Wisteria

★★★★★
  • 471 N. Highland Ave

    Atlanta, GA 30307

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  • 404-525-3363

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Had another wonderful dinner at Wisteria Saturday evening. We had the big guy with the beard as our server and he was fantastic. Recommended a couple bottles of wine off their reserve list since we were looking for a nice bottle. Settled on a Merry Edwards Pinot that was attractively priced at only $85. Great selection. Started with the Black eyed pea Hummus and sweet potatoe chips which was great. Then had the Tuscan bread soup and the endive and blue cheese salad. Bread soup had a little too much garlic, but was still great. Then had skate wing and corn grits, along with pumpkin ravioli. Both excellent. We decided not to have dessert since we were going to go to vine for after dinner drinks and dessert, but they were closing when we got there at a little after 10pm. We should have stayed at Wisteria since they have a great sampler dessert plate they call 4 bites. We did sign up for Wisteria's Nov 6 Flora Springs wine dinner. What a bargin at $85. 5 Courses and wines like Trilogy. They are only taking 60 people and when we made the reservation they were at 48 so hurry, you can't even find most of these wines. I was very impressed with the meal and wine pairings. Can't wait.

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★★★★★

Had another wonderful dinner at Wisteria Saturday evening. We had the big guy with the beard as our server and he was fantastic. Recommended a couple bottles of wine off their reserve list since we were looking for a nice bottle. Settled on a Merry Edwards Pinot that was attractively priced at only $85. Great selection. Started with the Black eyed pea Hummus and sweet potatoe chips which was great. Then had the Tuscan bread soup and the endive and blue cheese salad. Bread soup had a little too much garlic, but was still great. Then had skate wing and corn grits, along with pumpkin ravioli. Both excellent. We decided not to have dessert since we were going to go to vine for after dinner drinks and dessert, but they were closing when we got there at a little after 10pm. We should have stayed at Wisteria since they have a great sampler dessert plate they call 4 bites. We did sign up for Wisteria's Nov 6 Flora Springs wine dinner. What a bargin at $85. 5 Courses and wines like Trilogy. They are only taking 60 people and when we made the reservation they were at 48 so hurry, you can't even find most of these wines. I was very impressed with the meal and wine pairings. Can't wait.

Pros: Excellent food, wine and service

Cons: had to wait nearly 30 minites even with reservations, but worth it.

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What I like most about Wisteria is its total lack of pretense. It's not "done up" like so many Atlanta restaurants, where the decor is more impressive than the food. That's not to say I don't like the atmosphere...the hardwood floors and exposed brick walls make the place quite cozy. But the food is definitely why people come. The house-made ravioli with deconstructed pesto had so many wonderful flavors I was still talking about it two days after I ordered it. I'm really not a seafood guy and even I had to concede my friend's skate wing was good. And that's why Wisteria is becoming a favorite of mine ? the chef can take something I'd never order and prepare in a way that makes me want another bite. Somehow, I don't think the guys at those scene-y places could pull that off.

2
★★★★★

What I like most about Wisteria is its total lack of pretense. It's not "done up" like so many Atlanta restaurants, where the decor is more impressive than the food. That's not to say I don't like the atmosphere...the hardwood floors and exposed brick walls make the place quite cozy. But the food is definitely why people come. The house-made ravioli with deconstructed pesto had so many wonderful flavors I was still talking about it two days after I ordered it. I'm really not a seafood guy and even I had to concede my friend's skate wing was good. And that's why Wisteria is becoming a favorite of mine ? the chef can take something I'd never order and prepare in a way that makes me want another bite. Somehow, I don't think the guys at those scene-y places could pull that off.

Pros: Great food, great staff, great atmosphere.

Cons: None I can think of.

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Wisteria is our new favorite. Great creative dishes at very fair prices and way too much to eat. They have the best wine list that can be found with prices for mid to high end wines sometimes $20-$30 less than other "wine" restaurants. Their servers are excellent and very knowledgable about wine and you always get the proper glassware to make it an elegant experience. Wisteria is very highly recommended.

2
★★★★★

Wisteria is our new favorite. Great creative dishes at very fair prices and way too much to eat. They have the best wine list that can be found with prices for mid to high end wines sometimes $20-$30 less than other "wine" restaurants. Their servers are excellent and very knowledgable about wine and you always get the proper glassware to make it an elegant experience. Wisteria is very highly recommended.

Pros: Outstanding wine list, great food

Cons: Have to make reservations early on weekends to get in

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WOW! What a wonderful experience the whole evening was. I took my parents an my girlfriend there for my mothers birthday last night. Yummy! And very filling. We each got different meals and all of us enjoyed all of them. Our waitress Patricia, was more than helpful with suggestions about wines and starters. The scallops (small plate) are to die for but there are only two on a plate, so she suggested another starter to go with it, green tomatoes fries with blue cheese dipping sauce....(Yum) and plenty to share. I did make a reservation and requested the table by the windows. Everyone was so nice and service was prompt, friendly and timely.

2
★★★★★

WOW! What a wonderful experience the whole evening was. I took my parents an my girlfriend there for my mothers birthday last night. Yummy! And very filling. We each got different meals and all of us enjoyed all of them. Our waitress Patricia, was more than helpful with suggestions about wines and starters. The scallops (small plate) are to die for but there are only two on a plate, so she suggested another starter to go with it, green tomatoes fries with blue cheese dipping sauce....(Yum) and plenty to share. I did make a reservation and requested the table by the windows. Everyone was so nice and service was prompt, friendly and timely.

Pros: Service; ask for Patricia. Food

Cons: none!!

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My wife and I went to Wisteria for the first time on Friday night and it was one of the best meals I have had. The wine list is spectaular and very resonably priced. Our waiter suggested a wine from Sardinia that was fantastic. For our first course we shared the tomato fries and tuna tartare that were both delicious. For our entrees I had the pork tenderloin and my wife had the chicken with collard greens. Our server had suggested these items as the restaurant's signature dishes and I can see why. The sweet potatoes were exactly like my grandmother's at Thanksgiving. My wife is a fried chicken junkie and I think she may have found her new favorite. We were too full for dessert but I ended the evening with an ice wine. We will definately impressed by the cozy atmosphere of the restaurant and the attentive and relaxed service. My only complaint is that we had a slight wait before we were seated. I will definately make a reservation next time.

2
★★★★★

My wife and I went to Wisteria for the first time on Friday night and it was one of the best meals I have had. The wine list is spectaular and very resonably priced. Our waiter suggested a wine from Sardinia that was fantastic. For our first course we shared the tomato fries and tuna tartare that were both delicious. For our entrees I had the pork tenderloin and my wife had the chicken with collard greens. Our server had suggested these items as the restaurant's signature dishes and I can see why. The sweet potatoes were exactly like my grandmother's at Thanksgiving. My wife is a fried chicken junkie and I think she may have found her new favorite. We were too full for dessert but I ended the evening with an ice wine. We will definately impressed by the cozy atmosphere of the restaurant and the attentive and relaxed service. My only complaint is that we had a slight wait before we were seated. I will definately make a reservation next time.

Pros: service, food, wine list, atmosphere, valet

Cons: visibility: we drove past the restaurant

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Service was so alseep.. The bread came after the appetizer, after the first round of very bad drinks and then the entree, and whoops, now let's bring bread..how stupid. this is billed as first class service, oh, sorry, I forgot, first class for a Sat night in hot Atlanta, the tourists were all out , so they thought we locals had no class, well let me tell you, bring the bread out early and it was bad bread. please hire a new bartender..so bad.. no orange, in the orange.. drink.Horrible, signature drinks, stick with the overpriced wine.......
And they do not know the wine. Waiter was so awful, he just brought the check and slipped it in. We had to beg for bad dessert. How awful, bread pudding that was so way too stale.. Creme brulee that was over zapped by the sugar zapper, and the creme itself, forget it, so cold. should be warm with a light caramel crust, this stuff was fake plastic sugar top, and the pudding itself, cold as ice. Only good thing, a burger, but overcooked horrid onion rings. Forget the salmon, awful and the whipped potatoes must have been from the box from 1960, the intstant batch type. awful, you could taste the chemical taste in the powder. So very sad. Sorry, nothing else good to say, oh, the strawberry on the side of the plastic creme brulee was fresh
so awful.

1
★★★☆☆

Service was so alseep.. The bread came after the appetizer, after the first round of very bad drinks and then the entree, and whoops, now let's bring bread..how stupid. this is billed as first class service, oh, sorry, I forgot, first class for a Sat night in hot Atlanta, the tourists were all out , so they thought we locals had no class, well let me tell you, bring the bread out early and it was bad bread. please hire a new bartender..so bad.. no orange, in the orange.. drink.Horrible, signature drinks, stick with the overpriced wine.......
And they do not know the wine. Waiter was so awful, he just brought the check and slipped it in. We had to beg for bad dessert. How awful, bread pudding that was so way too stale.. Creme brulee that was over zapped by the sugar zapper, and the creme itself, forget it, so cold. should be warm with a light caramel crust, this stuff was fake plastic sugar top, and the pudding itself, cold as ice. Only good thing, a burger, but overcooked horrid onion rings. Forget the salmon, awful and the whipped potatoes must have been from the box from 1960, the intstant batch type. awful, you could taste the chemical taste in the powder. So very sad. Sorry, nothing else good to say, oh, the strawberry on the side of the plastic creme brulee was fresh
so awful.

Pros: burger

Cons: service, bread, parking, signature drinks, desserts, potatoes, onion rings

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The weather was newly warm this past weekend, and we were looking for a new dining destination. And Wisteria on Highland Ave. more than fit the bill. Tiny, cozy, and dripping with new Southern Charm. I don't know whats happening around the city, but New Southern Cuisine is everywhere. Our server was terrific, not Southern, but made a few recommendations. We both started with an outstanding Crab Bisque, very meaty, with Goat Cheese and Creme Faiche. Delicious. We split an Arugula and Grilled Apple Salad, with a unique Roasted Honey Pecan Dressing. A little sweet for me, but I did not let it go to waste. Calling my name, was the pan seared Skate Wing w/lemon butter and roasted asparagus. The best since my old favorite, and now closed, Le Coze at Lenox Square. Pure heaven. My companion opted for traditional Fried Catfish w/Remoulade Sauce. Better than any southern fish camp, I assure you. We were too full for desert, but I've already picked out my entree for our next visit. Wisteria is now in the same league as Restaurant Eugene, Saga, and JCT Kitchen. Who knew the south would come back like this?

2
★★★★★

The weather was newly warm this past weekend, and we were looking for a new dining destination. And Wisteria on Highland Ave. more than fit the bill. Tiny, cozy, and dripping with new Southern Charm. I don't know whats happening around the city, but New Southern Cuisine is everywhere. Our server was terrific, not Southern, but made a few recommendations. We both started with an outstanding Crab Bisque, very meaty, with Goat Cheese and Creme Faiche. Delicious. We split an Arugula and Grilled Apple Salad, with a unique Roasted Honey Pecan Dressing. A little sweet for me, but I did not let it go to waste. Calling my name, was the pan seared Skate Wing w/lemon butter and roasted asparagus. The best since my old favorite, and now closed, Le Coze at Lenox Square. Pure heaven. My companion opted for traditional Fried Catfish w/Remoulade Sauce. Better than any southern fish camp, I assure you. We were too full for desert, but I've already picked out my entree for our next visit. Wisteria is now in the same league as Restaurant Eugene, Saga, and JCT Kitchen. Who knew the south would come back like this?

Pros: Terrific New Southern Cuisine & Charm! Pan Seared Skate Wing!

Cons: Parking can be a little confusing at first, Safe!

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I chose this restuarant for a first date due to the great reviews on this site. I wasn't disappointed, I highly recommend this restaurant. I made reservations for 7:45p, we arrived early and were promptly seated. Service was outstanding, food was phenominal. I noticed there wasn't salt or pepper shakers on the table, not that the food needed any seasoning. I had the ahi tuna, cooked perfectly. My date had the atlantic cod and was very pleased with her choice. We started with the calamari, very tender. The food was so good we had to try desert. Creme brule for me & coconut pie for my date, both excellent! This restaurant will be on my list of favorites.

Our waitress Vivian took care of us. She was attentive enough and not overbearing. She made us feel comfortable and not rushed.

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★★★★★

I chose this restuarant for a first date due to the great reviews on this site. I wasn't disappointed, I highly recommend this restaurant. I made reservations for 7:45p, we arrived early and were promptly seated. Service was outstanding, food was phenominal. I noticed there wasn't salt or pepper shakers on the table, not that the food needed any seasoning. I had the ahi tuna, cooked perfectly. My date had the atlantic cod and was very pleased with her choice. We started with the calamari, very tender. The food was so good we had to try desert. Creme brule for me & coconut pie for my date, both excellent! This restaurant will be on my list of favorites.

Our waitress Vivian took care of us. She was attentive enough and not overbearing. She made us feel comfortable and not rushed.

Pros: Great service, Ambience, Exceptional food

Cons: Can be noisy at times

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I'm sorry, but after reading reviews here and other places, I was excited to take my date here for a romantic dinner later at night (9PM). Nothing could be further from the truth. The physical location wasn't promising and the valet parking is really the only option, which is a problem when you return for your car as the valets typically have several groups of people at once to manage between only two guys. Moreover, this is possible the least romantic place I've ever been that was billed anywhere as a romantic restaurant. Our table for 2, like every other similar table, was sandwiched between other tables with not even a foot of space between other diners in the noisy, crowded restaurant. I could not bring myself to ignore being so crammed in as if in a cafeteria--I've had much more pivacy in a crowded McDonalds. No one even asked for my coat until after I was sitting. I thought perhaps after some time it might quiet down as it was, even for a weekend, pretty late, but that did not happen. The saving grace for Wisteria is the food--it's fantastic and probably saved our evening. The wine list is in fact extensive and thoughtfully populated. Our food come in a timely fashion for the number of people in the restaurant and was great, naturally. The desserts were more than just an afterthought for the menu, which I appreciated. The price range is really better than even I expected, as well. Unfortunately, for this price range, and given what Wisteria bills itself as, I will not be back, and if you're looking for a romantic or a business location for dinner, I'd really recommend skipping it too. Just too cramped and noisy and in this city you can do a lot better.

1
★★★☆☆

I'm sorry, but after reading reviews here and other places, I was excited to take my date here for a romantic dinner later at night (9PM). Nothing could be further from the truth. The physical location wasn't promising and the valet parking is really the only option, which is a problem when you return for your car as the valets typically have several groups of people at once to manage between only two guys. Moreover, this is possible the least romantic place I've ever been that was billed anywhere as a romantic restaurant. Our table for 2, like every other similar table, was sandwiched between other tables with not even a foot of space between other diners in the noisy, crowded restaurant. I could not bring myself to ignore being so crammed in as if in a cafeteria--I've had much more pivacy in a crowded McDonalds. No one even asked for my coat until after I was sitting. I thought perhaps after some time it might quiet down as it was, even for a weekend, pretty late, but that did not happen. The saving grace for Wisteria is the food--it's fantastic and probably saved our evening. The wine list is in fact extensive and thoughtfully populated. Our food come in a timely fashion for the number of people in the restaurant and was great, naturally. The desserts were more than just an afterthought for the menu, which I appreciated. The price range is really better than even I expected, as well. Unfortunately, for this price range, and given what Wisteria bills itself as, I will not be back, and if you're looking for a romantic or a business location for dinner, I'd really recommend skipping it too. Just too cramped and noisy and in this city you can do a lot better.

Pros: Food

Cons: Location, noise, falsely advertised aspects

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I have recommended Wisteria for business dinners and romantic dinners for many friends. The food is great as well as the atmosphere and all very reasonably priced and friendly service!

2
★★★★☆

I have recommended Wisteria for business dinners and romantic dinners for many friends. The food is great as well as the atmosphere and all very reasonably priced and friendly service!

Pros: Food, Price, and Atmosphere

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Head to wisteria for consistently good food in a warm and beautiful atmosphere. The prices are reasonable and it's a great place for a date or for a group.

2
★★★★★

Head to wisteria for consistently good food in a warm and beautiful atmosphere. The prices are reasonable and it's a great place for a date or for a group.

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This place is perfect! Food is impeccable, w homey southern feel. This is the kind of place which is both romantic and comfortable at the same time. You walk in and feel like it's your favorite place! Great wine too! Yummy date place!

1
★★★☆☆

This place is perfect! Food is impeccable, w homey southern feel. This is the kind of place which is both romantic and comfortable at the same time. You walk in and feel like it's your favorite place! Great wine too! Yummy date place!

Pros: Everything! Even the neighborhood id romantic!

Cons: ? what cons?

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Went there for my anniversary and it was great! We love to eat out and are very selective when we do. This has made it into our top 5 in atlanta. Great service, great wine list(harder to find these days), and great food! Must try the Skate wing!!!! Nice and relaxed atmosphere. It is what a restaurant should be, a mini vacation to enlighten the taste buds and enjoy your surroundings. A++++

2
★★★★★

Went there for my anniversary and it was great! We love to eat out and are very selective when we do. This has made it into our top 5 in atlanta. Great service, great wine list(harder to find these days), and great food! Must try the Skate wing!!!! Nice and relaxed atmosphere. It is what a restaurant should be, a mini vacation to enlighten the taste buds and enjoy your surroundings. A++++

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I visited Wisteria on 8/19/2006 on a date. We requested a private table and we got just that. We were in a nice cozy corner of the restaurant. The wait staff were very attentive and we did not want for anything. The food both the appetizers has well as the entree's were very good and innovative. The atmosphere was very romantic. So much so that the couple at the table in front of ours got engaged that night. We will be back.

2
★★★★★

I visited Wisteria on 8/19/2006 on a date. We requested a private table and we got just that. We were in a nice cozy corner of the restaurant. The wait staff were very attentive and we did not want for anything. The food both the appetizers has well as the entree's were very good and innovative. The atmosphere was very romantic. So much so that the couple at the table in front of ours got engaged that night. We will be back.

Pros: Parking, Waitstaff, Food

Cons: Location

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Had not been to Wisteria in a while and was in the mood for comfort food. It may not be the best presentation, it is very good american dishes and much better than Food 101 whos name even says they are very basic and in the early learning stages. I had the duck and it was very tasty and well done and my partner had the summer papperdelle. The noodles were a bit thick and too much garlic, but a generous portion and lots of vegtables. They have a very nice wine list, good selection that is attractively priced. They serve wine the the "proper" glasses and their servers know and understand wine. I was impressed at the quality of their service. They added white butcher paper since my last visit (which I do not like) but I am sure it saves them money, but at least they clean between courses. Would not say Wisteria is one of my favorites, but worth a visit every now and then, and much better than the comfort food diner (Food 101) up the street.

2
★★★★☆

Had not been to Wisteria in a while and was in the mood for comfort food. It may not be the best presentation, it is very good american dishes and much better than Food 101 whos name even says they are very basic and in the early learning stages. I had the duck and it was very tasty and well done and my partner had the summer papperdelle. The noodles were a bit thick and too much garlic, but a generous portion and lots of vegtables. They have a very nice wine list, good selection that is attractively priced. They serve wine the the "proper" glasses and their servers know and understand wine. I was impressed at the quality of their service. They added white butcher paper since my last visit (which I do not like) but I am sure it saves them money, but at least they clean between courses. Would not say Wisteria is one of my favorites, but worth a visit every now and then, and much better than the comfort food diner (Food 101) up the street.

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Wisteria is one of my favorite restaurants in Atlanta. I think it's underrated though, or maybe just doesn't seem to get the recognition it deserves. I've yet to be disappointed there, no matter how often I go. The restaurant is fairly small, but has a really cool design to it - exposed brick wall, orginal art on the walls, rustic wood floors. The room gets really crowded on weekends - so definitely make reservations. Because of the small size of the restaurant and the crowds, it can get a little loud at times. All that aside, it is still a romantic experience. The food is some of the best in the city. Every soup I've tried here has been perfectly done. The entrees are all great as well, my overall favorite being the pork tenderloin. This is the first place I took the chef's suggestion and had my pork cooked medium (instead of well). I was so glad I did. The pork melts in your mouth.

2
★★★★★

Wisteria is one of my favorite restaurants in Atlanta. I think it's underrated though, or maybe just doesn't seem to get the recognition it deserves. I've yet to be disappointed there, no matter how often I go. The restaurant is fairly small, but has a really cool design to it - exposed brick wall, orginal art on the walls, rustic wood floors. The room gets really crowded on weekends - so definitely make reservations. Because of the small size of the restaurant and the crowds, it can get a little loud at times. All that aside, it is still a romantic experience. The food is some of the best in the city. Every soup I've tried here has been perfectly done. The entrees are all great as well, my overall favorite being the pork tenderloin. This is the first place I took the chef's suggestion and had my pork cooked medium (instead of well). I was so glad I did. The pork melts in your mouth.

Pros: Great food, Ambiance

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This place has the best chicken & corn pudding in Atlanta. The braised collard greens are the best and the squash soup, when it's on the menu, is so, so good. This is one of my top faves in the city for sure.

2
★★★★★

This place has the best chicken & corn pudding in Atlanta. The braised collard greens are the best and the squash soup, when it's on the menu, is so, so good. This is one of my top faves in the city for sure.

Pros: the menu, the wine list, the service

Cons: none I can think of

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My friend and I dropped by Wisteria on a Wednesday with no reservations to see what we could taste, & were impressed. Even after I showed up 30 mins late we were still seated promptly. Service was good, not too pressing. Our watermark appeitizer (the crab cake) came with corn & basil chips, which was different and tasty. She had the tenderloin meatloaf, me the pork, and although the potatoes with mine could have been a little softer, the sweet potato souffle was great counterpoint to the meat. For a small as the space is, there were no less than 3 large (10+ people) groups there, who all seemed to be having a good time. Good food, good times, bring friends.

2
★★★★★

My friend and I dropped by Wisteria on a Wednesday with no reservations to see what we could taste, & were impressed. Even after I showed up 30 mins late we were still seated promptly. Service was good, not too pressing. Our watermark appeitizer (the crab cake) came with corn & basil chips, which was different and tasty. She had the tenderloin meatloaf, me the pork, and although the potatoes with mine could have been a little softer, the sweet potato souffle was great counterpoint to the meat. For a small as the space is, there were no less than 3 large (10+ people) groups there, who all seemed to be having a good time. Good food, good times, bring friends.

Pros: Warm service, Complimentary valet

Cons: Small Space

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My family & I (8 total) ate at Wisteria the weekend of Mother's Day with some out-of-town inlaws. I was careful to pick a place that had majority good reviews & found very few negative reviews about Wisteria, so I decided to make reservations. The out-of-towners loved their food and ambience and the wait staff was very knowledgable and friendly. A couple in our party ordered the veggie plate, which was more of a mixture of the daily sides. I would recommend this dish for something different. Everything was cooked to perfection and I was complimented on my choice of restaurants. Obviously good for a big group, but might be an even better place for a quiet, romantic dinner.

2
★★★★☆

My family & I (8 total) ate at Wisteria the weekend of Mother's Day with some out-of-town inlaws. I was careful to pick a place that had majority good reviews & found very few negative reviews about Wisteria, so I decided to make reservations. The out-of-towners loved their food and ambience and the wait staff was very knowledgable and friendly. A couple in our party ordered the veggie plate, which was more of a mixture of the daily sides. I would recommend this dish for something different. Everything was cooked to perfection and I was complimented on my choice of restaurants. Obviously good for a big group, but might be an even better place for a quiet, romantic dinner.

Pros: Taste, Service, Ambience

Cons: 20 min wait w/ rsvp

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The appetizer alone made it worth writing this review. No appetizer in town can top the black eyed pea hummus! The wine list is fabulous, and the service is also tops. i have never had a bad experience at Wisteria.

2
★★★★★

The appetizer alone made it worth writing this review. No appetizer in town can top the black eyed pea hummus! The wine list is fabulous, and the service is also tops. i have never had a bad experience at Wisteria.

Pros: wines, service, valet parking

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this restraunt has a great wine list, very open range also offers higher end wines. to start with the service is impecable, from the front door to the table they do everything they can to make your experiance comfortable. i find there food to be freash, jason hill is the owner and head chef i have been follwing him for years. this restraunt is nothing short of amazing. so please do yourself a favor and dine like dineing was ment to be.

2
★★★★★

this restraunt has a great wine list, very open range also offers higher end wines. to start with the service is impecable, from the front door to the table they do everything they can to make your experiance comfortable. i find there food to be freash, jason hill is the owner and head chef i have been follwing him for years. this restraunt is nothing short of amazing. so please do yourself a favor and dine like dineing was ment to be.

Pros: everything, respectful, the staff

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A truly pleasant dining experience. The service was attentive and well versed. The menu selection was diverse and included unique touches to familiar foods. I had the skate, which was excellent. My companions had the special and the catfish which were equally as good. For the price, this restaurant is a jewel.

2
★★★★★

A truly pleasant dining experience. The service was attentive and well versed. The menu selection was diverse and included unique touches to familiar foods. I had the skate, which was excellent. My companions had the special and the catfish which were equally as good. For the price, this restaurant is a jewel.

Pros: Food, Wine, Service

Cons: Parking

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Me and my girlfriend went to wisteria for dinner a few weeks ago and man was it awsome. My server knew the wine list like the back of his hand, and helped us pick the perfect wine with our food. My girlfriend had the tuna and man was it good. I had the steak fillet with mac and cheese. It was slap your moma good. we also started with the mussels. They were as good as the smelled. We found our knew favorite place in the city.

2
★★★★★

Me and my girlfriend went to wisteria for dinner a few weeks ago and man was it awsome. My server knew the wine list like the back of his hand, and helped us pick the perfect wine with our food. My girlfriend had the tuna and man was it good. I had the steak fillet with mac and cheese. It was slap your moma good. we also started with the mussels. They were as good as the smelled. We found our knew favorite place in the city.

Pros: waitstaff, food, wine list

Cons: none

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exellent wine list. the front of the house manager; Katie is amazing. sophisticated comfort food. can't beat it!

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★★★★★

exellent wine list. the front of the house manager; Katie is amazing. sophisticated comfort food. can't beat it!

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I visited Wisteria for the third time recently and the menu has changed. I was a little upset that the catfish was gone, but they made up for it with amazing small plates. I had the pork belly(which sounds a little scary but was delicious), the fried lobster tail(what can I say except YUM), and the duck tostada(excellent as well). The wine list was elegant and eclectic. My server, Julie, was really great. Sevice was prompt, pleasant, and professional. Make your reservations now, this place is fabulous.

2
★★★★★

I visited Wisteria for the third time recently and the menu has changed. I was a little upset that the catfish was gone, but they made up for it with amazing small plates. I had the pork belly(which sounds a little scary but was delicious), the fried lobster tail(what can I say except YUM), and the duck tostada(excellent as well). The wine list was elegant and eclectic. My server, Julie, was really great. Sevice was prompt, pleasant, and professional. Make your reservations now, this place is fabulous.

Pros: service, wine list and food.

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my boyfriend and i recently dined at this charming upscale but unassuming restaurant this evening. We enjoyed everything about our experience. The food was pitch perfect and the service (Jeffrey is the best) right on. Jeffrey was very knowledgable about wine and helped us to select a perfect 1/2 bottle of white for our starters...and a fun 2/3 bottle of Pinot Noir for our entrees. I should note that the wine list is extensive and quite sophisticated...but not at all overpriced. The markup on wines at this location has to be the lowest I have seen for some time. I highly recommend that you try this spot out. And heh, ask for JEFFREY.

2
★★★★★

my boyfriend and i recently dined at this charming upscale but unassuming restaurant this evening. We enjoyed everything about our experience. The food was pitch perfect and the service (Jeffrey is the best) right on. Jeffrey was very knowledgable about wine and helped us to select a perfect 1/2 bottle of white for our starters...and a fun 2/3 bottle of Pinot Noir for our entrees. I should note that the wine list is extensive and quite sophisticated...but not at all overpriced. The markup on wines at this location has to be the lowest I have seen for some time. I highly recommend that you try this spot out. And heh, ask for JEFFREY.

Pros: WINE LIST, SERVICE, FOOD

Cons: n/a, n/a, n/a

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This was a great weeknight romantic restaurant. My dinner (maple-glazed pork tenderloins) and dessert (creme brulee) were scrumptous. I thought that the menu would have been a bit more extensive, but other than that, it's definitely rated as one of my Atlanta favorites. I would also recommend it for a small business dinner location.

2
★★★★★

This was a great weeknight romantic restaurant. My dinner (maple-glazed pork tenderloins) and dessert (creme brulee) were scrumptous. I thought that the menu would have been a bit more extensive, but other than that, it's definitely rated as one of my Atlanta favorites. I would also recommend it for a small business dinner location.

Pros: Valet Parking

Cons: Limited Menu

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This place remained hidden from me for 4 years, but now that I know about it--I can't wait to go back!! I visited Wisteria with a large group of people and all of us were thrilled about our meals. We had many different dietary needs, particularly special food allergy needs. All of these needs were met with competence and kindness! The food was amazing, so tasteful, with interesting combinations. I can highly recommend the crab cake, the steak, the rack of lamb, and ALL of the desserts.

I suggest making reservations, and be prepared for some noise. The dining area is small but packed, so it can get loud.

2
★★★★★

This place remained hidden from me for 4 years, but now that I know about it--I can't wait to go back!! I visited Wisteria with a large group of people and all of us were thrilled about our meals. We had many different dietary needs, particularly special food allergy needs. All of these needs were met with competence and kindness! The food was amazing, so tasteful, with interesting combinations. I can highly recommend the crab cake, the steak, the rack of lamb, and ALL of the desserts.

I suggest making reservations, and be prepared for some noise. The dining area is small but packed, so it can get loud.

Pros: Food, Service, Ambience

Cons: Noise

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Wisteria continues to be one of my favorites in the Highlands. Food is very good and creative. The mac & cheese is excellent comfort food that I just love. Not fancy, but delicious. Their wine list is very good and the prices reasonable. Definitely worth many more visits.

2
★★★★☆

Wisteria continues to be one of my favorites in the Highlands. Food is very good and creative. The mac & cheese is excellent comfort food that I just love. Not fancy, but delicious. Their wine list is very good and the prices reasonable. Definitely worth many more visits.

Pros: Mac & Cheese, Wine List, Service

Cons: Parking, Bar too small

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Wisteria has always been an excellent dining experience. The wait staff are courteous, friendly, and attentive. I eat here about twice per month and have had consistant service and food quality every time. My personal favorites are the Calamari, Tuna, and Tenderloin, though you can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Great wine list. Fantastic date restaurant!

2
★★★★★

Wisteria has always been an excellent dining experience. The wait staff are courteous, friendly, and attentive. I eat here about twice per month and have had consistant service and food quality every time. My personal favorites are the Calamari, Tuna, and Tenderloin, though you can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Great wine list. Fantastic date restaurant!

Pros: food, price, service

Cons: parking

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Wisteria is my favorite restaurant. Each time I visit it seems that the food, service and wine list keep improving. When friends and family come from out of town, Wisteria is the first restaurant that we take them. It is one of those spots where you always feel welcome. One of the special things about this place is that the service is exceptional. From the first time I visited they made me feel like family. The quaint atmosphere is very inviting. I highly recommend the pork ( the sweet potatoes are to die for!) and the steak with mac-n-cheese (incredible!) Also they have the best calamari in town. They have one of the most extensive wine lists in the city. The staff seems well educated and the manager even helped us to make our wine selection. I woulds suggest Wisteria to anyone looking for a great meal.

2
★★★★★

Wisteria is my favorite restaurant. Each time I visit it seems that the food, service and wine list keep improving. When friends and family come from out of town, Wisteria is the first restaurant that we take them. It is one of those spots where you always feel welcome. One of the special things about this place is that the service is exceptional. From the first time I visited they made me feel like family. The quaint atmosphere is very inviting. I highly recommend the pork ( the sweet potatoes are to die for!) and the steak with mac-n-cheese (incredible!) Also they have the best calamari in town. They have one of the most extensive wine lists in the city. The staff seems well educated and the manager even helped us to make our wine selection. I woulds suggest Wisteria to anyone looking for a great meal.

Pros: service, value, food

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I have given Wisteria a try 4 times in the last two months and the best I have had was an OK experience. The food quality is very poor, service needs work and hostess is stuffy and unfriendly. There are much better choices in the highlands. The atmosphere is cozy, which makes up for some of the food short comings. Also, a place with thier prices should not have a wines list that is printed on the back of their menu. They do have a few nice wine selections, but overall a very limited list.

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★★☆☆☆

I have given Wisteria a try 4 times in the last two months and the best I have had was an OK experience. The food quality is very poor, service needs work and hostess is stuffy and unfriendly. There are much better choices in the highlands. The atmosphere is cozy, which makes up for some of the food short comings. Also, a place with thier prices should not have a wines list that is printed on the back of their menu. They do have a few nice wine selections, but overall a very limited list.

Pros: atmoshere

Cons: food quality, valet only parking

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The atmosphere is relaxing and friendly. The staff is knowledgeable, gracious and very accommodating.
I highly suggest the crab bisque, and the herb crusted Lamb, it was exceptional.
I would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a remarkable dining experience whether romantic or with a group of friends. We will definitely be back soon.

2
★★★★★

The atmosphere is relaxing and friendly. The staff is knowledgeable, gracious and very accommodating.
I highly suggest the crab bisque, and the herb crusted Lamb, it was exceptional.
I would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a remarkable dining experience whether romantic or with a group of friends. We will definitely be back soon.

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This is one of my favorite places to eat! The services is attentive, but not overbearing. No one I've been there with has ever ordered anything that wasn't awesome! They have incredible wild boar sausage and the mushroom tart is fantastic (in the summer, it was a Vidalia onion tart). The owner/chef is on-site and very personable. The wine list is extensive, with several moderately priced choices.

2
★★★★★

This is one of my favorite places to eat! The services is attentive, but not overbearing. No one I've been there with has ever ordered anything that wasn't awesome! They have incredible wild boar sausage and the mushroom tart is fantastic (in the summer, it was a Vidalia onion tart). The owner/chef is on-site and very personable. The wine list is extensive, with several moderately priced choices.

Pros: delicious food, great ambiance, attentive staff

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Consistently good food -- try the catfish; the pork and beef dishes are excellent; skip the salmon. Service is sometimes less than what it should be but no reason not to go there. Much better than any of the restaurants in Va. Highlands.

2
★★★★★

Consistently good food -- try the catfish; the pork and beef dishes are excellent; skip the salmon. Service is sometimes less than what it should be but no reason not to go there. Much better than any of the restaurants in Va. Highlands.

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By far my favorite restaurant in Atlanta! It's the perfect place for taking clients or a date. The ambiance is intimate and beautiful. And, the food is excellent. Wisteria has the absolute BEST chocolate and vanilla creme brulee in the world!

2
★★★★★

By far my favorite restaurant in Atlanta! It's the perfect place for taking clients or a date. The ambiance is intimate and beautiful. And, the food is excellent. Wisteria has the absolute BEST chocolate and vanilla creme brulee in the world!

Pros: delicious, great valet service, no kids!

Cons: nosy, need reservations, not for large groups

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One of my favorite spots in Atlanta. The food is consistently good, the service is excellent and the price is right.

2
★★★★★

One of my favorite spots in Atlanta. The food is consistently good, the service is excellent and the price is right.

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Wisteria is the place we always end up going. It's perfect after a hard day. The setting is comfortable, welcoming. It works just as well for two people as it does eight. (and we've done both) The menu offers a great selection, changing just every so often. The food never disappoints. The service is outstanding and the wine choice good.

2
★★★★★

Wisteria is the place we always end up going. It's perfect after a hard day. The setting is comfortable, welcoming. It works just as well for two people as it does eight. (and we've done both) The menu offers a great selection, changing just every so often. The food never disappoints. The service is outstanding and the wine choice good.

Pros: valet parking, right size

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We have been to Wisteria many times and have worked our way through Jason's menu. You can't miss on the Catfish. You MUST try the Pork Tenderloin and the salads and deserts are to die for!

2
★★★★★

We have been to Wisteria many times and have worked our way through Jason's menu. You can't miss on the Catfish. You MUST try the Pork Tenderloin and the salads and deserts are to die for!

Pros: Great Menu, Romantic, Friendly

Cons: Slightly noisy

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Don't miss the catfish or the grits! Elegant setting that fits in perfectly with the neighborhood.

2
★★★★☆

Don't miss the catfish or the grits! Elegant setting that fits in perfectly with the neighborhood.

Pros: Southern cuisine, Fun local crowd

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Wisteria works well as a casual neighborhood bistro with brick walls, industrial elements and pleasant fine art. This comfortable dining environment with well-spaced tables both energizes and soothes with refined lighting. The comfortable…

 

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