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About grace 17.20
Since 2004, Grace 1720 has provided an inspired seasonal menu from our "made from scratch" kitchen offering fresh seafood flown in daily and prime steaks. We offer health-driven selections, merging deliciousness and nutrition. Grace offers a unique wine list and gracious care in service. In the wine country-inspired dining room, or fireside on the lushly landscaped patio, the dynamic culinary team offers a regularly changing menu of the freshest seasonal ingredients prepared simply and tastefully.
Private dining is available for groups up to 100, including high above the restaurant in our magnificent Upper Room accommodating 35; or for more intimate occasions, up to 10 at the Chef’s Table adjacent to the main dining area. Grace 1720 is the perfect venue for a wedding rehearsal dinner, bridal luncheons, birthday party and graduation party celebrations, important business meetings, and all special events with a goal of a caring, customized, and memorable experience.
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
American, Organic, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Sat 11:30 am–4:00 pm
Mon–Sat 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
Peachtree Corners Circle
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Grace 1720 has LIVE entertainment on Thursday and Friday evenings, from 6:00pm-10:00pm . LIVE entertainment is provided by very talented local artists, piano/vocalists and acoustic guitar/vocalists.
Public Parking is available in The Forum Shopping Center.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Grace 1720 is the perfect setting for special events and celebrations. Our beautiful restaurant is ideal for a wedding rehearsal dinner, bridal luncheons, birthday party and graduation party celebrations, important business meetings, and all special events with a goal of a caring, customized, and memorable experience. There are several beautiful private dining spaces, accommodating up to 100 people. Please contact our event coordinator at 678-421-1720 for more detailed information, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist in any way possible.
Our striking private spaces provide a beautiful backdrop for inspired celebrations, perfect for a rehearsal dinner, wedding reception, or birthday party. We proudly offer four private dining options: the magnificent Upper Room for up to 35 guests; the Chef's Table; or the patio or full restaurant.
grace 17.20 Ratings and Reviews
We have been coming to Grace since they opened their doors, and we find that they have been consistent with their food and service, so that’s why we keep coming back. Our server, Natalia was wonderful. Very sweet, attentive, and she made great recommendations. Thank you !
We had been rushing around all day and it was a great joy to have a fabulous meal at Grace. The sun had just gone down and the ambiance at Grace is spectacular. The menu variety never disappoints and service is always delivered with a smile, good knowledge of the food prep and wines along with timely but not overbearing visits to check on you. Grace is a find!
Fine dining, reasonably priced.
Outdoor area attractive but cold. Inside lighting a bit bright...
Good Service (thanks Dan).
Spicy chicken spring rolls are fantastic.
Biggest complaint: wine is seriously overpriced. Beer and cocktails standard.
Our entrees all delicious: Duck, Chicken, Scallops, Shrimp--all devoured happily.
We celebrated my mother’s 88th birthday with delicious food and drink. Amanda, our server, was attentive yet not obtrusive. We were not rushed, and each course came within a timely manner. We did have to wait for coffee to brew, but we didn’t mind. From salads to entrees to dessert-everything was fresh and tasty!
Grace never disappoints. Service is impeccable. Gregory made our late lunch for 2 on the patio absolutely brilliant and enjoyable. He has served us several times and is very knowledgeable about the menu and wines. A five-star outdoor meal on a perfect autumn day.
Our sever Jamie was the only saving "Grace" for this dinner. It was my husband's birthday so we decided to try. The pulled pork flatbread was amazing. They had a fish special called Corvina and the presentation was beautiful. My husband said the first piece he ate was good the second piece was dry. I choose the braised short ribs dish. I asked Jamie and she said it was new on the menu and could not really say. I am not sure if it was the meat or the cooking. It was chewy and dry. It came with puree parsnips and kale which was yummy. I sent it back. Now comes the reason I have so little stars. The manager came over and I explained it was dry. He asked if I wanted anything more. I said, no because my husband was done eating and it was late. He continued his conversation and started to negotiate that I be charged for half the plate since I ate most of it... Really? I pulled the whole rib apart worth my fork to see if maybe it was just the 2 bites I had were dry. Never the less you are going to argue with a customer about taking 1/2 of the meal? I thought maybe I was at a Dennys instead of a place on open table. When we arrived my husband noticed it was ladies night and you get 1/2 off of appetizers. I told the waitress it was my husband birthday and she said they give complimentary dessert. Wow so unexpected. When the bill arrived the manager did take the meal off after the 5 minutes of accusing me off eating half. But the appetizers was full price. So I said something and she came back and said you can't have both. Meaning you can't have a birthday dessert and the offering of ladies night 1/2 off appetizers. Boy oh boy. As a foodie I must admit this was a crazy embarrassing birthday dinner with my husband. Never the less the outdoor patio was lovely and Jamie the waitress was very kind.
I enjoy meals at Grace 17.20. My only real problem is that the evening lighting is hard on my eyes...too dark or too yellow or something. I was in a booth facing the mirrored wall and don't know if looking out into the restaurant might have been better for me.
Last night was my first time back to Grace 1720 in a year and the decline in atmosphere, service and food was marked. We were seated and waited 15 minutes for our server to take our drink order and then when he did, I made the mistake of asking if I could get a cocktail with frothed egg white in it and then waited 15 more minutes for the answer (which was no). 40 minutes after we were seated we got our cocktails. We asked our server - when we saw him - about the delay and he told us that the kitchen was down one cook and it was very busy, but half of the table were empty so that made no sense.
We ordered a cheese plate, waited 20 minutes for a selection of cheese that looked like they had run across the street to Kroger to get and then no explanation of what was on the board. The manager delivered that to us and apologized for the delay and then made the rounds to several tables of not very happy patrons. We barely got started on that and our entrees came, along with a salad that was ordered to come ahead of dinner. “Oh, did you want your salad before your entree?”
Food was meh at best. My grouper was way overdone, my husband’s chicken was dry and tough, but my mother, who we had taken out to celebrate her 85th birthday, was happy with her scallops.
Our $15 cheese plate was comped and the bill was $200 before gratuity which was way too much for the food and experience. Grace 1720, it was nice knowing you.
Overall, an average experience. Very good staff, attentive and knowledgeable. Presentations of mains was very good, but that is about all there is to say to distinguish grace 17.20.
The pork chop was moist and properly cooked, but lacked the flavor you expect from a well-seasoned chop. It was simply bland. The same for the Saturday special Saratoga steak. Prepared medium as asked, just lacked proper seasoning. The mushroom sauce was too thin and watery, and too little in quantity for the large portion of mashed potatoes, which likewise were really bland.
Salmon was a restaurant standard portion controlled piece of farmed salmon with some seasoning. Again, solid prep. Pronounced lack of flavor.
The only thing that stood out with bold flavor was the shrimp and grits, even if the grits were a bit heavy on the cream, yielding a "fatty" mouth feel. The shrimp were done well.
Salted caramel cheesecake and creme brûlée were above average.
Need to make decaf espresso available. Need lessons in espresso-making. What was served was a demitasse of what looked like, was the viscosity of, and tasted like strong regular coffee. No foam/crema around the edge of the demitasse.
A "meh" ending to a"meh" meal among six friends.
The food here is always very good. However, I had a hanger steak that was over cooked, which was OK. There was a seasoning on the steak that I wasn't familiar with, it was bitter, I didn't like the taste. The rest of our table didn't mind it at all.
Excellent dining experience with a business associate. Especially the young woman at the bar and then later at our table, perhaps the floor manager. Her professionalism and service were outstanding. If she was not a manager she carried herself as such.
Food was excellent and truly enjoyed the cheesecake.
Will be back for certain - b2
We had a 9:30 reservation, and we were just about the only people inside or out on the terrace. The place was dead on a Friday night! Not sure why. The food was good, and the atmosphere was too. It wasn't cheap but it was priced similiarly to other restaurants serving the same food. We're from out of town, but this one surprised us.
Made dinner reservations for anniversary because of the variety of the menu and the price. Food did NOT disappoint. However, service was erratic at best. Seemed as if they were short staffed or communications lacking between wait staff, chef, etc. For example, entre was initially brought to table 5 minutes after appetizers were served. I eat fast, but not that fast. Then at times, wait staff was nowhere to be found. For dessert, coffee (which was luke warm at best) was brought out well before dessert instead of with dessert.
This used to be our go to restaurant for great food and attentive service. This time the food was just generally ok. My rack of lamb was slightly overdone; my wife's meal was average. Our server did not appear to be a trained waiter, definitely did not know how to serve a bottle of wine. Looking around, we noticed that none of the wait staff we used to see were there anymore. For the price, we expect a much better value and experience. Too bad, we will miss having a nice neighborhood restaurant, because we won't be back until we hear better reviews.
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