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562 Boulevard SE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3031233.739241 -84.367932
Neighborhoods: Eastside, Grants Park, Eastside
A cozy Greek wine bar off Boulevard. – In Short
Taking up shop in the former Solstice Café in Grant Park, Ziba’s feels instantly familiar with warm hued walls and a comfy, neighborhood atmosphere. The menu is simple, split into big plates and small plates. While the lamb chop and chicken spanikopita entrees are enticing, the atmosphere warrants a congenial dining experience and tapas-style is the way to go. Stuffed dates, yucca fries and lamb meatballs are thought-provoking and good to nibble on. Like the menu, the wine list is pointed, with a few affordable selections by the glass and wine list that is short but covers a lot of ground, in both price and selection.
A smaller version of Carol Street Cafe – I highly recommend this place...
It isn't particularly infant friendly.
Offers indoor or outdoor dining..
Unusual flavor combinations that work very well.
Quality of mixed drinks / coffee inconsistent. Depends on who is working the bar that day.
Excellent Bar – The bartender is awesome. Talk to him about politics and he'll make you the most awesome margaritas.
Excellent Vibes thanks to Incredible DJ StanZeff – Friday Great atmosphere, cozy, comfortable seating, cool friendly staff, owner's a little stiff but food is great, reasonably priced and tasty, absolutely loved the mood created by DJ StanZeff he knows how to drop those tunes and gets the place rocking, I finished my meal Calamari nice portion & chilled with drinks, time flew just listening to great music selection, before we knew it 3am!!! Definitely recommend it if you've not heard of this DJ you have to check him out he sure knows his music!
Great late night dining! – This place is great when nothing else is open and you do not want McDonalds. It stays open all week until midnight and opens at 8am. The waitress was very mellow, high, and inattentive. However, the food made up for any failings on her part. I tried two dishes the open-faced steak sandwich and the talapia sandwich... both were surprisingly flavorful. The strawberry juice is amazing as well. It is very small and has a cafe feel to it.
A True Gem That Gets It Right...Go Now! – Solstice has easily become one of my favorite local spots intown. I'm very particular when it comes to eating out - I'm a "foodie" so the quality and variety of dishes has to be pretty good for me to go back a second time and I'm a stickler for good service. Also equally important to me is the overall vibe and cleanliness of the dining area. Solstice stacks up in every one of these areas which is why I go back with my fiance for dinner, my friends for brunch and my father for coffees and dessert. This cute little eclectic neighborhood spot has an interesting menu with something for everyone. I've never had to wait for a table and have had great service every time I've gone there, start to finish. Every dish I've tried has been very tasty and never disappoints; the portions are a good size so I've typically gone home with a doggie bag. The wine list and coffee bar menu are awesome and a great value, too. This is the place to go next time you want to try something off the beaten path that is likely to become one of your frequent fall-backs. It's the perfect place to take an out-of-town guest or a date because it has character and the food is yummy. A visit to this great little place will leave a very good impression and it won't break the bank!
This atmosphere is amazing, comfy, great music, great food, feels like hom – Honestly this feels like "MY" neighborhood restaurant.
Lunches yummy and reasonably priced, WOW
Dinner-same price as dinner-double WOW, also offers entrees now, that are to die for!!
The candlelite atmosphere at night is great for dates, fun with friends, or by yourself at the huge bar.
Music is always original and GREAT!!
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Offbeat cafe cum coffee bar serves up pancakes, panini and pasta in a sunny Grant Park storefront. – The Scene
The clientele is as eclectic as the décor at this slightly quirky café in restaurant-starved Grant Park. Couples with babies in tow, twenty-somethings in requisite black glasses, and black-clad punk-rock chicks fill the mismatched tables, each with their own hand-painted theme. On bright afternoons sunlight streams in from the floor-to-ceiling windows illuminating the artwork---all for sale--that hangs on the walls. The cheerful--if slightly lackadaisical--wait staff accents the Bohemian charm.
Solstice's well-edited menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees isn't nearly as haphazard as the décor. Highlights include fluffy banana-walnut pancakes called Solstice Cakes and plate-licking-good berry and mascarpone crepes. The B.L.F.G.T. features crisp fried green tomatoes, applewood-smoked bacon and goat cheese sandwiched between two thick squares of focaccia. Pasta dishes--butternut squash ravioli, homemade ziti in vodka sauce--and nightly specials like roast pork tenderloin round out the dinner selections.
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