Pretty mediocre. Not my first choice, not my last choice.
Super cheap wells. Decent bar food for a decent price. Friendly staff. Watch sports, play darts, or just kick it on the patio.
This is a pretty chill LGBT pub. Crowd is laid back and always friendly hence the name. Not overly populated by hipsters yet so the drinks are still super cheap. I'm not talking PBR for $2 more like Long Islands for under $4. They have a jukebox, snacks, and clean bathrooms. Great location. The Drunken Unicorn and MJQ's are both located underneath. They have their own parking area. Only downside is how smokey this place gets.
I guess... Gone are the days of smoke filled Jazz Clubs packed with eclectic low key anti establishment pot heads zoning out.
The service is slow. The food is weird. But the Jazz?
The Jazz is on point.
My advice is get rid of the valet parking($10) The reservations ($5) per person, and get a new menu... You can keep the names but do change the cuisine...
If you have the $ and the patience you will be rewarded with some pretty good live Jazz...
Noni's is also a great place for after work cocktails and a really tasty dinner and don't overlook the party scene on Saturday nights where hipsters from nearby East Atlanta, Old Fourth Ward and Inman Park dance the night away.
We had a few high-dollar cocktails that were great. A couple of apps that were so-so (chewy popcorn was a let down in an otherwise good mix of flavors in the rail mix) - the boiled peanuts were not available. Our "entrees" were all really good - fish n' grits, shotgun wedding soup, mussels. Our one vegetarian diner was really disappointed with the lack of options.
It's certainly a notch above most other places in the area with the constant exception, Agave. We'll definitely go back.
One other thing - loved the music mix.
4 stars if patrick makes your drink
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