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Food Studio - 31 Reviews - 887 W Marietta St Ste K102, Atlanta, GA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (404) 815-6677

Food Studio

887 W Marietta St Ste K102
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 815-6677
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Food Studio - Atlanta, GA


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I made a reservation 2 hours prior and I was seated immediately (a Wednesday evening, 8:45p). The waiter was knowledgeable and immediately offered a fine selection of wine when we...


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Delicious and Decadent - Highly Recommended 4/17/2006

Once a manufacturing plant, now a dark and sexy restaurant with exposed brick, a copper-clad staircase, romantic fireplace and flickering candles seemingly everywhere. On our most recent visit, my husband and I began our meal with fresh and ripened cheeses served with seasonal condiments, which was delicious! As an entrée, I had pork tenderloin with parsnip potato gratin, snow pea sprouts and caramelized onion mustard juice, which was also very good. My husband ordered the rib eye and thought it was wonderful. We both enjoyed an order of the pan roasted nectarines with vanilla shortbread, mascarpone ice cream and a raspberry sauce. more

Elegant for a Date 8/18/2005

This is the first restaurant where my husband and I had a "real" date. It's consistently a WOW. The food seems as if it's been designed so well, and yet doesn't try to hard to be some contemporary concoction. The bar is good too, and comfortable. The setting is a converted factory/loft and it is cool, but the way it's set up you can feel some privacy no matter where you are. I would recommend both on food and atmosphere for a special occassion, though you will definitly pay for it. more
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  • The Scene
    Dark and sexy, the restaurant is a big draw with well-dressed in-towners on their way to the theater or a gallery opening. Ancient machinery from the building's days as a manufacturing plant hangs from the ceiling; exposed brick, a romantic little fireplace, a copper-plated staircase and dozens of flickering candles give the large main dining room a subdued, calming vibe. Though big groups are common, noise is rarely a problem. Servers have polish and panache.

    The Food
    The playful menu focuses on seasonal ingredients. For starters, try a light composition of crab and avocado in cucumber vichyssoise or a dazzling arugula salad with house-smoked salmon and ripe cantaloupe. Entrees can be less successful, but change on a regular basis. Smoked Niman Ranch pork, for example, is a bit dry and poorly matched with succotash drowned in barbecue sauce. The wine list is full of offbeat, enticing choices.

  • 9/6/2005 Provided by Citysearch

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