Our Mother's day brunch buffet will be served from 11 AM until 4 PM, It will be $95 per adult and $45 per child.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
Our Easter brunch buffet will be served from 11 AM until 4 PM, It will be $95 per adult and $45 per child.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Sadly we were disappointed. Our server was unorganized and easily confused. She told us the buffet included an omelet and waffle station...after we all chose the buffet and get over there other servers informed us there was neither. It was basically a fancy hotel breakfast buffet. Not as nice as what we'd expected for a $30 brunch buffet. From the menu we ordered the jars. We ordered the bacon butter (at our servers suggestion) and the black-eyed pea hummus. First, we had to ask twice if it was still coming as it took over 30 mins before we received. Secondly, it came with the black-eyed pea hummus and the chicken liver pate, instead of what we ordered. For a table of 8 people, it came with 4 crackers and 4 toasts that were burnt. She did bring the correct bacon butter after we had to convince her what was served was the liver pate. So she had no idea what the two looked like to be able to see it was not what was ordered. A couple in our group ordered a bottle of champagne. She brought a buck stand with ice, however never put the champagne in it. When asked where's our champagne bottle we'd like to pour more, it was oddly 10 ft away at a stand with the coffee and water pitchers. The quiches served not buffet were in a tiny pie pan. Super cute but horrible. It was so flat and dry no one at our table liked it. The grits were fabulous. However no butter on the buffet and had to wait until they were cold before our server brought requested butter to the table. The smoked salmon & condiments were delicious...but they did not require any preparation lol. We researched to find a fun spot for a group of friends to gather to celebrate a birthday. Sadly the company was the best part of the meal. I would not recommend.
Great food and service. Pleasant setting with great selection of food and drink options.
As usual we really had a nice time at the Southern Bar; we try to come back at least once a quarter because of the ambiance and the meal. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone who is looking for a meal in a relaxed atmosphere.
What really makes us feel good is our server goes out of his way to acknowledge us and he remembers us from the last visit.
the drinks are excellent. The fried chicken (which the restaurant is supposedly famous for) was not very crispy. It was crust heavy as though it was a wet (as opposed to dry) batter prior to frying. I don't recommend it for folks who know how real southern fried chicken is supposed to taste. The collard greens and Brussel sprouts are good. Sweet potato soufflé is just passable.
Very disappointing on all fronts
Service was terrible - waiter was inattentive and slow. Food was served lukewarm and not cooked as ordered.
Conversation was difficult with several unruly children a few tables away.
Southern Art and Bourbon Bar was excellent. The Bar area was super and the dinner afterwards was excellent. Everyone should experience it and soon. My wife and I will be back. Kudos to the friendly and professional staff. The location is also excellent. The menu is superb! Great evening.
I think this is more for the banking crowd than the tech. I work at a tech company and went after work with a team of our leaders. We were in “tech” business attire and were told we couldn’t be seated because there were no menus. A reasonable thing to wait for until a group of 10 from Goldman Sachs were shown directly to their table while we sat at the table next to the hostess stand. Dissapointed I didn’t get to try the food. The ambiance and bourbon bar were both very good. I would just suggest to either have your three piece suit or a business card to show you are a big deal or risk being treated like you aren’t.
The food as well as the ambiance is amazing! I would definitely recommend it.
This lunch was a group lunch, for a co-worker's birthday; therefore, we had limited time. Our reservation was for 11:45 a.m. There were three tables occupied for the entirety of our lunch, including our group of ten, but with only one server. Although the server was cordial, the service was slow, and except for the drinks and appetizers, the arrival of food was even slower. Two individuals ordered an entree from the menu with goat cheese; however, if the cheese was goat cheese, it was a first cousin to bleu or Stilton and could not be eaten. The chef came out and assured our group that it was goat cheese; no price adjustment was offered. Dessert was ordered, but it took so long that we could not wait any longer. I tracked down the server and asked for our check (the second time). At that point the dessert was ready, but I asked for them to be boxed. I would not recommend this restaurant for lunch, unless one has four hours and could cross-examine the lone server and chef about ingredients. I can't imagine dinner there with more than three tables.
It was my husband’s birthday. Although I did not inform staff. Very nice and. clean. The customer service and food was beyond my expectations.
My guest and I both had the chicken and waffles. It was outstanding. Our service was so so. My guest actually had to call the manager over because we were sitting for 15 minutes before anyone came to our table to take a drink order.
This restaurant was suggested by a friend. We thought we were going for Brunch but were mistaken that it did not start until 12pm when the website states 11am. So we were given just the plain breakfast menu. It was three of us who dined and 2 of us had to wait over 30 minutes for our order. The waitress did not check back and was unaware that we did not get our food. Once we got our food it was ok. I had the grits and eggs and they were good, the pancakes with peaches were also ordered at the table. They were delicious once they came to the table. I am not sure if it was an off day, however, I am told it is the usual service for this restaurant.
Nice ambiance but the tables were a bit small and cramped next to other diners. My wife and I are eating on a ketogenic plan. After researching many menus I ended up choosing this place based off of the posted menu online. Upon arriving most of the options we had planned on getting were not on the current menu. I understand that menus change often but should be updated to current more frequently. We ended making due and just eating off plan a bit for the occasion. The food was pretty good. We ordered the deviled eggs which our server never brought and a charcuterie board. The meats were great. My wife had the filet subbing Brussel sprouts for the potatoes. Her steak was way undercooked for medium the brussel sprouts were undercooked almost hard as well. I had the Seabass which was great as well. Then they brought us dessert for my wife’s birthday... it was not her birthday nor do we eat sugar. Oh well. The bourbon pecan pie is probably amazing.
The restaurant was dated, service was outstanding, food left a lot to be desired for.
The salt in the spinach which was the bed for the salmon was way too much, such that it tasted very bitter. The shrimp & grits was very spicy. Now, the side dish of sweet potatoes was amazing and great. Loved it.
My suggestion would be to at least sand and polish the table edges and remove the plastic meats hanging/on display in the waiting area.
Food was great. Waiter (I think his name was Gregory) was attentive and solid. Everything was on point. Not a single complaint on our end.
Went to Southern Art to celebrate my son’s birthday. He is a bourbon fan. He really enjoyed the Bourbon flight and they were flexible and allowed him to substitute one that he previously tried for a new one. The new one, an Atlanta produced bourbon, was excellent. The recommendations for dinner were very good. The service was outstanding. Management came by to make sure everything was OK. They gave us information about an upcoming event.
In addition to the bourbon flight, two of us had a great cocktail.
I will definitely return with local friends and out of town guests.
Southern Art is possibly my favorite restaurant I have been to since living in Atlanta. The atmosphere is great, the staff is incredible, and the food is absolutely amazing. Chef Art Smith brings his own twist to classic comfort food; adding the elegance for a special date night, and brilliant flavors, while preserving all the comfort you expect. With a great selection of wine and bourbon (whisky) and a fantastic dessert menu, this restaurant has immediately become one of my favorites and I will be going back in the future.
My Mom’s 95th Birthday
Great soup and entree. Great waiter. I can’t wait to go back.
Real quality meal with quality service, had a very classy time.
I wish I came here on a normal day for their menu. I came on Valentine’s Day and their menu for this day was a little disappointing. My husband got the fried hen which he barely ate and our server didn’t even ask why. I got the salmon and it was decent. Nothing special about it. The desserts were lovely. I ordered the “death of chocolate” but they ran out so he ended up giving me two desserts, which was nice.
Food was good, but not amazing. Service was superb, though.
Over priced for quality of food, but sommelier was great and wine was quite enjoyable.
This is my second time here, and the food is delicious though pricier than similar restaurants in the Atlanta area. Especially love the fried chicken and fried Cornish hen. The wait staff is friendly and very knowledgeable about the menu.
Great menu for Valentines Day.
Great experience here from the time we walked in to the time we left!!
Gregory did a fabulous job serving us. We loved all of our dinner experience! My only disappointment was that they didn’t offer a gf dessert...sorbet just doesn’t count when you’re celebrating. 😜
Food was not as good as the restaurant in orlando.
We expected a high end meal however the service was not good. The food was decent however our server was not attentive and we continually had to ask to place orders.
As a born and bred Southerner, this was Amazing! The fried chicken, Mac and cheese, and collard greens were fantastic! Not to forget the rosemary biscuits. Definitely will be going back.
Very low key upscale down home southern restaurant. We went with the family style fried chicken and macaroni and cheese. It was excellent. Highly recommend this place.
Good service. Food was good not great. Place is beautiful. But too much like a hotel restaurant than fine dining.
The food is incredible and the service is as good as it gets from the host to the wait staff they were knowledgeable friendly and helpful. Definitely a must for anyone traveling to Atlanta ! Can’t wait to get back oh ant the bourbon selection is amazing !
We are from moultrie ga and was in Atlanta for the IPPE conference and we ate here for dinner it was very romantic.
Service was absolutely horrible. Had a 6:45 reservation and the food did not come out until 9 pm. We periodically had to go and find the waiter.
Overall a nice experience. Cool atmosphere and great service. However, I don’t think the food is worth the price.
As always...a class act. Food, Service, Ambiance... always in excellent fashion.
Overall really good. Probably closer to 4.5/5 than 4/5 but that wasn't an option. Got the fried chicken and that was tasty but thought it was a little dry. The mashed potatoes with chicken gravy was amazing as were the brussel sprouts. Also really enjoyed the cheddar rosemary biscuits with maple butter. Service was also good.
We called the day before to make sure that the Sunday Brunch menu was going to be available and were told it would be. When we arrived, the host was very friendly and the staff as well, but after we were seated, we were told that the only thing available was the buffet. Ok, except that unlike the 29 dollar price listed on the website, the price, we were told, would be 44 dollars. Sorry, not happening. We were going to leave but the host said we could have anything on the brunch menu, and so we stayed and ordered. The food was fine, nothing special though. The eggs benedict was just ok, bland hollandaise sauce and a bit under done eggs. Despite the congenial staff, we probably won't be going back. Nothing special and way, way over priced.
Great service. We were hoping to try the catfish but new menu and no catfish.