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About One Midtown Kitchen
One of Atlanta’s premier dining hotspots, ONE. midtown kitchen led a restaurant resurgence to Midtown and elevated the Atlanta culinary scene, and small plate trend, to national recognition. A one-of-a-kind concept in a renovated urban warehouse, ONE prides itself on using the freshest seasonal ingredients with wood-fired cooking to produce approachable, high-energy American cuisine and drinks. ONE boasts serene, understated décor with an incredible view of the Atlanta skyline, Piedmont Park and the bustling BeltLine.
Atlanta, GA 30324
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner only: Sunday through Wednesday 5:30pm till 10pm Thursday through Saturday 5:30pm through 11pm
$30 and under
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Valet is complimentary.
Matthew Weinstein + Christopher Maher
Private Party Facilities:
ONE. midtown kitchen is the perfect place for your next event, large or small. We offer a year-round enclosed, private patio that can accommodate 80 standing for cocktails or 50 seated for dinner. The restaurant itself can also be rented out for large gatherings of 350 people standing for cocktails or 200 for a sit-down dinner. The atmosphere at ONE is unsurpassed and paired with our unbeatable service and delicious food, your evening is sure to be perfect.
Private Party Contact:
Joe Nash: (404) 969-2141
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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One Midtown Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
Thanks to One for always helping to make our special occasions even more special!
Chef Matt serve red wonderful and well thought out dishes! The burger and fries are among the best in town! Love the calamari.
Bernie is our favorite waitress always taking excellent care of us!
Nick was mixing great drinks as usual.
Bob made us feel welcome from the moment we walked in! And thanks to John (GM) and Kat for making it a special night for us!
Can’t wait to go back
Valentines Day, we thought we would try something new. The menu there wasn't what I reviewed online. Food wasn't good at all. I ordered a lemon drop that didn't even come in a martini glass. I also went there set on trying the fried apple pie that is on the menu online to only be told they stopped serving it as of last week. The ambiance was good but it didn't match up with the food. Probably wont return.
My wife and I went there for our anniversary. From the time we pulled up to the valet stand until we left, we were treated like royalty. The service, food, and overall experience was outstanding. We are definitely coming back. Trust me you will not be disappointed when you come to the restaurant. A Midtown dining gem!!
I don't get it... It is nice "inside" this property but my goodness, it is way overpriced.
Our meal was okay but $100 before tip for one salad (beets), one appetizer (fries), one glass of wine and two entrees (scallops & flat iron steak) seems a bit out of line.
Our service was okay but not anything special.
And, while the "inside" is nice, the views immediately out the windows are an eyesore.
We ordered all small plates- the pork belly was the best; beets were good, everything else (hummus, calamari, and octopus) were just average. I had not eaten here in years and remembered it being good. But I must say I was disappointed in the food. I won’t be rushing back despite the good service and very friendly host!
We arrived at 6:30 and the restaurant was quiet. We brought our 9 year old son and unfortunately there is no kid menu. They could benefit from a kids menu as my husband decided to share the burger with him. If there had been a kids menu they would have benefited from him getting a $$$ entree and a kids item as well. I understand they probably do not want the restaurant to become romper room for families so I am sure they thought this out. The scallops were amazing. The server was excellent.
Awesome. Awesome. The ambience is urban chic, hip, warm and inviting. The service from the valet guy to Bob the host to the wait staff was impeccable. The food was outstanding. Our favorites (although everything was delicious) were the octopus small plate, swordfish and Kit Kat desert. HIghly recommend.
Chose this restaurant for a date night with my wife. We enjoyed everything about the place and would definitely return. Patrick’s service was great and the food (Chicken leg, and fried trout) were both delicious.
We also had the crab hush puppies which were good, but it wasn’t the jumbo lump crab that we expected, but more crab flavored hush puppies. Still good, just not what we had hoped.
Really fantastic evening. We’ve had this place on our “list” for a while and finally made it in. Love the decor, quiet and cozy without feeling empty. Hank at the bar was super cool and mixed up fantastic cocktails, and service by Ella at the table was precisely attentive and the meal was paced perfectly. Food was out of this word. Gnocchi is worth the trip by itself. Scallops were fantastic. Top notch meal all the way around. A new favorite!
We ordered three apps and after the delicious truffle fries, our entrees came out. We wanted to try the apps so asked to send them out anyway. I wish we hadn’t because aside from ruining the dining experience, the calamari was oily and the grilled octopus was salty and wasn’t very good. Both were half eaten if that. The scallops my friend ordered were delicious. But my fried trout was over battered and the center had uncooked batter which was soggy and oily. And the grits was just too buttery/creamy so was left untouched. Place itself was very nice. But with all the available options I would not return. Cocktails were nice.
The food was amazing, traditional dishes with a spin. The calamari with the indian spices was delicious and the gnocchi with lamb and mushrooms - yum, good comfort food for a cold winter night. The only drawback that evening was our server. He was pushy and over attentive in a negative way. We were trying to relax and catch up and he would not leave us alone to order and kept hovering over pouring water. I know it sounds picky but his manner was very abrupt and all of us were put off by him. We enjoyed the meal, but he did take away from the experience.
We celebrated New Year's Eve with a late dinner at One Midtown Kitchen. We arrived about an hour early and sat in the bar for a cocktail - and were surprised and delighted to be seated shortly after our drinks arrived. We ordered the baby beets with cashew butter and goat cheese, wood roasted mushrooms with ricotta, and the calamari with the tikka masala sauce to start. The small plates portions were really large, and we could have done with 2 instead of 3. All three were winners; the roasted mushrooms were really rich, and the calamari was nice and crispy, and the sauce a yummy complement. For mains we ordered Arctic Char, which was the best of the main dishes we ordered - perfectly cooked with crispy skin. That night's Parisian Gnocchi had duck confit in it, and it all would have been tasty except for a pervasive flavor of liver which wasn't a listed ingredient and I didn't care for. We had to pass on dessert because the plates were so filling. Vegetarian options were limited to a couple of the sides, and I would have liked to see a veg option as a main. Since it was NYE there were no substitutions, and we couldn't ask to have things held out. The house was full, but kudos to the restaurant staff - all seemed to be keeping their cool. Generally, the food is good, the atmosphere enjoyable, the staff knowledgeable.
My fiancé proposed to me on christmas (eek), so we made a last minuet decision to celebrate our engagement and ring in 2018 at One Midtown Kitchen. I'm very glad we did!! This is one of my favorite restaurants in Atlanta. Not only is the food exciting and waitstaff on point, but the ambiance is perfect for a romantic date night or just enjoying a quite evening in a modern/cool space. Thanks for taking care of us, ONE!!
Went here for New Years Eve - they had a special menu with many small plates options and a handful of entree options. We had a several cocktails - all very good (the bar was rocking that night). Our favorite dish of the night was the pork belly with grits... it was juicy and savory. Perfect really. We also ordered beets with goat cheese, truffle fries, and calamari with masala... I would say those were about average. They had a lobster bisque on special that evening with lobster hush puppies; it was our least favorite dish of the night - it fell short on flavor and needed acid or something to brighten it up (tasted a little "muddy" as did the paddlefish caviar on top). For desert we had a fried apple pie with ice cream that was very good.
Overall the food was average. The atmosphere is great - really cool looking place with a young, energetic vibe. We were greeted and immediately sat upon arriving. The service was a little slow, however since it was New Years Eve, I think that is no fault of the kitchen or servers. Everyone there was sincere and hustled the whole night. We'd definitely try the place again, but it would be more for the experience than the food.
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