After something like two decades in business, you could say that this low-key bar has become something of a second home for many a thirsty Norcrossian.A "Cheers"-y home bar for the neighborhood. A laid-back post-work hangout (and refuge from I-85 traffic). A joint that serves up tasty, classic bar food. Tavern at Medlock is all of these things, but above all, it's true to its name: a quintessential bar where cold beer and hot wings are the name of the game. No frills, no schmancy, no bartenders who give you the side-eye if you ask nicely for a good ol' Budweiser, and nary a truffle salted, duck fat-fried French fry in sight. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but there's a time and a place. And when you're getting off work and need a place to decompress, you need the healing powers of a low-key joint like this. The beer's cold, the bartenders are friendly, and with pool tables and TVs aplenty, there's a whole host of diversions to keep you busy while getting your recommended daily dose of beer.
After something like two decades in business, you could say that this bar has become something of a second home for many a thirsty Norcrossian. Of course, the Tavern has your classic bar food fare —wings, burgers, and other dishes perfect for soaking up the beer — but under their new management, they've started focusing on a few healthier options that their regular crowd has already taken a liking to. Grilled salmon with your brew? Twist my arm. And while you're at it, add a basket of "damn hot" wings.
Tavern Wings, $7.99 (8-piece) - $19.99 (24-piece)
Tavern Burger, $7.50
Texas Tavern Burger, $8.50
Grilled Salmon, $12.99
Steak Frites, $15.99
Monday - Wednesday, 11 a.m. - 1 a.m.
Thursday & Friday, 11 a.m. - 2 a.m.
Saturday, 12 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Sunday, 12 p.m. - 12 a.m.