Really good pizza (we're originally from Boston and know pizza) and Mr & Mrs Cosmo retired. Customer service is much better.
I'm surprised to see poor reviews for Top Flr. We've eaten there several times a year since they opened and never had anything other than quality service and amazing food. The prices aren't as ridiculously low as they were the first year (and the service and decor swanker), but you're still eating food as good and creative as the stuff at 4th and Swift or Empire State for a much lower price.
The field is back to playing condition and in great shape
I wouldnt give this place one star,anyways its smelly in there and they overcharge customers the owners n management is trying to be slick!
Sutra likes older crowd n married people to come here coz the fat wife says so! Dont come here,opera is better!
All these reviews are way long ago please this is 2013 its a bad place only for 50 n over to party,owner is bald n his far wife like old so no youngsters allowed!
I guess... Gone are the days of smoke filled Jazz Clubs packed with eclectic low key anti establishment pot heads zoning out.
The service is slow. The food is weird. But the Jazz?
The Jazz is on point.
My advice is get rid of the valet parking($10) The reservations ($5) per person, and get a new menu... You can keep the names but do change the cuisine...
If you have the $ and the patience you will be rewarded with some pretty good live Jazz...
worst theater I have ever visited. the employees don't seem to care, the manager hides in his office and the bathrooms are filty.
Just a Pub I think not. They have made a change that Dunwoody should be proud. Sports is just the tip of the iceburg. This place has gone explosive. Live Bands almost every weekend. Such as (The Ruckus Band, Band X, Michael Veal Band), Some Solo Local Artists like Jason Fowler, and Heather Lutruell. Stage for the bands, a lighting system that is just out of this world, a DJ Booth, VIP section with Couch, a Fog System, and dance floor. complete non smoking inside but the LARGE patio outside is smoking and has heaters. Just so you get a peek of what I am talking about this month. BAND X Jan12th, $5 cover with free beverage,Jan 24th. Julie Gribble and Band makes they're 1st appearance, Jan. 26, Michael Veal Band comes back to Dunwoody no cover charge no parking fee, And of course how could I forget DJ PRISM every Friday and Sat with or without a Band playing, she has made the Gryphon a fun place to be and a great destination place for Friday and Saturday night. I did miss one thing, the food talk about portion size and price you could not get anything better. Check this Place out. A must see!
This place is closed.
I enjoy trying to cram pizza into my mouth whilst standing around in a mass of people. It is even better when children are screaming and people step on you and/or get some of their food on you while they are attempting the same standing and eating thing. Food yummy but space too small and annoying.
RACISM!!! HEAVY SET BEARDED MANAGER & RECEDED HAIRLINE BARTENDER
Just went to Front Page News 1/5/13 to watch the 1st of 2 NFL playoff games with a friend. We got there at the end of the 3rd quarter of the game. We grabbed a seat at the outside bar and immediately asked the waiter for some water and a menu. 5 minutes later I ordered Shrimp & Crawfish Etouffee and my friend had a 10 piece of wings. I ate my dish and was still hungry and ordered a 10 piece of wings as well. We asked the waiter for some more water once and he acted as if it was a sin and only filled it up half way. Throughout the 4th quarter he (waiter) was walking behind the bar as if some Varsity Jock cussing and carrying on as if he was the man in the restaurant. Me and my friend picked up on his wanting to be Macho attitude and just left it alone and just kept eating. We finished our meal and paid the waiter along with a $10 tip and sat around to finish digesting and seeing what game 2 would be like. Meanwhile 2 Caucasian guys in there 20's walked up to the bar and grabbed the seats next to us and the bar tender immediately walked over to me and my friend and told us we would have to leave if we didn't order any more food or buy liquor/beer. This immediately made me totally upset and I asked for a manager and this took things in a crazy direction. The manager was obviously taking on sides with his employee and meanwhile my food hasn't even digested yet and i'm mad that me and my friend were asked to leave when the whole restaurant still had plenty of empty seating outside on the patio and tons in the inside bar and restaurant, not to mention that the bar we were sitting had FRONT PAGE NEWS EMPLOYEES sitting at it as if they were off there shift or just taking up seats that customers could use! We WEREN'T EVEN ASKED TO POSSIBLE MOVE TO ANOTHER SEAT......WE WERE ASKED TO LEAVE!!!!!!We picked up on the Racial Profiling very quick and felt it minutes after just getting there to eat. We were right and it was brought to the light. Being of mixed ethnic race in our younger 40's for both me and my friend as well as nicely dressed (NOT HOMELESS!) the Caucasian race was much more wanted in that establishment and it was EASY TO SEE! So to all the people out there please believe that it took a while for me to type all this down and share it with the rest of the people in Atlanta. Please make your own decision, but this what me and my friend had to deal with.
Address: 351 Moreland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307
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Good spot. had a great time.... they have cool events ........
How closed? Very closed.
The strawberry filled and the Reese's...yummy!
This hole is the wall first off they charged 50 to get in for a so called table that's not even a table then it's 70 people in a section they charged us more to have
Great customer services, prices, and variety.
Love this place. The Indian is my favorite!d
Obviously you are not Rondo's material.
Visit Rondo's, spend lot's of money and behave yourself. It is not the Kwik-E Mart,
I got thrown out of Rondos Distributing (voodoo mansion online) today in downtown Atlanta. I merely picked up a box of soap and got told to leave. They claimed "I" could only look but not touch. Seems this Rondo guy still thinks it is the 1940s back when they first opened the store. When will things change. Do not patronize Rondos please.
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