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About Negril Village
Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, Negril Village promises to entertain your soul as well as your palette in a elegant & classy environment. The latest installment in the Negril chain specializes in Nu Caribbean cuisine or what is dubbed “New York Savvy Caribbean cuisine”. The menu embraces the cooking styles and techniques of destinations such as Trinidad (i.e. Chicken Roti), Puerto Rico (i.e. Island Paella), and of course Jamaica (i.e. Jerk Chicken and Ackee). Set on two levels, the restaurants décor can be described as warm and elegant. The spacious dining room, on the upper level, boasts hardwood floors and exposed brick walls; while the dining area, on the lower level, warms you with its Spectacular woodwork ,cathedral ceilings, and wonderful artwork.
Atlanta, GA 30308
Caribbean, Jamaican, West Indian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch- Tue thru Fri 11am to 3:30pm
Brunch- Sat and Sun 10am to 3:30pm
Dinner- Tue. thru Thur. 5pm to 10:30pm, Fri.at 5pm to 12am, Sat. 6:00pm to 12am Sun 6:00pm to 10pm
West Peachtree Street & Peachtree Street NE
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music on the upper level during special events.
Full Catering available.
Located right next door to the North Avenue Marta train station. within walking distance from the Fox Theatre!
Private Party Facilities:
Huge, beautiful upstairs ,private dining area. Including your private bar and kitchen. Great for any private event or corporate meeting. VIP space available.
Private Party Contact:
Jazmine Lightburn: (404) 464-7159
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Ask about our special events space.
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Negril Village Ratings and Reviews
We had a great experience, from the time we arrived til the end. The hostess was very nice and our waitress had great customer service skills. Remember everyone drink and food order without writing it down. The first was jamming... We will definitely return
Went for Mother's Day and the food was phenomenal!!! Oxtails, rice&peas cabbage with a side of mac & cheese with 2 mango mojito drinks. Will try again. Only downside no curry shrimp at time of reservation 930pm. Otherwise, I will some there again. I parked on Peachtree and walked in heels with a 6 mo old baby didn't want to risk my car getting booted based on other reviews.
We had a 10:00 reservation on mothers day for brunch. They even called us to remind us to be on time. We were there at 10 on the nose and they were not ready for us. When we finally got seated, we waited another 15 minutes for the waiter and then 45 minutes more for the food. We asked for the appetizer to come out first, it came out 5 minutes before the entree. I guess that was before LOL. My daughter ordered grits with cheese added and potatoes with cheese added. When the food came out no cheese. We asked the waiter what happened and he said I dont know let me check and then came back and said they are out of cheese. (Didnt you guys just open up?) The manager cam by and said, well we are out and we will comp the grits but you must pay for the potatoes. We look and say why? It was downhill from there. He was rude and ignorant and we did not eat any of the food just paid our check and walked out. What a shame...
My experience at Negril Village is always wonderful. From the four times I've dined at this establishment the food, service, and ambiance has been stellar. This spot is truly a GEM when it comes to brunch. Downstairs is nice and offers live music but if you're looking to have a blast with your group, the real party is upstairs. The DJ is great and edits the music to accommodate all that may be in the crowd which I truly appreciate. But make sure you book a reservation because this place seems to be getting discovered by more and more people every time I come.
So, I was not happy overall with the service. Upon my arrival, I had an ice cream cake, and I was told that I would have to pay an extra $25. Spoke to the manager, and that was rectified. I asked if the cake could be placed in the freezer. Later, when we had the ice cream cake to celebrate my Sister's Birthday, it was like a milkshake. We couldn't even take the rest of the cake home, and enjoy it, due to the staff not obviously placing the cake in the freezer. I was livid and so was my SISTER. I spent $38 on that ice cream. So, I am still very unhappy with Negril Village. I even tried to call on Saturday, but someone hung up on me.
Negril Village is a delicious Caribbean restaurant whose dishes seem to lean more on the Jamaican culture. The building is a classy old firehouse from the early 1900's, and the interior has been renovated very elegantly. However the service and dishes were far from stuffy. Our server was a delight, and the dishes were flavorful. Everyone in our group of 8 really enjoyed everything they had. Of particular note is the house-made ginger beer (non-alcoholic), and bread pudding. The location is just 1-2 blocks from the Fox Theatre, so it can be a great pre or post theater meal too. Unfortunately, the parking is very limited, so you might want to pre-book it somewhere else if you're doing a show.
I love Negril Village and have become a regular for happy hour, brunch, and dinner. However, they've recently changed their policy to "cash only" which is very inconvenient in 2017. They have an ATM, but I'm not sure what the fee would be. Hopefully they get rid of this policy.
The service was friendly but not overly so though it took a little while for someone to come to our table it wasn't that big of a deal. The evening was lovely due to the ambience and our server Allison and the salmon and the jerk chicken oh my goodness !! Definitely upscale as far as Jamaican food goes and a great place to go before a show at The Fox.
My partner is Jamaican and so this was going to be quite a test for authenticity! We LOVED the food and the service. Usually Jamaican restaurants have TERRIBLE customer service but Negril Village has figured it out! This restaurant experience is worth every cent over the typical Jamaican food experience. The food is for those who know what it should taste like. They do not shy away from flavor or spice! Thanks again Negril Village - Long life to you!
Came here to celebrate my husbands birthday. Spoke with the waiter while my husband stepped out to let him know That it was his bday. The waiter suggested a cake of my choice An he would make it happen... he totally forgot to bring anything out and did not acknowledge the convo we had prior to my husband leaving the table
This is my fifth time visiting this establishment. Each time my experience has gotten worse.
The live music is AWESOME.
The last two times I've had the same server and her attitude is horrible.. Also the last two times I've tried to order the "Oxtail Hash" and it was told to me that they no longer had any. I also tried to order the oxtail empanadas and they were also sold out.
I will definitely be returning again, but will ask for a different server and to be told what was no longer available when I'm 1st seated so that I won't waste time even looking at that/those items
The food and ambience are excellent! However, the 1.50 hours table time limit should change to at least 2.00 hours. I'm not a fan of restaurants who has a time limit on tables. I feel if guests are spending money they should be allowed to dine as long as they are spending money.
This was one of the best places I have been to since I lived here in ATL. I moved down here years ago from Chicago and have not been really able to get out and about. The food was great and the vibe was great. Good music, love the décor. Very prompt service and friendly staff. Very great drinks also! Would recommend this to anyone. The only negative things wer the parking lot is small so get there before it is packed, and also the building itself is kind of hidden, could use a bright paint job so it is more noticeable and an update on the outside of the building! Enjoyed overall :) Will come back!
Excellent choice and convenient for before-theatre at the Fox - and very close to the North Ave Marta station. Located in an historic firehouse with a patio for dining. Enjoyed Jerk Salmon on sweet potato mash with sautéed cabbage and Chocolate Lava Cake for dessert. We can't wait to go back to the Fox and enjoy Negril again.
Also convenient public parking adjacent to the restaurant.
My husband and I visited Negril Village tonight for the very first time for an anniversary dinner! We've been married for 9 months, but decided to have a wedding ceremony later. Our wedding specialist advised us to visit Negril Village, so that we could decide it we wanted to have our wedding celebration brunch or reception. Hands down, everything was fantastic and we're 100% sure we'll be renting a private room in the very near future. Our server Tenisha was THE best (knowledgeable, charismatic, humorous, patient, among other things!) We'll definitely visit again.
Went here for our wedding anniversary dinner. Great location, beautiful place! The ackee tostones are delicious! Hostess was very nice as were all the servers. Our server even brought us 2 glasses of champagne for our anniversary to make it special. Loved it!
I would recommend Negril Village for their excellent service, food selection and vibrant environment. It's great for a singles, a date night, girlfriends brunch or family gathering. The dining prices are reasonable, the venue is much bigger than you'd expect from the outside - there are two levels. Beautiful, spacious interior with banquette and bar seating; a live band turns up the vibes with contemporary and island favorites and beautiful people everywhere! Perfect intown eatery in my opinion.
I had problem with so called restricted menu. I couldnt substitute any sides. Rice & peas are cheap, so I didn't comprehend why substituting was banded. What if someone can't eat the sides that come with the meal. Also the restroom is only on top floor and not in a convenient location for those dining on the main level. Parking was extremely high. The website indicated $10 on weekends, we paid $20. That's ridiculous. The people dining should only pay $10 and maybe Negril should consider validating parking tickets for those dining in. Overall, I would visit again but not on the weekends.
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