1 Cnn Ctr NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 584-5132
Parking: Lot, Free
Price Range : Average
Good for Kids: Yes
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07/20/2010Provided by Citysearch -
One of the best in Atlanta to stop by... I was just strolling around downtown and I remember a friend told me that your branch has opened already... I just can’t help but check it out. The food was great and the service was very good as well. Thank you for the experience!
07/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
A colleague suggested this place, so we went ahead and tried it. We were delighted by the quality of food and service they have. The food was defnitely remarkable. I enjoyed it a lot. The staff was very accomodating too. We had an incredible time eating a Dantanna's.
05/31/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Had a great experience a while dining there, our bartender Kelly was phenomenal! I am a bit of a picky eater and ordered the Club with a few changes, but the chef was more than willing to work with them and the sandwich was fantastic! Definitely a place I will be going back to over and over! Can't wait to see Kelly again.
05/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I haven't been downtown for a while since I live outside the perimeter. I was so surprised to find out that Dantanna's had a second location there. We were at the Aquarium and asked where we should go and we were told have you ever been to Dantanna's, immediately I told my wife let's go. We had such a great experience. It is great to see that growth has not taken away from the great food and environment that you get when you go to there establishments. If you are in the area or live close by this is one you don""t want to miss.
05/27/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I've been waiting for a great steak place to open downtown for a while now and Dantannas at CNN center is it. I stopped in to watch the Penguins sweep the Hurricanes and had an amazing bone in NY strip. My wife had the pork chop and I almost regretted not choosing it....almost. Mandi and Sean were our bartenders at the bar and they were the greatest. I think I've found my new dinner spot!
05/06/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We went to Dantanna's for a pre-game meal before watching the Hawks advance to the second round and had such a good time that we ended up there after the game as well. We were expecting a sports bar but this place offers a lot more than we expected. Great scene, perfect TV viewing from just about everywhere, huge patio, awesome food and easy walk from Philips arena. Only drawback was the packed crowd after the game, but after the big win, we should have expected it. I work in midtown and plan on coming back to check out the lunch scene – I noticed they’re offering $10 lunches including a drink so that seems worth trying. I wish they’d put one of these up in the north burbs!
04/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I went to the new Dantanna's before a Thrashers hockey game a few weeks ago and definitely have to say it is a great place to go for drinks/dinner before a game at Philips Arena or Ga Dome......
Love all the TVs and the food is delicious- not your average sports bar menu! Their steak is the bomb Definitely recommend!
CNN reporters & producers cherry pick which human rights are important & which ones are ignored based on their corporate bottom line. They pit one human rights
agency & worker against another.
Illustrative of this is their reporting on a mall shooting on Dec. 6th 2007. A female reporter
egged on a psychologist in an interview to advise affirmatively that family members should force any person into a mental health facility if they think it's needed. That was independent of this particular event.
CNN encouraged widespread human rights abuse. As an agency that reports on worldwide events, it should be known to them that families around the world sell their children into prostitution and slavery. Greed by families is so well known as an abuse all over
Principles for the protection of persons with mental illness & the improvement of mental health care Adopted by GA Res 46/119 of 17 December 1991 warns against reliance on statements by family in several instances including:3. Family or professional conflict, or non-conformity with moral, social, cultural or political values or religious beliefs prevailing in a person's community, shall never be a determining factor in diagnosing mental illness.
Mr. SCHIFTER (U.S.)(U.N.Doc. E/CN.4/1982/SR.30 page 4) "said that his delegation joined the consensus on draft resolution...because the protection of persons detained on grounds of mental health raised problems in all countries,including his own..." Note he chastised the work of this commission because it passed over in "silence: first, the need for all States to take appropriate measures to prevent the possibility
of infringement of the rights of individuals and groups through misuse of scientific & technological developments, in particular with regard to respect for privacy & the protection of the human personality & its physical & intellectual integrity; secondly, the need for States to take every necessary measure to ensure that the utilization of scientific & technological achievements promoted the fullest realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms."
Sir Anthony Williams (U.K.)(U.N.Doc E/CN.4/1986/SR.21, page 4, para 14&) "17. Another issue of particular concern to his Govt was the abuse of psychiatry & of medical treatment with respect to persons detained on non-medical grounds...The Sub- Commission report on the subject...which left no doubt about the seriousness of the issue, reached some horrifying conclusions regarding the practices employed. It was imperative to establish without delay guidelines which would deter further occurrence of such practices..."
Mr. Mezzalama (Observer for Italy) (U.N.Doc.E/CN.4/1986/SR.21 pg 8, para 42)...The cinema, television, tape recorders, & listening devices could become ways & means of intruding upon the privacy of individuals & violating their psychic integrity, freedom & intellectual autonomy...Guidelines such as those on theprotection of persons detained on the grounds of mental ill-health...and in the field of computerized personal files...represented clearly-defined and well adapted material upon which States could draw.
Mr. Rajkumar (Pax Romana) (U.N. Doc. E/CN.4/1983/SR.31 page 6, paragraph 25) "As to information and communication technologies the accumulation and selective use of information could lead to an accumulation of power, in both the private and public domains. The study on guidelines in the field of computerized personal files was still awaited, but the Commission should be aware of the use of electronic mass media, including
the various types of satellite already in operation, and the many forms of surveillance equipment now available, including some for individual behavioral control."