About One Eared Stag
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, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
One Eared Stag Ratings and Reviews
This was our first visit to One Eared St ...
This was our first visit to One Eared Stag and while we will probably go back...it's not a place we will want to visit over and over again like some places here in Atlanta.
The dumpster salad was wonderful as were our deserts. And while we both enjoyed our main courses...I will just say the menu or the server should have clarified a few things. The bronzini came out as the entire fist...head and all. So a lot of bones to pick thru. I had a perfectly cooked ribeye...which did not have the bone in...something I thought was always the case with ribeye. Again, both dishes were very very good...just would have appreciated a bit of a heads up on the difference in presentation I guess you would call it:)
Where they loose points completely is their drinks. We paid $12 EACH for a cocktail that was supposed to contain rum and I think tequila was the other one. It was presented in a old fashioned champagne glass and those hold perhaps 3 or 4 SIPS....I'd guess maybe 3 oz. Okay so let's try dealers choice on the coctail menu...same price you pick a "flavor profile" and let the cockatil master do their thing. We said rum and fruity...and specifically said like a Mai Tai. We recieved...at least in a rocks glass this time...rum, CRANBERRY JUICE????, and soda water with perhaps a splash of lime. Seriously???
Atlanta has the food thing right but we are noticing a lot of fails on the cocktail front and this one was huge.
Great environment and location. Server w ...
Great environment and location.
Server was attentive and thorough.
Noise level was distracting; we were a table of 5 seated next to a table of 4 really loud individuals that made it difficult to have a conversation.
We learned of the One Eared Stag while w ...
We learned of the One Eared Stag while watching a food network show which featured the hot chicken sandwich, and again on a separate show which featured the chefs choice breakfast. Both features were intriguing so we decided to include it as a destination during our visit to ATL. We weren't disappointed in the least, in fact, our expectations were thoroughly exceeded! Our server (Collin) was exceedingly attentive, and the chefs choice breakfast spread blew us away! It truly has to be experienced to be believed! Bravo!!!
I couldn't locate the restaurant, but th ...
I couldn't locate the restaurant, but the hostess gave me great directions. Many interesting items on the menu. Bre, our waitress, was knowledgeable about the menu and gave us good suggestions. Will, definitely, return to try a different dish.
Had peas, smelt, fried green tomatoes... ...
Had peas, smelt, fried green tomatoes... they were all well presented but nothing stood out flavor wise... thought peas could use some brightness, smelt some crispiness and salt, tomatoes needed more of pretty sauce. Then we had the whole branzino and were wowed! Made experience. Was seasoned well and peas were crunchy, savory and just delicious!
The food was amazing. We had a pork chop ...
The food was amazing. We had a pork chop and a meat stick (their version of a cheeseburger). The burger was probably the best I've ever had, yet still a burger. The pork chop was knock your socks off good. Mouth-gasmic! Even the green beans were seasoned and cooked to perfection. The staff was super friendly and even went to trouble of mixing up a special condiment for us. I will definitely be back for more.
After seeing this place pop up in severa ...
After seeing this place pop up in several Atlanta magazines it was time to try it, and a nice restaurant to be reasonably kid friendly is a plus. We brought our 10 week old and had no problems with him sitting with us. We ordered wine and olives, solid starters, and then moved on to the hangar steak and feeling adventurous we opted for the braised lamb neck. We both agreed it was one of the best meals we'd had in Atlanta in a while, and selfishly considered not posting a review for fear that it gets overcrowded. For a high-quality farm to table meal this is a must.
The One Earrd Stag was on my must places to eat after reviews of the Meatstick. And it did not disappoint! Double meat delicious served on a soft warm bun with melted cheese and fresh homemade pickles. Highly recommend for those who are searching for the perfect burger. Big enough to share.
Don't forget to order donuts- eat them quickly before the sweet glaze hardens. These tasty treats were gone in 60 seconds.
Next visit I must try the black pepper biscuits and sausage gravy. The sausage is the best in Atlanta per my southern born mom who could not stop raving about how good it is.
Service... Happy faces, super accommodating and knowledgeable.
One Eared Stag delivered a gastronomy feast.
One Eared Stag menu continues to inspire and interest many diners including our out of town visitors from Niagara on the Lake region of Canada. A very attentive staff, great menu selection recommendations and nice visit from the chef. Definitely a place to visit over and over.
Cool restaurant with good food and great bourbon selection! "Supper" size portions were smaller than expected, but what it lacked in quantity it was excellent in quality. Might be better to get a few of the Hot/Cold appetizers to share with the table.
Was good but not great. Drinks were nice ...
Was good but not great. Drinks were nice as was the pork rib appetizer. Main course of Lamb Neck was huge though not as good as other lamb dishes I've had. My date had cod, which was again good but a little bland. Cool laid back environment and fun bar. Service was slow at start though server was knowledgeable.
The food was inventive and delicious - h ...
The food was inventive and delicious - highly recommend the pepper biscuits with fresh Strawberry preserves!
The service was HORRIBLE from the moment we walked in the door. No one greeted us and we waited a good 10mins before someone actually spoke to us & seated us. We were led to a dining room where our menus were tossed on to the table & the hostess kept walking. ALL of the waitstaff was short with us & no food or drink service was promptly. The Restuarant was busy but not that busy.
I will NoT ever go back there!
Good One-Time Experience
My husband and I are foodies and are making our way down the Top 50 Restaurants in Atlanta. We went to One Eared Stag for the first time last week. The restaurant is quaint and has an earthy, organic vibe to it. Crowd was a mix of trendy, Buckhead chic and college preppies. For some reason the acoustics are really bad. The restaurant was busy, but not crowded, and the patrons were not loud. Despite this, I felt like I had to yell to be heard across the table. Maybe it's due to the wood floors and brick walls that don't absorb any sound. The servers were very nice and friendly, however the food took a long time to arrive. It took an hour for the entrees. The soup came out lukewarm. The chicken was fabulous - juicy and flavorful. The rabbit was dry. It was not a bad experience overall, but we probably won't go back. Too many great restaurants in Atlanta we'd rather spend our time.
Average food, great ambiance for large groups
Restaurant is very loud so if you're looking for a romantic or first date place, this is not it. But it is a fun environment. Decor is cool, very open restaurant, great location. Food was good. Not amazing, not super special, but decent.
Our meals were flavorful and creative wi ...
Our meals were flavorful and creative without being over the top. Portions were just right. Food was fresh which only made the flavor better. We enjoyed our cocktails but did not have wine.
The server was pleasant but shared a bit disorganized which prolonged service a bit.
The chef is adamant about no substitutions. My husband would rather have had salad or a vegetable than the potatoes that came with the dish. The server blanched when he asked to substitute. A simple 'I'm sorry there are no substitutions' would have sufficed.
We would go back again if in the area, but would not make a special trip there.
The food was spot on. We had an English ...
The food was spot on. We had an English pea dish and the rabbit rillette as for 1st course. I had the fish and my wife had the steak. The service was mediocre at best. It was if our server woke up in a dream and realized she had to wait tables for the first time. It was a Thursday night at 6:30 and we were one of three tables in the restaurant. The hostess was just as surprised to be working at the restaurant as the waitress was. A man drinking at the bar assured us someone would be around shortly to seat us (thanks for the hospitality random stranger).
Nice place, a little pricey.
We went here for a special friends gathering and really liked it. Our favorite items on the menu were their oyster selections - delicious! Our dessert, a banana split with banana chip crumbles was also a big hit. This was a nice night out for us, so I didn't mind the prices, but I would not recommend this for a normal dinner outing because it was a little pricey. My husband and I spent $130 for an appetizer, an entree, two drinks, and a dessert.
A bit uneven, but very good experience
Went with my wife for a late brunch. Ordered the donuts to start and they were perhaps the best donuts I have ever eaten. They evidently have a very good pastry chef. Don't miss them if they are on the menu! Egg sandwich was very good tho not a stand out item and the fries that accompanied the sandwich were not hot and crisp--more lukewarm and a bit greasy. My wife ordered a salad that was very good and a Bloody Mary that was truly excellent. I will need to go back to judge, but at least the desserts and drinks are first rate. The donuts were only $6 for three good sized donuts. The Bloody Mary was $12 and the drink menu, including wines, were on the higher end of pricing from what I could tell (corkage is $25--a bit more than I like to see). Still, worth a repeat trip to try other items. Service, contrary to other reviews I have read was quite good--pleasant and attentive.
Great Find and Excellent Interior
Interior of the restaurant is very homey and inviting. Service was excellent. Food was very good. They had a selection of 5 different oysters that came on the half-shell. They also had an excellent TARTARE, which everyone MUST try! The steak and pork chop entrees were both cooked very well. The steak was cooked perfectly to order and the pork chop was still juicy and tender. Overall, the restaurant was great and would highly recommend this restaurant to others!
A typically good lunch turned GREAT!
One Eared Stag is one of the most underrated restaurants in Atlanta. Period. I love going there with my best buddy aka the Mrs. for a reliably good lunch. However, this time, it surprised even me because they had three amazing dishes that are usually not offered at the same time on the menu. These were the rabbit rillettes, a delicious and rich cold appetizer; the hot pastured chicken, a spicy and authentic homage to the Nashville-style hot chicken; and finally, a very rare but spectacular dish in the catfish sausage bowl. WOW! If you haven't been to One Eared Stag, please go. It's awesome but you really need to go for about 4 different meals to get a full picture. First, go for dinner on Monday to have the heavenly fried chicken, go for dinner on a separate night to try out different dishes, go for a low-key but amazing weekday lunch, and finally the brunch buffet on Sunday morning!
Great food, ok service
The food is always amazing every time I go, however I cannot say the same about the service. It took at least 10-15 for someone to even bring us water and the place wasn't even that busy. Our waiter will disappear for 20 minutes at a time and not even take our drink orders or ask if we want anything other than water.
celebration dinner a hit!
Terrific celebratory dinner with my filmmakers after a successful screening of our film "the wrong light" at the Atlanta film festival. Each dish put together flavors in a way that was unique and scrumptious. Chicken was moist and tasty. Pork Chop Rocked. Rabbit appetizer a must. and the Smores dessert is still being talked about!!! Service was excellent as well
What, no chicken!
We were disappointed to find that at 7:30, they had sold out of their Monday-only fried chicken at 6:15! WOW. The service was slow; we waited quite a while for drinks. The server shorted our order one dish. Our burger arrived without the knife that is usually stuck through the middle and we had to ask a couple of times for condiments. The waiter appeared overburdened although the dining room was only half full. We've enjoyed this restaurant in the past, but the service was pretty sketchy.
Charming atmosphere, reasonable food
We gathered at the One Eared Stag for Easter Brunch and were very impressed by the look and feel of the restaurant. It is completely charming for family or a date or a fun party. That said the food was good, but not great. Meals were not hot and the coffee was noticeably cool, even after we asked for a 2nd and 3rd hotter. Service was inconsistent even though the restaurant was not full. We all wanted to love this charming spot, but it was not as special as we hoped...
We had a few appetizers and the meatstick. So delicious! I think it is the best burger in Atlanta!
Great beer and cocktail selection as well. Highly recommend.
Oh, and our service was outstanding. Nice, attentive but not bothersome, and funny!
We had brunch there & had a reservation. ...
We had brunch there & had a reservation. We arrived earlier than our reservation. The food was good but our experience was soured by the way that we were treated by the host and hostess. We watched her give away a table to a couple that arrived 20 minutes after we did. Their reservation was for the same time as ours. She ended up seating us at a hightop table that we had told her 25 minutes earlier we did not prefer. When we asked her why another couple was seated at a table that was empty the entire time we waited, she gave us an explanation that made no sense and talked about the fact that she had to move reservations around. If she had simply used the words "I'm sorry for your inconvenience," it would have truly been fine. After waiting approximately 10 minutes the male host eventually poured water for us . Once he arrived, the server could not have been nicer. You are right, I should've asked to speak to management, but when you have those kinds of experiences it just distorts your judgment. My lasting impression is that we were treated as if we were in an expensive Manhattan restaurant and that we should be thankful that we were allowed to eat there. The folks at the hostess table should be thankful that the food is good.
Wife and I came here for dinner this past weekend. The food, atmosphere, service were all great. A bit more expensive maybe than comparable restaurants but only by a small margin. Would definitely go back, especially during the warmer months when their large tucked away outside patio is open! Also - great drinks!
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