It's a pretty good spot for nice but not too pretentious dinner. The wine list was "eh" but the food was actually pretty good. Good developed flavors and a menu that everyone would like. It's a great stop for family or friends who just want a good meal together. We like to stop by when we're staying at the Hilton. Good location for Central Park visitors too.
I've never actually been able to have the fried chicken and I think that's a good thing. Chicken and Dumplings (my birthday dinner growing up as a kid) better than mom would make. Ricotta dumplings were fantastic. The must have to me are the angry mussels. Some of the best you'll have. I really like the atmosphere except it's a little dark. It's on our list of go-to places along with it's heavy hitter neighbors.
1238 Dekalb Ave.bet. Elmira & Jospehine Sts.
Atlanta, GA 30307
It's some of the best BBQ in Atlanta, not the best, but near the best. The smoky flavors are right on every time I've been, which is exclusively on the weekends. It's busy but I wouldn't say the wait is bad. The "gluttony" part everyone says is right on. The BBQ is great but it's all these unique things like "deep fried bacon" that you just go "why not." It really is good BBQ with good service. Consistent too.
3655 Roswell Rd. NEPiedmont Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30342
So here's the deal, the burgers and shakes are fantastic, borderline best you'll have. Unfortunately, I've gotten sick here twice and it's been shut down before too. When it launched it was phenomenal but it needs care. The servers need training, and the staff in the back need attention before it falls into being "just a burger place" it'll thrive if it stays true to it's launch.