About One Eared Stag
Atlanta, GA 30307
New American restaurant.
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
Food was really good, but we had to wait ...
Food was really good, but we had to wait a full hour between our appetizers and main course. The table next to us ate mains, and ordered, were served, and finished dessert before we received our entrées. Our server only checked on us once during this time. A bit disappointing.
This was suggested by a friend and is a ...
This was suggested by a friend and is a great little neighborhood gem. Great ambiance and friendly staff with an interesting and slightly unusual menu. Of course, I had the fried chicken special and it was fantastic albeit a tad overpriced.
We went on a busy night so we expected s ...
We went on a busy night so we expected service to be a bit slow, but the wait time for drinks alone took over 20 minutes. Even if you set that aside, the food was mediocre with the chop being more gristle than meat and the schnitzel being dried out from overcooking. Cap that with the high price point and I was really disappointed.
This place is hit or miss. We've had gr ...
This place is hit or miss. We've had great meals but this time was totally average and for the price - pretty disappointing. We had a party of 8, and half the entrees were cold. Service, wine, cocktails were fine. We prefer eating in the bar area.
Everything at this restaurant was perfec ...
Everything at this restaurant was perfect from the moment we stepped in the door. The hostess was very accommodating since we were late because of traffic. She switched out the backless bar stools at our table for more comfortable chairs so we could enjoy our meal. Our meal was exceptional. We shared the pickled mussels which were really good and so different . All of our entrees were amazing . We had the duck, trout and pork which were all amazing. I must complement the pastry chef also. She makes this wonderful black Forrest cake which is so different from what you have had in the past. It is so yummy without the sweet cherry glaze.. instead she uses some very nice marinated cherries with chocolate mousse squares and a wonderful layered cake with cream in between the layers. My complements to our waiter also. He was so helpful and I enjoyed talking with him about all of the items on the menu. Can't wait to go back for brunch.
Didn't enjoy this place. Next to Marta s ...
Didn't enjoy this place. Next to Marta station, very spotty service. Scant number of menu items. Waited for entrees with nothing but 1 drink and water on table and waiter kept asking if everything was ok but never brought ice I asked for??
Had hog jowl which was nicely prepared but mostly pure fat and little pork. My son had hanger steak which was delicious but not worth the wait.
I would have preferred Louisiana Bistreaux in Decatur if I knew I was going to wait 30 minutes for meal.
Very disappointing. Chicken schnitzel wa ...
Very disappointing. Chicken schnitzel was not will prepared with noticeable tendons in a portion and slightly burnt taste. Breading was underwhelming. The pate was pedestrian and the hot cheese was extremely over-priced. The persons that had duck or trout enjoyed their entrees although they were over-priced as well. The huge burgers might be worth a try but again won't be a bargain. Really too many other good restaurants in Atlanta to merit a planned return.
One Eared Stag is a neighborhood favorit ...
One Eared Stag is a neighborhood favorite and always lives up to its great reputation. The menu changes frequently and can be a little challenging but it is always worth asking questions and even taking a leap of faith: the food is good here!
The tomato soup was awesome. Got the chi ...
The tomato soup was awesome. Got the chicken special because it was Monday "chicken special night". The chicken was moist and tasty. Good fried chicken. All of the food was too salty for me. The celery saLad was too salty to finish.
My husband and I went for Sunday brunch ...
My husband and I went for Sunday brunch and were very impressed. Everything we got was delicious but I'll point out the grits were the best I have ever had! It's a fun atmosphere and would be good for friend groups or a fun date.
I took my wife here a few months ago and ...
I took my wife here a few months ago and we were pleasantly surprised at how great everything was. Like, everything.
This time however, most everything was fair. Nothing was outright bad. It just wasn't as exceptional as the time before.
Talking to friends, it seems to have earned a rep of being a bit hit-or-miss. I honestly don't mind that once in a while if the prices don't create high expectations, but an over cooked $30 duck dish is just one of a handful of reasons I won't jump at the chance to take her there next time around. I'm not typically one to send food back to the kitchen unless it's raw or has a critter in it. Or hair. Hair will do it, too. Other than that, I just deal with the fact that it's not that great and I choose another place next time. I think that's where I've landed with this one.
Were there on a Monday, on which they no ...
Were there on a Monday, on which they now have a fried chicken special. Comes in three portions, individual and two sharing sizes. 5 of us shared one of those and starters and sides (pork belly, risotto, mussels and a couple more). It was absolutely fantastic. Robert Phalen's doing great work. The space has always been great also. Fantastic place to have a meal in Inman Park.
Our entrees and appetizers were phenomen ...
Our entrees and appetizers were phenomenal! We were so impressed we ordered the unique flan dessert. This dessert is probably great on its own but after our flavorful food it was just...
I highly recommend this restaurant!
This was the second time I went back to ...
This was the second time I went back to the restaurant . I enjoy the different flavors the chef was able to provide. This time I was really disappointed when the chef served me a half cooked fried chicken. You could tell the chicken was still raw when you cut the chicken in half. The chef obviously does not care about his dish or his customers. He embarrassed himself by making this kind of mistake. With the price this restaurant was charging, the mistake the chef made was disgusting. Plus I had a stomachache after my brunch. I think the duck egg was not fresh either.
My boyfriend and I went here for brunch ...
My boyfriend and I went here for brunch with another couple. Based on reviews, we were expecting great food - and we were definitely not disappointed. We both tried the biscuits and gravy and the chicken and waffles. It was all delicious! I'm anxious to go back soon and try their dinner options. The price per entre was on the higher side, but certainly not too expensive, and well worth the quality of food.
A little underwhelming to be honest. We ...
A little underwhelming to be honest. We were here from out of town, and I wanted to try somewhere in the Edgewood area. The food and ambiance were just so-so. I will say the burger looked great, but we didn't try it!
Unfortunately the 3 of us ordered the sa ...
Unfortunately the 3 of us ordered the same dish, and none of us liked it. It was the chicken and waffle. The chicken was tasteless. One of us had a not-quite-done waffle. I am so disappointed because this restsurant was on my list to try. I am even more disappointed because I recommended we all try it last Sunday, and no one liked it!
I had the black pepper biscuits and tast ...
I had the black pepper biscuits and tasted no black pepper in that gravy at all; It had a flour taste instead. The coloring wasn't there either - don't know if the chef forgot to put black pepper in that one time. I sampled others plates and it tasted delicious. It was a cute set-up of a restaurant. Staff was friendly, reasonably priced for a stand alone neighborhood restaurant. For the ambiance, our table was seated in front of a painting of what looked like a deer that had been killed - one leg was dangling in a bucket and it looked as though it's stomach was cut open - NOT what I want to sit in front of while eating.
Foodie that has wanted to try this place ...
Foodie that has wanted to try this place for awhile. Came with a dinner for 2 Scoutmob purchase. Cocktails and apps (stracchino cheese and shishito peppers) were great. Main course of sardines were overly salty and neither of us ate much of it.
We came from NY and hoped for a great ov ...
We came from NY and hoped for a great overall experience. The food was cooked perfectly and simply. The atmosphere is warm and relaxed. However, the service level from the various waitstaff was not great. Our server didn't really understand our wine choice, and she didn't respond quickly to requests even though the restaurant wasn't very crowded. Another server didn't seem thrilled to get us something we asked for. It didn't seem like a crew that enjoyed working together and for each other.
In general, when food is good, it's even better when served with a real smile.
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