I'd been to this restaurant before, but this time the service was so good I decided to write a review. First, YOU MUST MAKE A RESERVATION! I was there with a party of 12, so we had to wait to sit in a certain area. If you're looking for a quiet, low-key place to eat this is not the restaurant for you. There was a full band there who sang all around the restaurant. They didn't harass the patrons at all, but they were interactive. The band was phenomenal. They also sang happy birthday to the people who were celebrating birthdays. The service was great. The manager came and greeted us and told us how happy she was that we were there. She was very genuine. The mimosa's were bottomless, the food was plenty....I just can't say enough great things about this restaurant. A smaller group of us is already talking about returning next weekend....can't wait.
Loved the food. Service was ok. Parking is the issue here. Went for brunch. Valet was 20 bucks and it wasn't clear where my car was being parked. Two of the women in the group parked in the lot. They were 13 minutes late getting to their car and had a boot on their cars. It was $75 to remove the boot. While the parking lot isn't run by the restaurant, you would think that the restaurant would warn folks about getting booted.
First I want to let you know the bad part first. The wait for a table was ridiculous and we tried to make reservations but they said they were booked. I guess that's a great sign. The parking is terrible as well as they charge $20 just to park your car in Atlanta. The food was the best part of the whole visit but the experience could have been so much better. I had the oxtails and rice and peas, my husband had the red snapper fish. Every dish was very well cooked. I would go back to give them another chance.
The food is great, sometimes you get mixed messages about the service and if reservations can be made or not. The food is what keeps me coming back.