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East Andrews Catering - 37 Reviews - 56 East Andrews #10, Atlanta, GA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (404) 869-1132

East Andrews Catering

56 East Andrews #10
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 869-1132
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East Andrews Catering - Atlanta, GA
East Andrews Catering - Atlanta, GA


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OK... East Andrews has been a stable of Atlanta nightlife for sometime. The complex houses several bars so it isn't a problem to find something there for everyone. Stout is a gr...


My girlfriend and I went here on a Saturday for a night out. The overall atmosphere of the restaurant is nice. They even have a small ""courtyard"" area outside for dining. Our re...

A Staple in Atlanta 8/11/2011

OK... East Andrews has been a stable of Atlanta nightlife for sometime. The complex houses several bars so it isn't a problem to find something there for everyone. Stout is a great place to sit back and relax and 8 Traxx is great if you want to dance. ALSO (and this is important)... If you go on a Friday night there is this cop that is normally there that my friends and I call Officer McDreamy. He is, by far, the hottest guy in the place. more

Fun Place with Good People 3/25/2010

Fun place to go. Atrium on the inside is pretty neat. Never have had a bad time. Always something interesting to see. more

Awesome 2/10/2010

Love it Pros: Best off duty Cops in Atlanta more

Great place to go out and see music in Buckhead. 12/1/2008

I'll have to admit, I've never eaten at East Andrews, but if you are looking for a great scene in Buckhead with several bars and a couple of different stages for live music, this is it. In the summer it's great because it has a wide open central-atrium area that is basically outside. more

Thursday nights 9/7/2008

My friend and I only go on Thursday nights. For the most part, it's been lovely. Bartenders are awesome, nice, and somewhat skilled. $2 vodka drinks rocked until they took it away (hence the 4 stars). Music played- large mix. They don't just play 80s music on Thurs nights.\r \r Overall- great crowd, attractive people, nice laid-back atmosphere.\r \r Not a club type in the Bar- so don't expect a club! Pros: $2 drinks, no cover more

Great customer service 5/12/2008

I was served and treated with the utmost of Southern Hospitality. Absolute fun and fairly inexpensive for the food, brevages and great service I recieved. Continued success, job well done.\r \r more

Best Fillet, Best Brunch 4/20/2008

I know atmosphere matters when you go out, but the review should incude details about services rendered. I don't care about those around me, the wannabes, the too cools, all I know is that service and food were excellent for a party of five on a busy Friday. Seated within 5 minutes, food on the table less than 10 minutes after that. My fillet, perfect and finished my girlfriend's crabcakes and dessert. Less than 80 dollars for our meal. Service was excellent and eye candy even better. Returned for a fabulous Sunday brunch that was better than the buffet at the Belligiao in Vegas. Thnak's EA. Pros: Challenged bartender to ""stump the bartender"", we lost. Cons: Challenged bartender to ""stump the bartender"", we lost. more

food is great 2/9/2008

First time at East Andrews for a girl from TX....Friends b'day pre drink party...fantastic....ya a bit on the stuffed shirt yuppy side but other than that it was fun....people there were friendly maybe a bit to friendly but it worth the laughs and weird looks...great time had by all of guys rock.... Pros: great for a night out, crowded, awesome people more

Good Atmosphere 7/19/2007

East Andrews is a good place to mingle. It is mostly a college aged group, maybe a little too ""cliquey"", but other than that there is plenty of space to roam around (two floors) and a good place to go to have a good time. I dont necessarily like the stuffy crowd, but I do like the place, and I do go on occassion. Pros: Big crowd, nice place Cons: Stuffy atmosphere, yuppies more

I'm 50/50 on this one... 7/19/2007

Lots of pros and cons for this bar. If you plan on going, go with a big group. If not, you will notice how everybody clings to their own. I guess you can say this is a snobby bar. This is not the type of bar you would go to meet lots of new atl people. BUT, this bar is very trendy and you can find different things happening in all the different rooms that it provides. The courtyard which feels like youre in Miami, downstairs band is usually very good, the porch, the lounge area which is non smoking, and also an upstairs. The upstairs includes a band every weekend as well as a cover charge. I have been disappointed the past several times due to their crappy selection on bands up there. Last saturday was a country cover band that I paid $10 to see. :-/ What?? REFUND PLEASE! \r \r You got about a 50/50 chance on enjoying this bar... Remember that. Pros: lots of excitement in every different room, bartenders are always very nice Cons: bar for the snobby people of ATL more

promising menu read fails to deliver 1/28/2007

Visiting Buckhead, we chose a restaurant based on reading menus on Open Table for places within walking distance of our hotel. We should have read the city search reviews before making reservations based on what looked to be a very promising menu. As others have noted--enjoy the read but dine elsewhere.\r \r From the moment we entered the restaurant, we should have known what was in-store and turned around. We walked in, on time for our reservation, and were asked to wait while our table was being set-up. We then saw someone carrying what turned out to be our table from somewhere in the back, and then placing it right next to the door (in a rather empty dining room), dropping a plate (which shattered!) onto a tile floor.\r \r Our waiter, approached the table, dropped of the menu, recited the specials, and neglected to ask for a drink order. Drink order finally taken after food was ordered, and a white russian appeared in a water glass with more ice than any drink ought to have to endure. \r \r The food, which was beautifully described on the menu was bland to inedible, and took quite some time to arrive. My husband's chicken risotto was flavorless and more hard than al dente, and my calamari was lightly floured (as requested), but also rather rubbery. My ""bouillabaisse"" not only contained little fish, it contained prodigious amounts of potato and tomato. The broth more closely resembled the ""juice"" in a can of stewed tomatoes than any kind of shellfish broth. My husband's ""fillet"" was thin and not of the choice or prime variety, and we mused that it might actually have been a strip-steak cut in a circle.\r \r Itching to leave, we had quite the time of trying to get a check. We were surprised that our waiter, who should have seen the practically full plates he was clearing, interrupted our request for the check with, ?what, no dessert??\r \r All this for a bill of about $100 just left us shaking our heads at having been had for our first night of dining in Buckhead. Pros: nice patio Cons: food, service more

EA 11/13/2006

East Andrews Cafe has a lovely ambience and great service. The food is good, but the menu is relatively limited. more

yuppy singles scene 10/24/2006

a good place to get drinks and mingle. it's a lot of fun in warm weather to chat in to courtyard. it's difficult when someone is playing right near the bar. there are always a ton of people to meet though sometimes the are snobby. Pros: always crowded Cons: a lot of stuffy shirts hang out here more

Fabulous on Saturday 10/23/2006

This is one of my favorite bars in Atlanta--it's definitely classier than many of its Buckhead counterparts. I love it on Saturday nights, although it does get pretty crowded. However, in addition to inside bar/seating areas, and an entire upstairs, there is a large courtyard where you can order drinks and mingle under the stars...literally. The open sky and the general design of the space is really beautiful. The crowd is a sophisticated set of mid-20 to early 30-year-olds. I'd definitely recommend it as a low key alternative to Buckhead clubs or rowdy bars. My friends and I went last weekend and had a fantastic time!\r \r \r \r \r more

No Other Place 10/19/2006

The rest of you must be whiners because I've been going to this place since it opened and each time it has become better. A friend had his rehersal dinner there and everytime I'm up from Miami I go in. The new menu is awesome and the Sunday brunch even more spectacular. The bartender who I only see once every 6 months still remebers my drink order. Probably because I don't pretend to be anyone other than me. Once I got off the plane went to restaurant to meet friends who were severly late and the valets placed my luggage in storage while I ate dinner and waited in a sweatshirt and workout pants and it was the best service I ever received. Yes the women are fabulous and the atmosphere exciting. The place has never failed to deliver. I wish I could meet those same people at home in Miami. Worth every penny. Pros: A menu that wood make Rachel Ray blush, Free valet parking Cons: To many treats to try. more

Great food, bad service 8/2/2006

I went there for brunch two weeks ago and it was fabulous - huge buffet with yummy, fresh food (both cold and hot options) and attentive chef service. One of the best brunches in Atlanta by far for the food. However, service was definitely mediocre and our brunch took twice as long because the waitress was not attentive. The wait was a big surprise as she only had to serve us drinks, and for much of the time we were her only table. So go if you have time to spare! Pros: Great food, nice space & location Cons: Bad service more

Great Food 7/26/2006

Food was excellent; service mediocre. Great food is always ruined by awful service, and good service can cover over any food mistake--take my advice, East Andrews: teach your servers some customer service skills. Pros: Food Tasty Cons: Service Needs Some Work more

Terrific Brunch 6/20/2006

I had a terrific brunch there last Sunday with some friends that were visiting from out of town. We all loved it. Great place to take out of town guest before they head home Hats off to the chef. Thanks for a wonderful meal with a great price. more

Great place to eat in Buckhead! 6/20/2006

This restaurant is great! They have a new chef and gourmet menu. You can go in and have a relaxed dinner in the Cafe followed by a drink at the bar or even head upstairs to catch a band. Plus, they finally added Sunday Brunch-which is awesome especially sitting in the courtyard! more


Some friends and I wanted to try some place new and we had been to Andrew's Upstair's before, so we liked the atmosphere. The courtyard was pretty but our waitress took a HALF HOUR to even get our drink order. We ordered an appetizer when she FINALLY dropped off our drinks. We had finished our appetizer and our martini's and beer, waited 15 minutes and she came over and took our order. We tried to waive down anyone to send over our server for 15 minutes but no one would even look our way. Every table around us got our food before us, even the ones who came 30-40 minutes after us. For $20-30 entree's, the food was nothing special. The ribeye meat was tough, the crab prawls were normal shrimp with a tiny piece of crab meat on top. NOT WORTH THE PRICE OR TIME IT TOOK AT ALL!! Don't go here, over priced, terrible service. You can get the same food an pay half! I swear. I would not recommend this place to anyone. Pros: Empty restaurant so plenty of tables, nice atmosphere Cons: service, over-priced food, nothing special on the menu more
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  • Catering and event specialists feature a customized banquet menu, with favorites such as baked brie and sweet potato ravioli.

  • 4/17/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon. - Tue. CLOSED;Wed. - Sat. 5pm - 2am;Sun. 10am - 3am
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Buckhead Village, Northside, South Tuxedo Park