Atlanta american traditional Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Atlanta american traditional restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Atlanta just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Atlanta, you've come to the right place.
Our Atlanta restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“Good food and service but not the best place if you want to take the kids out to eat. I suggest going there for a dinner or lunch date.” (01/01/2008)
“A fine breakfast/brunch place in a trendy neighborhood of Atlanta. Good eggs benedict, omelets, low-cal specialties. Friendly quick service. Parking behind restr.” (08/20/2007)
“Wouldn't eat here again if my life depended on it. Food was good, but the postive comments end there. A few of my friends and I decided to try Vortex to celebrate a birthday. The waiter was very sarcastic and rude when we asked about items on the menu. We asked for separate checks and we were told i... ” (12/27/2003)
“Excellent food! Excellent service. VERRRRRY expensive but worth it! Not for kids!” (07/24/2003)
“Great place for kids of all ages! The Hard Rock Cafe offers great burgers, salads and sandwiches for all appetites. I would recommend reservations if you have more than 20 people in your group and are wanting to attend when large conventions are in town. We waited 2 hours during the Lutheran Gath... ” (03/15/2000)
“My wife and I visited your restaurant 3/27/00 somewhere between 12:30 and 1:00 p.m. We waited for about 30 minutes, and then we were seated. We ordered our meals and waited maybe 10-15 minutes more. While engrossed in conversation with friends, the waiter delivered our meals. I must say that it was ... ” (01/20/2000)
“I have visited Hal's many times over the years and the quality of food and service never varies, always great! Sufficient wine list, good selection of after meal cigars, enjoyable but not intrusive piano player. Try any veal dish and you won't be disappointed. I'd put their creamed spinach against a... ” (10/26/1999)
“Excellent food!! I especially recommend the Flying Biscuit Breakfast (oven roasted rosemary potatoes, fresh turkey sage sausage, eggs, and a biscuit), and the Black Bean Quesadilla. They have food from healthy to decadent and all of it is good. Also try the Linzer cookies (raspberry) at their bak... ” (10/02/1999)
“We go here all the time for great brunch fare, blue-plate items, salads, and a fun atmosphere for kids. Wait times can be long on weekends, but its worth it. Service is always with a smile, even if sometimes a little rushed. ”