Permanently Closed - Atria's - Morgantown
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Really enjoyed the fish sandwich, homemade chips, and beer today and my wife liked her large chopped salad.
Service was outstanding. The quality of the food was comparable to a large restaurant chain. Prices definitely did not meet the food quality
Went for New Year’s Eve; been 6 times or so. Every visit has been great from service to food. It’s a great “hidden gem” Morgantown!
Was very disappointed. The food was terrible. They messed up on our chicken and it tasted like they rinsed it of and put it back on the grill very very dry, and the rice was so clumped together it looked like mashed potatoes
Was really a great spot for a Thanksgiving dinner. Good menu.
We happened to be there on Thanksgiving. There was a set menu which provided way too much food for my husband and I, but it was quite tasty. The oatmeal stout was excellent. The most outstanding part of the evening was the interaction with our server, who was also tending bar. Such friendly, attentive and enjoyable conversation and service!
I frequently have Thanksgiving dinner at Aria's Morgantown restaurant. They have the best Thanksgiving turkey breast. The cranberry was delicious and the almond green beans. My sweet potatoes needed heated. They were cold. The mashed potatoes were also cold. Usually, the Thanksgiving dinner and or filet mignon are delicious. Service is somewhat slow, but it was quite busy.
The ratio Food Quality/Price is very low. I found the food really expensive compared to the quality. I think fast food places will have similar meals. I would not recommend this place.
After what started out as a bad experience, (We had to wait 20 minutes for a server to arrive at our table), the service was great and the food excellent. One of the managers's did come to our table to apologize, and comp'd us 2 free desserts for the trouble at the beginning. They did redeem themselves, so I gave them them a great rating.
Had a fantastic first visit to Atria’s! Visiting our son, a freshman at WVU, for Family Weekend and I found Atria on Open Table. I wanted to make sure we had a plan for Saturday night dinner. Food was great, my husband and I very much enjoyed offerings from their extensive Octoberfest menu. There was something for everyone on the menu and all choices were tasty! Service was excellent! Look forward to going back when we visit.
There were a total of 8 people dining at 11 am. It took forever to get our food. Not all of it was hot. One in our party ordered sausage but it was forgotten and came out late. Butter and syrup were not brought out with the pancakes and it took at least 5 minutes for them to be brought out.
I was surprised and disappointed because I have had dinner there and everything was fine.
Third time visit and the service was excellent, once again! All four of us cleaned our plates! Yum! Becca was our waitress - ask for her!
While it was a Football weekend, the restaurant was not busy. We waited a very long time to be served and the food was adequate.
Came in a half hour early took care of us right away and service was just as excellent as our home Atria’s in Pleasant Hills, PA
We were seated in the dining room per our request. It was my birthday, and I wanted to spend a QUIET dinner with family. 5 minutes after we were seated, the hostess seated a party of 4 right beside us! The entire room was otherwise empty. Please instruct you hostess to separate parties when possible. It was VERY annoying.
They did NOT GET OUR RESERVATION FROM YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fortunately, it did not matter.
The food and service was very good. . The recessed lighting over the booths are way too bright and we felt as if we had spotlights on us the whole time which ruined the overall feel of the restaurant.
We sat for 15 min without a waiter even approaching our table. I have had problems before at this restaurant with slow service. Once we got a server the service was good. Two people at the table ordered a ahi tuna bowl. It was $17 with no salad. It was basically a bowl of quinoa and vegetables with maybe 2 oz tuna. Then someone at table ordered several old fashions to drink. They charged $12 a drink which was a small glass filled with ice before the drink was even made. We have decided never to go back.
We were told when we arrived they didn't have reservation. Showed them my OpenTable confirmation. They said that OpenTable didn't work for them. Huh? Then, tried seating us in a room adjacent to dining room filled with chairs and tables. Relocated us to main dining room after we complained. Floors were dirty. Staff was nice, but hampered by poor management and slow kitchen. Disappointing.
I had made reservations for Mother's Day at 1pm. We get there precisely at 1 and the restaurant was packed. We were told at 1:30 that it would be at least another half an hour wait to be seated even though we had a reservation. We weren't the only people waiting either. It was mid-afternoon and we were hungry, so we ended up leaving. Management wouldn't come out to speak to us, he sent the host to apologise for the oversight. He was very nice about it but seemed extremely frazzled. They were definitely understaffed for the holiday weekend.
It was Mother’s Day. The greeter was unorganized. We had reservations but it took about 20 minutes to be seated. Our waitress was very good. Unfortunately it took so long to get our food the manage did not charge us! The food was very good when it finally arrived.
Long long wait for dood
Exceptional food! Shared risotto bites for an appetizer and had the grilled steak salad. Yum!
WE always enjoy dining at Atria"s. The quality of food and the atmosphere and the service are always outstanding. The prices are very reasonable as well and a nice place to go for holiday brunch or dinner as well. We highly recommend!
Fish sandwiches were excellent along with a good ipa...
Drinks and appetizers were great but had to wait an hour for dinner. Staff checked on us a few times apologizing for how long it was taking. Dinner for two of us was great , bbq pork and pot roast! The other two did not like the ribs at all. They did not charge us for dinner since we had to wait so long. Would go back again since appetizers and two meals were so good and they have great customer service.
For a restaurant in a Holiday Inn, it is definitely a quality environment. If free standing, it might be five star. However, with the clientele being from a broad spectrum, the menu matches that! That said, I rated it 4 stars!
It was amazing. The smooth atmosphere. The great food and the quiet atmosphere complimented the wonderful staff very well!
Only problem was the table was wobbly and I asked for a booth in a corner but they didn’t read I wanted that, also the fake side rock needs to be redone as it’s not perfect.
We had reservations but waited for someone to seat us for over 15 minutes. We stood at the front desk (with open tables) and 2 other couples waiting as well, for well over 15 minutes. Workers walked past us and didn’t say anything. But after we finally got seated, the service was good and the food was excellent.
Great New Years dinner!!!
Celebrated our anniversary. The food was great. Waiter took great care of us. Happy hour was a great value in appetizers and drinks
Our first time was Christmas Eve dinner. Very nice atmosphere, pleasant ambiance, excellent waitress and good food.
The service was okay. The food was a little better than good but not very good. My bbq meatloaf was charred on the edges. Mashed red potatoes were cold. The salads were good and the garlic vinaigrette was delicious. My husband's chicken piccata was moist and flavorful. The cocktails were awful and a short pour. Sickening sweet winter cranberry martini. The glasses weren't even half full which I mentioned to the server. He subsequently asked if we wanted more juice added. Seriously. I absolutely hate this but the menu listed the drinks at $9, we were charged $10 each. I hated having to mention it but we'd had 3 of them. He took our bill back and removed $2.50 from it. I didn't say anything because I already felt like an a** for mentioning the $3 overcharge but apparently math wasn't his forte either. There are too many good restaurants in Morgantown to waste on Atria's again. It wasn't at all like the Atria's in Canonsburg.
We were in from out of town visiting our son and looking for a nice place for Thanksgiving dinner. Atria's was perfec! Delicious, traditional turkey dinner. Thank you!
Service was awesome but the food was just ok. They did have a great liquor selection and once again service was on point. After a football game it was nice to get a reservation and walk right in instead of waiting.
Celebrating Oktoberfest this evening.. wunderbar Oopah Band and appetizers. When we finally ordered, we waited a long time--one hour-- then the Manager said the veal was bad could I substitute (which was the proper thing to do).. so start to finish we waited 1 1/2 hours for dinner. But the meal was absolutely tasty and delicious. Cheesecake ok. The Manager apologized for the delay and substitution, an comped the bill... not expected at all, but thankful. We will go again. Too Long, but good.
Avoid the Chicken Picatta. It is bland and tasteless. Chicken Parm and Chicken Caprese are excellent.
Permanently Closed - Atria's - Morgantown offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (304) 381-9616.
Permanently Closed - Atria's - Morgantown is rated 3.9 stars by 107 OpenTable diners.