Great pancakes and breakfast at a reasonable price with huge portions and something for everyone! The menu is HUGE and you can combine different things to make the perfect breakfast. My favorite is the buckwheat pancakes and then I add strawberries. They’re famous for the Dutch Baby which you have to at least try once (great for groups). Their omelets are large and filling, if you’re hungry. And they also have wonderful crepes if you’re looking for something lighter. OPH is a national chain and each location has a different feel. This Cheshire Bridge location feels like an old diner with friendly, reliable wait staff that have been there for years. It has a classic, small town local feel in an urban area.
1675 Cumberland Pkwy SE Ste 417Smyrna, GA 30080
I used to go to J Christopher's at a different location. I was so happy when I moved back over to this side of town to see that there is a location …
16. Vinvie Bistro
2285 Peachtree Rd NEAtlanta, GA 30309
From Business: Vin Vie Bistro, offers classic French menu with a Steakhouse addition. Over 25 wines by the glass and great bottle selections. Patio with full service and a priva…
2321 Cheshire Bridge Rd NEAtlanta, GA 30324
Great pancakes and breakfast at a reasonable price with huge portions and something for everyone! The menu is HUGE and you can combine different th…
The Flying Biscuit is an Atlanta institution and it’s nice to see that it has still retained its initial character and charm as it has expanded over the years. The biscuits are fluffy, the apple butter jam is uniquely delish, and the food is as tasty as it is creative and hippie. One of my favorite things about this breakfast place is all of the healthy options that are available—for instance, you can skip the creamy dreamy grits and opt for a mixed greens side salad. Both are great options, depending on your mood. Flying Biscuit is family friendly and this W. Paces Ferry location always has great service and parking is stress-free due to the large parking lot. We love going there.
I took a friend here for his birthday and we both loved it. The service was great and I love the open "charcuterie kitchen" where you can watch the chefs prepare the meat and cheese boards. Some of my recommendations include the southern paella which had grouper, scallops, shrimp and mussels. It is not your traditional paella but great nonetheless. We also ordered the pork tenderloin which I felt the portion size was small for the price. The strawberry rhubarb was delicious as well as the chocolate pot creme topped with caramel popcorn. If you are looking for an intimate setting asked to be seated towards the back of the restaurant as it is open to the lobby and can get a little noisy.
I've tried this location many times and have just about given up. You usually know what you're getting with Waffle House but sometimes you find locations, like this one, that just don't seem to care that you are there. They are consistently slow to acknowledge you, slow to take your order, seem to be more interested in the conversation behind the counter than serving you efficiently and rarely take it upon themselves to check on you necessitating the need to always flag them down. Despite all that, the food is always good - I just wish they could get the service right.
Excellent breakfast with vegan optionsWent there last Monday morning after a red-eye from Los Angeles. I was pleasantly surprised by the range of options. I settled on the potatoes with tofu sauce and an espresso with soy milk, while my co-workers had more traditional fare including pancakes and grits. We all enjoyed the food, and friendly service.Great to see that there were a wide range of folks there from local hipsters to a couple of other business folks.Very much recommended.
I've been here for Sunday brunch a few times. I ordered the biscuit beignets--yummy! But now that I've had beignets in New Orleans, it doesn't feel quite the same :-(My entree of choice is usually the lobster and brie omelette. The wait can be long on Sundays, so be prepared. I appreciate the fact that they list nutritional info on their website, too. Not that it stops me from ordering what I typically order, but it's nice to know how badly I've fallen off my diet.
You have to try the jam served with their famous flying biscuit. I'm not sure there is anything like it :o) Although the jam is usually the highlight of my trip, I can't miss out on telling your about their french toast with raspberry marmalade. It is truly one of a kind & goes perfectly with their rosemary dusted hashbrown potatoes. There is a reason Flying Biscuit is a staple in Atlanta. We've never been disappointed.
The reviews here are very old, so probably there is now different servers & management. I'm a regular at this location and receive the best customer service here than any other IHOP I've been to. My orders are always correct. One time, I said I didn't like the soup & the manager gladly exchanged it for something else & charged me correctly.
Love, love, love this place! Amazing selection of high-quality cured meats and cheeses, awesome cocktails and tasty entrees. And dinner here won't break the bank. There's also a fantastic patio for primo midtown people watching. The restaurant is located inside the Loews hotel on Peachtree & 11th. More details here: http://bit.ly/1PEofKZ
You can literally eat alllll of the pancakes here (because there are so many types!), which I totally love. Portions are generous and you're likely to leave stuffed. There's something on the menu for everyone (I even saw my old co-worker who's celiac because they have gluten-free pancakes!).