The first thing we noticed is the place has been deep cleaned Top and bottom!! The new owners have made several changes for the better. New menu, but went back to the original award winning chili receipe. Food takes a few minutes but worth the wait. Everything taste fresh. I love the new sweet potato fries, thick and sweet. Salad with strawberries was a refreshing treat. Been there a few times now and service has been good everyone is friendly. Now that they are doing bands in the new room we will coming back to enjoy live music on weekends.
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Family friendly sports bar atmosphere. Super friendly staff and good selection of rotating drafts.
Buckhead Diner on Piedmont Road in Buckhead is a paradox of sorts. A diner is typically a restaurant where anyone can find some menu item that suits their palate. Bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches and meatloaf entrees spring to mind, but Buckhead Diner is a different breed of diner style restaurants.
First of all, Buckhead Diner has valet parking, which in a heavy rain would be useful even at McDonald’s, but James Dean would probably have parked his own ride. When Buckhead customers enter the chrome glistening bullet-shaped restaurant highlighted with blue and pink neon signage for some late-night affordable vittles, they may be surprised to discover a formal and neat staff waiting their arrival.
Families and Buckhead professionals alike find a relaxed sojourn from the buzz and bustle of the city when they choose to dine for lunch or dinner at Buckhead Diner. This diner is nice enough to invite your grandmother on Mother’s Day, but not so nice that she should not wear her homemade crocheted shawl, nursing shoes and wig.
Buckhead Diner looks like a subway car. The cream-colored ceilings are arched just like a subway, and the red leather booth table seating throughout the restaurant emphasize this locomotive appeal. Were mobsters this hip once? The floors are black and white parquet tile, and Buckhead Diner lines one end of the subway car with an open kitchen on one side and a generous bar on the other. The light fixtures look like they belong in a ballroom where Al Pacino waltzes.
At eight in the evening on a Monday, even Buckhead Diner can brag about a full bar. Young Buckhead singles in snappy garb crowd the bar where Buckhead Diner bartenders serve customers one of the finest and most delectable concoctions that any drink connoisseur must sample. Humbly named the Chocolate Martini, Buckhead Diner is the only restaurant that masters this taste bud triumph, great as an aperitif or for dessert.
The Ahi Tuna Tartare, served elegantly with drizzled wasabi and teriyaki sauce, became quickly warm and gooey. The Beef Carpaccio, however, vanished in minutes. Buckhead Diner customers are not permitted to smoke, which allows them to serve younger clients. Buckhead parents may splurge on a spectacular dinner in Buckhead Diner with the kids, but be prepared for Fuji water bottles to come to the table in slick silver cases. Whereas if the children are at home, order a Chocolate Martini.
Behind the walls of an unpretentious, white-painted brick building with dark wood-trimmed windows on Piedmont Road in Buckhead, Greek fans from across the globe crave the extraordinary Greek seafood cuisine at Kyma, a modern Greek restaurant in a class by itself right here in Buckhead. One of twelve members of the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, the Kyma Greek restaurant situates itself across the street from the Corner Café and Buckhead Bread and next to Buckhead Diner, fellow restaurant group members.
After valet parks the cars, Buckhead diners proceed inside the restaurant through a grand entryway flanked with two swelling solid white marble columns reaching up sixteen feet and weighing nearly thirty tons. Designer Bill Johnson melds decadence and simplicity inside this spectacular Greek restaurant in Buckhead. Kyma achieves a subdued, classy ambience that harkens back to Greek culture with a unique fisherman’s light chandelier, a mosaic mural of blue and white broken plates, and a stunning display on the deep sea blue painted ceiling dappled with twinkling pinhole lights to impress a starry Mediterranean night sky on Buckhead onlookers just walking into the restaurant.
Just past the hostess stand where Buckhead customers to Kyma Greek restaurant are warmly greeted and promptly sat, a colonnade lines the white marble floors of the restaurant ending in a cascading fountain waterfall where a marble display case contains whole fresh fish that arrive to the restaurant daily from the Mediterranean sea. Thin white curtains provide a rippling visual barrier between the entryway and the dining area of the restaurant where Buckhead couples, families and friends enjoy delectable plates of mezedekia, or assorted Greek appetizers that are typically shared among a group over a glass of ice cold Ouzo, an anise-flavored Greek liquer, before the main entrees arrive to the table. Mezedes include Htipiti, a roasted red Holland pepper puree with feta and Taramosalata, a customary Greek mousse of red caviar.
Chef Pano I. Karatassos has developed a menu for Kyma that pays tribute to the simplicity of French culinary fundamentals while staying true to the flavorful spices and finessed acidity used in Greek cuisine. Buckhead diners select five from sixteen Greek dishes to create affordable and delectable combination platters from grape-vine leaves stuffed with fennel, leeks, pine nuts, currants and rice to the local favorite woodgrilled octopus with red onions, oil and red wine vinegar. Other customers enjoy nearly a dozen different varieties of fish and crustaceans that come off the wood grill to plates with all but their bones still in tact. The staff at Kyma is knowledgeable of the menu items and wines served in their Greek restaurant and recommended sharing side orders with two.
Beer selection looked great and food offerings and atmosphere were creative. Service was a bit disjointed and slow, but that's typical of a newly opened bar/restaurant. We'll continue to come back if they can keep a beer list of that caliper!
For great art work and tattoos visit Ink Works in Little 5 Points! The artwork is awesome and the artist onsite can also offer customized portraits. My friend and I got tattoos there and we will definitely go back again.
I always have a great time when I go walk through this freshly rearranged spot. The people who have worked to build it up have been great at making progress to the right place. I also admire their original diverse range of events yet keeping the same crowd. That's a hard task for Atlanta but a much needed one.thanksllet you!
If anyone who has attended middle school and can give it a 5 star experience then I suggest you write a book. Inman is still the best way to get through those awkward years. It's always been a School of Excellence and it's where my child is attending this fall.
One of my absolute favorite places to relax. The bar staff are fantastic. They know their wine and drinks as well if not better than anyone in the city (can't speak to the servers, but the bar itself...forgettaboudit!). In my opinion they serve the city's best special Gin and Tonic called the "Chuck's G&T". Get it and thank me later.
The food is really wonderful. Most often we will order a few snacks and appetizers instead of entrees since they nailed these items. Try the trout spread (they'll bring extra toast if you don't want to spread it inch thick), the fried pickled vegetables, or the wings for sure. They had a fantastic pork belly item on the menu last time that I sat for dinner.
The restaurant itself is beautifully decorated on the inside. The old train stop is a wonderful space as a rastaurant/bar. In fact the foot rail at the bar is made of the old train track.
H.Harper does several special events throughout the year including a pig roast, whisky tasting sessions and special menu on Mardi Gras etc. I don't work there I only eat and drink there, but as you can probably tell. I'm a big fan.
The best Korean BBQ restaurant so far that I have tried; however, it is pricey. Great side items, love their rice, and beef short rib. And it is a plus that they have a charcoal grill – the fat drips straight down – unlike Iron Age or other Korean BBQ joints. Grilling the meats that way gives it more flavors ^.^
TIP: Best time to go is Sunday night for me.
Ford said, "Oh what's this? I can get a discount on building supplies if I buy double of everything? Okay!!" Point being... If you've been to El Felix, you've been to Superica. Not that that's a bad thing... but if you have two uniquely named restaurants, then they should have unique identities. I guess that is the designer in me talking.
It's same menu (basically) and same decor. Food is still good, albeit on the pricier end. Just super excited to see KSM nearly fully built out. Can't wait for nice weather because Superica definitely has the best outdoor dining option of the place.
I love Wild Bills. I go there to line dance on Wednesday nights. 5 bucks to get in and you get a lesson for an hour, and can dance from 7-11! Nice group of people. Most of the staff is great, but the bartender on Wednesdays is not too friendly and they don't always have what I want to drink, but I'm there for the dancing anyway. Don the DJ is awesome, and Rose who teaches, and John at the door. Weekend bands have been good, but loud, but I can go in the back and dance and get a bite to eat.
This venue is still open. I am looking for to attending in March. If the venue is anything like the person that answered the phone, we are going to have a great time.
Best staff ever. Great drinks. Good food. Nice view of downtown from the upstairs bar.
I digs it. Cute girls and guys of all types, friendly staff, good music, karaoke night, smoke-free.
Only cons, expensive drinks and limited parking on weekends.
The comment about the older woman is true (except the missing teeth). However, I think she does it in good fun to past the time away and to keep the customers laughing. I've been going to this place for 4 years and have not yet experienced rudness from the staff, but professionalism as far as fast food go. They are clean, as mentioned wear hair nets and gloves regularly while making orders, and the line and utensils are always wiped down. The food is really good. I haven't yet to see any salivating going on nor flies. If you ever work in fast food; you should know that during breakfast or lunch the crowd can be overwhelming and you have to do something to past the time away. In the older woman case, it's joking which could be taken as being a smart a** if you don't have a sense of humor. Treat her like family and she'll love you for life.
When you do what you love age doesn't or shouldn't matter. People are capable of being retired and deciding to follow their passion, which is beautiful right. We have persons younger than they are working for Fulton County that are medically sick - however the bills or their needs still need considering, and their dreams doesn't die due to it.
Fred is the sweetest man/business owner ever and his rough around the edges teams' personality balance the work place. I'd rather have older women working in the kitchen that knows what they are doing than having young ones whom barely knows anything or if at all- in the kitchen. Especially with the new generation coming up. Nevertheless, I would advise for them to hire two (younger) cashiers to be placed to tackle the waiting time.
Hats off to Fred's Place - you might have to wait, but 'day getter done'.
Java Lords is about as local as it gets and they have awesome coffee - they roast their own beans and have a good selection of single-origin organics.
Eclectic crowd with a significant lean toward theater, music and arts folk - very open and inviting unless you try to pick a fight or are bothering other customers.
The actual space could probably use a little bit of a facelift but it is comfortable and quiet during the day to do work. The vibe really depends on the bartender because whomever is on duty is in charge of the music but they're typically accommodating too.
We love going here on Wednesday night.
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