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About SAGE Woodfire Tavern - Perimeter
Sage Perimeter offers a city chic yet casual atmosphere featuring contemporary American cuisine with global influences. We offer market fresh fish, seafood, hand-cut steaks, chops, gourmet salads, chicken, pastas and burgers all prepared over our live hickory oak woodfire grill.
Atlanta, GA 30346
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
LIVE SAMBA MUSIC
Tuesday thru Saturday, show begins at 6pm
ATLANTA’S HOTTEST HAPPY HOUR
Monday thru Friday 4pm-7pm
Complimentary Tavern Hors d'oeuvres
An assortment of over 2 dozen small plates $3 - $7
Available in our Bar / Lounge and Courtyard Patio
All top shelf Martinis including Grey Goose,
Ketel One, Van Gogh, Tanqueray, Beefeater,
High Vodka, Purity Vodka or Chopin
Martinis $5 all day
2oz. Wine Tasters of your choice $2 each all day
IMPORT & DOMESTIC WEDNESDAYS
$3 Import Drafts and $2 Domestic Drafts all day
FRIDAY NIGHT DRINK FEATURE
Starting at $5
LADIES NIGHT – FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Ladies join us for a DANCE PARTY at Sage Perimeter
Enjoy our Bar / Lounge and Courtyard Patio
DJ playing all your favorites 10pm-2am
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We encourage you to consider Sage Perimeter for your private dining needs. Available for corporate meetings, wedding receptions, holiday events, rehearsal dinners, private receptions, bar/bat mitzvahs and more.
SAGE Woodfire Tavern - Perimeter Ratings and Reviews
It was my girlfriend’s first time at Sage, so this review is purely with her experience in mind.
Arrival: We had reservations and upon arrival we asked for a booth, we were recommended to take-in the bar area until a booth became available. Although our wait was merely 10mins, we were impressed with the arrangement of the bar/lounge area.
Ambience: There was a live band playing relaxing ballads which helped enhance the experience. The music was at the desired level, where it did not disrupte conversation.
Food: The food (Woodfire Salmon w/ risotto and green beans) was amazing. I had never had Risotto before and instantly became a fan! We shared the Death but Chocolate cake, which I highly recommend for chocolate and cake lovers. They even warmed it upon my request w/o pushback.
Drinks: My girlfriend is very particular with her choice and quality of mixed drinks. As easy as it is to make Armaretto Sour, it’s amazing how many places tend to make an underwhelming drink. Sage passed with flying colors as she ordered two during the evening. I on the other hand enjoyed a white wine (name escapes me at the moment).
Service: From the hostess (accommodating our adhoc booth request) to our waiter (great recommendations and personable) to the management (checked on our dining experience a few times throughout the evening), the service at Sage was remarkable!
We went out for a girls night dinner and were very impressed with everything. The food was very tasty and our server, Mikell was amazing. The assistant manager checked in on us as well and engaged us in great conversation. We will definitely go back!
The restaurant seemed nice inside; however, the noise was deafening to the point I was miserable throughout the dinner. Only a drapery was between a large dining room for parties and the table where I sat. The food was fine; ribs were delicious, baked potato average, and spinach bland. Service was good, though not exceptional. I had to wait quite awhile for my check, and had to ask for it before it came to my table. Pricey for the meal. I don't plan to return to Sage since I have found much nicer and quieter restaurants in the Perimeter Mall area.
Everything was perfect. Table was available on time with reservation. Server was excellent. Friendly, knowledgeable, professional, efficient.
Food was served hot and all meals were exactly as described by server and tasty and all enjoyed the meals.
Restaurant was quiet and meeting was perfect.
The maitre D came past and checked on the meals and service and all boxed were checked.
The service was a bit shotty, when we arrived we waited 10 mins before the hostess even came back to the host desk. It took 10-15 mins for our waiter to come to the table. The manager came by and assured the waiter would make it to us. It took a whole longer. The waiter a very nice man came took our orders, he came back 10 mins later asked about the type of cheese for the burger (which was previously said in the initial order). The apps came out sporadically soup then 10 mins later my salad. It seemed as if something was wrong with the waiter health wise, he seemed tired, fatigued, not fully focused. We voiced this concern with the manager. He had a second waiter Michael backup our original waiter Rob. We didn't mean any harm but it was just not a smooth night service wise. The food was superb no complaints. The manager Steve gave us a gift certificate for our next visit. That was very appreciated. We hope Rob feels better and he did do a good job regardless. But I hope in the future our next experience is better from the start. Thanks
I've been to Sage twice in the past three months and both times the manager on duty for the night (manager was not the same both times) stopped by the table to say hello and see if we needed anything. Nice touch to an already good evening. Waiter was great and patient with our late arriving guests.
I notated on the reservation it was for a birthday. There wasn't any recognition of a celebration. I ordered the blackened magi magi and it was very small. The presentation was very nice and the food tasted great. They need to turn up the lights during lunch time. It was too dark for lunch. The lighting would be ok at dinner but not lunch. The staff was great.
Great venue for a business lunch. I brought people from the office here for a business dinner, and everyone was happy with his/her meal. My salmon was thin, so wasn't as under-cooked as I would have liked, but at least it wasn't over-cooked. Everyone else's pasta, chicken, etc. were good, and the "fries" were big slabs of potato which the guys said were very good. We were able to talk during the meal, so I liked the ambience and the booth setup.
The food and menu were ok. The service was horrible. Sent drinks back, they brought a mixed drink with a side of ice rather than putting ice in the drink. They opened a bottle of wine and asked who was going to taste it, pored everyone a glass then a sip for our taster. Food order was wrong. The night was a disaster!
This was our first time here. What a great date. The food was phenomenal, our waiter Aaron was polite and attentive. The only issue was a table nearby of loud women but that dis not dampen our experience one bit. Will definitely be trying here again in the future.
First time diner, party of 4 for a birthday. The experience was largely positive (good meals, large portions, good appetizers (lettuce wraps, stuffed mushrooms). But a big part of a dining experience is the server, and ours was average at best. Clearly either new and/or inexperienced. Didn't know the menu, didn't know basic server protocols. Someone needs to do a better job of training new servers. Especially for a higher end restaurant where we spent over $300.
Reviewed menu before booking. Expected that descriptions and high price range would mean a fine dining experience. It wasn't. $35 ribeye was only 1/4 thick. Was informed all their ribeyes would be the same. Had to order something else, so we watched each other eat. No manager follow up. Decor and seats were old and uncomfortable. Noise from bar patrons was excessive. Server didn't know what a Manhattan was.
We were a little shocked by our experience at Sage. We chose it to meet up with friends because of the location and reasonable prices on the menu. Quite honestly, we are all on a budget. The menu posted on their website shows an entirely different menu than we experienced at the restaurant and our friends confirmed the exact same thing. We had all checked out the menu prior to dining there. This is a very nice restaurant and the food and service were quite good, but the prices were not what were advertised.
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