Great old cozy downstairs bar and restaurant in the Virginia Highlands area of Atlanta. Nice local crowd.
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6 of us ate at Highland Tap for a birthday celebration. Food was OK, but not more than that. For appetizers we had shrimp cocktail, calamari, spinach and artichoke dip, French onion soup, and escargot. The best of all of those was the bread that...More
Excellent atmosphere, friendly and efficient service, drinks were perfect and plentiful. But the best part was the perfectly prepared steaks. We tried several different cuts, and everyone had nothing but great things to say. It can get a tad noisy, but it's a small thing...More
Food is great. Try to go on a Thursday when the special is homemade chicken pot pie. Yum! It's a place you'll want to go back to ---- I do.
First of all, you go down a long flight of steep stairs to get to the restaurant. It feels as if you're underground in a 1920's speakeasy. My husband had the ribeye, I had the filet. Both were excellently cooked and had amazing flavor. The...More
I hadn't eaten here for many years. I had forgot about it. After going out to dinner I'm not sure why. Our food was really good. The service was good. The waitress was really friendly and sweet. I like that the vegetables come with the...More
We arrived as the kitchen opened at four. Delightful service, delicious fish and ribs. Good bar selection. Interesting location in basement of historic building in the middle of Virginia Highlands. Would definitely come again.
It is rare that when all seven of us liked every dish we ordered. Highland Tap has a tradition of serving quality food. The martinis were excellent, the hamburgers were juiced and well cooked. My grouper sandwich was the best I ever had. The dessert...More
I called to make anniversary arrangements. We hadn't been there for a while ,but remembered it as a romantic spot. I asked for a table in a little side room that has a fireplace, but was told because it was a weeknight that room wouldn't...More
Finding this little restaurant in Highland (20 mins drive from Buckhead) was great. Valet parking to the rear this restaurant offered a great and varied menu of steaks and fish. There appeared to be many regulars present when we visited which was reassuring. Steaks vary...More