New york prime atlanta

New york prime atlanta

New york prime atlanta

Sitting at the intersection of two different classics – New York and Atlanta – Prime at Atlanta is a new hotel with a unique location that is revitalizing the city’s famed downtown districts.


My experience was amazing. Went there for my first anniversary. We were seated in a great seat, in a booth. Our server, Leo, was great with menu and drink recommendation. Also, just observing their entire staff, you can see a dedication to service. And the food…. I’ll put it to you like this, we’re planning on going again just to see if the food is that good all the time. That steak!!!!… I’m ready to go back now. I have been to some pretty good steakhouses around the area, but when I tell you that the steak here was amazing please don’t think I’m just being hyperbolic. Also, the sides were expertly blended. It was expensive, but again, it was completely worth it. I didn’t feel bad about how much I paid, or making sure to leave my guy Leo a good tip. Check this place out. (Source: restaurantjump.com)

One of the best steaks I've ever had. Price for the meat is a little high, but they deliver on quality. Service is exquisite, but atmosphere is a bit less private than I'd prefer. Update 3 years later... I returned and the prices were even higher, but with an apology comment card explaining the price increase. The atmosphere was still chaotic indoors and loud southern rock music was playing over the speakers to the point we had to speak quite loudly at each other to hear. The atmosphere just doesn't match the food. Overall, however, the food is absolutely exquisite. Still one of the best steaks I've had. (Source: www.waze.com)


Ford Fry’s moody Westside Provisions District steakhouse serves up classic steaks like New York strip, cote de boeuf, and bone-in filets. For those looking to impress, order the Beef Wellington for two. It requires ordering 24-hours in advance. Order online for curbside takeout or delivery. Patio dining available. Masks required.

Located in downtown Decatur, Parker’s offers old school steak cuts such as New York strip, bone-in ribeye, and t-bones served with Southern sides like fried green tomatoes, lobster mac and cheese, hash browns, and smoked collards and bacon. Top that steak with fried lobster tail, crab Oscar, or sautéed onions. Reservations highly encouraged. Masks highly encouraged. Patio dining available. (Source: atlanta.eater.com)

Located at Avalon in Alpharetta, Oak is a mixture of an old and new school steakhouse, featuring beef sourced mostly from local or Georgia-based farms. Expect classic cuts like the filet mignon or New York strip to generous bone-in rib-eyes and tomahawks. Steaks can also be order with accompaniments such as Oscar-style or with lobster. Order online for takeout. Reservations highly encouraged. Masks required. (Source: atlanta.eater.com)


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