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About ROOM at Twelve
One of the Top Ten New Restaurants of 2007 by Atlanta’s CitySearch.com, ROOM at TWELVE®, is conveniently located near all that is happening in Atlanta’s burgeoning downtown. Among its accolades, ROOM received a 3-star review by both The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Atlanta’s Creative Loafing, which stated ROOM is “the perfect modern hotel restaurant”. Paired with spectacular skyline views for al fresco diners and an intimate, alluring atmosphere for those who prefer the indoors, Room is Downtown’s dining destination.
Atlanta, GA 30308
American, Sushi, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10:30am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:30am - 10:30am; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:30am - 2:30pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm - Bar Menu Nightly until 11pm
Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd.
$31 to $50
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Please call restaurant sales for more information regarding ROOM doing food for your event.
Complimentary valet parking is offered for dine in guests of ROOM.
ROOM is located next to the Civic Center MARTA station. Check MARTA.com for bus and train schedules.
Private Party Facilities:
ROOM has a private dining room that seats up to 12 people and a semi private dining area that seats up to 35 people. There is pre tax food and beverage minimum of $1,000 for dinner and $250 for lunch. ROOM also has two smaller semi-private areas that can hold up to 8 guests comfortably. There are no food and beverage minimums for these areas and are reserved on a first come first serve basis.
Private Party Contact:
Joe Nash: (770) 550-6183
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
ROOM can accommodate larger groups in the main dining room. ROOM also has banquet spaces in the hotel which can accommodate large groups up to 200 guests.
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ROOM at Twelve Ratings and Reviews
We booked a reservation for Christmas day. room was one of the few places open on Christmas. The service was good but the location was very underwhelming and the food was barley warm. The charge for the meal was 45 per person plus an automatic 18& gratuity which is fair for a family style meal on Christmas day. However the barley warm entrees and the line up of desserts that included for trays of picked over desserts that looked like they had been sitting out all day with turned over pieces and trays that lacked any presentation was very underwhelming
had reservations at 1030 am on christmas---website quoted a higher price but said it was a christmas buffet--------when i got to restaurant they said they did not have a buffet--that is what i thought i was getting---------we were told it would be a few minutes before our table was ready-----15 minutes passed and nothing---we promptly left and went to the ritz carlton---won't make this time consuming mistake on a holiday again
The first thing to realize is that when you walk in, it is a dining room in a hotel lobby, albeit a nice lobby. That being said, their business is going to ebb and flow with the booking of the hotel, as it's not the most well known restaurant yet.
We were seated rather promptly, however even though there were only a few other tables in the restaurant, service was rather slow. The bottle of wine stated 2013 on the menu, however they brought us a 2014 bottle. The calamari was okay - nothing great, but hey, it's calamari.
We both ordered the lamb chops - I ordered medium rare with asparagus, my girlfriend ordered medium with sauteed spinach. The first problem is they were both medium-raw. I hope this was just the cook's first night... but they had to be sent back 3 times, and still weren't cooked (the cook probably threw them on high heat; seared the outside, left the inside raw), although the flavor was . The sauteed spinach was so salty we couldn't eat it, but they replaced it with sauteed brussels sprouts which were awesome.
Overall the flavor was great, but the execution was not there. I hope they get it together, because it's a nice ambient experience, the flavors are good, but if they can't get the execution down, they won't make it.
The food was good quality and tasty. Little variety in the starters for a gluten free diner but made up for by the flourless chocolate cake for desert.
European size portions in general but that was good.
However, the restaurant was cold (my dining partner had to wear a coat) and the live music was far too loud making conversation difficult.
Terrible service - midweek night, place was mostly empty and it was as if we were bothering the wait staff. Had to ask for menus, water, after the appetizers the waitress asked if we wanted dessert - WTF? Coffee were cold , food was average - embarrassed because I recommended the place to colleagues who literally laughed the whole time because of how bad it was
First time at this restaurant and I was impressed. Very cool atmosphere and lovely service. Nice selection of sushi which was good but lots of the other choices for those non sushi eaters. Had the lamb chops and they were delish. Nice place. I will be back.
Went for Mother's Day because I eat here for business often and been wanting to take my wife. Left after 25 minutes of no service and 4 different employees coming by the table who wasn't our actual server at the point we were then told that there weren't any high chairs for my 1 year old and nobody seemed to have any interest or knowledge on where any would be. Hostess was clueless as well. Not sure what the problem was but will be the last time I try to take my family or wife there.
Server's attention to detail was lacking. Half of our orders were incorrect. Service was slow and kitchen was lazy when "fixing' orders that were screwed up. Atlanta has too many phenomenal restaurants for me to have to settle for mediocrity (at best). Will not return and will not recommend.
I visited this restaurant on Sunday May 7, and it was a super fantastic experience and my family and I really enjoyed out time there. My mom is up in age so I try to plan outings with her for the family at least once a month and this day just happened to be my niece 21st birthday. This was a blind choice as no one recommended this spot (very surprised) I looked it up online by searching "Sunday brunch in midtown" and just drew straws and came up with this spot. I was also surprise when I was told that their business is not as busy as I would have thought with the location and that the restaurant is not advertised not even by the hotel receptionist. This should be on the top of the list for any type of event/outing of well mannered people. Definitely not a spot for loud rowdy crowds. I mention to my co-worker and she immediately book the location for Mother's Day Brunch next week. See how easy the word travels. I will be returning again for dinner soon:-) Thank you Shay and Robert for a super fantastic experience and enjoyable brunch.
The bartender was basically tending to the entire place. The hotel looked nice but unfortunately I wasn't impressed with pretty much anything here. Sushi was sub-par, attentiveness by staff was lacking and the environment had the potential to be fun it just wasn't.
We made reservations for 5 as hotel guests celebrating my daughter's 16th birthday. When I made the reservations online, it ask d if it was a special occasion and I explained. When we arrived, they didn't have the table ready and didn't seem to check reservations (seating was still fast). Our server was pleasant. I ordered a filet and was brought a ribeye. They offered to take it back but I didn't want it to be wasted. However, I feel I should have been charged for what I ordered, not what I was served. We sat for a very long time after our meals were finished. The kids were too tired to wait any longer so they went to bed while we waited for the server to return. We were hoping to have dessert together, and our reservation comment about our celebration went unnoticed.
Ashley our waitress was an absolute pleasure. She was attentive and knowledgeable of the menu. Outstanding service.
Heather, the manager, was very welcoming. Overall great experience, we enjoyed celebrating my twins 20th birthday there. We will definitely dine there again because of the food, atmosphere and service.
I really enjoyed my dinner one late night at the bar...decided to give lunch a try and wasn't as excited! I am not sure was it the crowded restaurant during business lunch hours, but I would not return for lunch only late night dinner at the bar....if I return.
We were excited to try a new restaurant out being in downtown Atlanta for the night and wanted a nice, fun place. The restaurant was nice, our server was very good and everyone we encountered was friendly but we just didn't think the food was that good. I had the filet and it didn't have much flavor and the mashed potatoes tasted like they were from a box. Didn't taste like mashed potatoes at all. With 2 meals and 2 drinks (which they indicated an upcharge of $2.00 for each drink for "rocks" -- $2.00 extra for ice?!) was $100. I just didn't think it was remotely close to a $100 meal. Wouldn't go back here again when we're there this Summer.
The food was good, well prepared, and tasty. The service however was extremely slow. I hosted a business lunch. It was my first visit, chosen by location. My guests had to leave before the waiter even asked about bringing a check even though we were all obviously finished. May or may not give them another chance, and only then because of their proximity to my customers.
I made dinner reservations for myself and 2 colleagues while we where in town for a conference. The food and service were wonderful! I had the pork chop with mashed sweet potato and asparagus, it was incredible! My colleagues also really enjoyed their steaks. I would highly recommend this place!
ROOM at Twelve has a classy atmosphere with all of the decorative detail you would expect from from a modern, downtown hotel lobby. Their service was equally top-notch and attentive throughout the meal. Unfortunately, while the menu provides a variety of fare, the food itself lacked flavor, with mediocre seasoning at best. For the price, one expects a little more pop. But if you find yourself downtown and looking for something predictable and mild, check out ROOM, else check-in somewhere else.
Even though this is a hotel restaurant, it is especially pleasing to all parties. This was our second time eating at the restaurant, and the food is consistently good. The service was excellent. I wish I could remember the gentleman's name who served us. He was very proficient at his job.
Ate here for the first time last week for lunch with customers. The portobello burger was the best I've ever had. A lot of places drench the mushroom in oil, but this was light and well-cooked, and it was topped with fried green tomatoes and goat cheese: great combo. The atmosphere is a little staid, which is actually perfect for formal business lunches. The decor is modern and streamlined, and it was a great experience overall.
Room in my tummy for food at Room at Twelve
The service staff were just great , plenty of rechecks and all well timed. Ashley , our server was warm, knowledgeable and efficient. Management was attentive and the food was very good. My spouse found the bacon around the scallops to be a bit salty, but she found everything to be acceptable. A really good dining experience.
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