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About Sway - Hyatt Regency Atlanta
Sway is downtown Atlanta's signature restaurant, offering sophisticated, Southern-influenced recipes created by our award-winning Chef Martin Pfefferkorn, Hyatt's Top Chef in 2012. Sway's innovative menu features dishes from Southern kitchens, potlucks and barbecues prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients from local farms and dairies. Sway is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, and offers a daily breakfast menu and buffet.
Atlanta, GA 30303
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:00am - 11:00am, Saturday - Sunday: 6:00am - 11:30am; Lunch Daily: 11:00am - 2:00pm; Dinner Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Private Dining are for parties of 20 more, please call for more details.
Valet parking available at hotels front entrance on Peachtree Street NE. Parking validated at host stand.
Marta: Peachtree Center Station
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sway - Hyatt Regency Atlanta Ratings and Reviews
not as good of an experience as we were used to. way overcrowded and service was extremely slow. waited 1 night for an hour and 20 minutes before going to the Market in Hyatt. Not crowded that night, as hardly any tables were taken. We were told kitchen could not keep up. Room service was definitely taking priority, as my colleague received his meal in about 15 minutes while we continued to wait to even be seated. The restaurant was not staffed properly for Market, College Football championship, or anything else the entire 11 days we were there. very disappointing after long hard days at Market.
I have been to Sway before on trips to Atlanta, but this is a worst experience I’ve ever had. Don’t bother making reservations for dinner during a large market or event. We had to stand in line for 1/2 hour with about 20 others who had made reservations as well. There were so many people there, they had a line for non-reservation people too.
I get that they were busy, but reservations should never have been accepted if they had no plans to hold tables for them.
There were many irritated guests.
Once seated, the service was friendly and gracious as ever, but our drinks and food took for ever to arrive. And when our dinners arrived they tasted and looked like they’re been under a heat lamp for way too long.
Not what I’ve ever experienced from them in the past.
From NY and first time in ATL — my sis heard about Sway from an Insider video. Our server Jeniece, was very nice and attentive.
We had the crab dip, chicken, ribs and (all you can eat) pie bar.
We took half of our entrees home because the portion sizes are quite large (you do get your money’s worth).
I believe there were about 4 different pies, tarts and one choco mousse. Wish there was a PEACH cobbler tho! Oh and you get a complimentary scoop of vanilla ice cream if you partake in the pie bar. My sis is allergic to fruits and could have only been able to try the choco mousse (as much as she would have wanted to have the pie) but she was given ice cream too which was nice.
Would definitely come back to try out the other entrees if back in the area.
* The restaurant closed at 10pm. But we had a 9:30 reservation... Thursday night we really didn’t need one. The food came out in a timely fashion and even though it was late there was still an adequate amount of pies and yummies to choose from 🙂
Sway's fried chicken far surpassed the well-known, but very disappointing restaurant within walking distance known for their Southern cooking (PP's). Delightful crunch, not greasy, nice delicate flavor, accompanied by mashed potatoes and gravy, all served in cast-iron Staub. Black pepper tagliatelle w/mushrooms, squash, and arugula was flavorful, also. We'd definitely return. Iris was welcoming with her southern charm, recommending entrees.
I had a reservation at 6:00. When I got there it wasn't too crowded. I really liked the warm casual feeling of the restaurant. Even though it was situated on the side of the hotel lobby it was still very nice and not too noisy. We started with the sampler appetizer. It was a nice start to dinner just enough for two people. I order the chicken and my date order the shrimp and grits. The chicken was very good, and my date enjoyed the shrimp and grits. The dessert bar is excellent, and you must try the honey bee ice cream. Though not enough to keep me from coming back, I think that the wait staff could be more attentive. We were there for at least an hour, but not one time was I offered a refill on my beverage. I wasn't even offered coffee. Maybe they were short staffed that night, but little details like this makes a big difference to me.
While the server was friendly she was slower than molasses. Twenty minutes to get 2 mixed drinks and two iced teas that we asked for three times. We finally got bread that she was going to be right back with after we asked the manager for it 40 minutes later. After over an hour we got our entrees, one of which was ch okey instead of salmon. When they finally brought the salmon it wasn’t prepared good. The manager made no excuses or apologies but did provide free dessert. At least we had a good time together.
Our party of four indulged in Sway's buffet during one of the three biggest events in downtown Atlanta, DragonCon. The food was quite good with a decent variety of items from which to choose. The value is there and still offers a great people/costume watching experience from almost any table in the restaurant. We will continue to dine at Sway each time we are in the area. PS. Don't forget the dessert.
We were staying at the hotel and had dinner our last night there at Sway. WOW, is all I can say. Yes, the prices are kinda high, but it is worth it. The food was excellent. We had appetizers, a salad, carolina crab dip, and the buttermilk fried shrimp and okra. The shrimp was excellent, four large shrimp and 3 pieces of okra (I have to say I am not an okra fan), my son loved the crap dip. Entrees, the rib eye, buttermilk fried chicken and the St. Louis bbq ribs. The rib eye melted in your mouth, it was one of the best steaks I have ever had in a restaurant (this wasn't even my entree, I just had bite). The fried chicken (with mashed potatoes) was the best Fried chicken I had in Atlanta. And I had tried Mary Macs (it was good, but not great) and Gus's. My son liked the ribs too. I passed on dessert, but my son and husband enjoyed it. FYI, the dessert is all you can eat..but we were too full at that point!! I would definitely go to Sway again if I was in Atlanta.
I was holding a lunch here for a conference group, and even though something went wrong with the reservation, the staff were very accommodating. It was a great location for a big group. Most of us had the lunch buffet, which was convenient and included some great dessert options as well. We also had fantastic service.
We went to Sway to celebrate the end of our business trip. The fried chicken was fabulous. We were disappointed with the Shrimp and Grits. It was too liquid. We think of shrimp and grits as being grits topped with peppers, onions and shrimp plus other seasonings. This was almost like a soup but not as liquid. We were both too full for the pie bar but we did take a piece to go. It was good, nothing outstanding. Didn't think the pie bar lived up to the hype we had read/heard about.
I have had better fried chicken from Kroger or Popeyes. Menu is scarce for southern cuisine in the south. Expected more!!!!!!! Was not my first choice 'sun dial' had no openings. The buffet looked horrible! I guess that's why there were so many empty seats.
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