Sage Woodfire Tavern Perimeter
4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30346
Phone: (404) 520-2176
MobilePhone: (404) 520-2176
Sage Woodfire Perimeter
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, American, Take Out, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, European, Seafood, Continental, Bar & Grills, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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01/11/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Wow... what can I say? My family and I visited Sage for my wife's' birthday. Based on past experiences we thought we were in for a treat, but much to our surprise we were greatly disappointed. Apparently we were graced by the presence of the owner and his younger intoxicated dates, who appeared to be half his age. I must say that my family and I were very uncomfortable. He generally appears to have much more class, but on this particular night he was very bizarre. The Owner and his ""dates"" were obnoxious, causing a seen, and spilling drinks. It was quite obvious they were under the influence of something besides alcohol. I understand a good time, and feel this would be appropriate in another setting, certainly not in the restuarant that you own. I couldn't even focus on my family's occassion! Needless to say I will not be back, if I want to see Joe Pesci on dope I'll rent Casino.
08/03/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Went there last night with my husband and had a great time. From the minute you walk in they took incredible care of us, from the hostess to the waiter, the manager even came by and said hello and asked how we were doing. The food was delicious and we will definitely be going back soon, LOVED IT!!
01/05/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have been here a few times over the past 2 months and every time enjoyed myself to the fullest. The food and service is always great. I had some friends come into town over the holidays and thought it was a great place to bring them and they loved it. Great food and atmosphere. Looking forward to going again!
01/04/2011Provided by Citysearch -
After having such a great experience in November with their sister restaurant in Alpharetta I decided to venture down to Perimeter. Again I received excellent service and the food was delicious! Sage has definitely has won my vote on best place to Dine in Atlanta. Thanks Sage for another great evening.
11/18/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Everyone reading this should give Sage a try. My wife turned me on to it after her, friends and co-workers enjoyed if for over a year. We recently moved into the area and now I'm a fan. The chicken dishes and pastas are incredible and the decor is beyond what I have experienced at other spots. The wood fire cooking process does make a difference. In the bar area, they have these BLUE lighted high tables and a really cool look for those who want a break from the typical. Great spot.
11/04/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Here is my advice: Go here for drinks and appetizers. Do not go for dinner!
The martinis are good although alittle frilly, that is the norm now a days. They have a tapas menu that is better than most. The Braised short ribs are the best thing they make by far, The BBQ pulled pork sliders, thai chicken skewers, and crab cake are all good. Calamari, bacon wrapped shrimp, and shrimp and grits sound good but are sub par.
I've had dinner there once and it was amateur at best. I had a scallops, mac and cheese, and asparagus. I wouldn't recommend any of these things. Our food took about 30-35 minutes to come out, and the restaurant wasn't even on a wait. The server was a cocktail waitress that had no idea what was on the menu and had to go ask others for the answers to our questions. She was very attractive but not much upstairs. She didn't come to check on us until we were almost finished.
Again, I've been to the bar several times and usually get decent srvice there. But, if the guitar player is there just leave and go somewhere else. It is so loud you can't think.
07/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My first experience at this restaurant was for a business lunch. Everyone at my table was pleased with their selections and it was a good experience. I returned for a dinner, and had a very negative experience, and I will not be returning again. My party of 5 sat on the patio, and the service was terrible from the beginning. It took over 15 minutes for a waitress to greet us. Another 15 minutes to have our drinks delivered. Another 15 minutes to place our order, forever for our food to come out, etc. I dine out a lot and usually would not knock a restuarant for one bad server, however we spoke to the manager just to let him know that our service was terribly slow, and instead of apologizing, he tried to question our honesty about how slow the service really was. Drinks, salads, and entrees took over 2 hours, and we were seated at 9pm on a Sunday night, and the place was almost empty. With a manager who is not concerned about the guest experience, I do not expect this place to stay open long. I did give this place 2 stars because the food is good (not great) and provides adequate portions for the cost. Go next door to Eclipse di Luna for great food and great service!