Deckard’s American Tavern shutters on Ponce

Restaurant abruptly closes its Midtown store.

Restaurant abruptly closes its Midtown store.

UPDATE (Nov. 20, 2013): Tacos & Tequilas to replace Midtown’s Deckard’s Tavern.

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Deckard’s American Tavern has closed up shop at its Midtown location.

The restaurant located at 650 Ponce De Leon Avenue in the Midtown Place shopping center, announced its closure on Facebook, its website and via a note on Deckard’s front door.

“Sorry to report that we are now closed,” Deckard’s said in a Facebook post Tuesday. “Thank you for your patronage over the last few years!”

Fans of the American tavern were shocked to hear the news of Deckard’s closing on Facebook, Tuesday.

“Wait , what? No warning, just BOOM? Drag,” fan Kris Ernst said in a comment.

Deckard’s, which opened its sole Midtown location in 2010, was the creation of Taco Mac’s corporate chef, Matthew Deckard.

Deckard’s was not immediately available for comment.

 

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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7 years ago

Disappointing loss for the area. Plenty of great beers and good bar food for game-days. I have to imagine if they could have hung around until next Summer, they would have seen some Beltline traffic.

sandwich
7 years ago

Not surprised, the service was garbage. Would love to see something unique go there, but just put the Taco Mac in already and be done with it.

Todd
7 years ago

Great space for a bring your dog to the bar…. http://Www.dogbarcharlotte.com

Tiffani
7 years ago

Uber sad! The burgers were amazing!

Skipster
7 years ago

Only went here once. It was on a Saturday and it was so painfully under-staffed that they were rendered paralyzed. It took eons to get ANYTHING..water, drinks, let alone food. It’s a great location and an excellent beer selection. If they had just properly staffed the place it might have worked, but it goes without saying that it’s a chicken/egg situation.
A TacoMac will do fine, as long as they train the staff.

Foodie
7 years ago

Yep, the service was not enthusiastic – to say the least. I tried it on about three counts due to how close I lived. The waitresses there didnt have a clue.

Dee
7 years ago

I worked there for about a month after finishing grad school. The management was awful and the employee turnover rate was horrendous. I went back a few months after I had quit and the I was told that the management had been fired, but it still looked like nothing had changed. The mangement kept referring to the location as “poncey-highlands” to my amazement and got upset whenever someone mentioned we were in a gay neighborhood. Even after putting in a fair notice of my decision to quit, my termination notice said that I was fired for no-call no-show. I am… Read more »

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