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“We love this location as it is right on Piedmont Park and we enjoyed taking a walk after lunch.”
“We ordered 3 pitchers of beer and when the waitress brought them out, NONE of them were full.”
“Our order was ready in a flash (12 minutes) and the food was fantastic.”
“was very impressed with the menu selection and the prices, but that's about as far as the good experience goes.”
“Needless to say, I will not return and I recommend proper training of the wait staff.”
“The staff is sweet and doesn't mind if you bring your pooch and will even bring them a little treat and fresh water!”
“I've eaten here a bunch of times & have always had good service, great food, huge portions & a very reasonable tab.”
“Their hummus is great, and actually could be an entree if you're just looking to eat something light and quick.”
Does not deserve even one star.
Absolutely horrible. We were the first customers on a Saturday morning and it took 40 minutes to get the appetizer then another 20 for entrees. Even the server commented on how long it took by stating; "that took long enough". We sat outside as the interior reeked of clorox bleach. Clearly they do not follow the environmental department guidelines for safe food handling and sanitizing.
Just awful. Not one positive thing to say.
I got struck with an umbrella - and no one cared.. A friend and I went here on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon because it has a great patio and is right on the park. I was very impressed with the menu selection and the prices, but that's about as far as the good experience goes. A gust of wind blew one of the umbrellas at the table next to us up and out of it's stand, and luckily, the girl sitting there caught it. A waitress came out and said she was going to need to take down all the umbrellas, but oddly, she only took down ours and no one else's. So, a few minutes later, another gust of wind came and picked up an umbrella and it flew across the patio, hitting me and my friend in the stomach. It felt like we had been punched in the stomach. My salad ended up all over the table, my lap, my shoes, and mixed in with my friend's salad. Disappointingly, no one came to check on us to see if we were ok. A patron at the next table was kind enough to flag down a waitress and tell her she needed to check on us, which she did, with very little enthusiasm. Our waitress brought out another salad for me and all she said was "Sorry bout that guys" like she really could care less that we had just been attacked by a giant umbrella that SHE was supposed to take down. Other than that, I asked for ice for my water, and never got it. She said she was bringing more water, but never did. We never got checked on, regarding the food, our drinks, how we were doing, or anything else. It's such a shame because the location is awesome and the food was decent, but the service was so despicable and the waitresses were so unprofessional that I will never return, and would encourage you not to either.
Great food...great service...great atmosphere...amazing value. I was invited to eat at Quattro with a friend and found the experience to be top notch. The atmosphere is great...located right on the edge of Piedmont Park. I hate going to a restaurant and sitting on a patio with no view and no people. Quattro is just the opposite. You're right on the corner of the park in midtown, so you have dozens of people walking by. In a city of beautiful people, it's great to sit and watch everybody go by as you enjoy your meal. I highly recommend the patata fritti (sweet potato chips with a gorgonzola sauce) the flavor combination is awesome. Their hummus is great, and actually could be an entree if you're just looking to eat something light and quick. Their paninis and pizzas are the best in town!! I worked in a restaurant that made paninis and pizzas (who happens to be local competition for Quattro) and I have to admit I enjoy the food at Quattro much more. The flavors are much more suitable to an adults palette, and the foods rival the best of the Italian pizzerias in New York City's 'Little Italy'. Our server; Juan, was very helpful in guiding us through our menu and helping us to choose our meal. I highly recommend anyone looking for great italian food at a fair cost to dine at Quattro. Nobody else in town holds a candle to this place!
great view, good food.. Quattro has a great view of piedmont park for outdoor seating. Indoor seating is sparse and not very pretty. Food is pretty good. I liked the sweet potato chips with gorgonzola and the capri panini. Unfortunately they DO NOT have gelato like the website says they do.
All around great evening. This was my first visit to Quattro and it was better than I expected. The outdoor patio seating was perfect for a warm spring night. My boyfriend and I had the grilled bread with dipping oil, and it was very good and inexpensive. We each got sandwiches, and both were very flavorful and filling. I would definitely tell friends to check this place out!
Editorial Review. Enjoy the scenery and authentic Italian dining outdoors at this eatery in the heart of Piedmont Park.
Great food (for take out, too!). Some co-workers and I were in the neighborhood on a Friday and called ahead for a to-go order. Our order was ready in a flash (12 minutes) and the food was fantastic. The sweet potato chips and gorgonzola appetizer was spectacular (not too greasy on the chips, either). The pizza was flavorful and more than enough for two to share.
Nice Little Gem on the Park. I was so excited when I saw they were putting a new place next to Willy's at Piedmont park. I live in the neighborhood and I was getting tired of going to the same old places and waiting for an hour. Quattro was certainly a welcomed sight. My partner and I ate brunch there last Sunday. I had the Americano Breakfast Pannini with a side of the potatos. He ordered the breakfast pizza, it was pretty big. The pizza alone would have been enough for both us.We ordered mimosas and enjoyed the early morning sun on the patio. Great place. Plan on coming back many times.
Wow. This place is Great!. My wife and I had a beautiful evening on Quattro's patio. The location couldn't be any better at the entrance to Piedmont Park. They even let us bring our dog. We sipped on a few glasses of wine which are all the same price 6.50. We had the sweet potato chips with a gorgonzola cheese sauce a capri panini and a roma pizza. The pizza was the freshest and the best in Atlanta by far. Thank you for finally giving us good pizza in Atlanta. Next time we come back we're going to try the gelato, it looked tasty also. We will see you soon.
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