“nice ambience (bit loud at times), gracious service (jennifer--a german gal-ist wunderbar!)”
“My husband made the initial reservation and was asked if we were celebrating anything in particular, upon arriving nothing was mentioned of our anniversary, but when our entrees were finished our waiter brought us a beautiful dessert "on the house" with "”
“told the waiter qualities I enjoyed in wine and he recommended a wine that was exceptional.”
“They were all very professional, the service was impeccable, and the food top notch.”
“Our server was a star, knowledgeable [she could explain the ingredients, seasoning level, and preparation method of every disk we considered], attentive, and personable. Some waiters and waitresses with this degree of knowledge can be snooty or elitist wi”
“Canoe is a great place for a nice romantic evening out.”
“The whole experience was delightful and we will definitely be back.”
“The staff was very friendly, professional and knowledgeable.”
“Overall, the dining experience was decent, but certainly not worth the cost.”
“For starters, they bring by this massive basket with delicious bread, but give you one slice each and never offered anymore in the twenty minutes waiting for our food.”
Tucked away along the peaceful banks of the Chattahoochee River lies one of the country's most acclaimed restaurants. Balanced by both culinary expertise and natural aesthetics, Canoe offers a rich, flavorful experience for all your senses. Settle into a booth or a table inside and enjoy a fresh seasonal menu created by one of the country's most celebrated chefs. Canoe has been featured in Bon Appetit, Food and Wine, Gourmet, The Wine Spectator magazines and The New York Times, to name a few. Our cuisine's distinctive taste and design, our superb wine list, unbeatable view and impeccable service have gained Canoe a reputation it deserves. Every dish at Canoe begins with only the finest, freshest ingredients and our extraordinary wine list offers an eclectic selection of 300 bottles and 40 wines by the glass. Relax and let the rest of the world float away; you're at Canoe! …
Best outdoor dining in Atlanta period! Incredibe views and food, oh and an awesome riverside bar!
Great place to take a stroll after dinner along the river and through the gardens.
Terrible for Common Folk. I couldn't pronounce half of the items on the one page menu. I don't know where this chef grew up, but apparently it wasn't the US. The food was terrible and looked and tasted like it belonged in an art gallery rather than on a table. The prices were a whole other subject. They were outrageous! The beautiful and romantic atmosphere would be my only reason for going back!
Top 5 in Atlanta!. This is one of the best restaurants I have ever been to in the country, but with so many good restaurants in Atlanta, I would say it is part of a non-ranked top 5. Too hard to rank them, but Canoe stands out as a place you need to go to. Great food, amazing atmosphere and the best location in the city! Probably my first pick for any special occassion event! Service was perfect...we loved our waitress because she really liked her job...can't assume that will always be the case thought, but they all seemed friendly.
lovely restaurant!. such an impressive place! i discoved canoe by this website and my boyfriend and were just stunned! they surprised us with a "happy anniversary" cheesecake since they found out it was our anniversary when i made the reservations. the service was top rate, the setting romantic, the food was amazing, and the prices were decent! what was not to like?
Why so Cold?. I have always loved this restaurant and the food has never dissapointed me. However during summer I loath going there as teh airconditioning is turned up so high I have to take along two sweaters to keep warm. I would rather sit outside and risk a warm breeze than freeze inside and not enjoy the entire meal.
Overrated.. The ostrich appetizer was good. The main courses that we had were okay, but not great. A $90 bill should have me thinking, "Wow!" Even with reservations, we still had to wait for about 20-30 minutes to be seated. I was reminded of the episode of Seinfeld where Jerry told the car rental place, "You know how to take the reservation. You just don't know how to keep the reservation." Ambience? Not nearly as romantic as it should have been. Loud and crowded. Sure the lights are dim, but that just means you're tripping over the chairs because the tables are too close together. We heard every word spoken at the two tables we were wedged between. The service was passable at best. While I've seen worse, our meals were pretty simple, but they still managed to screw them up. Overall, overrated.
wonderful. I recently went to Canoe for a nice dinner. We first sat at the bar and had a glass of champagne. The service from the bartender Lauren (guy) was right on que. He was attentive and knowlegable. They seated us shortly after we finished our drink. The hostess was snippy and to honest, a complete ditz. She forgot what table we were going to and had togo back up front and look. Service was impeccable. Sit with Bill (tall with shaved head). We didn't feel rushed at all. He was knowledgable of the food and wine. Our food arrived promptly and delicious. I loved the arugula salad. Definitely try the ostrich. Entrees were okay- only because my duck was overcooked. I would definitely go back.
Rollin' on the River.
This is one of the most picturesque places in town. I love to go there in the early evening and watch the sun filter through the trees onto the river, which is at the bottom of rolling lawns.
The straighforward food is good, not great. Sometimes I go for the bar and appetizers, which are superior.
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