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Blue Ridge Grill - 21 Reviews - 1261 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA - Bars, Pubs & Clubs Reviews - Phone (404) 233-5030

Blue Ridge Grill

1261 West Paces Ferry Road (at At Northside Pkwy. in the Paces Ferry Plaza Shopping Center, Buckhead)
Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 233-5030
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Blue Ridge Grill - Atlanta, GA
Blue Ridge Grill - Atlanta, GA
Blue Ridge Grill - Atlanta, GA
Blue Ridge Grill - Atlanta, GA
Blue Ridge Grill - Atlanta, GA
Blue Ridge Grill - Atlanta, GA


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It had been many years since I had been to the Blue Ridge Grill and I had forgotten what a neighborhood gem this restaurant really is. From the warm and friendly staff, to the cos...


The service was great. The food was very good. However, the ala carte pricing and the ridiculously overpriced entrees, salads and vegetables make it an unpleasant experience. A...

Great backroom bar 3/7/2009

Has a very nice backroom bar area. Great lodge feel. Good salmon. Vegetables not so good. Service fine. more

An Atlanta Standard Shines 1/5/2009

It had been many years since I had been to the Blue Ridge Grill and I had forgotten what a neighborhood gem this restaurant really is. From the warm and friendly staff, to the cosy lodge-like atmosphere of the room, every detail was carefully considered and attended to with grace. Service was prompt and curtious and the food was fantastic. I can't remember having a better dining experience in Atlanta for some time and I would recommend it to all of my friends, neighbors, and business associates. Pros: everything Cons: nothing more

Hidden Treasure 5/20/2008

The ""BEST"" crab cakes in town. Also try the seared scallops, which will melt in your mouth. Great customer service combined with great food will have you talking about this hidden treasure over-and-over! more

Mountain Retreat in the city 4/15/2008

Love the atmosphere. You feel like you are at a cozy mountain retreat. The food is excellent. I had the filet with crab meat & bernaise. YUMMY!! The corn souffle is sooo good. If you like grits, this is the place to get them. I ended my meal with the apple tart. It came with cinnamon ice cream, so good! This is a great spot to take a date! Pros: Atmosphere/Food more

LOVE IT! 4/10/2008

The BR Grill is our favorite restaurant! We love the service and the food is incredible!! The grits are my fav!!!! We have also taken our children several times...very accomodating for them as well!! LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!!!!!!!!! Pros: a wonderful place in every way more

Really Great Experience 3/3/2008

This is a very nice restaraunt. The food was great, the ambiance loud (very loud). We had a family dinner there on a Sunday afternoon. We reserved a wine room downstairs, where it was considerably less noisy, but oddly secluded (kind of creepy inside the velvet womb). The service was a bit too subserviant for our tastes, all very old school and old money southern superiority. HOWEVER, with all that said, it was a fabulous meal and a great time was had by all. Pros: Lovely gentile southern dining Cons: Main Dining is LOUD, very popular with the Buckhead set. more

Good food and service 11/27/2007

I had a very good experience. The food was delicious, and the service was GREAT! I recommend this place as a place to bring a family, or even for a date. more

Rocky Mountain High! Southern Charm, & Grilled Scottish Salmon! 3/23/2007

This was our first visit back to The Blue Ridge Grill in several years. As to why, we are still trying to figure it out. This is one special dining destination, that is charming and unique. It's a Ralph Lauren mountain lodge, with a cozy fireplace, and loaded with pure elegant Southern Charm. The menu is still somewhat rustic-southern-and gourmet, all at once. We split an app. of Iron Skillet Mussels. If you like Mussels, you will love them here. I had to get the Fried Oyster Salad, with a terrific made-in-house Ranch. My companion, ordered the Warm Goat Cheese Salad. We could have made a full course out of the app. and salads, with the wonderful bread. But with the great wine pairings our very nice server suggested, we were ready for the main event. I had the Horseradish Crusted Grouper w/Fennel and a Grapefruit Butter Sauce. I've never had sauce that unique, to drown each bite of Grouper in, terrific.\r My partner had the best Grilled Wild Scottich Salmon w/Artichoke Relish, we both raved about. It was the best entree, but mine was outstanding also. The Grille is so refined and relaxing, I did not want to even think about ending the night. Oh I forgot about the outstanding Squash Casserole, better than anywhere in the South, and Cucumber-Vidalia Onion Relish, is this home-made or what. Growing up in the South, Sunday Dinners were never like this. And neither was the Warm Bourbon Pecan Pie. Dare I say, I wanted to take a whole pie home. Come here, indulge, relax, and you will return. Pros: Elegant Lodge Dining! Fireplace, Entree's, Wine List & Service! Cons: Are you kidding! more

excellent, consistent food and service 2/21/2007

I have been going to Blue Ridge Grill for at least a decade now, and I've never had a bad experience--quite the contrary: the meals are always excellent and the service is always exceptional. For my wife's birthday, they went out of their way to make her feel special, including putting decorations on the table. The greeters (one of whom is usually the service manager) are always polite and efficient. The patio is a great place to have a drink or two before dinner or just to have a few drinks without having dinner there. The portions are pretty good. The only drawback is that your bill will be rather hefty, but if you're going for a special occasion, can afford it, or someone else is paying, this is one of my favorite places, hands down, in Atlanta. It's cozy and wonderful. Pros: consistent service and food, wonderful environment, attention to detail Cons: pricey more

Great Service 11/20/2006

Had a wonderful brunch at Blue Ridge Grill this weekend. Food and service were great. I would highly recommend the pork chop and trout entrees. Pros: Service more

Very good 11/3/2006

The atmosphere was very cozy and the service was excellent. The food was also excellent but a little overpriced. more

Never had a bad meal 10/29/2006

This place is great! I have never had a bad meal here. The food is predictable and they have a great wine list. It's definitely not ""happening"" crowd but the food is worth it. A great place to take parents and grandparents. Also good for a nice relaxing dinner. Pros: wine list, service, ambiance more

The Ambience is great, but the restaurant is average 8/28/2006

My boyfriend and I experienced this restaurant. The ambience was great, the food was average and the drinks were weak. more

Incredibly Overpriced 6/17/2006

The service was great. The food was very good. However, the ala carte pricing and the ridiculously overpriced entrees, salads and vegetables make it an unpleasant experience. At those prices, the entree should include three vegetables and the salad and even dessert. more

I love this place 3/18/2006

We try to go here at least twice a month. We love Nicole and jeff at the bar. The food is fab and the place is sooo clean. more

Best kept secret in Atlanta 1/23/2005

The best service in town, bar none. I'm going back again for the wood grilled fish (grilled whole on hickery wood and deboned at the table). more

Not to be missed. 12/30/2002

With Mussels the size of a cell phone and sushi-grade tuna that melts in your mouth, this place is one of the semi-hidden gems of Atlanta. Yes, it is a little pricey, but well worth the extra expense. And if you get there early, be sure to hit the bar and chat with Nichole - quite possibly one of the best bartenders in Atlanta. Pros: Fantastic Service, Outstanding Food, Great Ambience Cons: Pricey more

Uneven but potentially good 8/22/2002

If one knows a frequent diner of the place, one also knows which items to order or avoid. An out-of-towner, I wasn't so lucky. I don't know if we arrived before the after-church set or what, but there were many available tables that Sunday afternoon. The service was good, once we got past the frosty ""hostess"" who insisted on getting our names, though we weren't being put on a waiting list. (That felt invasive; furthermore, it was cheesey when said chick called out something like ""thanks for coming, Mrs. X"" as I passed on the way to the ladies room a short while later. Golly, she remembered my name! And it's been twenty minutes. I'm touched.) The tortilla soup was fab. The corn souffle is a flop. The wood grill smelled awesome. My biggest compliment goes to the servers who made every effort to welcome our 1 year old daughter. Pros: child-friendly, nice waitstaff Cons: faux "woodsy" theme, very uneven menu, corn souffle more

5 star 8/13/2002

Romantic and wonderful atmosphere and great food...My wife and I celebrate every wedding anniversary there.. Pros: atmosphere, quality, delicious food Cons: price more

Money well-spent 6/22/2002

The polished and polite service is unbelievable. Try the filet- the flavor and texture will amaze you. The whole snapper was extremely fresh and flakey. I eat out a lot and rarely ever find a restaurant in which both the food and service complement eachother this well. The dining was such a sheer delight that my date and I can't stop grinning on our drive home. more
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Owner Message

  • The Blue Ridge Grill is consistently rated one of the area's best restaurants. Signature dishes from Blue Ridge Grill's hearty, regional cuisine range from grilled Georgia trout, slow-roasted grouper, prime steak, iron skillet mussels and hickory-grilled ribeye, to name just a few. This mountain lodge is a restful retreat from the urban rush just outside its doors, with soaring timbers, a massive stone fireplace, rustic log walls and cozy red leather booths. A secluded wine room serves private parties from eight to forty. Once you step inside, you will come to realize why the Blue Ridge Grill is Buckhead's local hot spot.


  • The Scene
    The North Georgia mountains come to Buckhead at this comfortably sophisticated and startlingly realistic replica of a hunting lodge. Log cabin walls, soaring wooden beams, a...

  • 9/7/2005 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm; Sun-Thurs 5:30-10pm (until 11pm Fri-Sat)
  • Payments:

    American Express, Diner's Club, Cash, Discover, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    West Paces Ferry / Northside, Northside