The atmosphere was nice. There are large rectangular tables with bench seating or tall stools with chair backs. It's a large open space. The servers were friendly and accommodating. There were a few beers that suited our palates, The Ocmulgee Cream Ale and Velvet Lady were our favorites.
We only ordered an appetizer of fried pork skins, which were fresh and hot upon delivery
When we return, we will order entrees as the food looked delicious and portion sizes allowed many people to leave with leftovers.
The efficiency and quality at Ocmulgee has remained consistent over the years that I have frequented this area. Very little changes, and that's a good thing because Ocmulgee has got it going on.
Vegetarian options: Get the veggie trail with no Chipotle Mayo for a safe bet if you are picky. They have some other good sauces as well like onion Romelade. They can put the veggie burger on any of their other burgers and they don't balk at changing out sauces, adding runny eggs, and other personalized changes. I personally like the truffle aoili sauce(occasionally, otherwise it feels heavy).
Parking: If you cannot get a spot on second St, poplar is a close second for getting a good spot. There are free garages nearby if you can't find a spot during peak hours.
Ordered three meals. Burger, salad and chicken wings were just fine. Chicken salad has no flavor whatsoever, just mayo. I’d never had pimento so not sure how to comment but the grease made the bread soggy.
Service was average for the middle of the week.
Honestly, the best onion rings I’ve ever eaten. The cheese curds were also delicious. Burger was okay. Beer was okay. Service was quick and friendly. Very cool old building.