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The restaurant welcomes guests to escape to a different time and place when they enter the cozy lounge ensconced by colorful curtains with comfortable seating. To the left, a 1,200-square-foot parlor area complete with hand-painted tile by local artisan Charlotte Smith and a mural by Savannah-based artist Kipper Millsap. Inside the 4,000-square-foot bistro, diners are transported to an airy, serene wonderland with large factory windows, floral installations by Atlanta-based floral artist Pinker Times, and large pink banquettes.
- OTOpenTable DinerLos Angeles •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoI went for Saturday brunch and I was nervous about eating buffet style as the food tends to be a bit bland and few options but this place has REALLY outdone themselves. Everything was seasoned to perfection! Options were plentiful and the value can’t be beat. My server was kind and cheerful. You can tell she enjoys working there. You only have 90mins for your table which is all you really need. I appreciate the friendly reminder they give you when you’re approaching your time. I got so full on the 1st plate I could barely go back to try the items towards the end of the buffet. I will mostly certainly be back.More infoMarcus Bar & GrillePrice: Moderate• Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service• Old Fourth Ward•4.6
- MBMrsBCoastal Georgia •3 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoOverall my experience was great in terms of the menu. The food was great and the ambience was a VIBE!!! However, it took over 20 minutes for a server to come to our table after we were seated. I had to ask the bus boy for a server but he never came back nor did a server come to the table. I had to stop a server and inform her no one was attending us. THE COCKTAILS WERE EVERYTHING!More infoPlantaPrice: Expensive• Vegetarian / Vegan• Inman Park•4.8
- TJToniJAtlanta Metro •2 reviews5.0Dined on 12 Nov 2023Our gentleman bartender/server was awesome. Very helpful and well versed in the menu. He answered all the questions that my friend and I had. The drinks were also delicious. Service was wonderful. The manager even stopped by to make sure we were satisfied. Very good experience and I’ll definitely be back again.More infoOne Flew South - BeltlinePrice: Moderate• Contemporary Southern• Inman Park•4.5
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Discover Old Fourth Ward
In Old Fourth Ward, people can pick from a respectable selection of bistros, diners, and formal restaurants. Innovative fusion is the thing here, and homestyle Southern ingredients are blended creatively into anything from Asian fusion to tapas. This neighborhood has attracted some world-class culinary talent, so you can discover some excellent food options. In any number of restaurants here, you'll have the option of ordering Georgia cornbread, a regional favorite that goes well with any meal. Try a steaming plate of shrimp and grits, chicken and dumplings, or fried chicken. To satisfy your sweet tooth, have some peach cobbler or pecan pie.
Frequently asked questions
The best reviewed restaurant in Old Fourth Ward is Noni's Italian Deli & Bar