went with a very big group and they coped well. The food was pretty standard but staff were fast and efficient
I was hesitant to use the hotel restaurant but so glad I did. I'm Cuban so Atlanta was not a place I was expecting to find great Cuban food. By chance we were staying at the Hotel Midtown and decided to eat in the hotel. We were pleasantly surprised to find that the hotel restaurant was a Cuban restaurant. The... More
Arrived at breakfast at 8:15am and they were literally out of everything. The only fruit left was cantelope, no pastries left and the yogurt was plain and warm. Coffee had grounds had to ask for a clean cup. Paid $12 for deluxe continental and got hardly anything to eat.
The hostess did not greet us with a smile and seemed unhappy. She took us to a table and said the waiter would serve us shortly. In the interim, she poured us water in glasses from which she pulled table napkins (not a refreshing look). When we arrived, there were two other couples in the restaurant. We were seated next... More
If looking for an exceptionally nice place in Atlanta, go to Mojito ! Excellent Cuban food - and the friendliest and most helpful of service ! No liquor license yet, but if you bring in wine, no charges occur for corkage or glasses - very hospitable. The location is a bit challenging to find - off the lobby of the... More
I wasnt sure what to expect since the reviews on the restaurant were very mixed. The food was a little overpriced but we had Groupon deal. Our server was on top of things and took really good care of us. The food was pretty good. Overall we enjoyed dinner.
I took my wife to Mojito's for our date night. We had a great rime. We got there early on a Saturday night to avoid the crowds and had a great time. The atmosphere is nothing special, typical hotel restaurant. The food and service were both excellant. We started with a mojito of course, great flavor blend, not over minty... More
People seem to either love this restaurant or hate it. We enjoyed our meal here. The service was very good. Our waiter was prompt and attentive, without hovering. The food was flavorful, and the ambience was pleasant. Mojito's isn't exactly fine dining, but it is worth a visit, especially if you enjoy Cuban food.
Hubby and I went on a date night to Mojito on 10th street in Midtown. We had to circle the block several times looking for the restaurant and parking. Finally, we found it by driving up into the Hotel Midtown registration area. Our first surprise was that although the restaurant is named "Mojito", they had no menu of the mojito... More
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