Since having two small children, we don't get to go out much and after reading all of the reviews for this place we were really excited about checking them out for brunch. BIG MISTAKE. Don't take my word for it: upon leaving, two of the employees told us that they consistently did a terrible job at brunch. Anyway, back to the disaster. Apparently they were having a major issue in the kitchen after two employees failed to show for work. Next, it took about 20 minutes to be seated. I know, 20 minutes may sound awesome for Atlanta until you consider the fact that the place was completely empty. I mean it took 15 minutes before someone came to the front and greeted us. After that, we started out on the patio but that ended shortly after the swarm of flying things overran us. We were able to finish our meal inside after we, our selves, moved all of our table items. The meal: I had fried green tomatoes and eggs which were marginal. This is the South; if they are going to put fried green tomatoes on the menu I recommend they step it up a notch. The wife had an omelet which was a tasteless flat mess and came with the saltiest country ham you will ever eat. I know that everyone has bad days so, in all fairness, we are going to give them another chance. The decor was nice and the bar looked like a great place to catch a happy hour drink on the ride home.
Pros: decor, setting, multiple patios