Atlanta's best steaks and seafood, great wine list, fresh seafood
Blackstone Restaurant invites you to experience an ambience suited for upscale dining and after dinner cocktails. Blackstone is noted for top quality steaks, fresh seafood and great service. We offer a full service bar and 120 seat dining room along with an award winning wine list with over 30 selections by the glass. Also available are two private banquet rooms seating from 6 to 55 people. Tempt your palette with one our.. weekly Chef Specials or indulge in one of Blackstone's classic dishes. We hope you can stop in and give us a chance to become your new favorite restaurant. Cheers to Good Friends, Great Food and a wonderful dinning experience! We are located just inside the perimeter at 4686 South Atlanta Road, in the Vinings / Smyrna area of Atlanta, Georgia. Reservations are always accepted and encouraged.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
Didn't have record of our reservations. Found a hair in my salad. Our steaks came out purple and raw. It took over three hours for us to eat our meal because of the terrible service. Never had a visit from a manager through all of this. We spoke to the owner Tom and he was very disrespectful and touched my girlfriend inappropriately. After all of this they only gave us a 6% discount. Absolutely terrible!
Posted: 1/01/2014 • Link to this review
We attended a private birthday party at Blackstone. The place looked really nice. We were seated in the private party room and were served drinks and appetizers with no problems. When the waiter brought my salad a cockroach crawled from under the lettuce. He immediately took my plate away and then came back and offered a cocktail for my trouble... No thanks! Then, a lady at the other end of the table had a dead cockroach in her salad... Not cool! The manager never came and apologized to me or the other lady. I'm not sure if the party hostess addressed it or not, but we will never return!
Posted: 5/16/2011 • Link to this review
The steaks here are wonderful and the reason to go. However, the space is smaller and if you get one of the tables by the door during the winter weather bring a jacket. We were seated very close to the door and every time the door opened we were greeted with a very cold gust of wind. It made an otherwise nice outing a little less comfortable. We asked to be moved but they couldn't accommodate us. Ask for a table towards the back when you make your reservation - you'll likely enjoy your evening much more than we did.
Posted: 3/09/2010 • Link to this review
The early bird special is a great value, but only available certain days. Great tuna tartar appetizer, good steaks, and sides. Desserts are hit or miss. A great local place to kick back and enjoy a nice meal. It could use an update though, the "mauve & green" color scheme looks a little dated. Fortunately the lights are dimmed :))))
Posted: 12/22/2009 • Link to this review
My husband and I had excellent meals at Blackstone. The steaks and salmon are just as good as everyone had told us. I loved the atmosphere and the friendly service.
Posted: 5/19/2008 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
We went to Blackstone this past Friday night and it was awesome. We were really looking for a nice and slow dinner, and our waiter picked up on that right off the bat and let us enjoy our drinks for a while before we placed our order. Our waiter had excellent recommendations off the wine list and also for dessert. My husband had the fillet and it was just perfect - melted in your mouth! I had the gulf shrimp and they were also amazingly good. We usually do not get dessert but our waiter recommended the creme brule and it was fantastic. We will definitely be back soon!
Posted: 3/10/2008 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
Fantastic steaks! I have eaten at some of the more prestigious steak houses in Atlanta and in the mid-west. In comparison, Blackstone ranks near the top of them all. I did try a seafood dish once and was disappointed but have always found my steak to be great!
Posted: 11/07/2007 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
I took my wife out for our anniversary and was very pleased to see that the reviews I had read appeared to be accurate. Nice relaxing environment but not too stuffy. The waiter was friendly and the munu had a nice selection. We opted for the steaks; mine the big ribeye and her the filet. They must have had a new grill man working as both steaks were victims of the flame. They had that sooty bitter coating that happens when the fire flares up on the meat. The lights were too low to really see it when they brought it to the table. We mentioned it to the waiter who was apologetic but didn't offer any recompense, (not even a free cup of coffee). The steaks were OK. The ribeye was pretty lean, not well marbeled as a good ribeye should be, so flavor suffered. I will probably not go back again. Too pricey for a hit or miss experience.
Posted: 4/06/2007 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
They consider them selves Buckhead....and a simple Belvedere on the rocks is 2 dollars is too high. I' ve been a patron for 7yrs and they have no care. You can have drinks cheaper elsewhere.
Posted: 11/28/2006 • Last edited: 10/15/2010 • Link to this review
Made a reservation online for 2 for a Friday night. We got right in and the service was superior. The waiter recommended a great bottle of wine. Bread was fresh and the oysters were superb. Salmon and steak were fesh and cooked to perfection. The creme brule was also very good. I would definitely recommend this place and I will return
Posted: 4/25/2006 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
I've held one large group dinner at Blackstone. They were wonderfully professional and accomodating, and everyone loved the food they ordered. I would go back in a heart beat.
Posted: 4/17/2006 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
Jeff and the guys at the Blackstone create an elegant atmosphere, but make you feel appreciated like you are dining at an old friends home. Wonderful food and friendly people.
Posted: 2/27/2006 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review