my food connoisseur mate and I) gave Five seasons a try....
Is there an option to rate this 0 out of 5? Atmosphere was alright, if you like it dark. The smell of the place
when you enter the restaurant reminded me of moldy wood. Now....the food... Organic? natural?....It was bland, that's what it was...smelled bad - We had Fried French Chicken and Fish and Chips. The food was not only hilariously greasy....but the fish smelled like it was taken right out of the fish pond in the back and dipped in some thick oil and batter. If you like your food with no spices, no salt, no pepper, nothing....but the bland taste of whatever the main dish is. This place is it. Too much for the money. Personally we will never eat there again.....
Though I will add that the staff was nice, nothing wrong with the people working there...Courteous and cool...I personally just felt bad at how the food was there....

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★☆☆☆☆

So....this Friday, we (a duo consisting of my food connoisseur mate and I) gave Five seasons a try....
Is there an option to rate this 0 out of 5? Atmosphere was alright, if you like it dark. The smell of the place
when you enter the restaurant reminded me of moldy wood. Now....the food... Organic? natural?....It was bland, that's what it was...smelled bad - We had Fried French Chicken and Fish and Chips. The food was not only hilariously greasy....but the fish smelled like it was taken right out of the fish pond in the back and dipped in some thick oil and batter. If you like your food with no spices, no salt, no pepper, nothing....but the bland taste of whatever the main dish is. This place is it. Too much for the money. Personally we will never eat there again.....
Though I will add that the staff was nice, nothing wrong with the people working there...Courteous and cool...I personally just felt bad at how the food was there....

Pros: Service was great

Cons: Seat too lose to other people and...food was bLaNd

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After reading the other reviews about the service I would have thought we were at a different restaurant. Our server (I think his name was Adam) did an excellent job of not only covering the specials and all food questions we had but was also very knowledgeable about all of their beer. The atmosphere was wonderful but possibly a bit noisy (not bad for a bar, but not the kind of place I would want to have a meeting or a date with my wife). Parking was painful as part of the parking lot is under construction and with the way it is set up they almost force you to valet your vehicle. The beers we tried were absolutely top notch and I would go back again just for them if nothing else. Our only complaint was about the food. Almost everything we saw on the menu was organic which was a nice surprise. For appetizers, we started off with edamame and the scallops from their small plates selection (basically like tapas) . The edamame was perfect. The scallops were cooked perfectly but then the plate (luckily not the scallops) was drowned in a very strong sauce (probably 3-4 oz). They were still great scallops as long as you avoided too much sauce. For dinner, we had the Filet au Poivre and the Lamb Tenderloin. The filet was a generous portion (2 x 1 in. medallions) and cooked exactly as I ordered. The pepper they crusted it with was a bit heavy handed (tasted it for hours afterwards) and again, the plate was drowned in sauce (3-4 oz at least). Were I to order it again I would ask for a light peppering of the steak and the sauce on the side. The lamb was a bit overcooked based on our order of medium rare and had a proper amount of sauce but the sauce had such a smoky flavor as to be almost overwhelming. The lamb was still very tender but was medium to medium well. The portions were very generous but even with my rich Copperhead ESB beer it was not able to cut the sauce/pepper on my filet. I will be going back but I will be making sure to ask for sauces on the side next time.

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★★★★☆

After reading the other reviews about the service I would have thought we were at a different restaurant. Our server (I think his name was Adam) did an excellent job of not only covering the specials and all food questions we had but was also very knowledgeable about all of their beer. The atmosphere was wonderful but possibly a bit noisy (not bad for a bar, but not the kind of place I would want to have a meeting or a date with my wife). Parking was painful as part of the parking lot is under construction and with the way it is set up they almost force you to valet your vehicle. The beers we tried were absolutely top notch and I would go back again just for them if nothing else. Our only complaint was about the food. Almost everything we saw on the menu was organic which was a nice surprise. For appetizers, we started off with edamame and the scallops from their small plates selection (basically like tapas) . The edamame was perfect. The scallops were cooked perfectly but then the plate (luckily not the scallops) was drowned in a very strong sauce (probably 3-4 oz). They were still great scallops as long as you avoided too much sauce. For dinner, we had the Filet au Poivre and the Lamb Tenderloin. The filet was a generous portion (2 x 1 in. medallions) and cooked exactly as I ordered. The pepper they crusted it with was a bit heavy handed (tasted it for hours afterwards) and again, the plate was drowned in sauce (3-4 oz at least). Were I to order it again I would ask for a light peppering of the steak and the sauce on the side. The lamb was a bit overcooked based on our order of medium rare and had a proper amount of sauce but the sauce had such a smoky flavor as to be almost overwhelming. The lamb was still very tender but was medium to medium well. The portions were very generous but even with my rich Copperhead ESB beer it was not able to cut the sauce/pepper on my filet. I will be going back but I will be making sure to ask for sauces on the side next time.

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Esquisite service! Clean environment! Done to perfection! Highly recommend! Would go back time and time again!

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★★★★★

Esquisite service! Clean environment! Done to perfection! Highly recommend! Would go back time and time again!

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Their pizzas really are quite good and they have some interesting combinations. We tried the mushroom and asparagus and were plesantly suprised. Also ordered the grouper sandwich which is not impressive. I expected a much larger selection of beers and the waitstaff to be eager in helping me decide what I would like to try. They really could have cared less and as far as I know just poured me a budweiser. That was my main issue that there seemed to be tons of people working there but they all seemed to be extremely busy and unhelpful. When we walked in my friend and I noticed a huge list of specials. None were offered by the waitstaff which was odd considering they were somewhat illegible on the dry-erase board at the front. Many other patrons complained of poor service as well which made the meal somewhat uncomfortable. Basically it's a fine place to go for bar food but I wouldn't go out of my way to eat there.

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★★★☆☆

Their pizzas really are quite good and they have some interesting combinations. We tried the mushroom and asparagus and were plesantly suprised. Also ordered the grouper sandwich which is not impressive. I expected a much larger selection of beers and the waitstaff to be eager in helping me decide what I would like to try. They really could have cared less and as far as I know just poured me a budweiser. That was my main issue that there seemed to be tons of people working there but they all seemed to be extremely busy and unhelpful. When we walked in my friend and I noticed a huge list of specials. None were offered by the waitstaff which was odd considering they were somewhat illegible on the dry-erase board at the front. Many other patrons complained of poor service as well which made the meal somewhat uncomfortable. Basically it's a fine place to go for bar food but I wouldn't go out of my way to eat there.

Pros: food

Cons: service

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The Five Seasons Brewery experience has served as bookends for my time in Atlanta. It was one of the first places I dined at upon my arrival four years ago, and will be one of the last on my way out of town. My second time was just as fabulous as the first. If only the rest of my time in Atlanta equalled my experiences there....

The pizzas are wonderful. Ham/apple & salmon/avacado, while not your typical pairing on pizzas, both hit the mark. Calamari appetizer is also very good. Beers on tap, particularly the Me262 Maibock, are quality. 5 Seasons offers meat plates, but we didn't try any of them. Overall, a great casual drinking/eating experience.

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★★★★★

The Five Seasons Brewery experience has served as bookends for my time in Atlanta. It was one of the first places I dined at upon my arrival four years ago, and will be one of the last on my way out of town. My second time was just as fabulous as the first. If only the rest of my time in Atlanta equalled my experiences there....

The pizzas are wonderful. Ham/apple & salmon/avacado, while not your typical pairing on pizzas, both hit the mark. Calamari appetizer is also very good. Beers on tap, particularly the Me262 Maibock, are quality. 5 Seasons offers meat plates, but we didn't try any of them. Overall, a great casual drinking/eating experience.

Pros: Tasty beers, Excellent pizzas

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This used to be a fun local place with a lot of personal touch. Now it's a machine. The wait goes on and on such that I don't go any more, unless it's just for a beer. Why are they charging for bread?

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★★★☆☆

This used to be a fun local place with a lot of personal touch. Now it's a machine. The wait goes on and on such that I don't go any more, unless it's just for a beer. Why are they charging for bread?

Pros: beer, more beer, most beer

Cons: wait, wait, bread is pricey!

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Five Seasons Brewing is conveniently located off Interstate 285 north on Roswell Road in the Prado shopping center. This has been the previous location of several other restaurant/breweries.

We visited this restaurant sometime between luch and dinner. They offered a very limited menu and slow service, even though there were very few patrons in the restaurant at the time. The hand crafterd beers were better than average, and the food was about average. The prices were a little on the expensive side.

The restaurant has a large, nicely appointed, dining area and full size bar. Seating is also available on the covered patio.

Five Seasons Brewing is worth a visit if you are enjoy microbrews. Otherwise, I would recommend going elsewhere for dining, especially if you are between lunch and dinner time.

PROS: Good selection of mircobrews
CONS: Limited menu, Slow service

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★★★☆☆

Five Seasons Brewing is conveniently located off Interstate 285 north on Roswell Road in the Prado shopping center. This has been the previous location of several other restaurant/breweries.

We visited this restaurant sometime between luch and dinner. They offered a very limited menu and slow service, even though there were very few patrons in the restaurant at the time. The hand crafterd beers were better than average, and the food was about average. The prices were a little on the expensive side.

The restaurant has a large, nicely appointed, dining area and full size bar. Seating is also available on the covered patio.

Five Seasons Brewing is worth a visit if you are enjoy microbrews. Otherwise, I would recommend going elsewhere for dining, especially if you are between lunch and dinner time.

PROS: Good selection of mircobrews
CONS: Limited menu, Slow service

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Five Seasns has a great location in the Prado Shopping Center just inside 285 on Roswell Road. If yoou like micro-brew you'll love Five Seasons. It is a nice spacious, family friendly place to go on a Saturday afternoon and watch a game or just socialize. Great food, great people. What more could you ask?

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★★★★☆

Five Seasns has a great location in the Prado Shopping Center just inside 285 on Roswell Road. If yoou like micro-brew you'll love Five Seasons. It is a nice spacious, family friendly place to go on a Saturday afternoon and watch a game or just socialize. Great food, great people. What more could you ask?

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Handcrafted beers are the best in town and the menu is very diverse. Gourmet pizzas, fish n chips, the recommended lamb tenderloins, Meyer Farms Natural Red Angus Filet au Poivre with Pommes Frites, duck, Kobe Hanging Tender with Baby Shiitake and Sweet Onions, and Meyer Farms All Natural Rib-Eye with Roasted Fingerling Potatoes and Asparagus make a nice selection that is not your standard brew pub fare. Nice wood decor inside with a big open dining room. We had Halibut & Chips, Lamb Tenderloin with deimglaze & Smashed Potatoes. All I can say is that it was awesome...all of it. The lamb tenderloin was very tender and the demiglaze was perfect. Have a Seven Sisters Munchner to kick off a great dinner.

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★★★★★

Handcrafted beers are the best in town and the menu is very diverse. Gourmet pizzas, fish n chips, the recommended lamb tenderloins, Meyer Farms Natural Red Angus Filet au Poivre with Pommes Frites, duck, Kobe Hanging Tender with Baby Shiitake and Sweet Onions, and Meyer Farms All Natural Rib-Eye with Roasted Fingerling Potatoes and Asparagus make a nice selection that is not your standard brew pub fare. Nice wood decor inside with a big open dining room. We had Halibut & Chips, Lamb Tenderloin with deimglaze & Smashed Potatoes. All I can say is that it was awesome...all of it. The lamb tenderloin was very tender and the demiglaze was perfect. Have a Seven Sisters Munchner to kick off a great dinner.

Pros: best brewed beer, great food, diverse menu

Cons: service not so great

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This can become an American food favorite for us. My husband and I visited for Saturday lunch, boy were we surprised to find the establishment empty! We were literally the only customers there, not that we minded. We enjoyed a covered patio dining area and our positive impression was heightened by the fried crab claw appetizer. My grilled salmon with avocado pizza was definitely different, and I was grateful for its crispy and ungreasy crust. Hubby, who is not a big fan of pasta or garlic, thoroughly enjoyed his salmon and asparagus angel hair pasta with creamy garlic sauce. He gushed that the garlic sauce had just the perfect combination of flavors. Prices were reasonable, less than $10 for each dish. We would've liked to have tried dessert too, if our stomachs werent' so full.

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★★★★☆

This can become an American food favorite for us. My husband and I visited for Saturday lunch, boy were we surprised to find the establishment empty! We were literally the only customers there, not that we minded. We enjoyed a covered patio dining area and our positive impression was heightened by the fried crab claw appetizer. My grilled salmon with avocado pizza was definitely different, and I was grateful for its crispy and ungreasy crust. Hubby, who is not a big fan of pasta or garlic, thoroughly enjoyed his salmon and asparagus angel hair pasta with creamy garlic sauce. He gushed that the garlic sauce had just the perfect combination of flavors. Prices were reasonable, less than $10 for each dish. We would've liked to have tried dessert too, if our stomachs werent' so full.

Pros: patio dining, friendly service, good portions

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This restaurant has so much to offer, I don't know where to start. They serve the BEST beer in town - hands down. From light to dark, Five Seasons has it and it's all great. And then there's the food! I've yet to try something that wasn't fantastic. The menu is so diverse that there's something for everyone and again, it's all great! Depending on your mood, you can sit in the main dining room, on the patio, at the bar, or in the side bar that has a pool table. Five Seasons has it all!

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★★★★★

This restaurant has so much to offer, I don't know where to start. They serve the BEST beer in town - hands down. From light to dark, Five Seasons has it and it's all great. And then there's the food! I've yet to try something that wasn't fantastic. The menu is so diverse that there's something for everyone and again, it's all great! Depending on your mood, you can sit in the main dining room, on the patio, at the bar, or in the side bar that has a pool table. Five Seasons has it all!

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A little hard to find, but well worth the search. The menu ranges from comfort food to the exotic for those who dare. Kudos for using prime beef for the Filet au Poivre. It's a must! The beers are well crafted and delicious accross the board. Easily the best beer in Atlanta. Also, you must try the Cheese Kari Kari appetizer. Afterwords, you'll crave them so badly, they guarantee a return trip. The waitstaff's uniform could use some work considering the ambiance and the quality and presentation of the food. Overall though, this out of the way brew pub has become one of my top 3 choices for an outstanding meal.

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★★★★★

A little hard to find, but well worth the search. The menu ranges from comfort food to the exotic for those who dare. Kudos for using prime beef for the Filet au Poivre. It's a must! The beers are well crafted and delicious accross the board. Easily the best beer in Atlanta. Also, you must try the Cheese Kari Kari appetizer. Afterwords, you'll crave them so badly, they guarantee a return trip. The waitstaff's uniform could use some work considering the ambiance and the quality and presentation of the food. Overall though, this out of the way brew pub has become one of my top 3 choices for an outstanding meal.

Pros: amazing variety, best beers in town, try the filet!

Cons: crowded parking lot, limited wine list

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Love the patio. Cool breezes. My ahi tuna salad was delish. And their coffee is the BEST.

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★★★★★

Love the patio. Cool breezes. My ahi tuna salad was delish. And their coffee is the BEST.

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Dennis Lange bailed out what was a popular but failed brewpub operation to open the original 5 Seasons Brewing. Then it expanded with two more locations, and Lange decided to part ways with the trio, first changing the pub's name then…

 

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