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About The Corner Grille
The owners, Julian & Annette are transients to College Park with ties to Louisiana, Texas and Indiana. The husband and wife team would like to invite you out to experience “Great Food”," Great Service" and a "Friendly atmosphere in Downtown Historic College Park. The location, a historical landmark, was formally St. John Episcopal Church founded in 1906.
The CORNER grille serves traditional American fare with a touch of Cajun influences. Weekend brunch menu is served Saturday and Sunday 9am-3pm.
College Park, GA 30337
American, Cajun, Creole
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Friday: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
John Wesley Ave.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking available on Main Street or in g.raveled lot behind restaurant
Across from College Park Marta Station
Julian & Annette
Bar Dining, Beer, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Corner Grille Ratings and Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed my meal. My waiter provided great service with a great attitude. Beignets were warm and fluffy (although not as fluffy as I would've liked) and the crab-cake benedict was a welcome surprise. I wish I could've stayed for a dessert, but my stomach was full of good food.
Dinner@The Corner Grille was Tasty!! I had the grilled grouper & greenbeans. My husband had the Salmon which was DeLish!! He also had the mashpotatoes & greenbeans. My son ate chicken & waffles. It was my second time dining@the Grille & I will be back. I only wish they had more of a variety of cocktails. Theyre seasonal Sangria was just ok.
My party and I had a great time. We were a little late for our reservations but was still able to seated after a 5 minute wait. The Corner Grille is small but nice. The staff was very friendly and the food was delicious. The wait time for our entrees was super fast. I truly enjoyed my evening there. Only wish their was one closer to my area so we can try brunch.:)
My best friends and I came to the Corner Grille for our monthly brunch date and it was such a cute little place. The service was great, the restaurant is very clean and fresh and the food was amazing. I had the Crab cake special and beignets and being from Louisiana, I can say it was definitely to my standards. I'll definitely be back!
I was a bit shocked when I walked in the restaurant. They changed the look and feel of the dining room. I like the new look for it's simplicity. I like the old look as well. Had a more comforting feel with the booths. Either way the food is still excellent. The service was just as excellent. I keep this restaurant on my list of places when I'm in the area.
This was a last minute choice based on a recommendation from 85 South magazine. We were not disappointed. The food was very good, especially the chicken and waffles. The service was at times either overly attentive or absent, however the overall experience was good. Skip the gumbo; go for the shrimp and corn fritters or the fried green tomatoes.
I have been to this restaurant a few times and this was my first bad experience. We ordered the feature of the day and it was twice the price of the other lunch items. We were not told the price,but judging from the other prices on the menu, we didn't expect the sticker shock that we got when we got a $33.00 bill for a crab cake lunch. When we asked about it the owner told us that they train their wait staff not to quote prices of special features and only share when asked. I think this is a bad business practice and it was very disappointing.
I just had a whole brunch on Sunday for $30 at a Midtown restaurant and paid $33 today for a crab lunch entree. The food was good, but entree was way overpriced.
Service here is a problem. No substitutions are allowed for potatoes. Even though I offerred to pay the difference in price. I felt cheated. Then when I told management, they gave me a look that clearly said they don't care and said nothing. I will never return to this place.
I took my daughters out for Saturday brunch. The place is small but comfortable. Simple yet cheek decor. Our food was good. I ordered the spicy chicken sausage and shrimp omelet. It was good but would've been great with a cajun sauce topping. It was kind of dry. My oldest had the catfish and shrimp meal and it was really good. The corn and shrimp fritters were soooo good, especially with the aioli sauce it's accompanied with. My bellini was way too tart. It definitely needed more puree and a good stir. I took home a piece of their corner square cake and babae...let me tell you, it was worth every last calorie it possessed. I ate it in my room so I wouldn't have to share. Shsssh.....don't tell nobody. Our waitress Lauren was sweet and attentive. Go Lauren!! Overall, it was a good experience. Check them out if you haven't already. Cool vibes.
I enjoyed this restaurant. It was quaint and elegant.
The menu was was almost perfect except for the salad offerings.
I really wanted a dinner size salad; I couldn't find one on the menu. So, I asked if I could get a Caesar sale with a side of grilled shrimp. Nope. No substitutions. Well, can I get an extra veggie instead of rice with an entree? Nope. No substitutions. I asked one more time about something else. I'm really trying to eat low carb. Nope. No substitutions. I would've paid more. I finally gave up and did a pretty good job of ignoring my wild rice. I asked for them not to put it on the plate. But, I knew it would be there.
Regardless, my food was delicious. The atmosphere was nice. And despite all the no's I heard. The waiter was attentive.
Previously frequented this establishment prior to renovations and I was looking forward to dining here post renovation. Usually we come for breakfast but this time opted for dinner. I must say the service was the complete opposite of what we normally experience as it was terrible. Not enough waiters to handle the crowd, drinks never refilled, food was just okay this time. We will definitely not return for dinner.
I like the idea of a fresh rose on each table, and sexy sangria to compliment...Very small place with creative and tasty meals. Party of 6 we tried a few entrees and appetizers... corn fritters and quesadillas was great..I know every chef put a twist to meals from time to time (CALAMARI) but theirs was half cooked or still alive not kool..Everyone enjoyed their meals, and portion size was good..My fish was a little salty, the pasta dish is delicious I would eat again and again...
My 3rd visit and have not been disappointed, from the food, to wait staff. This is a hidden gem and I'm trying to tell everyone about it. When I take people they also are enjoying taking people back. I'm going to try almost everything on the menu. When They bring other tables plate you can't help but stare.
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