- Mon - Fri
- 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
- by StephenWatson43 on 12/15/2011
really like Food 101 but I just feel that their menu is somewhat limited. To be honest I am a very picky eater though so that might have something to do with it. Other than that I think they are great!
- by nolesfan on 08/31/2011
I wish I could say that I had the opportunity to go in and try the farm to table concept going on at Food 101. I was given a couple of gift cards by my sister and did not realize they had an expiration until I went to make a reservation. I called and asked if I could get at least a portion of them honored, since they did cost money. I was given a harsh and flat out no. From a customer service perspective, this is a terrible way to do business. They essentially just took the money and ran! Too many places to grab a bite in the metro area to treat potential customers with such poor service.
- by jonoatl on 03/21/2011
I hadn't been to Food 101 in a while, but I had a craving for those tuna tostadas and went over there for dinner. The tuna, I think one of the best appetizers in Atlanta, we spot on. Then I had this amazing duck breast. Then, the bannana/white chocolate bread pudding! It was so good that I went past my full stomach to finish it. Not to mention the awesome Pinot Noir that the server recommended that complimented everything I was going for. This place is great, and I will start going more frequently now because you really miss that kind of quality.
- by Gourmand1234 on 01/18/2011
You know it's not going well if your first order, a drink, takes 15 minutes to arrive , if a burger takes 45 minutes, an ice tea 15 minutes plus a reminder and an assigned waiter who would be better at servicing machinery than customers.\r \r If at least the food was great, but it is average at best, small crabcakes with mayo (not remoulade as per menu), hastily heated spinach, partly burned, poached eggs hard inside and served with dry toast without butter (""we always serve toast without butter"").\r \r Yes, the service was incredibly SLOW and INCOMPETENT. May others enjoy it - not the gourmand!\r
- by restaurantjunkie2 on 12/09/2010
I have been meaning to get to this restaurant for a while and just dined there this weekend with my husband. It was by far the best meal I've had in Atlanta in a LONG time! I loved everything ... the service was incredible and the food was unbelievable. I had the Tuna Tostada and the Pumpkin Ravioli and my husband ordered the Pork Belly Appetizer and the Short Ribs and he virtually licked his plate! I will not wait so long to visit again!
- by browneyedgirl81 on 11/04/2010
My husband and I are regular diners but were pleasantly surprised when we started looking over the ""New Fall Menu"". Everything sounded so good, we couldnt decide! We opted to try a little of everything, starting with a beautiful cheese and meat board. The entire experience was amazing! The service was outstanding from start to finish. \r Food 101 definitely knows how to keep their customers happy and never bored! \r Thanks for the GREAT evening!!
- by cha78 on 07/20/2010
The place was gorgeous .. the ambiance was well planned. and the food .. was well what can say ? IT WAS SUPERB ! Thank you for the experience !
- by ingridsebastian811 on 07/19/2010
Foodis robust! enjoyed the heart-warming soup coupled with excellent service.
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