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About Park 75
Located in the heart of Midtown and inside Four Seasons Hotel, Park 75 is the acclaimed restaurant widely-known for making celebrities feel like normal people and normal people feel like celebrities.
With Executive Chef Robert Gerstenecker at the helm of Park 75's culinary team, each dish is an experience in dining at its best.
In the words of Atlanta Journal-Constitution food critic, Meridith Ford, "eating Chef Gerstenecker's cooking feels a little like watching an Olympic skater. He makes it look so easy."
Locals rave about Park 75's breakfast and brunch.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 6:30am - 11:30am, Sunday: 7:00am - 10:00am
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am - 2:00pm (Buffet closes at 2pm)
Afternoon Tea: (Private parties only. Reservations required via phone)
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking
Arts Center Station- MARTA
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Enjoy our Sunday brunch in Park 75 from 10:00am - 2:00pm offering a buffet with different stations, from iced seafood to pot pies, fresh composed salads, to different breakfast items, highlighting our crepes, waffles and eggs at our live action stations made to order by our talented culinary team as well as enjoying a great atmosphere featuring a Jazz trio from 10:30am - 1:30pm.
Park 75 has an exclusive invitation to the Chef’s table. Chef Robert Gerstenecker invites you into his kitchen for a dining experience like no other. For more information or reservations, call 404-253-3840
Park 75 Ratings and Reviews
My visits to Atlanta now include a Sunday brunch at Park 75 with my Granddaughter, who loves the experience. My gold standard for is the Houston Four Seasons; the Park 75 can’t match its variety and size, but its brunch offers sufficient breadth and high quality, in a pleasant environment, conducive to conversation .
Having stayed and eaten at various Four Seasons in the past, we thought we would take friends to brunch at the Four Seasons while we were visiting Atlanta.
Friends were impressed and we thought we'd done good job taking them there. Service was of the usual high standard.
However, we have been to better Four Seasons. The lobby was disappointing with a lack of the usual brilliant floral display. The vegetables were luke warm at the brunch with dishes not being replenished quickly enough.
The Halloween desserts were a good touch especially for children but maybe not so much for adults.
We look forward to our next visit to a Four Seasons Hotel.
Lovely Sunday Brunch, reminiscent of many jazz brunches in New Orleans. Cold steamed Seafood was excellent. We even had some spicy crawfish. Salads were crispy and had numerous toppings. Omelets were lovely and hand delivered to our table. Desserts were creative for Halloween. We found the food spread set up in the hallway a little awkward, but we got over it once we dug in to the good food.
I just think that the quality of the food was not worth the price. The taste of the food offered for the Easter Brunch buffet was really worth about $60 instead of $110. I really had high expectations based on the recommendation I received regarding the Father's day brunch.
Park 75 is cute, upscale and lovely. We had arrived a little late for 7:45AM reso [and in fitness attire] but no one else was in the area that we were in, so it felt quiet and private, and we were comfortable. I had arranged for an early breakfast date, but our server Topher, was energetic, conversational and outstanding. We were seated at the couches in between the chandelier and the window and tried the Belgian waffle [with a Georgia touch] and the Southwest breakfast. Both were tasty and highly recommended.
We visited Park 75 For New Years Day Brunch. While our Server Mandy was attentive and gracious, we could overhear other Servers complaining about Guests and that they were working on New Years Day. The food quality was fair and not kept neatly organized and fresh between Guests. It was not a well organized New Years Day Lunch. Very disappointing as we live close by and have enjoyed dining here in the past.
When we arrived - we had to stand in a long line to check in with the hostess. She seemed very unorganized. There was not a table reserved for us even though I had made a reservation for 4 a week early. We had to sit in the noisy lobby right beside the check in station with chaos right beside us.Not a good experience. There was no one working the carving stations. Nice place, good food but the service is poor.
The food was really good. I got the salmon and bagel. My friend got the red velvet pancakes and we split the grits. The service was horrific. Their computers had gone done and they were struggling. I could have forgave the long wait had someone communicated to us the problem. Instead no one wanted to make eye contact and all the staff seemed to be avoiding tables. That is not the type of service you expect from a Four Seasons hotel.
My wife and I went to their Sunday brunch on our anniversary. For starters it was expensive, but the expense was justified with the comfortable atmosphere and outstanding variety of elegant and very tasty foods. For a Sunday brunch, prime rib, sushi, variety of seafood, breakfast eggs and sausage, many types of desserts and drinks. For us it was well worth the expense. Oh, all this with complimentary valet parking.
Went for Sunday Breakfast before the Brunch opened. There is a buffet that looks real good but we had our hearts set on Eggs Benedict so we ordered ala cart. Eggs and hashbrowns were excellent. Very well prepared and tasty. Fresh squeezed OJ and coffee were great and refreshed often. I will go back
The food was delicious. My husband had the omelette and I had the cornbread hash bowl, we decided to try the $16 pancakes curious taste them because we thought the price was ridiculous, but they were delicious. Totally not worth $16 for only three pancakes. Up the portion to at least 4 or 5 and the price won't be so ridiculous. We've had the experience but not worth return trip.
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