About The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish
Unique people, delicious food and good-for-the-earth goods all come together at The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at PARISH. Step off the Beltline and join the vibrant culture of Inman Park at its core. Located in the historical Terminal Building built in 1890, the only remaining structure from an old pipe factory, PARISH has restored the space to its original grandeur. Whether you venture upstairs to the Brasserie or head downstairs to The Neighborhood Café, expect to find inspired familiar American food, inventive beverage, and warm hospitality. Named one of the “Top 11 Restaurants” by The Atlantan, Parish has received non-stop acclaim since its opening. Parish has been featured on CNN.com and proudly holds a 3 star review from The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Located at 240 North Highland Avenue in Atlanta, Ga., The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at PARISH is open five days a week for lunch and dinner and brunch on the weekends.
Hours of Operation:
Brasserie Lunch: Wednesday-Friday 11:30-2:30pm
Dinner: Wednesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Market: Open at 8am Wednesday -Sunday
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Call to set up appointment to go over your party with us.
Street or Valet parking available
Inman Park Marta Station
Private Party Facilities:
Original exposed brick, red murano chandeliers and antique Parisian scones give Parish a unique elegance unlike any venue. Perfect for large groups. Parish seats up to 110, and can accommodate up to 250 for receptions. This two story edifice is great for hosting an event guests are sure to enjoy.
Private Party Contact:
Concentrics Events: 6789042367x
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We are the perfect setting for your next private luncheon, dinner, rehearsal dinner, wedding, or business party. Please call us at 404-681-4434 to plan your next event.
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The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish Ratings and Reviews
A cool, eclectic place in Atlanta that m ...
A cool, eclectic place in Atlanta that my wife and I love to visit. Atmosphere has been very quiet during our visits, but we've been told it gets very crowded on weekends and for Sunday brunch. Appetizers are unique and very tasty... SHISHITO TEMPURA was particularly memorable. We split the hangar steak for dinner and it was delicious. The wine list is small(er), but there are some gems to choose from. The wait staff on our visits has been very attentive and helpful… what can I say… we love the place.
Food was good, service was ok, but the m ...
Food was good, service was ok, but the music from downstairs was so loud and distracting, it was hard to relax and enjoy our dinner. There was different music playing upstairs and it ended up with a dissonance that was unpleasant.
Cute, casual place, which is definitely ...
Cute, casual place, which is definitely becoming a favorite for brunch. Definitely order and share the cinnamon roll. I've had the Ceasar salad and the hash; both are good. I've sampled the waffle - also good. Mixed feelings about the grits. My daughter thought they were great; I thought they were just okay...but I've learned that opinions about grits are truly subjective. Servers are friendly and attentive.
The building itself is an interesting on ...
The building itself is an interesting one, being an old pipe factory, but unfortunately the brick walls and high ceiling make for a noisy experience, even at brunch. Two of us had the Ernest Hemingway, which is an eggs Benedict with smoked salmon and spinach as the base. It was good, but mine had a bit too much garlic and the spinach was a tad bitter. Another guest had the bacon waffle and sausage and said they were delicious, so perhaps I just made a bad selection. Service was ok, but not exceptional, with no returns to ask about drink refills until coming to ask about interest in dessert. It's clearly a popular place in Inman Park and has an interesting menu, so perhaps worth another try.
We went here to celebrate my fiancé's bi ...
We went here to celebrate my fiancé's birthday on a Wednesday evening - the restaurant was not busy. They were severely understaffed, our server was taking care of all of the tables inside and outside. We waited an hour to get drinks and appetizers and decided to skip dinner and leave. The food was cold and it tasted like they haven't changed the oil in their fryer in months, disgusting. Horrible experience even though they knew we were celebrating a special occasion. We won't be back.
I absolutely loved it. Very beautiful an ...
I absolutely loved it. Very beautiful and interesting decor. The host and servers were great, and best of all, I have many food restriction and was worried but my boyfriend and I chose the place anyway, the waitress gave me tons of options that all worked for me. Thank you! The food was wonderful! Very accommodating.
I've been here many times and, overall, ...
I've been here many times and, overall, I have to say I love the bar and the food. That being said, the host (it's usually the same guy) is quite rude. Any request and he acts like he is "moving mountains" to accommodate it, if it even is. I have had my party present, in full, and still had to wait 10-15 minutes for a table when the restaurant is half empty. This is such a shame because it's the first experience and encounter I have upon entering the restaurant and it's such a sour one. Thank goodness the rest of the employees usually elevate the experience to make me come back.
I did like this place for the most part. ...
I did like this place for the most part. I do however take issue with the fact that there is NO handicap access and there are steps out front. Nowhere was this listed on OpenTable or the restaurant website for that matter. My husband and 2 brother in laws had to carry my father up the steps because he is in a wheel chair. (Already humiliating enough to him to be in the chair let alone having to.be carried up the steps)The people were nice and the music variety was great. However no one seemed to care there was no handicap access for my father on fathers day. No one offered so much as an appology for the inconvenience .
We went for brunch and had a hard time c ...
We went for brunch and had a hard time choosing from the selections - they all sounded delicious. The pasty basket was a great deal and good for sharing. The food was good! We loved the atmosphere and decor. We'd love to go back and try their dinner menu. Would definitely recommend.
We celebrated Father's Day with a fantas ...
We celebrated Father's Day with a fantasy and delicious brunch at The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish. The ambiance was nice and quiet and the food was great! I would recommend having brunch there, as it is a friendly and warm space with the authenticity of Inman Park. Also, the Parish Pastry Basket makes a great sweet treat for the entire table!
Have been here for brunch many times and ...
Have been here for brunch many times and it's always enjoyable! There is valet parking (parking in the area is hard to find!) and the restaurant backs out onto the Beltline which is nice to walk on after a delish meal at Parish!
Brunch was spectacular! I had the shrimp ...
Brunch was spectacular! I had the shrimp and grits, which tasted very fresh. My date had the fried chicken biscuit with sausage gravy and poached eggs. Both dishes were delicious! Try the cinnamon rolls and splurge on a cocktail. Fun people watching with the Beltline.
Parish is a good local restaurant
The restaurant has a good ambiance, no nonsense and food as well service is ok. We have been there 5 times and have to say that all invites we brought during the dinners where very positive about the restaurant, menu and easy going mentality.
I wouldn't normally have ordered somethi ...
I wouldn't normally have ordered something like the stuffed french toast, but my friend really wanted it but thought it was a bit pricey, so I ordered it and let me tell you, it was a hit! Three of us shared it and we all agreed it wasn't nearly as sweet as we expected and though it might be pricey, we would order it again.
On the Beltway
We decided to stop here and eat while we were riding our bikes on the beltway. There is a sign so you can find it, because it seems all the restaurants on the beltway back up to it. We sat outside and had a great lunch. We ordered the turkey sandwich and the tuna sandwich and they were delicious. The bread was toasted just right and it was some sort of bakery multi grain bread..that was just Yummy! They put sliced cabbage and sliced red onion on sandwich, served with dill pickle slices and their homemade chips, which were awesome! Try this restaurant if you are riding or walking the beltway!
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