Find out what American restaurants to try in East Point. East Point is a suburban city located southwest of the neighborhoods of Atlanta in Fulton County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 33,712. The city name is derived from being at the opposite end of the former Atlanta & West Point Railroad from West Point.
Things to do in East Point
4 based on 197 reviews
Me and the family were out driving a couple weeks ago, and decided to stop bypassing the Brake Pad in College Park.We phoned in our order (fairly large one, actually) and decided to get our lunch on the go...since we were returning home.We ordered several burgers (Cheese burgers - Bleu Cheese, Swiss/Bacon, and Classic). We ordered one burger to be cooked well-done and the rest were medium-well. The hubby ordered the Gyro (they were out...) and so he went with the Cuban and an order of wings.Parking was a bit tight in front of the Brake Pad, but we were able to get a spot, and as we were talking in to pick up our order, I have to admit...the food people were eating looked amazing.Our order was ready (20 Minutes from call to pick-up). Staff was pleasant at the bar and we headed home to enjoy.Sorry to say, our meal was not at all what we expected. All three (3) burgers were not just well-done...but they were gray, hard and dry. The wings were OK, and the Cuban was not the most memorable.We chalked it up to maybe the order was submitted incorrectly? And that all of the burgers were cooked well done, in error.We wanted to like/love the Brake Pad...but, this spot didn't do it for us. Hoping it was just an "off-day".
4 based on 324 reviews
We stopped here looking for a meal before heading to the airport and this seemed to be the best choice. It was really crowded and the food was the standard Chick-Fil-A choices. I didnât see a sit down restaurant but there was lots of memorabilia on the walls explaining its history. Cool to eat in the original.
4 based on 913 reviews
CJ served us toward the end of the day. We left pleased and satiated! Excellent wines by the glass are reasonably priced. I thoroughly enjoyed the pea hummus appetizer with naan. My companion found the cauliflower soup quite good too. The Motown and R&B mix lent itself to an entirely chill experience for these two flyers!
4 based on 232 reviews
My wife and I stopped in here during a recent trip. I had the 1/2 smoked chicken and she had the pulled BBQ chicken sandwich both were awesome! My wife bought two quarts of sauce to bring home she liked so much. I went back the next day for breakfast, it was amazing also. If you enjoy old time cafe style places don't miss the place!
4 based on 136 reviews
Situated near Hartsfield International Airport, Volare provides diners with finely crafted seasonal cuisine, using the freshest ingredients hand-picked from our local farms and vendors.
We chose this restaurant because it had good reviews plus vegan options.Wine was excellent and a generous pour, and we were able to try a couple of alternatives to make our decision.Food was excellent, including my wifeâs seared chickpea cake entree and my strip steak. Service was outstanding and prices reasonable.
4 based on 799 reviews
Came in to the restaurant with my first impression being several waitresses at the entrance looking like they wanted to be anywhere else, and I wondered if I should be elsewhere too.Once we sat down, things improved.Our server was engaging and helpful. She pointed us to three very good to excellent dishes along with sinful desserts. Very satisfying.As we left we saw some of the the same bored faces hanging out in the front. I think the team could use some motivation as the food definitely draws the diners, and a smile upon entering and a thank you as you leave would instill a better impression.Thank you, we appreciate you taking the time to give us a review.
4 based on 271 reviews
A pub-style restaurant near the Atlanta Airport.
Change of ownership could mean a positive change in service and menu. So far it has not. In fact, the night we went the chopped salad was mostly iceberg lettuce, not well chopped, with much fewer toppings than under prior management, and the $6 skimpy piece of add on chicken was sadly over cooked. It was served 15 minutes after the other two meals at our table at had already been served. They were out of two main stay dishes -Sheppardâs pie and bangers and mash.Letâs hope for better things to come. Soon.
4 based on 395 reviews
The CORNER grille serves Lunch and Dinner daily & Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-3pm. Entrees are New American with Cajun Influences using a combination of Steak, Seafood and Chicken. The Corner Grille also serves Beer and Wine. Choose entrees f
In Atlanta for a meeting. Checked Trip Advisor for restaurants. The Corner Grill has some good reviews and is close to the hotel near the airport. Clean, warm atmosphere. Friendly efficient staff. Amazing food and beautiful presentation! Pork chop was the best ever. The lemon pepper chicken has a wonderful balance of flavors.
4 based on 628 reviews
Louisiana Bistreaux is focused on bringing the wonderful cuisine of Louisiana in a casual setting. Our menu consists of fresh seafood, steaks and other specialties such as, gumbos, Jambalaya, Etouffee's, etc
I was pretty excited about my visit. The food was good but I was disappointed. The spicy barbeque shrimp appetizer was good however i found it to be on the low end of spicy to my liken. I was anticipating a much spicier sinus clearing dish. I would order it again but request to turn up the heat. The shrimp were very good. I chose the Jambalaya and this was disappointing as it was extremely dry. Shrimp was good and the sausage was good. I avoided the chicken as the first chunky I ate was full of gristle and I just placed it on the side dish and ate no more chicken. It was extremely dry. It was tasty. As I just looked at my receipt I saw that I was charged $18.99 but on the menu on their web page it says $14.99. So that adds to the disappointment. My service was really great. The server was very attentive. As a note the security guard walking around the location I assume is a good thing but from being out of town was concerning. I thought the location was open till 11 but realized they were closing early when the server apologized that the unsweetened tea had been thrown out. I was offered soda or water neither do I drink. Time to leave. Thanks, We appreciate you taking the time to review your experience
The bat was nice and not too crowded. We got there late (after 11pm) on a Saturday night. The music is in keeping with the area, and super loud but everyone was super friendly. I got the Bob Marley to drink. It was big and super pretty but very strong! There was no cover, food was decent and the live DJ seemed to be having a blast!
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