229 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 222-0808Add Hours
Phone: (404) 222-0657
Fax: (404) 222-0657
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Fine Dining, Mediterranean, Family Style, Take Out, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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a local warned me that locals did not eat here, but we had a coupon from restaurants.com, so we went. We gave our waiter the coupon before we ordered, and when the bill came, the manager would not honor it. Now why didn't they tell me that before we ordered? The coupon is good for a year, but they had decided not to participate two months before, and would not do anything for us, not even a free dessert. Speaking of dessert, it was $9.00 and the custard was old and tasted like the fridge. The meat sauce was too spicey and we couuld not eat it. Then when we split the bill, they added a 20% gratuity! They said it was their policy on all split checks. After that, our waiter, having his 20% tip, abandoned us, and we had to chase him down for drink refills. My drink was weak, and honestly, buy Bertolli at the grocery store and save the $97.00 we spent, and we still had to go to another restaurant to eat.
09/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have been going to Azio's for years- every time I come to Atlanta, so probably 10 times. Have always loved the food and ambience, although I don't much like their current decorated style. Menu rather limited, food that we ordered good to very good.
Recently, I showed up with an online Restaurant $25 certificate, redeemable with a $50 purchase, not including liquor. Our tab was over $100. Gave my certificate to the server with the check and the manager declined it. He said he ""called three times for authorization"". Both of us thought he was lying.
Reported incident to the online Restaurant company and they immediately emailed to me that it should have been honored and issued me a credit to apply towards another restaurant. They also informed me that Azio's had not called them to be removed from their list and that the manager should have honored it.
I have recommended Azio's to dozens of people over the years. I would think that the management would be bending over backwards to keep their patrons happy. I now realize why, on a Thursday night with a convention in town, there were lots of empty tables.