Slow spotty service. Drinks took 30 minutes when restaurant was not full. Biscuits came out cold and crumbly. One in our party sent back her cold omelette. Overall poor experience especially for the price. I won't return.
5. Seasons 52
90 Perimeter Center WDunwoody, GA 30346
So the food is OK, but the bar is awesome. Gerald is the man, very nice and knows his mixology. Good ambience especially when Michael is there on pi…
4501 Olde Perimeter WayAtlanta, GA 30346
From Business: Since the first Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar opened in 1998, we've raised the standard of excellence for steakhouses to a whole new level, winning awards…
26. Cafe 290
If you want to hear live jazz,have a good meal,and enjoy meeting good people of atlanta,here is your spot. I first went to Cafe 290 in 1997 and had …
1317 Dunwoody Village Pkwy # 101Atlanta, GA 30338
From Business: First Watch is an award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch favorite that specializes in both traditional and innovative creations all freshly prepared to order.
Wow!!! The food is amazing here. The service was attentive and our server gave great recommendations. Big shout out to the general manager - John - who ensured everything was going well. My favorites were the COCKTAILS - everything was yummy - from their variation of the Moscow mule to their.....well just ask for the cocktail that is served in a pineapple.One of my favorite dishes were the heirloom tomato salad with the pesto....yummy!I did not want to leave and I left satisfied and FULL.I will definitely be back.
Tupelo Honey Cafe is a great place to get some great southern cuisine. The fried chicken and biscuits are everything! Other favorites are the fried green tomatoes and okra! Yum! If your looking for cocktails, they have you covered with fantastic happy hours deals to go along with their great selection. The customer service is always on point as well.
Popped in for a beer and snack at the bar. Easily the best, most interesting beer program in the area! LOTS of local drafts (not just 420 and Tropicalia). I think I counted 4 Wicked Weed tap handles! Yeah, okay, Tupelo is based out of Asheville, but that clearly shows an understanding of great brews.Food was great too--loved the wings and fried green tomatoes. Bartenders were very knowledgeable. We can't wait to come back for brunch!
Not sure what some of the negative comments on here about--this place is AWESOME!!! We were A.) Seated quickly B.) It wasn't loud C.) Service was top notch (almost over-the-top pleasant D.) Food came out quick and it was hot, fresh, and freaking delicious. Maybe some people are too hard on new restaurants or quick to create a Yelp account to post their haterness, but I don't get it.We did the chicken tower Sunday night, and, yeah I agree with the manager (?) in the Hawaiian shirt--it WAS some of the best fried chicken we've ever had. The skin was slightly sweet, which we found out later was HONEY DUST--I don't even know what that is (so take that wannabee Yelp-foodies!) The collards were amazing and they don't skimp on the pork in them. And potato crackins'. MMMMM! Basically a french frie/home frie hybrid topped with parm and parsley (I guess the foodies are looking for some truffle oil--pfft!)All in all, a great experience not to be missed!
Just yes. Yes to the shrimp n grits, yes to the sweet potato pancake, yes to the craft cocktails and beer, yes to the great service, yes to the friendly staff, yes to manager John who came by and chatted with us. Anytime anyone wants to go, my answer will be YES! Take some biscuits home!
Wow. Just wow. Been to the original in Asheville, and they really bring the mountains to atlanta. Crazy awesome decor, friendly staff, and the Fried Chicken tower is stupendous! Everything we had was delicious, and we will be back again and again!
Great lunch menu with lots of variety! Chicken BLT is easily one of the best fried chicken sandwiches I've ever had. Great, extensive beer list too.
Now this is what I call Southern cooking! It's Mountain South to be exact. The menu is flawless! The worst of my experience was finding an entree and room for more food. I found most items to be somewhat affordable for its creativity, and there are no ridiculously high a la carte sides. The waitress was attentive and recognized the menu. She was prompt with the greeting, delivering the complimentary biscuits (good but sort of dry) w/ compote & honey (love), and placing the order. The bar is full of unique drafts and craft beers; I was able to sample a few drinks (without judgment) before buying which was pleasing. Fortunately, I didn't wait long to be seated and for my meal. I tasted a number of small plates and an entree, and it was all fresh, hot, and tasty. If you're Southern bred, you know scratch-made when you taste it. My only problem here is being stuck between grandma's Sunday dinner and the Tupelo's supper plates. Decisions, decisions.
Tupelo Honey Cafe never disappoints! Mind you, there are tons of people clamoring to get in the doors, so you might have a wait, but IT'S WORTH IT! The biscuits are incredible, the Shoo Mercy Pancake is stupendous, and don't miss out on the Fried Chicken on Wednesdays and Sundays! BEST FRIED CHICKEN EVER! Service is super friendly, and the management is awesome! John and Heather are great! New favorite spot in Sandy Springs!