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Whitehall Tavern

2391 Peachtree Rd. NE (Peachtree Battle Ave. NW) Send to Phone
Casual American fare created with many house-made ingredients is served amid a sports bar atmosphere.


Lunch & Dinner daily
Bar open late

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Whitehall Tavern, Atlanta, GA

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Whitehall Tavern Restaurant Review

: Whitehall Tavern’s name evokes the original White Hall Tavern that Charner Humphries built in 1835 near Gordon and Lee Streets in West End (Whitehall Tavern was formerly known as Cheyenne Grille & Sports Bar). Not nearly as rowdy as its namesake was, this rendition features kid-focused games and a kids’ menu to attract families. Myriad flat-screen HD TVs broadcast sundry sports events. Wings, tacos, fried pickles and other casual fare make good openers, but we miss the Scotch eggs and the Buffalo shrimp. Sandwiches include a bevy of burgers; our choice is the "Jam Burger," graced with house-made bacon jam and whole-grain mustard aïoli. Mains run from chicken to fish to steak, all priced way south of $20. The craft beer collection has 100 choices, including popular local brews. The wine list is serviceable if not exciting. Cheesecake and bread pudding, the latter house-made, are among the desserts. The large, popular patio is pooch-friendly.

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