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56 E Andrews Dr NW Ste 16, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030533.842490 -84.380828
Neighborhoods: Buckhead Village, Northside, Northside
Slum bar of Buckhead – Stout needs a new vent system - it stinks in there!
The great dollar beer is 12 oz of High Life, not a pint of beer!
The food menu is pretty ok but be prepared to wait for a long time for your food to arrive - getting a drink can take a while too!
Terrible service, unfriendly – WORST bar in the area! First, the bar staff are the rudest people I came across in my entire visit to Atlanta. I was truly embarrassed to bring my friends to this place.
I would give this place NEGATIVE stars if I could! The bar staff was absolutely terrible. The managers were "unavailable" and it was impossible to get a drink. Places like this are an EMBARRASSMENT to the local community and give other local businesses (and their employees) a bad reputation!!!!
We went to many other bars nearby that were MORE crowded and had NO COVER --- yet, they had better service and MUCH better bartenders!
Charging $20 and refusing to serve is really, really, really bad for business. It was crowded, and we gave it a chance. We waited a good 30-45 minutes. I witnessed the bartender take plenty of shots for herself though!
Great neighborhood bar – On the weekends, the place can be a bit crazy, but the bartenders are friendly and the drinks are cheap and strong. They even have beer-pong! My new bar of choice!
$1 drafts all day, every day – This bar carries all the big sports packages, always $1 drafts, great food (try the Reuben!), and games... play beer pong or flip cup, darts or Golden Tee, and video trivia or poker! Say HI to Paudy, the resident Irishman behind the bar while you're there.
The only thing worse than the service was the bartender's breast augmentation. Assuming you can get served a drink, be prepared to order another because they skimp on the alcohol in mixed drinks. Horrible service, bad drinks, not worth the cover charge to enter.
Marcus makes the bar worthwhile! – I have to say, this place changes based on who is bartending. On the weekends it feels like a club, or an extension of East Andrews. Sunday/Monday/Tuesday is the BEST time to go- and make sure to say HI to Marcus!!!
Unlike on the weekends, Marcus the bartender is the only one there on these other days (that I saw) and I didn't feel like there were frat boys breathing down my neck. He remembers your drink and your name as soon as you walk in, and usually has it ready for you before you sit down! I also like the way he can spin bottles if you want or just say HI if you don't.
Overall a nice bar/pub. OH and make sure to try the french fries dipped in RANCH sauce! I swear they make it out of cr@ck there, it is so good!.
Smokey bar, Bad service – Wanting to try new things my girlfriends and I checked out Stout for lunch, and we were not impressed.. very small, smokey (i couldn't get the smell out of my jacket), and the place fell short on all levels.. The rueben sandwich was the highlight, but the services was downright bad and the bartender was more interested in the guys than the girls so it was a trip getting drinks. The parking was free, so that was the best thing about the place.. unfortunately, my slow service and lack of service helped me figure out that I won't be going back. Get some staff that focus on the customer and not giving away drinks to the locals.. Go to Fado instead.
Best Rueben I have ever had – I work around the corner. A pretty girl came by from Stout, giving us a menu, and better yet a card to try a free lunch. We gave it a try. My friend had the Fish n Chips, and I had the Rueben, and both were amazing. Also, they had Chimay, a personal favorite for a Belgium Beer.
Food was great. (And only $6 for everything on the menu)
Great beer selection (my buddies were drinking $1 drafts, but I prefer the individual craft beers)
Great looking plasmas everywhere.
Stout, welcome to the neighborhood, i'll be back soon!
Get ready for guy overload, Buckhead. This Irish sports bar slings a near perfect combo of bangers n' mash and ESPN College Game Day. – In Short
As you would expect from a bar named after suds, the beer list is better than average--Beamish and Boddington's please the connoisseurs while those with a less sophisticated pallet can throw back Buds without embarrassment. Classed-up middle-agers mingle among floppy-haired frat guys and the choices on the jukebox reflect the crowd's variety. Taking a page out of the Fado-Euro-handbook, usual pub grub is spruced up with beer battered fish and chips, wings marinated in Irish whiskey, and standard bangers and mash. If the dartboards are busy traipse downstairs to the game room to find treasure trove of three pool tables, arcade games and the addictive Golden Tee. Weekends draw heavy crowds in the late evening, but weekdays can offer a place to play without the rush.
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