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4 based on 80 reviews
This is one of two restaurants at this airport. One is very expensive. This one is much more reasonable. The menu is a bit more limited but the burgers are excellent (hand formed patties) and they had a delicious lemon desert. There is an outside patio as well as inside seating. One warning: you have to go up two flights of stairs to go to the restaurant. And, by the way, happy 30th anniversary! Go to their facebook page for daily specials.
4 based on 167 reviews
I brought my family to Savor for Mother's Day Brunch and it surpassed our expectations. They offered a beautifully laid out buffet.The staff was friendly, professional and helpful. The chef Jackie Springer came over to our table to find out how we enjoyed the food. Speaking of the food--everything was fresh and delicious from the cracked crab legs, salmon, shrimp, fried chicken, shrimp and grits, etc. The atmosphere overlooking a beautifully manicured garden patio area and lake was great for taking pictures. They provided free valet parking, a rose and free mimosa for every mother and 1 free meal if you brought 3 generations. We will plan to come back again and again for our special occasions.
My wife and I ate a Saturday dinner here. The interior is gorgeous and the food and service were outstanding. There were very few other diners there so the atmosphere was quiet. Maybe they get more later evening crowds as they have music and dancing. This location has always had issues since the state put in a controlled access highway in the 90's. The whole shopping center was jumping when access easier for folks to get to it. Hopefully this will change and more places like Coaxum's will make it here.
3 based on 29 reviews
Just off I285 on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard North (take the first exit off of Peachtree Ind. Blvd.) This is Mexican like you have seldom tasted. Everything is perfectly spiced - right down to the rice and beans. They focus on steaks and seafood but there are other options. We had the shrimp empanadas appetizer. We received 4 full size empanadas for $7.50. The steaks run into the $30s for dinner they are under $20 for lunch. The seafood is around $15 - 20. We went with seafood for lunch it was wonderful. I suspect this place is very lively and loud at night but I donât know. We went for lunch - more low key and less traffic on 285. One thing to keep in mind you pay by the drink - even if you are drinking tea or a soda. No free refills here.
4 based on 178 reviews
I went to a party here for a birthday. WOW!!! All the menu items are tapas.. which means small plates. They have the most incredible selection of authentic dishes from Spain, Central America and some dishes that are American by design but Spanish in flavor. In addition, there is a great wine list. There was also a great band to keep in the Spanish spirit. What a night. I think we had one of everything on the menu - really good food. Go and enjoy - this is a real treat. Valet parking is a plus. It can be very noisy...not a place for an intimate conversation. You can see their entire menu on their website.
4 based on 591 reviews
We were at the nearby shopping mall and stopped in for lunch at the recommendation of our daughter who had eaten at another Seasons 52. It was the tail end of lunch so the restaurant was not crowded. There were plenty of drink and food options, and my daughter said the salmon is the best she's ever had. We also enjoyed the mushroom flatbread appetizer. The prices aren't cheap, but were appropriate for a bistro-type restaurant. We usually prefer locally owned restaurants, but you could do a lot worse than this upscale chain.
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