Park's Edge Restaurant

(404) 584-7275 | View Website

913 Bernina Ave Ne, Atlanta, GA | Directions   30307

33.764029 -84.357655

Open Hours

Tue-Thu 5pm-10pm

Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm

Sun 11am-3pm

Sun Dinner 5pm - 9:30pm

 
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More Tags: Brunch

Neighborhoods: Poncey Highlands, Eastside, Eastside

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Park's Edge Restaurant
Park's Edge Restaurant
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Park's Edge Restaurant

From The Owners of Park's Edge Restaurant

"Contemporary Cuisine & Lounge"""

Menu
Asiago and Delicate Cow Milk Cheese From the Veneto Region, Pinzani Biancehtto and Black Truffle Pecorino, Pinzani Black Pepper Pecorino, Pinzani Saffron Pecorino From Tuscany, Proscuitto Di Parma, Scottish Smoke Salmon, Red Plum Sangria, Qream, Mango Martini, Midnight Martini... more

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    In the heart of Inman Park, there is a new secret waiting to be discovered, an escape from the hustle and stress of everyday city life; Park's Edge is quickly becoming one of Atlanta's premier restaurants. The menu offers an enticing array of dishes imagined from Old and New World flavors, made bold by the unique arrangement of flavors.

Reviews for Park's Edge Restaurant

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

The Management/Owner is Terrible – If you are looking for a spot for Brunch, please skip this one! The owner, whose name is Richard, was very unprofessional. He insisted that my friends and I leave due to other patrons, who had reservations, waiting. His exact quote was " I thought two hours was ample time to dine." My girlfriends and I did not finish our bottomless mimosas and were forced to leave. The food was decent, but We will never return. If you are looking for a great brunch spot, try highland bakery. The food is 10 times better and they know how to treat their guests.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Cool Aesthetics and Not Too Expensive Good Food – Being a mostly broke college student with a girlfriend, I am always looking for spots that provide a culturally rich experience that doesn't hurt the pockets so much. Park's Edge is the type of diamond in the rough that will provide the aesthete who is not an Atlien the experience you yearn for that is outside of the traditional collegiate outing. It's good place for a random weekend brunch, but swanky enough to make it into a I am a man with taste date spot (1 year anniversary for me). The food is well crafted despite the affordable price point and it's pretty tasty. I had the chocolate chip pancakes with bacon and I can say I will never be able to fully enjoy the ihop iteration ever again. Make reservations on the site to feel official(first time I ever made reservations) and enjoy.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

A Fantastic Experience – We went hear for the first time with our Groupon and couldn't have been more pleased. The atmosphere was nice. We didn't have to wait. The food was fantastic [I had the scallop entree]. Great service!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Waste of money and time! – I am so over this restaurant. The wait was ridiculous for the lousy food they serve. Don't waste your time or money. There are better restaurants with way better brunch menus in atlanta.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Decent Food/Decent Service – I went to Park's Edge for Sunday Brunch. The wait was crazy but since it was a party of two, we were seated within about 20 minutes.

I ordered the Crab Benedict. It was ok. The biscuit at the base of the dish was as hard as a rock. It appeared as if any burned biscuits, they used on the Carb benedict because it is covered by the egg and hollandaise sauce. My meal was also lukewarm.

My friend ordered the chicken and waffles. She said it was decent but nothing to write home about.

I would give it a second chance. The owner was very hands-on with trying to get people seated and making sure everything was ok. I appreciated that. I still didn't understand why it was so packed. I guess because it's the new "hot spot" for brunch.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

A Highlands area gem – We have found another great place to take friends from hip locales. We were greeted immediately and served the start of our endless Bellinis ...Delish... The wait staff was attentive and the owner and the chef came out to talk with us. WOW was our friend from Fort Lauderdale impressed.

The food choices both recommended and tried were tasty and the presentation chic. Now we know Shrimp and Grits and these were wonderful The Chilinita (new to me) was all the Chef told me his mom's favorite dish would be. OMG you must try it. Go early and enjoy.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Be prepared to wait – My party got there at 6:45, waited almost 45 minutes before we were even asked if we were ready to order, got our appetizer and salads immediately then waited an hour and a half for our entrees, when they arrived they were room temperature, not cooked to order, and not worth the wait. Every table around us got seated after us and got served before us, even the larger parties. After our entrees we waited another 30 minutes for dessert. After all that waiting we finally got the check, with a mistake on it, that took another 20 minutes to get cleared. We went into the restaurant hoping to get in and out in a hour or hour and a half, but it ended up taking three and a half hours!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Addicted to $8 Bottomless Bellinis – I am in love with this place! The food is consistently great and it is truly a joy when the owner, chef, bartenders and waitstaff are genuinely happy to see everyone! There cannot be a profit made off of the Bottomless mimosa and bellinis that they will serve you while wait for your table...and the peach nectar they use is just yummy. Atlantan's (Americans) need to get used to communal tables/dining. Inman Park seems to embrace it better than most areas and this place is better for being open to it, it's really fun to sit next to other good happy folks and catch the happy energy that flows. Hey, if you are one of those that sit and sip all day, I hope you tip the servers for renting that table!

 

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