5 Seasons is a little pricy/upscale so the Prado location has been our "special occasion" brewery for years. We have just started going to this location and the food and service is just as amazing! The setting is casual but the food is exquisite. It's all seasonal, locally-grown and organic. The beer selection is definitely worth checking out too. If you go, be sure to try the rice balls appetizer!
Posted: 11/16/2011 • Link to this review
This is a very interesting place. We went to the one in Sandy Springs, so I'm not sure if they have the same menu. Not a big menu by any means, but very diverse nonetheless. They pretty much have something for everyone. Excellent brews (BIG glasses, too!) & tasty food. Not your typical bar food. I got the Kari Kari Crab and Cream Cheese Dumplings with Ponzu sauce. Delicious! They weren't super deep fried like most crab rangoon, but rather very lightly tempura fried so that I was satisfied but not stuffed. Pleasant surprise. Drew got the BLT salad, which was fine but a little boring. We also got the mushroom bruschetta, which was FANTASTIC. Absolutely wonderful! It was the best bruschetta I've ever had, with goat cheese, mushrooms, arugula and balsamic vinegar. The experience was not at all what we were expecting (which in this instance was a great thing!). We will definitely go back & bring friends. Update 1/21/11: We tried the Westside location this time & loved it as well. Different menu than Sandy Springs, but equally pleasing. Onion rings are to die for! The Crispy Crawfish (special) completely stole the show. I mean fantastic! We also got the Wild Mushroom Grilled Pizza (although we took most of it home) and it was divine as well. Really an excellent experience, with great service too. It's also nice to know that everything is local & organic., meaning unparalleled quality. We love 5 Seasons!
Posted: 7/15/2010 • Last edited: 1/21/2011 • Link to this review