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As our first location to open in the South, in February 2006, the Atlantic Station Rosa Mexicano combines Rosa’s trademark authentic Mexican cuisine and stylish, festive atmosphere with Atlanta’s southern hospitality to offer a unique dining experience. Inside, a dramatic 18-foot high water wall with miniature white Acapulco divers is the eye-catching centerpiece of the 200-seat restaurant, which also features a lounge area and private dining that accommodates up to 70 guests. With its bright colors, Mexican artwork and fabulous food, all are sure to enjoy the style and tastes that are solely Rosa Mexicano.

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Phone: (404) 347-4009

Phone: (404) 249-7313

Primary Phone: (404) 249-7313

Fax: (404) 347-4009

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Atlantic Station
Northeast Atlanta, Atlantic Station

Rosa Mexicano Restaurant

Rosa Mexicano At Atlantic Station

Rosa Mexicano - Atlanta

Restaurants, Mexican Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Garage

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Cuisines: Mexican, Latin American

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average


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Jehan P.



I've been here for dinner a long time ago and enjoyed it. It's located right off the courtyard in Atlantic Station. I love the tableside guacamole and the margaritas!




Food is okay. Nice atmosphere. No hat rule is ridiculous. Too pricey for what you get.



Provided by Citysearch - 

Came here for some chips and queso and margaritas. I've had the food at Rosa but in New York and wasn't impressed at all. Very bland enchiladas. Chips are your run of the mill chips, but the Queso is like you took a brick of cheese and put it in the microwave. It's actually chewy. And after a few bites it's like a brick of cheese is sitting in your stomach. You can't dip a chip, you have to actually kind of cut a piece of it to put on your chip. Weird.

You're totally paying to be seen there, which I don't really understand either. This place is not that nice.



Provided by Citysearch - 
A complete rip-off

This was just a horrible lunch experience. The food is way-y-y overpriced for the quality and taste. I advise anyone looking for good authentic food to please stay away from this disgraceful place of a mexican restaurant.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Very Refreshing Mexican Dining Experience

I had the pleasure of going to this restaurant for lunch. You must get the Guacamole appetizer that is freshly made right at your table and served with freshly made corn tortillas. It is worth every cent. This isn't your typical cheap Mexican place. It costs more than a typical Mexican restaurant, but it is worth every cent in my opinion. The food is well prepared and very fresh. The service is professional and excellent. The entrees were great. The small details like the corn tortillas, black beans, margueritas, etc. were extremely fresh and much better than any other Mexican place that I've been to in ATL. The margueritas were strong and they didn't use that cheap marguerita mix junk. I highly recommend Rosa Mexicano if you are seeking a refreshing change from typical Mexican dining.



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A Great Surprise!

I am a big fan of cheap yet amazing mexican food and the city has many places that keep me satisfied. So I've stayed away from this higher priced spot for a long time, until now. I needed a spot close by for a movie, so I finally decided to try it. They sat us promptly (had reservation) and our server was very nice. My date and I both ordered the pomegranate margarita- he liked it, I thought it tasted a bit bland. Now I am in college, so most liquor gets an okay from me, but I had to send this back. Our waiter looked at me like I was crazy, but I still had him bring me something else. He redeemed himself when he suggested his favorites, the Tablones and the Salmon en Manchamanteles. My date had the former and I had the salmon. Both were FABULOUS. Both dishes were perfectly cooked and had a melt in your mouth texture. The portions were large, hence we skipped apps and dessert, but we were both fully satisfied, and quite impressed. We will definitely be back, simply for the great food that really is on a different level than the other mexican restaurants I frequent.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Over rated, overpriced, its just okay

Nothing special. $12 guac made with 1 avocado, menu not very large or varied. it was okay. I prob would not go back. i could take it or leave it. Much better places around atl.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Very expensive for the food they serve

Went to Rosa for the first time yesterday. The guacamole prepared at the table side was great. But the good food ended there. Also, the guacamole was a bit overpriced at 12$. For the entrees we had peppers stuffed with goat cheese, mushrooms and spinach, and two soft tortillas stuffed with spinach and mushrooms. Both dishes were served in a bed of mexican tomato sauce. What really got to me was not that the food was mediocre (which it definitely was) but that we were paying a heck of a lot of money for it. The entrees were about 15$ each.
The spinach in both the dishes was too dense and under cooked. The stuffed peppers were too hot and not adequately compensated for by the flavors of the stuffing. The tomato sauce was the only redeeming factor. I pretty much dunked every morsel in the sauce.

The pomegranate margaritas were good, but really, when one goes to restaurants such as this one, you expect good food, not great cocktails.

Many of the smaller , less fancy mexican restaurants in Atlanta serve far better food, and more importantly purse friendly food.

Its possible that their meat based dishes are better, but then again an upscale restaurant cannot throw in vegetarian dishes into their menu purely as an after thought.

I would have considered going back there, if the prices were reasonable.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Worst Restaurant Experience EVER

I frequent Atlantic Station often but never tried Rosa's. So last night a friend and I decided to try something new...BAD DECISION. The fact that I payed $18 on flavorless chicken enchilladas comprised of 3 flour tortillas about the size of a saucer and dark chicken cheese, no rice, not even lettuce (however, they tried to compensate for the lack of flavor by dousing the ""enchilladas"" with a disgusting green creamy cheese sauce) is ridiculous! I could have went to Moe's and gotten WAY more for $6. The decor is nice, the staff is friendly and helpful, but the FOOD IS HORRIBLE. Maybe I should have chosen something else on the menu, but I would have to PAY EXTRA FOR ANY SUBSTITUTION. Maybe my expectations were just too high...



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Has a bad rap.

I think this place has a bad rap, maybe because it''s Atlantic Station, but I've been here several times, and always had a great time. Is it Tex-Mex? No. Is it a restaurant that trying to find it's niche in a difficult city. Yes. The margarita's are strong and tasty. The food is different, but really really good. I've tried something different every time I've gone and overall really enjoyed all of it. I've had the salmon dish, and the steak taco's and the CEVICHE!!! It's to die for. So, bottom line, it's not for everyone, but try it and decide for yourself instead of listening to everyone else.

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