999 Brady Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Wheelchair Accessible, Yes
Cuisines: Fine Dining, American
Alcohol: Full Bar, No
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
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Miller Union is a must do if you are over on the Westside. They specialize in farm to table dishes, and that's really where they excel: in the uncommon meats and cuts they really make shine. You are seriously doing yourself a disservice if you don't try their farm egg in celery cream appetizer. It's a MUST. I craved it for a solid month after trying it the first time. The server the last time we went seemed a little bored with our table, but it was during the holidays so maybe that's why? Overall food is great, service is good, and they have quite a few James Beard awards for dessert so make sure to try!
We had a great dinner with friends here recently and thought the entire experience was great. We all sampled each others dishes and 2 out of 4 were excellent.
This was one of the worst places to have lunch. The food was mediocre and the atmosphere was similar to eating on a park table. The quail was ok. One of my colleagues had the smoked trout and it looked like rubber. He did not like it. Don't waste the time or the effort going.
11/02/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Unfriendly staff, poor service, over priced small plates. i asked for my coffee and water to be refilled THREE times and I still NEVER got any. The food was only ok and a little over priced. The bread on my sandwich was so hard I couldn't bite into it.
I recently had the pleasure of dining with friends at Miller Union on a Saturday evening. This was Sat, Oct 30, the night before Halloween when it seemed that all of Atlanta was out-and-about. As we drove into the parking lot, I was grateful to see a valet on hand. A full parking lot is always a good sign at a restaurant, but the thought of negotiating the full lot to find a spot was overwhemling. We were seated immediately in a very cozy dining room just behind the bar. The wait staff was incredibly attentive (considering how busy the restaurant was) and knowlegable. Cocktails were ordered all-around. I have to suggest the cleverly named Miller Thyme cocktail, a gin drink with lemon and a thyme-infused simple syrup - very refreshing. I ordered a seasonal appetizer that was the special that evening, butternut squash with a roasted kale leaf and a shaving of parmesan on a slice of warm sourdough baguette. Unbelievable flavor combination. Of course I sampled everyone else's appetizer and highly recommend the farm egg in celery cream - amazingly rich and creamy. I chose the grilled GA mountain trout with creamed potatoes and a sprinkling of the most fantastic crumbled bacon that I have ever put in my mouth. The trout was very flavorful and beautifully cooked. I also tasted bites of my fellow diners' entrees including, the heritage pork chop and the griddled chicken. These dishes were also full of flavor and served alongside fresh, seasonal braised and roasted vegatables. The table shared 4 desserts: a plum crisp (just the right blend of sweet and tart combined with a crumbly topping), a gluten-free almond buckwheat cake (nice alternative), a terrific apple-pecan cake, and my personal favorite, a fudge brownie with homemade ice cream. Owners Chef Satterfield and Neal McCarthy took the time to stop by our table (and the tables of many other diners) to thank us for choosing Miller Union. Straightforward food prepared with an appreciation and respect for fresh, seasonal, high-quality ingredients. I cannot wait to go back.
I was deeply disappointed in my experience at Miller Union. While the food was the only good thing about my visit, the remainder left me sour to the whole experience. The staff seemed very snobby and wasn't friendly at all. They seemed to take offense to anything you questioned with the menu or overall setup of the restaurant. I was very taken back from the outset with the parking issue. They have a lot right in front of the restaurant, but you can't use that. They offer valet, but at a cost on top of the already high prices for food and drinks. With so many other great places to eat in Atlanta, even very near Miller Union, I'd say take a pass on this one.
01/18/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I thought this was a pretty nice dining experience. Went on Monday night and while it wasn't packed there was a fairly good sized crowd which tells you something. The ambience is nothing special but nicely done. The banquette in the dining room we were in was very comfy and the tables were well spaced. Service...very good. Menu is not lengthy but there should be something for everyone. For appetizers, the celery soup with egg was very good although it reminded one of breakfast food. The clams with bacon and onions was also tasty but not served with a spoon. Once that was provided I was able to get at all that yummy broth. Main courses, pork shoulder and risotto done to perfection. Dessert, the coconut cake was good but not really noteworthy but the rustic apple tart with cinnamon ice cream was. Before tip the total bill with two drinks and two glasses of wine came to less than $125 which I thought was more than fair. Give this place a shot, I think you'll enjoy it. I know we'll be going back soon.