Decatur >Food & Dining > Steinbeck's
659 East Lake Drive, Suite B, Decatur, GA | Directions 3003033.759445 -84.303399
Great Pub Atmosphere with friendly and interesting regulars – This place has such a nice, quaint feel. There are tons of regulars, too- so that's always a great sign! I would be a regular as well if time permitted! Try their pimp filet (chicken sandwich) and their brussels sprouts and cauliflower dishes are surprisingly delicious... oh- and the butterbeans!
Another menu tip: try the BLT, but ask them to put pimiento cheese on it for extra... and the pimiento cheese burger is awesome too. They also have an excellent beer selection, the same kinds as The Brick Store but they're not snobby about it.
Another thing I really like about this place is that they make great efforts to use only local and sustainable foods. Sometimes it means a higher price, but I feel better eating in an establishment where I know they care about the quality and sustainability of their food.
Go here instead of the UJ – I love the homemade chips with blue cheese dressing -- yummy. My husband thinks they do the best wings! Staff is attentive and friendly.
Best pint in Atlanta! – The people are great and the food is great. What more could you ask for? I have never had anything that I would not eat again repeatedly. They have great beers on tap. The smoked wings are amazing and the specials truly live up to that term. Steinbeck’s is one of the best places in town for a meal at a reasonable price.
Cute spot in Oakhurst is a retro-classic with its' small space, friendly service and interesting menu. – In Short
In the adorable and tucked away Oakhurst neighborhood, Steinbeck's is no bigger than a shoebox but has enough charm to fill a big box chain in a shopping center. Although it's only been around for a few years, the quaint place doesn't look a day under 30, with chalk board daily specials and Jimmy the bartender's Irish accent giving it an all too authentic feel. Though this pub's menu is limited, it is rife with oddball selections; hearty bar fare with flare. The house burger comes loaded with sneaky jalapenos while the mac and cheese get truffles thrown in for good measure. The bratwurst is tough to attack but worth the effort, covered with sautéed mushrooms and onions. With only a few flat screens and a bar that seats less than 10, this little old school joint is a neighborhood classic.
Yum! – What a pleasant surprise in my neighborhood. The Lobster Ravioli is out of this world. The space is quite charming. The service was fantastic. The Irish bartender (I think he's the manager) is incredibly hospitable. I will definitely go back especially in the spring when I can sit on the patio.
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