located on Cheshire Bridge among the cheesy strip clubs and adult novelty stores is the unassuming Alfredo's. It's like walking back in time when you step inside. You have to experience it for yourself. You go for the experience, but the food is decent too. Italian comfort food, nothing fancy, but definitely filling.
Posted: 8/24/2008 • Link to this review
Been going there for 25 years, with out a doubt the best value in town. Owner Perry and the staff are attentive, fun and why not? they serve the best italian food in Atlanta. The eggplant parmasian is the best and the filets are always cooked perfectly. I recommend Medium Rare. Make a reservation, go and enjoy!!
Posted: 3/12/2008 • Link to this review
This is not your typical Italian place in the South. The interior sends me back up North and the service is great. I had not been there is several years and one of the waiters that we used to get was still there and he remembered me imediately. Good thing I tipped him well last time I was there!!!
Posted: 11/07/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Alfredo's is my favorite restaurant in Atlanta. The food is great and the service is second to none. Not expensive. Make sure to lock your car...the surrounding area isn't the best, but it's better than downtown).
Posted: 10/21/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Alfredo's is like a classic South Philly Italian restaurant. They focus less on the decor and more on the food and especially the portions (which are huge). The owner is a Cuban guy who used to live in Philly. He brought the best of Philly Italian food to Atlanta. Get the Padrino which is a sample of three different veal dishes. Get ready to losen your belt.
Posted: 10/18/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I LOVE Alfredo's; the food, service and atmosphere are all outstanding! It's great for a romantic dinner or large groups. My husband actually proposed to me in Alfredo's. It has been our favorite dining spot for 7 years now.
Posted: 9/25/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review