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Need a strong recommendation in Buckhead area of Atlanta, GA

apcollins Jan 20, 2010 12:48 PM

Hosting a business dinner for 12 people in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, GA (all will be staying at the Grand Hyatt). We are from all over but have met in Chicago, St. Louis and Texas and have frequented steak, seafood and tapas places.

I need a good recommendation in the area and happy to answer any clarifying questions.

Thanks in advance!

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    Jeffo405 RE: apcollins Jan 20, 2010 06:15 PM

    What about Craft? (http://www.craftrestaurant.com/craft_...)

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      apcollins RE: Jeffo405 Jan 21, 2010 05:53 PM

      Thanks Jeff!

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      Lauterman RE: apcollins Jan 22, 2010 10:36 AM

      Bones is very business friendly and may have private rooms available to accommodate your party.

      1. ted RE: apcollins Jan 22, 2010 06:14 PM

        My previous ideas (now in convenient invisotext) were real: Kyma for seafood, Bones for steak, Eclipse di Luna for tapas.

        This board, like the Chowpup, is more fun when there's a conversation about food, instead of just sticking a spoon of goo in the mouth.

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          RWBrinson RE: apcollins Feb 1, 2010 05:28 AM

          Restaurant Eugene is a great place with amazing food and service. They also have a small room off the main restaurant that can accomodate a small group. It is right in Buckhead on Peachtree Rd. south of Peachtree Battle shopping center.

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            apcollins RE: apcollins Mar 14, 2010 09:45 PM

            Thanks to all that helped me out with thoughts and advice. We ended up dining at Bistro Niko. Within a stone's throw of the Grand Hyatt in Buckhead. Perfect for 10 people. The service was very good. Beef and chicken dishes seemed to go over the best - Tare Tare, Ribeye, Coq au Vin, etc.

            One interesting side note on this place: the elaborate and extensive effort undertaken to provide a top notch beer list. Had tasting notes, alcohol content, etc.

            I would certainly go back.


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              ted RE: apcollins Mar 15, 2010 07:25 AM

              Thanks for circling back- most don't.

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