Est. 2016 | East Point
Same Tri-Cities corner, different Tri-Cities tavern
When the building that housed East Point Corner Tavern, which by the way was the first Corner Tavern in Greater Atlanta, went up for sale after 15 years in business, anything could have happened. Fortunately it was taken over by Nick LeMay, who’d been EPCT’s GM and decided he was ready to transition from manager to owner. The continuity of a former-employee becoming the boss made Chairs. (sometimes called “Chairs Upstairs”) a familiar experience to the long-supporting locals who made trivia, karaoke, and pool league nights so communal. The regulars are genuinely nice, the billiards area is still busy, and the beer list is always quality. Now, with a new name and a slightly upticked menu that includes meats cooked on an outside smoker, it’s not just a place to eat, drink, and be merry in East Point, it’s also telling you exactly where to park your backside when you’re in the mood for such fun.