New South Flavor, Old South Charm
Trackside Grill located in historic Kennesaw, GA is a family owned restaurant with true southern charm. This quaint eatery features a creative chef driven kitchen serving classic comfort & southern American cuisine. Trackside Grill offers a unique dining experience in a casual atmosphere perfect for a business or ladies lunch, date night or Sunday brunch.
The restaurant's "Made from Scratch Kitchen" takes a simple approach to your favorite comfort.. foods combined with the chef's innovative seasonal & daily specials. We take pride in purchasing the highest quality ingredients available for your dining experience. Must tries include Fried Green Tomatoes, Low Country Shrimp & Grits, Southern Pot Roast and of course the Macaroni and Cheese. Enjoy your favorite dish with a glass of wine or cocktail from our full bar.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
Me and my wife go here at least once a month for the past 4 years since we first discovered the place. The food has always been great ! We love the Fried green tomatoes, rueben sandwich, wedge salad, and the patty melt. At least this is what we have tried and usually stick with what we love, but i'm sure all the food is great. The service has improved the last 2 times we've been there, I would say this is only area in the past that they needed improvement on!
Posted: 8/30/2014 • Link to this review
We have had Sunday brunch at Trackside Grill 4 - 5 times over the last year and each visit has become more and more disappointing, with today being the last. While the food is mostly the issue, our waitress today was the last straw. She was short with us for no reason and completely unfriendly, (certainly not a winning combination). The corned beef hash was the opposite of hash; chunks of unseasoned red potatoes, pieces of what could have been store sliced corned beef, and two poached eggs, all swimming in some undefinable yellowish liquid. My wife's knife and fork egg sandwich was essentially a grilled cheese with an egg and bacon on lightly toasted bread. It was about as devoid of flavor as the hash. The place has a great atmosphere but that's about it currently.
Posted: 8/18/2013 • Link to this review
Used to eat here weekly. Within the last year, there has been a notable decline in service. Although a full bar is provided on one occasion our waitress told us that the bartender stated she could make a frozen margarita,but she did not know how to make a frozen daiquiri or a Kahlua Coffee? Also, servers appear to be much slower than in the past, and at least one order is either inaccurate, sometimes one arrives cold or arrives much later than the others at the table. No apologizes from the server(s) or management. It seems like the decline occurred around the time of the expansion. Sad. It used to be one of our favorite spots. :(
Posted: 12/25/2012 • Link to this review
I have been here several times, infrequently. I now remember why; slow lunch service, food that is not inspiring and way overpriced. The Cesar Salad is a perfect example. Very simple, should be an appitizer yet it is pawned off as an entree. Lettuce, a little dressing and a few croutons. That is it, no bread, no signature to this sample dish. Every meal is borderline, never worth the expense. Save your money, go to Henry's or Elevation Chop House if you are in the neighborhood. . .
Posted: 9/10/2010 • Link to this review
The atmosphere is great, casual and relaxed. The food is fantastic with lots of choices (my favorite is the mac and cheese with andouille sausage. The service is very friendly.
Posted: 3/31/2010 • Link to this review
This is such a charming place for a nice dinner or lunch. We always take our out of town guest here for a local flair and leave very satisfied. The portions are very large. The menu is small but wonderful. Try the fried green tomatoes they are superb!
Posted: 9/10/2009 • Link to this review
I ate at this place with my family and the service and the food was great. I went about 1 week ago, but I'm sure I will be back soon considering I am a new local to the Kennesaw area.
Posted: 6/25/2009 • Link to this review
You can always get a table, the staff is pleasant and the food almost always is good, that's why we keep going back. Except for one Sunday the omlette I ordered was cold on the inside and the potatoes were cold. Other tables got muffins and we had to wait and wait for ours. Seems the kitchen just lost it's punch that day. I hope Tracksides doesn't turn into a hit or miss restaurant I really like it.
Posted: 7/15/2008 • Link to this review
They have the best fried green tomatoes I have ever tried. They offer a Fried Green Tomato BLT that is to die for. And my other favorite is Pecan Fried Chicken. It is a real good place to have lunch or dinner. All the dishes are prepared fresh and the service is excellent.
Posted: 5/08/2008 • Link to this review