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About 5 Seasons Brewing Co. - Prado
5 Seasons Brewing is passionate about serving local produce, all-natural meats, and artisanal cheeses. We believe in conserving the spirit of the farm and supporting local farmers. We are also acknowledged as the center of Atlanta’s beer culture.
Sandy Springs, GA 30342
Brewery, American, Organic
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday:12:00pm - 4:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Friday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Roswell Road, inside the Perimeter
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We can bring the same fantastic cuisine from our restaurant to your next event anywhere in the Atlanta area! Visit our events page on the website to learn more! http://5seasonsbrewing.com/private-parties/prado-private-parties
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Our two private rooms can accommodate groups of many sizes! With our outstanding organic farm to table cuisine and house brewed craft beer, 5 Seasons is a perfect place to host a wonderful event! Rehearsal dinners, weddings, corporate luncheons, reunions, birthday parties, meetings and more! Visit our events page on the website to learn more! http://5seasonsbrewing.com/private-parties/prado-private-parties
5 Seasons offers the best, freshest local and organic ingredients on our menu as well as our award-winning house-made beer in addition to a full wine and liquor selection at our bars. Our convenient location offers 2 private dining spaces to help you host a delicious, fun and personalized gathering.
5 Seasons Brewing Co. - Prado Ratings and Reviews
We dined here for the Sandy Springs Restaurant Week menu. It was a little disappointing, although Amy, our server, was terrific and attentive. A glass of wine or beer was included in the Restaurant Week menu. My husband enjoyed his beer, but I found the "house" wine uninteresting. I had the scallops as an appetizer, and one was delicious. The other tasted old/"off." My husband enjoyed his beer cheese soup, which was spicy. For our entrees, the trout was good, but the potato chips were a little soggy. The asparagus was okay, but overcooked. My husband enjoyed his beef dish, but he said it was not very tasty. I enjoyed bread pudding for dessert, but my husband said his goat cheese cheesecake was overpowered by the lemon flavor. We've eaten here previously and enjoyed the variety of items on the menu; it's just that the Restaurant Week items did not meet our standards with each dish. We will, however, return to try other dishes in the near future.
We came on a Sunday and it was dead. Service was still very slow and food subpar at best. My husbands burger was so over cooked. My chicken over cooked and dry. The beignets say they come with 5, but it's really only 3. Kids eat free on Sunday but everything on the kids menu was ala carte so we had to pay for the side items. Also one of the friends that came with us got double charged. Make sure you check your bill!
We have gone here before and loved it. I'm wondering if this was just an off day because it was Mother's Day. It took 30 minutes to get drinks for half our table. My lamb tacos were so salty I couldn't eat them. The two frittata specials my mom and my husband's mom ordered were way overdone. Think dark dark brown around all the edges. I never write a negative review, and hope this was just a bad day for them, but just disappointed.
Love this place!
Every time I go to 5 Seasons Prado, I have a great time. The food is phenomenal (and they always have great specials), not to mention their own beer. Everything tastes fresh and you really get a good value meal for what you pay. Accommodates larger groups well and never is too busy to seat us (which I personally love). A great find!
I am a gentle reviewer and have worked in food service. We were excited to try their beer and food. Especially hopslam! We had no less than 4 servers walk past our table with NO eye contact for 12 minutes. It was beyond absurd. The poor hostess even tried to get a server to go to our section. We walked out and went to another establishment. Shame on your management for allowing this dismal customer service.
We have been going to 5 Seasons for years, and it is one of our top three restaurants in all of Atlanta. The food, service and location-made beer have never let us down, and we are willing to drive over 15 miles each way to eat here. We are foodies, and ascribe to the notion that we won't go to a restaurant where we could make better food than what is served. This place humbles my arrogance. The menu is dynamic and changing, and specials aren't created to make a quick buck, they are truly a special concoction that is worth getting instead of simply going for what's on the menu. We give this restaurant our highest recommendation with all our hearts.
We had a nice time though the service was not very good. The food was overall good but I think it's a bit overpriced for what you get. It's a very large space - a bit cavernous - so it's kind of cold and not overly comfortable. I would go back for a drink and appetizers but will likely not return for dinner.
Really enjoyed my meal, the carrot-chicken soup was some of the best I have ever had. I also had an organic green salad with chicken, chicken was very tender. Very pleased with the service. The noise level was as expected, a bit loud, but like I said, as I expected. Will return, as will my buddies.
I am never disappointed with 5 Seasons. The food and beer is always astounding. The service is stellar and I always feel like my satisfaction is important to the server and restaurant as a whole. From the Ropa Vieja to the Rabbit Enchiladas- the flavor, local ingredients, and presentation always leave me wanting more! The brewery is one of the best in the world and there are consistently new things to try.
Our waiter actually waited 23 mins before he checked on us again from the time he took my husband's plate until mine was taken. The restaurant wasn't busy, many open tables but he was MIA-a lot. And the recommendations for specials aren't great-undersea so see fish that was overlooked. Probably won't be back.
I have been going to the Five Seasons at the Prado since 2005 (including the brief period when it changed names), and it has always been one of my favorites. Unfortunately, I have to agree with other recent reviews that it has slipped substantially. Except for the onion rings, the food is still good but is no longer special. The onion rings smelled and tasted like stale grease. Long-time favorites such as the rice balls, pizza, and scallops were just OK. Only the alligator lived up to our prior experience. The service is just fair, and the beer also seems to have slipped. Maybe the restaurant has just run its course, or maybe there is a management problem. All I know is that it is not what it used to be. It convenient and for the most part OK, so I will probably return from time to time. However, there are competitors nearby that are just as good and that probably offer a better value.
Great Food, great setting, and while I like vibrant, they sat us near the patio door where a rock band was starting. We were with a few 85 year olds, which just wasn't smart on the hostess' part, nor the waitress when we questioned it. There were dozens of other open tables on this Friday night, but she seemed offended if we were to move. We dealt with it, but even if you love rock music , you want to be able to have a conversation during the dining part. Move outside after dinner for the music.
We hadn't been to 5 seasons in a long time, but after a Sandy Springs event that was great, we thought we'd give it another try for dinner. Sadly disappointed. Service was slow for ordering and unattentive on follow up. Beer was great, but food was only ok. Risotto (recommended by server) was thick and flavorless. Chicken dish was mediocre. I was hoping for a new regular spot, but don't think we'll be back. For some reason, the 5 seasons in Alpharetta is much better both in food and service.
Great dinner-----salmon outstanding!
Monk fish - creative, fun, very tasty!
Will go again.............great place for gluten free individuals who are truly gluten
intolerant and not just being gluten free as a fad!
Our server, Wesley, was friendly, informed, and very helpful!
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