2783 Main St, East Pt, GA | Directions 3034433.679710 -84.440639
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 2am
No! No! Tacky management, driest nachos in town for $11, broke-down waitress, karaoke guy with snippy attitude -> fun night turned into a bummer :-(
Us: we'd like 12 piece lemon pepper chicken wings
CT: we're out of chicken wings
Us: Why are those people eating chicken wings?
CT: Oh, we just got those - I forgot to tell you
Us: Well, actually these nachos are really dry for $11 and what we really wanted was chicken wings
CT: Oh, well..., sorry, we'll try to do better next time, most people like them, I can offer you a little ($2.75) discount. (What?! No chicken wings?!)
No wonder it's kinda empty on Saturdays!
Great as to be expected – I can't lie I love this place. The service, food and enegry is always 5 star. The beer selcetion does not hurt either. I have yet to taste a dish that I don't like.
Thieves! – Stay away from Corner Tavern unless you like getting ripped off. I just found out this week that the tips go to the restaurant owner and not the servers.
Yes, you may pay the same amount, but it's still unethical. 100% of the tip money should go to the servers. If the restaurant is not making enough money, they should be upfront about it and charge more - not be sneaky and steal your money.
Little Five Corner Tavern – The manager was incredibly irritable. I was the DD last night and it was obvious the manager did not do well with handling her drunken patrons from my friends to other people sitting at the bar. Seems as though she is in the wrong field because she was rude, her wait staff and bar tender both said she was rude to us and others on a regular basis. I live blocks away from this bar and me and my friends will never be back.
Great karaoke, Good Food, Good Mix Of People – This is a wonderful neighborhood bar near the East Point train station. I went there to eat initially because I'd won a gift certificate to The East Point Tavern but have since returned many times. The food is good.
Saturday's karaoke is really good. I like the sound system there. There's enough participation to keep it interesting. A truly diverse crowd that somehow meshes. There's a good groove going on!
Great Neighborhood Tavern – Everytime I go to the EPT Tavern I have a great time. The variety of beers, food and people makes this bar awesome. They have trivia, pool tables, karaoke, poker, and live music. I meet great people all the time. The entire staff has the best customer service. If you ever in the Airport Area, you should definately stop by and have a cool time.
Coolest EPT Bar – East Point Corner Tavern is a great neighborhood bar. They have cool a** bartenders(Heather & Chris)! I love Adult trivia on Fridays and Karaoke on Saturdays ( wait to you see the Michael Jackson guy...Hilarious) and pool tables. The Burgers and the Fried Artichokes are the best, as well as the rest of the food. Mostly, I love the mixture of people, it reminds me of the East Point I grew up in.
great music – This place has great food and atmosphere. We saw two great singer/guitar players from Athens, GA. Spencer Frye and Jason Beckham are two of the best song writers we have seen in a while. We also saw Jade Lemmon from the rock band Injected hanging out. This is a place to see stars and to discover up and coming stars!
Perfect bar. Glad it's in my neighborhood. – No matter who I take here, they always love it. My last date was transported by what was playing on the jukebox -- he said it reminded him of his college days in a very good way (he has great taste in music). It's the only bar I've been to where I've not had to battle to get a pool table. Staff is awesome, friendly, willing to make anything you can describe in a drink. You can park in the back and sneak up the rear stairs if parking out front is not available. Never been for trivia or tournament pool nights, but have seen a twosome playing guitar in the past. Great place.
Local tavern lures worker bees for casual lunches and night owls for twilight bar games. – The Scene
Traipsing up the seamy stairwell to the second level in this historic building, visitors may be apprehensive but will feel at home once inside the cozy tavern. A jukebox belts out rockin' rhythms while a mix of urban pioneers and airport employees devour meals, compete in pool games or commandeer a comfy, exposed-brick corner for a game of backgammon. Affable staff keeps cocktail and pint glasses filled.
Off the barhoppers beaten path, the tavern has become a neighborhood institution for its reasonably priced, pub grub menu, billiards, Hold 'Em tourneys and live music. This watering hole, in the hometown of TLC and Outkast, is adding a little alternative flavor to the area, as East Point becomes a hot spot for trendy urbanites. When the weather is balmy, seize a wrought iron table and plastic lawn chair on the covered balcony that overlooks the square below.
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