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Parish Foods And Goods
PARISH: The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café
The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish
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Cuisines: Southern, Family Style, American, European, Seafood, Continental, Cajun & Creole
Price Range : Average
After skating the beltline one night we popped in the upstairs portion of Parish for a drink without realizing they were about to close. Our bartender, Calvin, welcomed us anyways. He recommended beers and appetizers and made us feel at home. I highly recommend the asparagus!
I keep trying this place - the location and design are just too amazing. But the food is always meh and the waiters are just OK and the noise is so loud we can't hear even when sitting side by side.
Not reviewing the upstairs restaurant here, but rather the downstairs market/cafe. Love this space, the various comfy seating spaces (and the huge communal table). Come here for coffee, breakfast, lunch dinner, snacks, to hang out - whatever. The atmosphere is great. You can order off their cafe menu. Literally right on the Beltline - there's a bike rack - park your bike and come on in. It's also a perfect space for a party or special event (they rent out the downstairs and cater).
04/20/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I ordered the TV dinner, and it was served on a plastic lunch tray. Okay, I get the joke, but it was the most unpleasant experience ever. If the food was good, it immediately messed up the flavors in my mouth. It was salmon croquette, which wasn't fresh, so before I was finished eating my stomach started hurting. The cucumber vinaigrette tasted awful, a funky aftertaste from again, old vinaigrette that's been sitting on the fridge. My mother got the blackened new york strip, with so much red pepper if really took away from enjoying the entire dish. I was so disappointed, it was my mum's bday, and I really wanted it to be special The food was so mediocre, I will not be back. Bill was pretty steep for the quality we got. Good points: service was good, they also brought out a birthday desert.
12/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I enjoy ordering breakfast on the weekends, but sometimes the potatoes are stale and vinegary... the biscuits can be hard and the bacon was sparse... But when its good, its great and delicious... just need to be more consistent, but ill still order... i have faith!!!
10/05/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Looking for another Brunch/Breakfast option, you must go and checkout Parish foods and goods, it?s a quaint, cute, New Orleans styled, restaurant. Upstairs is cozy, beautifully decorated, downstairs, a market/deli and outdoor seating. My dining guest and I decided to avoid the long lines at some of our favorite breakfast spots(no names mentioned) and try something brand new.(well, new to us) Parish is tucked away in my favorite and former neighborhood, Inman Park. We decided on brunch, I had ?Bella?s Omelette? stuffed with mushrooms, spinach, sharp cheddar, on the side?ummm?. ummm, good, grits(I was pleasantly surprised, I don?t usually eat grits, these were buttery, creamy, delicious) my dining guest agreed. My dining guest, feasted on ?Eggs Boudreaux?, Louisiana crab cake, egg, andouille sausage, spiked creole sauce, with a side of pontalba hash(potatoes), which we both thought was not very tasty. All guests receive complimentary beignets, now those were so good, we ate too many.(LOL) Be sure to checkout the market filled with Serenbe Farms goodies.(Serenbe Farms is a local farm and community that focuses on going green and organic farming, living) Bring your laptop with you there?s free wi-fi, sit outdoors, relax, chill, grab a bite to eat.
Call me, I?ll meet you there! (reviewed, Oct 4, 09)
09/17/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Just why can people get away with this slow service and poor quality at such high prices in this economy?
I will not go back. Guess they don't care based on all of the poor reviews and yet the place is still busy. Sad that Atlanta is such a superficial spot. I am from Boston and Ny , where food rules, not pretense.
Please find me some great local places with good food, reasonable prices and service.Not interested in the take a number or the high end, something fun in the middle to go to a few times a week.