Atlanta >Atlantic Grill
discusting. this place is fu$$$$$ discusting I would rather f$$$ my mom instead of eating here and the sirvice was horible i will never eat here again hell no
Great Food, good dive. Right in Atlantic Station we love this place. The food is really good, the staff are all very friendly, and they have lots of beers...but they are all bottled...no tap here sadly. The burger is always good, the philly cheese steak too. Great little dive bar.
Bar food. We ate here twice last week. Food was good and service was ok but they were jammed. Best Ruben I 've had in Atlanta. I recommend this place. I'll go back but go a bit earlier.
pretty good.... After going to the Geisha House, my expectations were pretty high, but the food was really good, and was ALOT less expensive. I would definetely go again, though!
Average place. Trying to grab a meal before a movie we walked into Atlantic Grill. It seemed like a cool place, typical bar/grill. The beer selection was not that great. The menu was average (typical bar food). The waitress was nice, but we ended up leaving because we were looking for something different and the booty music blaring from the juke box was obnoxious.
Poor Staff. While walking through Atlantic Station and looking at all the menus posted outside of the restaurants, the Atlantic Grill's menu stands out as the cheapest and most American fare around. It's a small place with an outdoor dining area and purports to have the best martinis in the area. We walked in and there were a handful of customers sitting in booths and a swarm of employees hanging around the bar area. My fiancee and I grabbed some menus off of the bar and seated ourselves. The items on the menu looked edible, and I was ready to order. After 10 minutes of employees walking past us, eating the grill's food and avoiding eye contact with me, we decided to leave. I have never been to a restaurant that wanted so little to do with the customers. As we left, I could see that two guys who were sitting at a booth with sodas were angrily eyeballing the staff, I assume for the same reasons. My guess is that the people who work here believe they are higher class than their customers just because they work at the cheapest restaurant in the newest, fanciest part of town.
A NY Bar & Grill At Atlantic Station!.
As Atlantic Station continues to grow and mature, there are signs that a new neighborhood is emerging. And the first is Atlantic Grill. It's small, cozy, and a get to know your neighbor type of place. Good selection of ice cold beers and coctails.
The standout here is the 10oz.Burgers, made to your liking. A great side are the fried green beans in Tempura batter, with dipping sauce. Crab Cakes are very good, if you need a taste of the ocean, there is a daily fish also.
This is not a chain, but is owned by a New Yorker, Paul Sachetti, who has been on the local bar scene in the ATL, for a few years. And as Paul says, "You are only a stranger here once"
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