Atlanta >Food & Dining > Brick Tops
3280 Peachtree Rd NE Ste 100, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030533.844392 -84.370364
Mon - Thu, 11:30am - 3pm, 3:30pm - 11pm; Fri, Sat, 11am - 3pm, 3:30pm - midnight
Neighborhoods: Buckhead Triangle (Buckhead Forest), Buckhead Triangle, Northside, Northside
Awful service – I went to Bricktop's recently for the first time with my boyfriend and my sister. The food was decent, but pricey. The waitress was rude from the start.
Before we left, she was serving another table and yelled across the restaurant asking if we had paid and left a tip! I complained to management and they did nothing. That was my first and last time eating there. How rude!
A solid choice – First what truly stands out - the cookie desert. I am not a big desert guy, but this is amazing. It is a freshly baked cookei in an iron shilled topped with ice cream, truly amazing as it is warm and gooey!!
The menu choice is not too vast, but everything you order will be good. I find the flatbreads to be as good as you can get for flatbreads (althogh that isnt setting the standard too too high). Also, I am not a develed egg fan, but the rest of the people I went with loved it as an appetizer.
Overall - the prices are very reasonable, almost typical chain restaurant prices, with solid, but not spectacular food, and a good atmosphere. It wont blow you away, but you wont be disappointed.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! – THIS RESTAURANT OFFERED EVERYTHING I WANTED AND I LOVED IT! IT CAN BE FAMILY ORIENTED OR A QUIET, ROMANTIC PLACE TO VISIT. IT IS RECESSION APPROPRIATE. THEY OFFER GREAT SERVICE AND IS VERY PLEASING TO THE EYE. THE EXPERIENCE WAS NICE AND EVERYTHING ME AND A GIRLFRIEND NEEDED FOR AN EVENING OF "LADIES NITE OUT". THE BEST MARTINI I HAVE HAD IN YEARS! HATS OFF!
Buckhead hotspot unloads solid American eats along with plenty of eye-candy. – In Short
Famished foodies beat the pavement to savor sustenance at this upscale eatery in the heart of Buckhead's Terminus building. Owners have made a name for themselves with eponymous eateries in Tennessee and Florida with the combination of cool interiors and casual fare. The menu of burgers, steaks, seafood and American-flavored appetizers may not hit like a ton in the creative category but the offerings are appetizing and service is first-rate. Tasty flatbread pizzas, hearty sandwiches and seared sea or shore entrees are all standard but the deviled eggs make the app menu shine. The dining room is a mix of dark woods and diner chic--slightly out of place compared to some of its more mod neighbors--but the bar is hopping and is a real draw for after-work ale breaks.
wondifull place – very good food excellent service good portions nice place to dine what else can i say we dine there about three times a week
Exceptional Service – My experience at BrickTop's was outstanding. I met several friends there for dinner and an extra couple decided to join us last minute, so we needed a larger table. Despite the fact that it was very busy and not the restaurant's fault, management treated us to an appetizer at the bar while we waited on a larger table. The food was excellent, from the deviled egg appetizer with sugar bacon (amazing) to the unique flatbread pizza.
VERY GOOD SERVICE – I went to the soft opening of Bricktops and it SCREAMS Houstons which is not a bad thing. I remembered the first time i went they did not have Belvedere vodka. When I went again I asked for a comment card and the Manager PJ took my comment and found some Belvedere for my drink. That is the kind of service I am use to in membership clubs. A plus service.
Don't think the crowd is what the owners were hoping for – While Bricktops may a convenient for those who work in Terminus, it's not a destination place. My friends and I went for happy hour and families came in by the dozen. Doubt the owners where planning to have a kids menu. The food was just merely ok and too pricey for what it was. Less than substantial wine list.
Nashville Chain Comes To Atlanta! Love The Deviled Egg Apps! – Terminus, the new development at P'tree Rd.& Piedmont, brings in it's first dining destination. The live, work, play property playing it safe, with this Nashville based chain, is a good place to start. Maybe a little passe for the Buckhead crowd, but fun for a different take on Saturday afternoon, after shopping at Lenox. The design is clean, modern, and maybe even a little dated for Atlanta. But the place was packed. The menu is somewhere between Houston's and a TGIF, hits all the basics. Good burgers and fries, BBQ ribs, etc. A couple of standouts for us were the Signature Deviled Eggs w/Parma Ham and vinaigrette mache. And a darn good Flatbread w/Smoked Salmon, dill, capers and red onion. We went for the very moist Rotissere Ashley Farms Chicken. It was golden brown, and delicious. The popularity of Rotissere Chicken just might be brought back by Bricktops. Service is young and cherry. Don't come here to be blown away. It's a nice safe bet for lunch/dinner!
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