The food here is just exquisite. Everything is prepared beautifully. I'm not the adventurous type when to comes to dining, so I was a little skeptical about South American cuisine. I'm so happy I tried this restaurant, however. It's one of my favorites now!
I'm self-employed in the East Atlanta area. This is a great place to meet a nearby client for lunch. Professional enough to have a conversation, but not stuffy, and the food is high-quality.
This place has amazing food and a romantic atmosphere. I was in a rush so ended up eating with a friend at the bar instead of waiting for a table but still had a great experience. I had the pork tenderloin and my friend had the lamb-there was nothing left on our plates!
I had heard about this place--you know-old 50s diner, great food, etc.. but had to see to believe---I'm a BELIEVER! This place is great--a true throwback to the 50s--I think even the waitresses were around then--great food--biscuits are the best ever. I will be back and am a fan for life.
Java Jive is better anyway. Even the biscuits are better here. And the coffee is better than any I've ever had outside of a gourmet coffee shop. I love their various scrambles. Anyone over the age of about 50 will also love the decor, my father goes on and on about the memories it brings back. You have to see it for yourself. Just beware that they only take cash (ATM inside) and the parking is cramped and tough to find (small, tight driveway on the left as you face the building...I recommend the back alley entrance).
Jay Swift has hit a home run with his own place.. We have been there several times and have liked everything on the menu. If you like pork, try the three little pigs with mac and cheese, it is out of this world!Again can't miss if you want great food and service.
The best place for brunch in Midtown. Great service, nice bread baskets and comfortable atmosphere. Reasonable prices. For dinner, the food has had it's ups and downs, not very reliable...
Excellent Atmosphere and great service. Some of the best Sushi I have tasted in Atlanta. Very fresh fish. The edamame was perfectly cooked and the Spicy Tuna was just right!
I like eating here. However, when I go there for lunch, the atmosphere is not quite right. The music is too loud and does not fit in with lunch time. Considering that many of the people who go there work at Georgia Tech, I think they would realize that people don't want to get into a trance when they go to lunch. For Thai food quality, I think it is above average but nothing too special.
An incredible selection of very fine wine. The prices are a little prohibitive but you will not be dissapointed. The food is faultless and the service is commendable. An ellegant place with out the pretetiousness found across the street.