At 5 Seasons Brewing (Westside), the pork is some of the cleanest pork in all of the Southeast. It is pastured on native land, fed food scraps and is supplemented with a non-GMO feed. A lot of the produce is organically grown and local, and the beef is 100% grass fed. The chicken in the entrees is pasture raised and organic but the menu doesn’t list the chicken salad as organic. The majority of the menu items are house made, including dressings and bread but their bread is not organic.
American cuisine which includes lunch, dinner and brunch on the weekends. The menu consists of sandwiches, soups, salads, burgers, pizza, small plates and entrees.
What I Ordered
I arrived for Brunch and ordered the House Made and Cured Corned Beef served in a skillet with Organic Yukon Potatoes and Organic Eggs. The corned beef was tasty and not too salty, as is often experienced. The potatoes were tender and seasoned nicely and overall I really enjoyed this skillet.
Think brewery or upscale pub and that’s the feel at 5 Seasons Brewing. Lots of dark wood, exposed duct work and plenty of TV’s to watch the games. A vast outdoor seating area awaits upstairs with nice views of Atlanta.
5 Seasons Brewing is a great eatery serving many clean food choices in the midst of its very own brewery. The ambiance is fun and the food is reasonably priced, given the higher quality ingredients.