Husband and I recently visited for brunch. They had some good reviews online and the food sounded tasty. I'd say it was an average meal with a cool ambiance. We had to wait for a table, which was fine, given that it was about Noon on a Sunday. But, there is not a good place to sit if you're waiting and the bar is full. We ended up waiting outside. Thankfully things are cool this August in Atlanta! Once we were seated, I was very impressed with the surroundings, but notsomuch with the waitstaff. Took about 10 minutes before anyone stopped by, as we watched tables around us get waited on immediately. The first person who stopped by was not our server - just someone who didn't speak, but dropped off silverware we didn't need, since there was already some on the table. When our waitress came, she was so awkward it was uncomfortable!! She spoke barely above a whisper. She took forever to bring our drinks, didn't bring cream for the coffee even though we requested it, and we had to ask her to bring stirrers. She did finally admit it was her first day off training. Not fair to subject her - or us - to her first day during a busy brunch. The food came out really quickly, which was a big pro. It was only OK, sadly. I had the lemon pancakes and they were good, but my husband's chicken and biscuits was dry. Major fail to serve dry biscuits in the South!! All in all, I'd say for the price, eh, save your money and head over to Flying Biscuit.
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