This is the best Italian food in Sandy Springs period. It is s must try for all and you will be impressed. Great quality , service and atmosphere. Fresh baked bread and one of a kind salad dressing!
This restaurant is perfect for a first date. The wine list is extensive and the staff is really interested in helping you find something you like without trying to up charge. That being said, they still have pretty pricey wine. Every single bottle on their menu you can get by the glass, even the $500 dollar bottles. They have an air filtration system that keeps the wines fresh without letting the oxygen touch them. This information was all given to me by a very friendly and helpful waiter. On to the atmosphere. This restaurant is very urban chic. It has exposed ceilings but the booths are actually plush couches that feels like you are lounging on them. The lighting is perfect. Dark enough to be intimate but light enough to see what you're eating. On to the food. Our food was delicious. I tried the Orecchiette pasta. Now it takes something special for me to like a dish if it contains onions. This one did. And it was so worth me picking through them. I even took what I couldn't eat home. My boyfriend got the short rib ravioli which was awesome, and we decided we'd agree to disagree on who's was better. The single complaint I had was that the bread came out cold and not fresh baked. The olive oil to dip it in was a nice touch though.
I love the atmosphere of Fritti and it's what keeps me coming back - always great fun and showing lots of international sporting events. The pizza, however, has always been "eh" to me - I'm just not a fan of their sauce or the way the cheese falls off when you take a bite - would rather go to Ammazza nearby. It's a good place for big groups, but maybe consider ordering one of their other options!
We are regular customers here. The food is consistently good. The service this time was less than mediocre. Our drinks were never refilled. We were not offered dessert options. We will return. I recommend the gnocchi with spicy sausage. My husband enjoyed his pumpkin ravioli. Parking is a nightmare. Park at the mall.
I attended a wine dinner here. They had live music, an amazing cocktail hour and delicious authentic food from their Regional Menu. The passed hors d'oeuvres were delicious, especially the grilled octopus. The service was perfect and the crowd was fun and lively. They serve the regional menu itself, all month long. I'd stop by to try it again!
Horrible service ordered a large pepperoni to go was told it would be a 20 min. Wait so I asked for a cup of ice since I was going to wait in the car and drink my bottle of water. I was told it would cost $1.08 when I questioned the cost I was told to read the aign. Lady was very rude so I pointed out if someone purchases a pizza and has a 20 min. Wait it is the least they can do. First and last time I will visit and my husband and his co workers will no longer frequent this place daily for lunch. Bad business
Dolce has great ambiance whether you sit at the bar, a table or outside where you can take in the gorgeous view of Buckhead. Ive only stopped in for cocktails and small bites and I highly recommend you try the VIP pizza. It isn't listed on the menu but trust me ask your server for it and they will know exactly what you're talking about.
Noni's is located in the heart of Edgewood. Edgewood can sometimes look a little "EdgeHood" but don't let that keep you away from Noni's!Noni's has a menu full of the best Italian comfort foods and an amazing beer on tap selection. I'm in love with their Veggie Muff and Noni's Garlic Fries!Beside the great food, they also have a DJ that spins wicked tunes around 10pm. I've ate, guzzled beer and had a dance party many times at Noni's! Please mind that parking scarce and sketchy. I would highly suggest carpooling or taking a cab.
Whenever I want a hearty meal, this is the place to go. When the house salad is good, you know you have a winner for a restaurant. The chicken (for multiple dishes) is tender and flavorful, and the pasta is out of the world. Also, they now have a waitress, so make sure to bring cash to tip her (at the time of my visit, they didn't split the tips with her at the register).
Love, love, love this place! Located at Phipps Plaza, the bar and patio scene is fantastic here! Even though it's an upscale, white-table-cloth steakhouse, the bartenders know your name here and the service is very friendly. My favorite thing to do is sit at the bar (or on the patio by the fire pit, if it's nice out) and get cocktails and appetizers. More info here: http://bellyofthefeast.blogspot.com/2010/10/davios.html