Nice neighborhood spot for breakfast and more. Great chicken salad. Kids love pancakes with whipped cream.
- General Info:
- Operational for more than 15 years, American Roadhouse is a friendly-style restaurant that serves guests in Virginia Highland in Georgia. The restaurant specializes in cooked-to-order dishes. It offers a variety of breakfast, lunch and brunch options. American Roadhouse s breakfast menu includes smoked salmon scramble, spinach wrap, French toast, shrimp and crab omelet, and blueberry and banana nut pancakes. The restaurant offers a selection of appetizers, including chili cheese fries, dusted shrimp boat, Maryland crab cakes, and chicken nachos and fingers. American Roadhouse also serves a range of seafood, burgers, beverages, soups and steaks. In addition, it provides catering services to clients.
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, master card, travelers checks, visa
- Northeast Atlanta, Virginia Highland
- Restaurants, American Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Caterers
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Soul, Burgers, Family Style, American, Bagels, Hot Dogs, Omelets
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Every time I eat here I always tell myself I need to stop in more often. The staff is super friendly and the food is always great. They've got all the breakfast/brunch standbys and everything I've had there has been delicious. Just like me, you'll be telling yourself to stop by more often after your next visit.
One of our favorite brunch destinations. Good selections and plenty of healthy alternatives. The pinball machine is always a hit while we wait.
Posted: 3/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Eaten here hundreds of times (literally) since I moved here in 96 and never had a bad meal. Very consistant and always great service\r <br>\r <br>Only negatives, they get busy and there is often a wait, also the parking situation isn't great.\r <br>\r <br>Bring back the Monte Cristo!
Posted: 11/7/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This used to be an awesome place for breakfast but the management must have instructed the kitchen to cut corners, it is no where close to what it used to be. A lot (well, actually every side dish) we ordered appeared to be pre-frozen and not very fresh. And a cup of coffee >$2 should not have grounds in it - ironically the free stuff in the waiting area was far superior.
Posted: 3/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
American Roadhouse was far better than I expected, with extremely reasonable prices and large (but not offensively large) portions. I'm not a huge breakfast person, but given the menu choices it was impossible to not find something I liked. The main breakfast entrees are in the $10 range and come with your choice of three (yes, three) sides. I had the Greek omelet, which was a fluffy mixture of spinach, tomatoes, and feta cheese, with a side of fresh fruit, whole wheat toast, and turkey bacon. The omelet was perfect with just enough spinach, tomatoes, and enough gooey feta to make it feel not quite so healthy, but not overly indulgent either. Other items ordered at the table included a Denver omelet (diced ham, peppers, onions, and cheddar cheese), with cheese grits, a buttermilk biscuit, and pancakes on the side. I LOVE pancakes, but usually find the restaurant variety to be somewhat bland. Not these. Oh, they were a sweet, fluffy, vanilla-tinged stack of joy. I love that the syrup is kept warm and not brought out until and unless you need it. Nothing ruins a warm stack of pancakes more than thick, room temperatures syrup. The syrup here is steaming hot and perfectly melts all the butter I feel obligated to schmear onto the pancakes. \r <br>\r <br>The place also offers a wide range of lunch entrees in additon to all the breakfast items, from salads to sandwiches to blue plate specials. They also serve beer, wine, and stay open on weekends until 4 AM (which is smart given its location smack dab in the middle of bar-heavy Virginia Highlands. I'll definitely be making a return trip or two.)
Posted: 5/7/2008Provided by Citysearch -
# Be conversational: Write it as if relaying your experience to a good friend.\r <br># Be specific: Generalities like ""lazy service"" or ""tasty pizza"" leave people wanting m