Our first clue should have been that the place was dead on a Friday night. The decor is inviting enough, but that doesn't make up for the terrible service. I think our waitress is a budding magician, because she kept performing the "disappearing waitress routine" all night. The food is nothing exceptional. The one chicken dish is "organic chicken", it is a piece of baked chicken with absolutely no flavor at all for $18. I should have gone to Publix and gotten a rotisserie chicken. It would have tasted better and the service would have been better.If there was a rating lower than poor, I'd give it.
Posted: 9/07/2008 • Link to this review
Great little spot with moder decor, very clean and fresh looking however the food is over priced. It's great food but I don't care to spend $15 on a sandwich for lunch.
Posted: 5/06/2008 • Last edited: 7/23/2008 • Link to this review
Located across from the GA Tech Conference Center, the Globe is a good location for a business dinner or drinks after work. The decor is very spare and modern and the drink menu is elaborate. I went with a group of 15 and the service seemed to be quite good - they seated us immediately and the service was prompt. The menu was healthy and had enough variety to please most people. I wouldn't say the food was outstanding, but it was certainly good and a pleasant change of pace.
Posted: 4/22/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2008 • Link to this review
My wife and I went to the Globe for dinner on a Wednesday night. The place was about 25% full at 7:30pm. We were greeted immediately and seated by the windows. That was the last time we saw someone. After 15 minutes alone at the table without any attention we left. Needless to say I would not recommend the Globe and will not be back.
Posted: 4/03/2008 • Link to this review
Located in Technology Square @ the Georgia Tech campus in midtown...This laidback, smartly designed restaurant serves American contemporary cuisine creatively. It's been on my mind to visit, but I keep getting sidetracked, so a friend and I stopped by on a whim. We were graciously greeted and escorted to our table. I wasn't very hungry, but my friend was starved...he wanted steak but he settled for the angus burger with fries, we both decided on the White Gulf Shrimp cakes with mango/pineapple salsa....ummmm good! As we swayed to global beats, it was now time for dessert, so many choices.. I enjoyed the Rum glazed Upside Down Pineapple cake with creme fraiche....sinfully delicious...and my guest ordered the Quince/Apple cobbler...of course, we sampled each other's desserts. After dessert, we wandered into the library filled with books, magazines for our reading pleasure. I think we stayed until closing...well, almost. I hear it's Atlanta's Best Kept Secret for Weekend brunch.. call me....let's go for lunch, dinner, weekend brunch....no advance notice required..just call me and I'll be there! * Pros: Parking, Convenient location, Great Customer Service! * Overall user rating: Average
Posted: 10/05/2007 • Last edited: 1/23/2009 • Link to this review