Cook Hall - Atlanta
The menu focuses on shareable small-plates, which encourage groups to socialize in a convivial atmosphere. Cook Hall cocktail kits are available for guests to swizzle, stir and shake things up at their table.
Saturday and Sunday: 8:00am - 11:00am
Brunch Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Brunch Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Lunch/Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 11:30am - 12:00am
Sunday Dinner: 3pm - 10pm
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Sun 11:30AM - 1:30PM 5:30PM - 8:00PM
Mon 12:00PM - 1:00PM 5:30PM - 8:00PM
Tue - Fri 12:00PM - 1:00PM 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Sat 11:30AM - 1:30PM 5:30PM - 6:45PM
Great food!! Excellent service.
Phenomenal service. Had coffee and water. Server realized we were using raw sugar and brought us more without us even asking. Water was never past the halfway point. The food was sensational and very worth the price!
I’d say the only issue is parking, but that’s something expected when eating in the downtown area.
The service was good but the food was not. I have dined here many times and it was not up to par. The roasted chicken was sitting in a pan of oil and was not good.
I've got mixed feelings about this place after visiting for lunch yesterday. I've heard wonderful things and decided to give it a try with some coworkers during our lunch break.
The service was mediocre. The menu states that the lunchbox service will be completed from beginning to end in 30 minutes, and it took over 25 minutes to get our first course. It also took them over 10 minutes to get our drinks to us. There was only 1 other table there, so we were a bit confused as to why the service was so slow.
The food was hit or miss - some of it was delicious (pana cotta, chicken wings, chicken panini, salmon) and some of it was so bad that we couldn't believe it was on the menu (namely the deviled eggs - extremely bitter, weird sticky texture and a horrible after taste).
I want to go back to try some other things on the menu I've heard good things about, but I don't know that I would recommend this place over other options in the area. I would just say to keep expectations low.
The Good - overall I enjoyed my experience at Cook Hall. We sat outside and even though it rained, it wasn’t too bad. We stayed outside under the patio umbrella. The food came out in great timing, the staff was pretty attentive, checking on us even through the rain. We were given towels which was nice! We order the duck tacos (super yummy) , the brioche French toast, side of seasonal fruit, bacon and eggs. Everything was good, hot and fresh. Also for drinks we had a mimosa and cappuccino with a shot of baileys in the side both were yummy.
The Bad - upon arriving there was no host to great us. The restaurant was empty and so we just kinda wandered around until we were greeted by the food and beverage manager Mike. We waited about 5-7 minutes. Not terrible but definitely can be annoying for some and we almost decided to leave.
Additionally, Mike seemed to be working the FOH by himself. He greeted/sat us, brought us our water, took our orders, check on us through the rain and closed us out. Really appreciate his service overall!! Even though the beginning seemed like things were going to go bad, I think by the end I was satisfied. I would return if I was in the area.
Easy to find in the maze that is Buckhead- find the W hotel- it’s on the street level of the hotel. Interesting sophisticated pub feel, outside seating is an option. Really interesting food that features fresh and local. I had the chilled cucumber soup with lump crab, so so so good I wanted another bowl. The actual chef delivered our appetizers so that was a nice touch. The duck tacos were to die for. Book a table and find this spot and enjoy !
The Brunch menu was unique and tasty. I had the Grattan and my friend had the omelet of the day. Bother we’re delicious and we shared a homemade sticky bun, which I would really call a cinnamon roll, Not gooey, and not too sweet. The service was excellent, Michael and the other staff were attentive and personable. The place can get a little loud, especially with the tv blaring at the bar, which is only a few feet away.
We ate there for breakfast. Average food and average service. If you're staying at the hotel, this could be an ok food option.
It was pretty quiet during lunch on a Wednesday. Definitely getting the duck tacos again and the service was great!
Burger bun was stale. Also the Burger came with fries and the menu didn’t say that it did and so we ordered a separate order of fries which was not necessary.
I enjoyed Cook Hall. The brunch menu had some variety. The frittata was superb with the potatoes. The waiter Michael was wonderful. He was very accommodating and had the best smile. See you on the big screen soon Michael. The whole staff including the Chef sung happy birthday to me and gave me the best chocolate cake. I will definitely be back
Was excited to try for Brunch, but for some reason they decided not to serve brunch last Sunday??? Hate to rate the food poor since I only had coffee.
2 tables occupied in the space and the wait to order or get food was very long. Even went to the bar to get second round of drinks since waiter was preoccupied. Unlikely we’ll go back.
Waited for over 15 minutes for anyone to greet us, stared at half eaten food on a dirty tray next to us for an hour. There were less than 10 people in total in the restaurant yet for some reason service could clearly not handle it.
This is a hidden gem. A cute and quaint rustic bar feel with great food and amazing service.
It was pretty bad from start to finish. I'll not be returning.
Server checked on us one time while she focused on two other tables.
Took a minute to get seated cause nobody was out at the host stand or on the floor .
Waitress was very nice but was unable to answer questions about what we ordered .
Food was great , very yummy !!
Second visit to see if my first experience was just a fluke but still extremely slow service. Red Snapper has No favor. Very limited menu selection. Do not recommend this restaurant
Excellent food, nice atmosphere
So nice to be able to meet w friends and actually hear the conversation. Also always great to find a good spot for late brunch. Found both at Cook Hall. Valet parking is definitely a plus on a chilly rainy Sunday afternoon. Good service, good choices and good food. Didn’t try the more decadent options like french toast or sticky buns but did like the hot crispy potatoes as a side to egg dishes. The egg white frittata was just okay but companions liked their egg dishes. Would recommend rather than waiting in line at other Buckhead spots.
Extremely slow food service
Brunch. Seems like you have to valet. Good service though. Nice place. Good food.
Loved the ambiance and the guitarist and the food!!
We came on Vday and the atmosphere was nice. Live music was exceptional and the performer came over to greet us. Out was great. Food was exceptional. However, the waitress seemed to have forgotten us and we ordered a half dozen oysters and only got 5. My wife was getting irritated.
Food Cook to perfection, recommended
Friday night and the place was empty. Less than 10 people. We had great service, a delicious cheese board, but it was awkwardly quiet.
The menu on Open Table looked very creative and different (Buttermilk Ricotta Pancakes, Avocado Toast).
We got there and discovered a boring hotel menu. It took a long time to get water and coffee. One of our Party asked for hard poached eggs for her Eggs Benedict and all of the Eggs Benedict had hard yolks (Even though two of us had commented that we liked our poached eggs soft). The only bright spot was the validation of mandatory valet parking.
We were in Buckhead during a snow event. Therefore our experience was not what we had originally expected. We were happy to find that Cook Hall was still open for our reservation. They were running a limited menu due to the snow and reduced staff that it created. Being a fish guy, I had the snapper, it was nicely prepared and the potatoes that accompanied it were excellent. The service was top notch, and the dining area quiet (probably because Atlantans don’t go out in the snow).
Asked for two steaks medium well. Came out well done. Sent back came out med rare. Wtf Manager ignored our table most of night tried to offer us a discount we were already getting.
Unfortunately our reservation was the day the restaurant got bought out so the wait staff, kitchen, and management were all still adjusting to new ownership. On top of that, the city was reeling from 5” of snow the night before (yes this is in Atlanta...), so the restaurant wasn’t able to accommodate a brunch reservation as they didn’t have food/ingredients for brunch menu anymore. We ended up going somewhere else since we really wanted brunch, but the ambiance there seemed to be nice. Hopefully the new owners will keep the feel/vibe of the place - if not, I’m curious to see what it becomes.
We had company in town, and they wanted gastro pub food. The restaurant called to confirm our reservation, and mentioned nothing about the menu not being available during our reservation. Only until we sat at table and asked for menus, did they proceed to tell us that the only food option was a latin food bar for $34 per person, that was very sub par in flavor and quality
This was the perfect spot for Thanksgiving Lunch with my son. We both wanted something lite - with an upscale flair. Very nice venue; great staff; excellent food; and great experience.
Good food in general for a hotel restaurant.
Terrible. The staff was fighting about something, had no interest serving customers. It was empty and we couldnt get service, so we left.
Good but not great. I think the hype was bigger than the dining experience. Really great waiter though... he gets a thumbs up!
Came to Cook Hall for Sunday brunch. Waiter was cranky, grits were bland and burned tasting, and the rest of the food was overpriced. Not surprised it was almost empty.