We took my wife to Saskatoon for her birthday. Saturday night. No one there. Should have been our first indication that the place was a lost cause. The women's bathroom had no running water for washing hands (broken faucet sensor we were told). On the menu, 'wild game' we were told meant veal and lamb! We decided on Saskatoon because it claimed to have wild game. I don't think I've ever seen a wild sheep or baby cow. We had to wait almost an hour--with 90% of the place empty--for our appetizers. They weren't served until I approached the server and asked about the food. Two of our party ordered coffee. No refill was ever offered. We were in the restaurant for an hour and a half...an hour an a half...before we got our main dishes. The food was hit and miss. Some of the food for our party was fine, even good, but some of it was awful. One of our party had pork 'tenderloin' that couldn't be cut with a knife. Another had trout that tasted like frozen tilapia. Subsequently we have had a dispute over the charges to our credit cards, and the manager had been completely unhelpful. There are so many great dining options in Atlanta. Don't spend your hard earned money on this place. For this kind of experience, the prices are outrageous.