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4 star(s)
Great wings. Young staff.
Lonnie did a wonderful job cooking the ribs. They were moist and tender and the meat just fell off the bone. The baked beans soaked in rum were delicious. The music was "cut you to the bone" blues with John Lee Hooker, BB King, and that white boy, Stevie Ray Vaughn. Being a UGA graduate the "tec...
4 star(s)
Entradas, Calamari, Queso Abrigo and Scallops. Great Cuban Vaca Frita, just the right amount of lime & Pollo Tamales with verde salsa, rice beans. Just writing this makes me want to go for lunch tomorrow. Great Dinner, price just right! Chef and one of the Partners stopped by table to say hello, don...
The food is just ok, but the fun is absolutely great. A real value for a night out.
I picked up two lamb Shish Kabob meals at this Sandy Springs Roswell Road restaurant on a Sunday afternoon. They should have been honest and informed me that the meals would look and taste like leftovers sitting around a few days. The meat was tough, chewy, and dry. Yuck.
Wonderful Italian dining in the heart of Sandy Springs. The atmosphere is dead on with a walkway entrance, a bar to the left and dining area (has an area that can be used for business lunches). The waiter we had was so incredibly cordial and nice, all the way down to kissing the ladies hands as he w...
Excellent Restraunt to go out to!! Great for the kids (if you dont make alot of noise)!! I just love the garlic rolls!!!
Love this place, they have the best Chicken Parm!
excellent cuisine, friendly owner
Great food!
Yummy food at a great price! Several combos offered for $7.25. Falafel and hummous are delicious!
5 star(s)
Great Hot Dogs! We enjoyed the 40 item topping bar
4 star(s)
Great Food!
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.
A fine breakfast/brunch place in a trendy neighborhood of Atlanta. Good eggs benedict, omelets, low-cal specialties. Friendly quick service. Parking behind restr.
"No high chair, no booster seat, don't bring your strollers inside" sign is certainly off putting. It is a restaurant that wants to be Buckhead trendy--but much better Thai available in Atlanta. Expensive for everyday Thai food.
There is nothing else like Anthony's. We had an intimate dinner without having to raise our voices and the meal was great. My crab cakes came with corn salad and were not full of bread crumbs or phone crab. I loved dthe steamed bass with angel hair pasta which was in a light lemon gras sauce. And fo...
I've eaten here over the years over 30 times and never had a bad meal. Everything I've tried is fantastic! I've taken many of my customers here for dinner and see them the next night with their friends and family. It gets busy and sometimes a wait. Tops in my book!!!
The Palm is a fabulous Atlanta steakhouse. It's a classy experience with a comfortable atmosphere. I had a great time dining there for dinner.