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La Grotta is tucked away in the heart of the Buckhead residential district and overlooks the lush gardens of the condo courtyard in which it is located. La Grotta literally means "the cave" in Italian and was named such for its cavernous and warm setting. The La Grotta staff is also well known and regarded for its vast knowledge of its customers, the food, diverse knowledge of languages (our staff speaks Italian, Spanish, French & German) and attention to detail. The menu specializes in Northern Italian cuisine with seasonal changes to reflect freshness of ingredients with a focus on locally grown produce.
Sit back and relax in the enclosed porch area before dining or after dinner. Enjoy full bar service & appetizers in the comfort of cozy, antique, black wicker furniture adorning the porch.
We kindly ask that you respect our dress code.
Business casual, please. Comfortable, but polished dress slacks or jeans, no shorter than mid-thigh dress/skirts (no casual shorts, sweatpants, or gym attire) and no low-cut revealing tops. No baseball hats.
Business casual, please. Collared shirts. Comfortable, but polished, long pants or jeans (no casual shorts, sweatpants, or gym attire). No flip flops or hats.
*Dress Code: Business casual to elegant. Please no Athletic wear, Ball Caps and Flip-Flops*
DRESS CODE: To ensure a quality experience for all of our guests and to meet our standard of service, our dress code will be strictly enforced. NOT ALLOWED: Beach Flip Flops & Slides, Baseball Caps, Beanies, T-Shirts (only collared-shirts allowed), Sweat Pants & Jogging Pants, Baggy Pants, Shorts with Sneakers, Sweatshirts & Hoodies, Sport Leggings, Athletic / Active Wear, Clothing that is overly exposing, Extreme Short Shorts/Dresses/Skirts.
Your comfort is our priority; however, we do not feel that overly casual attire is acceptable for our restaurant. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. Thank you, Management
Business casual please, comfortable but polished. Dress slacks or no shorter than mid-thigh dress (no shorts, sweatpants or gym attire) and no low-cut revealing tops.
Business casual please. Long pants, comfortable but polished collared shirts. No sweat pants or gym attire, flip flops or hats.
Wheelchair access is available on the upper and lower levels, please let us know if one is needed.
If your desired reservation time is not available, please call the restaurant to see if there have been any cancellations.
ingredients available. Diners will enjoy a contemporary and intimate atmosphere.
Tomo Japanese Restaurant is located in Buckhead at the prestigious Ritz-Carlton Residences.
We offer artful sushi, personalized service, and the best Sake list in Atlanta.
Tomohiro Naito has made it his life's ambition to educate and share what Japanese cuisine can be. The Japanese dishes all of unique flavor combinations. Often he will use French and Italian ingredients in traditional Japanese offering.
Valet parking is available at St. Regis Atlanta. The cost is $15 after validation. Please validate your ticket at the host stand. *We are unable to validate self-parking
For more info on happy hour, catering, private events, private dining, whiskey tastings and more visit us at localthree.com or email email@example.com
We offer an upscale dining experience concentrated on exceptional service to create a customer centric environment.
To enhance the experience of your visit we ask that you respect our dress code.
Dress Code : Business Casual
No athletic wear or athletic attire, including designer, athletic line of any kind/brand, beach flip flops or any beach attire, tank tops (men), cut-offs, sweatpants, exposed undergarments and excessively revealing clothing for indoor and outdoor dining. No baseball caps/hats. Seasonal changes may apply.
Valet available for all dinner services and all day Friday through Sunday. Breakfast, Lunch, and Weekend Brunch are walk-in counter service, no reservations are needed.
Le Bon Nosh is a restaurant and market celebrating the simplicity of good ingredients with a thoughtfully curated French-influenced menu. Founder & Chef Forough Vakili wanted to create a lively yet intimate gathering place to connect over delicious bites and amazing wine.
Le Bon Nosh values the diligence and craft of local farmers and purveyors. Everything produced in the kitchen is made from scratch using the freshest seasonal ingredients available - we believe in the power of good food and eating well.
Cancellation Policy: If you would like to reschedule or cancel, we ask you to do so within 24 hours prior to your booking. Large parties that do not provide notice may incur a no-show charge of $25 per person.
To enhance the dining experience for all of our guests, we ask that you respect our elegant dining dress code. We encourage that sweatpants, athletic attire, flip flops, shorts and cropped tops not be worn.
Baseball hats are not permitted.
Dress Code: No Baseball Caps Allowed
The menu is deeply rooted in the ingredients and aromas that give dishes from the French Mediterranean region their unique flavors.
Anis is comprised of an inside dining room and an outside patio area that is available for seating year round, and a charming little bar where you may enjoy a meal if you wish.
Widely known as one of the most romantic dining spots in the city, Anis is a great place to meet up with friends and can cater to large parties with ease.
Reservations are accepted and encouraged.
- BBBrittanyBMiami - Dade •2 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoThe food was delicious, especially octopus and Roman artichoke appetizers (though I found the recommended squid ink pasta a little bland). Well priced wine menu, great service, and a great value all around. It was a little loud indoors for my taste so I was happy to be seated on the quieter patio (which was plenty warm and cozy on a cold rainy winter night).More infoStorico Fresco Alimentari e RistorantePrice: Moderate• Italian• Buckhead•4.5
- TSTepSAtlanta Metro •5 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoPhenomenal, unique food bursting with flavor in every bite. UMI is never a disappointment. I had the best time there and would love more than anything to visit it more often!More infoUMIPrice: Very Expensive• Sushi• Buckhead•4.8
- MHMichaelHvipAtlanta Metro •17 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoOur server was great, but this text box won’t let me post this for some reason since there’s a min character limit that prevents me from being concise which is an annoying bug on this app so I’m Rambling so it will accept it.More infoYeppa & CoPrice: Expensive• Italian• Buckhead•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinervipNew York / Tri-State Area •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023My boyfriend and I had a lovely time. Our server was amazing and the food was exquisite!More infoLe Colonial - AtlantaPrice: Expensive• Vietnamese• Buckhead•4.8
- SSweetievipBaltimore / Maryland •19 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023When we dine at the Iberian Pig, Buckhead, we always get consistently great food. We love the empanadas, the shrimp dish, the tacos and their Waygu burger, among other small dishes. The staff is so upbeat, positive and efficient. We 100 percent recommend dining at this wonderful restaurant. Paula Pruett 1/2/23More infoIberian Pig - BuckheadPrice: Moderate• Spanish• Buckhead•4.7
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Buckhead is the cultural center of Atlanta, giving residents and visitors a combination of great dining and shopping experiences. Phipps Square and Lenox Square are vibrant hubs bustling with activity that provide visitors with everything from casual dining options to fabulous gourmet cuisine. Peachtree Street and the Andrews Entertainment District offer a vibrant nightlife when you want to enjoy Margherita pizza, an iconic staple and favorite of residents. Buckhead is host to a wide variety of international food as well as seafood from fresh fish markets. Enjoy a scenic view from your restaurant as you dine on homestyle country biscuits and gravy or an aged porterhouse that feeds two.
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