Three Sheets

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6017 Sandy Springs Cir, Atlanta, GA | Directions   30328

33.919860 -84.383899

 
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Three Sheets
Three Sheets
Three Sheets
Three Sheets
Menu
Gourmet Olives, Veggie Chips, Lotus Root, Beets, Parsnip, Herbs, Edamame, Himalayan Pink Sea Salt, Lime, Dates, Chorizo, Applewood Smoked Bacon, Hummus, Roasted Pine Nuts, Olive Oil, Pita, Carrots, Celery, Fried Goat Cheese, Panko, Honey Citrus, Fig Jam, Smoked Salmon, Caper Relish, Cucumber, Dill Crème Fraîche, Baguette, Adobe Steak Tacos, Salsa Verde, Pickled Onion, Queso Fresco, Avocado, French Fry Trio, Curry Ketchup, Sriracha Aioli, Garlic Aioli, Fire Roasted Tomato Flat Bread, Garlic Aioli, Pine Nuts, Rosemary, Basil... more

Reviews for Three Sheets

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Exceptional in many ways! – Based on a recommendation, we visited the restaurant while in Atlanta on business and had a wonderful evening.

The way the restaurant was set up is a pleasure to the eyes. Couches and lounging areas abound which allows ample space to have a comfortable group share drinks, food and conversation as well as space for a cozier meeting for two.

The drinks ranged from the usual to the inventive. I especially liked the Cosmo with white cranberry juice.

The food menu featured twists on comfort food - grilled cheese and the trio of sliders were standouts. The service was the best combination of attentiveness without being interrupted too often.

Can't wait for a repeat visit!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Puff Puff - Cigar Bar ;-( – 3 Sheets is a "5 Star" venue for cigarette and cigar smokers. It is designed to perfection with sophisticated/ intimate areas along with wonderful music, small bites and everything you want in a venue with the exception of the cigar & cigarette smoking. I was scoping the place out for an event and I'm disappointed I can not recommend it due to heavy aroma of cigar and cigarrette smoke. It was difficult to breath and enjoy the evening, not to mention coming home with smoke on my clothing. As a former smoker... there are so few places smokers can go today so... let them have a place to go. I have more choices available in the city. Sorry I won't be going back.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great First Date Spot – So in a first date spot, you need something that will allow the conversation to flow easily, and an experience that you won't forget. Even if your personality is a bit iffy, your date will go well here. This is the premise: you eat a fruit that they claim is not LSD, and then every food tastes better. Wine tastes like they added butter, limes taste like key lime pie, it's like a rave for your mouth. Additionally, the decor looks like Elvira's loft.

Also, the ceviche is pretty good.

Also, they book large groups, if your first dates are anything like mine, that's just the thing.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Magic Berry changes everything! – When we walked in, we knew this would be a great place. The atmosphere is cozy with couch seating and intimate areas. Maria, the bartender, is knowledgeable about the menu and the cocktails. Best part was the Taste Tripping Party where our taste buds were transformed by the special berry known as the Miracle Fruit. Gotta check it out! Nowhere else in town has it.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Sandy Springs best new hotspot – I stopped by Three Sheets recently & it's my favorite new place to go with friends! I really enjoyed the food too. They serve small plates which are delicious. The menu is def. not typical of anywhere else in the area!

My favorite items are the spicy mac & cheese, the seared scallops, the shrimp martini & the ice-cream with balsamic vinegar on it. YUM. The vibe is laidback even though the decor is incredibly upscale. Everyone is super friendly & helpful. Try this place out!

Recommends
over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – In the City Walk shopping center just off Roswell Road, Three Sheets is a Sandy Springs hideaway perfect for social escapism. The dressed-up lounge looks like a posh living room. DJs spin on the weekends and cocktails are top-shelf. While Buckhead night-timers and expense-account carrying business travelers might arrive for the high-class scene, the food is the bar’s secret weapon. Chef Josh Carden shops the local farmers market every afternoon, uses buns from H&F Bread Co. and gets his pitas from nearby Jerusalem Bakery. The menu of small plates is thoughtful and impressive. Take the grilled cheese sandwich, which boasts sourdough, applewood-smoked cheddar and is accompanied by tomato bisque. Unexpected culinary touches (duck confit, fig jam, daily risotto special) confirm this isn’t your everyday ultra-lounge.

 

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