Bridgetown Grill offers tropical indoor and patio dining in a casual, hip and fun atmosphere with reggae music. The decor is decorated in green, red and yellow with rough iron sculptures of happy dancing Caribbean people throughout the restaurant. They serve Caribbean cuisine with an emphasis on curry and jerk dishes, with chicken, pork and seafood entrees. They offer a wide assortment of appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, conch fritters, side dishes and desserts. They have a full.. bar with domestic and imported liqueurs, liquors, wines and beers. --Restaurant Row
They have the best jerk chicken...salads are fresh and the black bean soup is to die for............
The black and white soup is fantastic. We went there before a show at the Fox and they were really busy, but we got in and out with no problems. I will return.
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these guys have been around for a long time, and know what they are doing. Their jerk chicken has been voited for year as the beat in the city. Salads are fresh and crisp. Food arrives quick with very good service, by a staff that seem like they have been doing this forever.
Posted: 10/29/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This review is based upon 4 separate visits, none of which occured during a lunch or dinner rush. Three to the Buckhead location and 1 to the Midtown location. Average wait time from being seated to first acknowledgment by a waiter: 10 minutes. At the Midtown location, our waiter must have left the building because 45 minutes after ordering: no food and no waiter. I would estimate the restaurant was 20% full. When we asked another waiter to check on our order, not only was the order lost, but our waiter was nowhere to be found. Our last and final visit to the Buckhead location, no waiter acknowledged us 15 minutes after seating. Yes, we are polite guests and we do use deodorant. Great service says one reviewer?! I'd recommend visiting a Mom and Pop restaurant on Buford Highway to see how well-motivated owner/managers care for their guests.
Posted: 8/17/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
The food was pretty good. The service was not too good. They are known for their Conch Fritters and that is what we wanted. My husband ordered the Momba Platter (which has a little of everything on it). We came for his birthday dinner since he loves conch. It came and there were no Conch Fritters on the plate. After 7 minutes of trying to flag down our waiter he came over. We asked him where they were and he said; "Oh, we are out of conch, so we can't make them." We stared blankly at him and he walked off. We called the manager over and she just said; "Sorry, yes we are out. Your waiter should have told you." And that was it. No "let me pay for your drink" or "here's a coupon, please come back". I just felt like his birthday dinner was a big waste of time and effort. So much for a special night.
Posted: 3/03/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
My first time there was enjoyable. The food was good and filling. I enjoyed the jerk chicken and the pineapple bread. My only complain is the server could have been more personable. I would suggest going there and I'm going to go back when I'm in the area.
Posted: 2/21/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Bridgetown Grille is the perfect place to eat if your craving something different. The restaurant has a fun atmosphere, fantastic hawiaan bread, and I haven't been disappointed by a single meal yet.
Posted: 2/14/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review