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About The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish
Unique people, delicious food and good-for-the-earth goods all come together at The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at PARISH. Step off the Beltline and join the vibrant culture of Inman Park at its core. Located in the historical Terminal Building built in 1890, the only remaining structure from an old pipe factory, PARISH has restored the space to its original grandeur. Whether you venture upstairs to the Brasserie or head downstairs to The Neighborhood Café, expect to find inspired familiar American food, inventive beverage, and warm hospitality. Named one of the “Top 11 Restaurants” by The Atlantan, Parish has received non-stop acclaim since its opening. Parish has been featured on CNN.com and proudly holds a 3 star review from The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Located at 240 North Highland Avenue in Atlanta, Ga., The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at PARISH is open five days a week for lunch and dinner and brunch on the weekends.
Atlanta, GA 30307
Hours of Operation:
Brasserie Lunch: Wednesday-Friday 11:30-2:30pm
Dinner: Wednesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Market: Open at 8am Wednesday -Sunday
$30 and under
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Call to set up appointment to go over your party with us.
Street or Valet parking available
Inman Park Marta Station
Private Party Facilities:
Original exposed brick, red murano chandeliers and antique Parisian scones give Parish a unique elegance unlike any venue. Perfect for large groups. Parish seats up to 110, and can accommodate up to 250 for receptions. This two story edifice is great for hosting an event guests are sure to enjoy.
Private Party Contact:
Concentrics Events: (678) 904-2367
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We are the perfect setting for your next private luncheon, dinner, rehearsal dinner, wedding, or business party. Please call us at 404-681-4434 to plan your next event.
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The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish Ratings and Reviews
Had a wonderful time! Sunday Brunch can be a really hectic time, but the team at Parish handled it very well! Our server not only catered to our needs but also improve our dining experience with menu/drink suggestions. I was dining with someone who had never been there before and she was very impressed.
Food was good, but could have been a bit warmer when we got it. Pastry basket not worth it was dry, but the sweeet potato cinnamon roll more than made up for it. Everyone was very satisfied with breakfast from fried chicken benedict to Eggs Hemingway. Biscuits and potatoes recommended over the grits.
The ambiance was great and the service was fast. I went for Sunday brunch and ordered the American breakfast and would not order it again. It was disappointing. The the eggs tasted fake, the bacon was an unhealthy amount of greasy, the potatoes were dry, and the biscuit was hard. The best part of my meal was not the food so perhaps just go for a coffee with friends.
This is the second time I’ve been to brunch at Parish. It was outstanding! The food was insanely delicious! The service was amazing! The seating host was phenomenal and such a beautiful and colorful person. My girlfriend felt so special on her birthday because everyone in the restaurant made her feel that way. It was the most perfect dining experience one could have. I put it right up there with Alex Guarnaschelli’s restaurant Butter in NYC. Standing ovations all around!
Major problem here is noise level. The room is cavernous and when full with many tables seating groups, conversation across the table is literally impossible. The food is better than average and the service is attentive and friendly. Just wish they would install carpet and use wall hangings to dampen the din.
Sunday evening, it wasn't crowded and service was attentive. I don't know how it would be on a busy night. There were 5 of us and we all enjoyed it. Parking was easy with the valet in front of the restaurant. Before our dinner we walked along the Beltway nearby and checked out some the neighborhood attractions. Very walkable, upandcoming area.
Other than a strange adherence to not seating complete parties in an essentially empty restaurant, the service and food were both very good. Our group had the stuffed dates appetizer and a variety of the seasonal entrees -- smoked brisket, crab ramen/spaghetti, and pork saltimbocca. All of them were interesting, unique, and well-prepared in their respective culinary traditions; I thought the pork maybe could have used some jazzing up. A small but interesting set of beers were offered on tap and in can/bottle. While I miss the old, lighthearted, chalkboard-special Parish, this is still a pretty good place.
Awesome place. We went for an anniversary lunch later in the afternoon and there were only a couple of other tables present. The place was a little hard to find (it's about a block away from where Google Maps says it is), but we called and the hostess was great at directing us there. The service was excellent -- attentive, but not annoying, and she even gave us some champagne for our anniversary. The music was good, I recall them playing some Tom Petty, the volume level was nice, and they never played anything annoying/offensive to the ears. The food was delicious. I had the week-aged pastrami sandwich and bacon tomato soup (they forgot the bacon, but it was tasty nonetheless). We also had the fries... I can't remember what they were called, but sort of like a Southern style take on poutine with a sunny-side-up egg on top, finely grated white cheddar, and gravy. Also delicious, and probably about meal-sized themselves.
Great menu with something for everyone. The 12-year old absolutely LOVED his chicken and waffles, and my mushroom omelet was just perfect, esp. since the kitchen was gracious about substituting a side salad for the potatoes, which I appreciated very much.
Beware that the restrooms are down a long flight of stairs, so Parish might not work for someone with accessibility issues or a stroller.
We also enjoyed the direct access from the restaurant onto the Beltline and the complimentary valet parking.
We went during restaurant week. Two of us ordered off the price fixed menu and one didn't. Everything we ate was amazing. The mixed drinks were good too. A little disappointed that they don't have copper mugs for Moscow mules. Food came out at a good pace but drinks seemed slow to arrive. Would definitely come here again.
The meal was good overall, but not great. The service was very, very slow. Our server came by regularly, but usually to apologize for not having our next course yet. The "Saltimbocca," while tasty, was nothing like Saltimbocca. It was false advertising to call it that. It would have been more informative to call it Wiener Schnitzel. The brisket was delicious, but the portion was small, and a third of it was fat. A previous visit was a great experience. This one, not so much.