The Brass Tap Planned For Fuqua’s Glenwood Place

It's the second Atlanta-area location for the franchised craft beer bar.
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It’s the second Atlanta-area location for the franchised craft beer bar.

UPDATE (April 7, 2017): The Brass Tap Glenwood Place To Open April 10

Tampa, Fla.-based The Brass Tap could soon have a second Atlanta-area location.

Franchisee Bacari Nelson has plans to open an outpost of the craft beer bar in Fuqua’s Kroger-anchored Glenwood Place mixed-use development, at 790 Glenwood Avenue.

Plans Thursday were filed with City of Atlanta to buildout The Brass Tap’s 2,993-square-foot space, situated in suite 260.

This would be the second Atlanta-area location for The Brass Tap. The first opened last year in Dunwoody under franchisees Samy Onsi and Mary Kate Roesch, business partners who have a two-location deal with the company.

The Brass Tap offers a gastropub menu and live entertainment but the focus is on its 80 plus craft beers on tap and nearly 200 bottled beers, according to the craft beer bar’s website.

The Brass Tap joins Kroger, Waffle House, Pacific Dental, The Joint, American Deli, Pro Cleaners, LV Nails, Great Clips, and Chick-fil-A at Glenwood Place.

The Brass Tap | Glenwood Place

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Atlanta (WNA). He was featured in The New York Times, Creative Loafing's "20 People to Watch," named "Lifestyle Blogger You Need To Know" by Rolling Out Magazine and highlighted as Atlanta's Metropolitan Male in fashion magazine, 944. WNA has been named "Best of Atlanta" by Creative Loafing, and Atlanta and Jezebel Magazines.

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  1. Any word on the zoning challenges? I thought a bar couldn’t be within a given distance from a school and Maynard Jackson HS is directly across the street.

  2. This map shows a traffic light next to the Chick-fil-a. Where did the map come from? What fantasy? What dream?

  3. This is the language i found:

    O.C.G.A. 3-3-21 (2010)
    3-3-21. Sales of alcoholic beverages near churches, school buildings, or other sites

    (a) (1) No person knowingly and intentionally may sell or offer to sell:
    (A) Any distilled spirits in or within 100 yards of any church building or within 200 yards of any school building, educational building, school grounds, or college campus;

    Seems to me that the location would be well within 200 yards of the school grounds. But, it’s likely further than 100 yards from the building.

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