Atlanta >Food & Dining > Craft
3376 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3032633.850139 -84.363736
Neighborhoods: Northside, Northside, North Buckhead
HEAVENLY FOOD!! – Hmm, where do I start, the food, the service, the ambiance?!
FOOD: I will never forget the baby fingerling potatoes, divine! The food was all round amazing and very flavorful, made from fresh organic ingredients . The portions where not large but just enough...controling plating portion comes in handy when you're having a 5+ course meal.
SERVICE: I truly appreciated the 'butler-like' service! Waiters where on hand to pull back your chair if you had to get up, or lay your table napkin on you lap once seated. Very attentive staff if I must say.
AMBIANCE: Chic, modern & cozy! Not pretentious at all
All in all, I LOVE this restaurant!! A gem in the Buckhead area, it's great for business dinners, romantic dates (proposals maybe :-p)...etc
expensive place – Craftbar has a nice view when you sit outside, but the food is too expensive for my tastes. It wasn't that good and the portions were too small.
More than overpriced. – Craftbar is home to a $12 basic salad and a $16 burger. Craftbar is home to a place where a retail $13 bottle of wine is being served for $7 for 3 oz. $15 for a glass and $68 for a bottle. Who may I ask orders a 3 oz. glass of wine while dining for dinner? The food is good but for the price there are far too many amazing restaurants in Atlanta that will give you quality service, great food and an amazing view for half the price. Bye bye Craftbar you lost my business!
Collicio goes casual at Craft?s first floor bar. – Sitting comfortably beneath the soft glow of Edison light bulbs, Craftbar keeps the Craft-class but leaves the stuffiness to the Top Chef jewel upstairs. Think of Craftbar as the cooler-than-you younger brother who?s got the smarts but still wears Chuck Taylors.
The open kitchen, Peachtree patio dining and a toned down, elegant menu provide an appropriate spot for a Buckhead society lunch or business meeting. Appetizers are affordable and fun-to-share while sandwiches come stuffed with roasted meats and house made sauces. The entree list keeps the fire-based Craft theme, but also keeps the unreasonable Craft-sized prices. If you want the real thing, might as well head upstairs with heavy plastic in hand. Further showing off Collicio?s skill of elegantly turning down the fancy knob, the cute duo of s?mores with salted graham crackers are a far cry from camp fire fare.
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