by Jonathan C. on
My partner and I had dinner here last night and were pretty impressed. We parked on the street a block away, which wasn't an issue. Walking in, the popularity of the place was evident as the bar was hopping. The set up is a little strange, as you just wait for the host to notice you by the door. Space is tight, so I guess there's no space for a host stand. Decor is chic and understated, neat glossy on flat paint techniques. We had a little corner which was cozy. Our server was nice, but not overly so. Ordered some great little cocktails, loved the glasses. Appetizer of tuna tartar had some interesting presentation. We ordered a side of mac and cheese and gnocci, both delicious. I had the salmon, which came with a citrus topping that was great. Dessert was a little selection of 3 flavors of panacotta - chocolate was phenomenal! After dessert it took a while to get the check, which would be my only complaint. Overall, an intimate,classy, authentic place that Atlanta could use more of.
by Nate M. on
Do suites have stairs? They shouldn't. I was walking down the stairs and I accidentally missed one. The bouncer at the bottom thought I was drunk or something. Opened up some secret side door and pushed me through it. Like that, BOOM, I was outside. Buzzkill.
by Rachell Mordehay on
This review is for dinner. The food here is surpisingly good. We got a reservation for a Friday night an hour before we wanted to dine there. When we got there, the place was pretty empty. I was kinda freaked because I thought maybe that meant the food sucked. But it was good!! I ordered a chicken dish and it was tender and flavored nicely. It also came with some yummy gourmet onion ring thingies on top....mmm! Dessert was creme brulee...also good, but nothing spectacular. I would go back again.