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About Ribalta ATL
Very authentic Italian cuisine from Naples area, Best Pizza in ATL.
Perfect for a romantic dinner ,Happy hours as well for Big parties 10+
Casual elegant atmosphere
Atlanta, GA 30309
Hours of Operation:
Monday 11.30 am to 11.00 pm
Tuesday 11.30 am to 12.00 am
Wednesday 11.30 am to 12.00 am
Thursday 11.30 am to 12.00 am
Friday 11.30 am to 1.00 am
Saturday 11.30 am to 1.00 am
Sunday 11.30 am to 11.00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Free 2 hours parking in 1010 parking deck
MARTA 10th street station 1 block away
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ribalta ATL Ratings and Reviews
We had a large (11 people) group for lunch and although the food was great when it arrived, we waited a long time. The restaurant was not busy, so my guess is that our group was just a bit too large for the kitchen and wait staff to handle that day. The server did tell one person that he couldn't have parmesan cheese on his entrée, but the manager eventually corrected the situation. Otherwise the restaurant team was pleasant and attentive. Will go there again, but with a smaller group.
My boyfriend and I had the best experience at this restaurant on NYE. The wait staff was friendly and attentive. It did take a few extra minutes for the appetizer to arrive. But they had a couple of huge groups, and some really rude customers they were dealing with. So we let that slide. Our entrees were delicious! And the staff that took care of us were so fun. We loved our waitress especially!
Well it took 2 hours to get food!!! And when I mentioned what was going on, apparently we were the problem and supposedly a hour late. We were on time which I said, had evidence to back it up and no apologies. Also they screwed up the check 3 times!!! We were over charged and I am extremely upset. I don’t understand the lack of customer service and if they were that under staffed they should have communicated and shut down the restaurant due to the line that was out to door. This was my all time favorite restaurant but I WILL NOT be returning.
We decided to try Ribalta despite knowing nothing about it and are we ever glad we did! We had a varied group of 9 people with different tastes and every person in our group loved their meal. This was our dinner spot before going to the Symphony for a Christmas concert. It made our special night even better! The food was delicious, they easily accommodated our large group, and we couldn't believe the value. The house coffee was surprisingly good too. We will definitely dine at Ribalta again!
We were there with a big group of people, so naturally we stayed a while catching up, and we had awesome service the entire time, never feeling rushed or never having a lull where we couldn’t find anyone to help us out. The pizza was amazing - they claim best in Atlanta, and it’s certainly the best I’ve ever had. Drinks were spot on too (great for happy hour). This is a gem in the 1080 building with a small cool atmosphere.
Unprofessional, unreliable, and disappointing. I had an 11:30 pm reservation (they have late seatings available) and when I arrived at 11:15, the doors were locked and no one acknowledged my being there. A server came over to the door and shook her head indicating that they had no intention of honoring the reservation. I understand if you are slow, however I believe Ribalta or Open Table are capable of contacting me to cancel a reservation. Spent $30 in taxis to be there.
We ate at the Ribalta in NY and it was the best Gluten free pizza I ever had in my life!! However the pizza here in Atlanta was not doughy and airy but sooo crispy it hurt your teeth to bite it and chew. The flavor was the same. The waitress simply laughed and said "yeah it's crunchy". She has issues to make change for the bill and went in her purse in front of us to get the change?!? She actually short changed us 89 cents and said she rounded up the bill?!?!
I was disappointed with our visit. Service was slow even though we were one of only three tables at the start of our meal. It did get a little bit busier as the night went on but service was less than adequate. The bread served tasted like it had been pre-cut several hours earlier and just pulled out of a draw for diners as they were seated. The pizza was undercooked(I know true Neapolitan style pizza can be soggy from toppings, but this wasn't the case). It was undercooked and by undercooked I mean it was not even hot if barely warm. We decided after the poor service and sub par food to get coffee and dessert down the street. That was the best decision we made all evening.
Fun Friday night with great weather to eat outside. Service was great. Salad was very good. Spaghetti & meatballs just ok but I wouldn't order it again. Pizza better than pasta but not the best by any means. Wine amount in a glass seemed on the low side. Too many places in Atlanta to just settle ...
We recently moved to Midtown and stumbled into Ribalta having no idea how delicious our meal would be. I've traveled extensively and I can honestly say their wood fired pizza is some of the best I've had. Their wine menu is solid and the salads are very fresh. I know their pasta with black truffle is equally delicious as I sampled from a friend. I had the Bianca Nobli pizza with Gorgonzola, mozzarella and truffle and it was superb. The owner Alessandro aims to please and is very friendly and you know you are getting authentic Italian because he was born and raised in Italy. We are happy to have this gem on our street.
We loved the intimate atmosphere! We ended up showing up on bottomless wine night without knowing -- always a plus. The servers were courteous and had a good sense of humor. The pizza was phenomenal, as were the appetizers. The calamari was fried to absolute perfection! Would 100% come back!
Went for Valentine's dinner, ordered from the menu. Our gnocchi was a bit heavy and stuck to teeth, but tasted fine. Our pizza was chewy but otherwise okay...incomparable to Fritti. Tiramisu had 3 to 1 ratio of marascapone to soaked lady fingers and it was thick & heavy. Not a very memorable experience. Probably would not return because there are so many similar offerings in the Atlanta area
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