Georgia Grille

★★★★★
  • 2290 Peachtree Rd NW

    Atlanta, GA 30309

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  • 404-352-3517

About Georgia Grille

Hours
Tue - Thu, 6pm - 10pm; Fri, Sat: 6pm - 11pm; Sun, 5:30pm - 9pm; Mon, closed

Food

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Before Facebook or even the World Wide Web, Karen Hilliard packed her bags and left her West Texas eatery to come home and open a southwestern restaurant in Atlanta- this was 1990. During its 20 years, Atlanta has seen many restaurants

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★★★★★

Before Facebook or even the World Wide Web, Karen Hilliard packed her bags and left her West Texas eatery to come home and open a southwestern restaurant in Atlanta- this was 1990. During its 20 years, Atlanta has seen many restaurants

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I have never had a bad time eating here. Great food, great drink selection, great environment. This place is just cool. The artwork, servers are unique. You will love it.

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★★★★★

I have never had a bad time eating here. Great food, great drink selection, great environment. This place is just cool. The artwork, servers are unique. You will love it.

Pros: food,environment,servers, drinks/wine selection, people/customers are cool

Cons: none

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Georgia Grille is like an old friend you haven't seen in years. And it has been a few years since we dropped by. We drive by all the time, and that location is just tucked into a tiny corner of this little strip center near Peachtree Battle. Karen Hilliard's menu is still right on. Her Lobster Enchilada's are still the best in town. The side of chrunchy Jalapeno Coleslaw is a perfect match. And don't forget one of the best Margarita's in town. It's not crazy big production, or super noisy, just small and perfect for a little Sunday night fun! Don't forget to try the Smoked Chicken Chowder, can be kicked-up a notch with a splash of Tabasco. We just love it!

2
★★★★★

Georgia Grille is like an old friend you haven't seen in years. And it has been a few years since we dropped by. We drive by all the time, and that location is just tucked into a tiny corner of this little strip center near Peachtree Battle. Karen Hilliard's menu is still right on. Her Lobster Enchilada's are still the best in town. The side of chrunchy Jalapeno Coleslaw is a perfect match. And don't forget one of the best Margarita's in town. It's not crazy big production, or super noisy, just small and perfect for a little Sunday night fun! Don't forget to try the Smoked Chicken Chowder, can be kicked-up a notch with a splash of Tabasco. We just love it!

Pros: Lobster Enchilada's! Good Margarita's!

Cons: Parking Can Be Tight!

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I went to the Georgia Grill last night. The service was awful! And to think because there was 6 of us they added gratuity! The food was very good taste-wise. The salsa on the nachos made a puddle at the bottom of the plate. I got the pork tenderloin. The ramakin of chutny was sitting on the pork (nasty), and the rest was covered under the fried collard greens. However, I understand why...there was only 3 quarter-size pieces! All for the low price of $19.00!!!! This places needs work...waaaayyy over-hyped!

1
★★☆☆☆

I went to the Georgia Grill last night. The service was awful! And to think because there was 6 of us they added gratuity! The food was very good taste-wise. The salsa on the nachos made a puddle at the bottom of the plate. I got the pork tenderloin. The ramakin of chutny was sitting on the pork (nasty), and the rest was covered under the fried collard greens. However, I understand why...there was only 3 quarter-size pieces! All for the low price of $19.00!!!! This places needs work...waaaayyy over-hyped!

Pros: Taste

Cons: Value, Service, Presentation

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I went here on a first date and had great food. The smoked chicken enchiladas weren't too heavy like a lot of Southwestern cuisine tends to be. The room is cute and cozy, not too loud, and the waiter wasn't intrusive.

2
★★★★★

I went here on a first date and had great food. The smoked chicken enchiladas weren't too heavy like a lot of Southwestern cuisine tends to be. The room is cute and cozy, not too loud, and the waiter wasn't intrusive.

Editorial from

The restaurant is named not for the state in which it's located but instead for the late Southwestern American artist Georgia O'Keeffe, whose work embodied the warmth and beauty of the New Mexico landscape. Despite that connection, it's…

 

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