My son lives in Atlanta and treated us to a FABULOUS Sunday brunch here! With a super cool atmosphere and amazing menu there was nothing not to like. Ample outdoor seating if that's you thing, it's definitely mine Probably best to call and reserve your time as it gets pretty crowded around noon. Valet parking was an added nicety too
Housed in an old cotton mill in the old fourth ward, rises a gem of a brunch spot. We shared an appetizer of tuna tartar, chopped raw tuna mixed with some veggies and jalapeno, served ice cold with house made chips...just excellent. Both omelets were filled with stuff, mine shrimp, crab, and sausage, my wife's fresh veggies and blue cheese. Desert cronuts were just awesome. Portions were large, service was attentive and friendly. Prices a little on the high side, but worth every penny.
We went here on a Saturday night and arrived a few minutes late to our reservation. I called ahead to let them know and the hostess was very understanding and accommodating. They had a nice booth in the back for us when we arrived. The appetizers were pretty good. We selected the smoked salmon on potato chips, the Serpas salad and a beet salad. The salmon looked to be the most popular app throughout the restaurant. The apps came out at different times, which was a bit odd. I think there was a slight mix up. For entrees, I had the swordfish and she had the bacon wrapped chicken chop. Both entrees were EXTREMELY salty. Like way over seasoned. I figured the bacon would definitely make the chicken chop salty, but it was almost inedible. I'm not sure why they over seasoned the swordfish. Otherwise, it was cooked perfectly. For dessert, I had a selection of sorbets and she had the banana bread pudding. They were both tasty. As others commented, it can get loud in the restaurant. A nice space and it was unfortunate that the entrees weren't seasoned properly. One last tip, the sink for the restrooms is shared and between/outside the doors to the men's and women's room. Also, the faucet has to be pulled up to turn it on. Definitely challenging to figure out.