A nice little gem that has been avoided due to the reviews. After a drink and conversation at the bar with Ms. Amber, it was off to eat. The chef provided an appetizer that was timely and provided some insight into what was to come. Ms. Amber recommended a bottle of wine, a red blend, that was smooth with little tannins, yet great flavors, berries, currants, perhaps a bit of subtle spice and very reasonably priced. The meal was superb start to finish - lamb chops, and the end cut prime rib, both perfectly cooked. A small drawback on the bisque, just a little thin on the consistency, yet flavored quite well. Overall an excellent experience. I would offer the following, if you are looking for a steak please enjoy any of the local steakhouses, if you want a dinner experience, please enjoy the Buckhead Grill, it is well worth it!!!
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