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About One Eared Stag
New American restaurant.
Atlanta, GA 30307
Contemporary American, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Daily Hours: Sunday - Monday : 11:00am - 3:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:00pm,
Thursday - Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm, 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Bar menu served from 3:00pm to 5:00pm daily
Saturday & Sunday Brunch
Edgewood Avenue NE @ Hurt Sreet
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact us at (404) 525-4479 for catering inquiries
Inman park MARTA station
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
One Eared Stag Ratings and Reviews
I took a few employees out, trusting other reviewers recommendations. The menu offered us lots of interesting and unusal taste treats. We loved the salads we tried, the cheese plate was amazing, and the duck egg was very savory. The special burger had me envious after our plates arrived, but everyone was very happy with their meals and their drinks.
Overall, this place is one that I will revisit. I absolutely loved the food. We went with the cheese plate and followed that with the limited-quantity fried chicken dish (family portion). The availability of family portions makes this an incredible value and the meal was delicious. The service left so much to be desired. We made an RSVP for 9pm and when we arrived, the employee experience made us feel as if we were a burden to be served by them. I hoped that feeling would fade over the course of dinner but as time neared to request the check, it was clear this experience was cemented in the evening. Despite the lackluster of enthusiasm by the team working this particular evening, I would gladly return for the great menu options. I recommend this restaurant, just have tough skin and focus on the ambiance and entrees.
On my third time dining at One Eared Stag, while the food is good, the service ruined the meal. The server was not present, and when she was she was extremely rude to most of our party. After being charged double for the meal and speaking with the manager, he seemed just as irritated at our existence. My second experience was quite similar. I won't be able to allow myself to return.
I come from Taiwan. My gril friend and I went to this restaurant for brunch. We the the second couple during this time. They gave us the worst seat beside the restroom. I saw lots of seats available near the window and they spare those seats to other couples who are not asian. I feel bad because I think we are discriminated or they just think we wouldn't pay enough tip.
Then I chose to pay less tip but I was still charged by 15% automatically.
We are willing to pay more tip if we are satisfied by their service but they enforced us pay such tip without good service which is make me disappointed.
I have been wanting to try this place for ages, as a friend is constantly recommending it. When I saw that it had been rated the best restaurant in Georgia for Farm to Table, I finally made a reservation. We happened to pick Monday night which was Fried Chicken night, and we had the BEST fried chicken I have ever had in my life, including my mother's which I thought could not be beat. We did the order for 2 and had enough to bring home for a second delightful dinner the next night. It came with a delicious broccoli soup. Since we saved some chicken, we sprung for dessert and had the panna cotta with olive oil cake - Wonderful! Service was friendly and nicely paced. Small wait on the 2nd glass of wine, but happy that a local place was nice and busy on a Monday night. Definitely will go back.
Everything was great except the speed, or lack thereof. Waited at least 10 minutes to be acknowledged at the hostess stand, waited for our drinks to be delivered, and waited an unforgivable amount of time for our entrees. It we hadn't been starving, we would have walked out. Our waiter was charming and apologized but that was as far as it went. Probably won't return.
The appetizers were amazing. The cocktails were fantastic. The entrees were earthy and fascinating. Unfortunately the desserts did not match up to the rest of the meal. Really leading up to the desserts it was one of the best meals that I have had in a while. I loved the ambience of the restaurant. The desserts didn't seem to have the same thought and effort put into them as the rest of the meal. We will return though.
Both my friend and I received cold entrees and alerted the waiter. There was no apology at all for the cold food nor did they suggest taking it off the bill as most fine dining places would. They simply brought us another plate but still no apology for the first blunder. Also, place is very loud and hard to talk there. Last I feel the prices were too high for the value of the food.
The food was good; the clams under hots was a good amount for the $; for the scallops I thought is was an ungenerous amount for $30 but very tasty. Dessert on the small side.
It was the area of the restaurant we were sitting in that was a problem. There was a meeting in the next room with a microphone and I could not hear my friends talk; plus it rained and water came under the door. The back room we were in was an unfriendly atmosphere.
The waiter was excellent and had to mop the floor while we were eating.
Overall great experience. Unique menu with demonstrated intention by the chef. Every dish had very distinct flavors highlighting fresh ingredients. Beverage menu provided interesting choices that perfectly complement the food. Additionally, the service was excellent. Well worth the drive to get to Inman park from buckhead.
My husband and I went last night for dinner with another couple and we had a fantastic dinner! I'm not sure why this place was so slow for a Tuesday night, because the food was just outstanding. We enjoyed the short rib tartar, clams, pork loin, hot chicken, and the meat stick. My only critique would be that the clam dish needed to come with some bread for sopping up the beautiful broth (we ended up asking for some). Cocktails were great too!
The menu was very creative and gourmet like. The food was awesome! Really good.
Service... Hostess was polite and accommodating. Server, not good at all. Not attentive. Didn't care to explain the menu and also did not have a good attitude.
Overall I will definitely go again, but will try to sit at another section.
I had heard about One Eared Stag for some time as a top brunch place in the ATL.
The food was excellent. Especially the donuts and biscuits for first course for the table. As for the main course the food can be considered slightly "adventurous." The Chef's Brunch for example is an off menu item in which you get an unknown plater of food, chef's choice with a beer. We also had the fried quail and waffles which were also good.
Finally, the bar menu is very extensive with some hidden gems.
The only issue was the service was slightly sub-par.
Overall, I can see why One Eared Stag is ranked among the top brunches in the city.
We went for brunch early (11:00) on a Sunday. The chef selection brunch plate was the most amazing brunch selection I have ever tasted and my wife's biscuits and gravy fantastic as well. I only wish they could serve alcohol before 12:30 on Sundays as I was looking forward to the can of beer that typically goes with the chef selection! Very creative selections, staff very friendly and knowledgeable and the food very well priced. We will definitely be back......thank you for a great foodie experience!
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