Grappa offers variety of a cornucopic depth, from the various regions of France to the even more various regions of Italy. The chefs produce unique flavor combinations from other locales: tuna tartar with pickled ginger and sesame oil drizzle has graced the menu. Grappa also serves many hard-to-find wines for fun wine-food pairings. The respective owners are also known for their sensibilities: the Buckhead cottage glistens with candlelight. Contemporary art hangs on the sponged walls.
I went to this restaurant for a friends birthday dinner bc they had a coupon. The food was overpriced. The kobe burgers that we read reviews on were terrible. The buns looked like they came from walmart - not even out of the fresh bakery section. There was one waitress for the whole restaurant and service was terrible. I also used a card that I rarely use to pay for this and my card number was compromised. The side salad was $9 for brown lettuce. Overall, please don't waste your time or money. It's definitely not worth it.
Posted: 1/12/2012 • Link to this review
This restaurant is called Mosaic now, and it's fabulous, great food and atmosphere that's unpretentious in Buckhead. Owner and chef are a delite. check out their website www.mosaicatl.com.
Posted: 9/28/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review