The cooks at City Tap serve up a varied menu of shareable tapas and casual entrees, and the bartenders pour an array of libations. The bruschetta's toasted garlic bread comes topped with tomatoes and fresh basil, and the Dual Major starter lets guests study a sampler of cheese and a sampler of smoker meats and then take home a degree made of cocktail napkins. Signature barbecue sauce slathers the whiskey-pulled-pork sandwich, and fresh veggies top the artisan pizza. To wet the whistle, guest can sip imported beer, wine by the glass, and carefully crafted cocktails or live, local music that plays several nights a week.
Ancient of Days Yoga believes that everybody deserves the healing benefits of yoga. Therefore, besides offering regular yoga classes, we also offer gentle, restorative, prenatal and adaptive yoga for people with limited mobility or facing a life changing situation
• For $29, you get any one appetizer and any two entrees (up to a $61 value). • For $54, you get any two appetizers and any four entrees (up to a $122 value). • For $72, you get any three appetizers and any six entrees (up to a $183 value).
Reports of strange sights abound near a simple brick building just off the leafy avenues of Avery Park. Some people share stories of a no-frills grill permeated by the smell of juicy steaks and charbroiled burgers, and others tell tales of a hall resounding with music from live bands, laughter, and clinking glasses. These visitors haven’t entered a time warp—they’ve simply found Jekyll & Hyde's, a pub that leads a double life as both a purveyor of hearty eats and nightlife excitement.
Named for the famous short story by Robert Louis Stevenson, the pub celebrates the author’s little-known second career as an artisanal burger chef with specially seasoned beef patties decorated with jalapeño bacon and American cheese. Visitors settle in cozy booths of tufted brown leather to munch on Mr. H's special steak sandwiches or share baskets of chicken fingers, or they can head to the full bar to fix their eyes on the drama of games unfolding on multiple flat-screen TVs. In a separate poolroom, billiard balls clack and clatter over the green felt of nine tables, and players eye their next shots over frosty glasses of beer.
The Newnan Community Theatre Company (NCTC) has been providing live entertainment in downtown Newnan for over 30 years.
With a full season of shows, NCTC is a busy and active theatre. Additionally, NCTC offers educational programs, improv comedy, and many other events!
NCTC is a 100% volunteer run, non-profit company.