3393 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30326
Phone: (404) 812-0225
Fax: (404) 812-0225
Cuisines: Japanese, Asian, Sushi, Steakhouse
The ONLY reason I am rating this place as a one star is because I had to. We went to Prime over graduation weekend, Saturday before Mothers'Day. We were a party of 6 with one minor. As our waiter sat us, he explained they required ID'S for us to have alcohol served. Fine, of the 5 adults,4 of us had our wallets on us except for my husband who just happened to forget his wallet in the car. Mind you, my husband does not look 21 and we were buying a WHOLE bottle. But oh no, rules are rules and they could care less if we parked about 3 miles away, we still needed to show ID for the full bearded guy who was clearly not under 21. I have been to MANY fine dining restaurants from Miami to international destinations, you name it, and this was the first I.was hearing of such rule. To top it off, the manager walked up to us and pretty much asked us to leave. Needless to.say, we left the restaurant hungry and frustrated. i wouldn't wish tjis place on my free my even if they had iD!!.
02/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Well I've been eating at Prime for about eight years now so I guess I can write a review. This is my favorite place to eat in Atlanta. I love the location. As a single woman, sometimes I'm out shopping by myself and I can just stop by and have a great meal, lunch or dinner, by myself. The staff here is so nice to me. The drinks are great. I don't think there's anthing on the menu I haven't had, but I usually stick to the sushi, that's just my favorite. Oysters, steak, chicken, there's something for everyone, so I always feel comfortable asking friends to meet me here. The dining room is gorgeous but I can also sit in the outside area for a more spacious feel. I've been here by myself, with friends, on dates, it's perfect for all occasions. Love love love Prime.
12/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have to several of the top, prime Atlanta steakhouses and tonight was my first trip to ""Prime"" located on the second floor of Lenox Mall. If you are looking for intimate and romantic steakhouse, then Prime is not your place. It is an upscale, but casual dining room that provides a terrific atmosphere. The service was fantastic and speedy, unlike a few other places I have recently been to. The steak ranks right up there with the best in Atlanta comparing to Bones, NY Prime, and Chops. Sides were large and delicious. Overall, a great experience at an average Prime steakhouse price.
10/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Dined at Prime October 15, 2008. Stayed nearby and made a reservation, based on the recommendation of a man I met in Sarasota, FL. Surprised, and delighted to find sushi offerings on the menu. My girlfriend ordered a bone-in ribeye. Perhaps not the best meal ever, but everything was good. Nice view, and table, good selection of wines and martinis, attention from the waitstaff, and good food. Will I go again? Yes, and knowing Atlanta there are other choices to make too.
04/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Prime is located inside Lenox Mall, so after shopping with a buddy of mine we both decided to go to Prime since we both wanted sushi. This place is alright I must say. Nothing too spectacular. The sushi seemed to taste pretty blan, and our service was decent. It didn't seem like we got much attention though because the friend and I were younger than most people in there, and we looked as if we just jumped off a school bus or something. Well... who really goes to the mall to eat all the time anyway?!
02/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I went here for the 1/2 price steak special during the week and also had a salad and a side of 6 oysters. Obviously this place isnt known for their oysters as they had 1 type to choose from. Out of the 6, there was 1 of adequate size and the rest, well lets just say the other oysters must not of ate their wheaties. But the salad was good and the steak was at least average. For 1/2 price a great deal. Just avoid the oysters. On a Friday at 6PM the bar was packed with people.
I'll definitely go back again for the 1/2 steaks and maybe try some sushi.
02/21/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I've actually only been to Prime a couple of times on a day other than Sunday, and it has been great, but a little pricey for what you get. On Sundays, though, if you get there and place your order before 6:15 (or something like that), your steak is half-priced and the sushi is $1/piece. It's a great deal for some really good steak and sushi. The filet is excellent.
12/06/2006Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I decided to try Prime during their happy hour special. I have been dragged to a few steak houses in this city for company dinners and Prime is by far the best. The staff was friendly and helpful and the manager even came over to see how we were. The steak was cooked perfectly and didn't require any other sauces to help it out. I would definately come here again. The best time to come is for Happy hour since the steaks are half off. Nice for people who are on a budget, but still want to experience excellent food.
10/26/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The Prime Place to take a break from shopping at Lenox Mall and dine on fresh seafood. My friends from Minneapolis always make it a point to shop at Crate & Barrel and end the day dining at Prime.
Our favorite dish is the Sea Bass in Miso Broth w/Ravioli. The restaurant also serves steaks and sushi fare. So the next time you're at Lenox, be sure to stop by, you'll be pleased!
03/08/2006Provided by Citysearch -
i recently dined at Prime on Valentines Day with my wife after not having been in quite some time and was amazed by the offerings for specials that evening. I usually go for the tradtional fare of sushi and a delicious filet but the specials that nite were such a suprise i had to have one of them, a dish of seared scallops topped with foie grois and a delightful plum sauce - i was speechless, the flavors were amazing
my wife and also shared the beet salad and it too was wonderful.
we were told there was a new head chef and we will be back more often to see what he comes up with and are looking forward to some changes in the menu too
might breath a little life into one of our favorite Atlanta restaurants