About The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe at Parish
Atlanta, GA 30307
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: (678) 904-2367
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
Service was slow from the start. While the server (Maurice) was very polite, there were many times he would go away and never come back. 2 out of 3 dishes were prepared wrong, but quickly corrected. Drink reorder came out wrong and the last straw was having to go find our server to request the check. For the money, there are many other places who do brunch better.
Second time dining here and pretty surprised by how bad the service was this time around. Made a reservation for 1pm. Weren't seated till 1:30pm. Weren't brought water or talked to till 1:45pm. Weren't asked about our order till close to 2:15pm. Ordered coffee along with food but had to go to the bar to get coffee because it was forgotten - didn't get charged for that which was at least nice.
Food was good, the cinnamon rolls are always great. Service and management of customers was just horrible.
We had a group of 5 the night after Valentine's Day. While the crowd was significantly thinner than I am sure was the case the previous night, the food was very good and creative. The kitchen paid attention to detail and everything arrived as requested. Service was reasonably attentive. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone in the Old 4th Ward area and wondering where to eat.
My husband and I love to walk the beltline and try all the restaurants along the way. This was our 3rd stop and I really loved the decor/atmosphere here. We both had drinks from the bar and they were very good ! I ordered the mussels and my husband had the scallops. We both enjoyed our meal and the service was ok. I do want to mention the awesome dessert we ordered, the cinnamon roll bread pudding and let me say It would be worth the drive just to try it lol We are planning a trip back to check out the brunch menu.
It had been a while since we had been to Parish, so we thought we'd give it a shot. We had an enjoyable meal, the appetizers were tasty, the main courses were fine, but the service was a bit on the slow side. Overall it was fine, but hoped for a little bit more.
We absolutely loved this restaurant! We chose it based on the menu because we are currently trying to eat vegetable heavy meals. Parish had more options than we could even try during one meal, although we made it count with 4 of the appetizers and one shared entree. The cauliflower shared plate was probably my favorite, but I would definitely order the kale salad again and the polenta veggie dish. Overall this was a fantastic meal, we really enjoyed the 90s slow dance music (which could have been playing because of Valentine's Day was only a couple days off) and the atmosphere.
The food was surprisingly good. We hadn't been since they changed to the Brasserie. The fried cauliflower and the Caponata were delicious. My husband loved his pork belly and my friend loved the chicken schnitzel. My friend and I shared the Rigatoni which was pretty good and the mussels were average. The service was slow to start but improved.
We got an excellent greeting, however it was not busy we got a table in the middle of the dining room, under a spot light, luckily we got to change table to a window table. The service was great he took his time to explain wine and other questions we might have. My entre was good. my friend order the tartare as a entre but was not notified with how small it was. Also, unfortunately my boyfriend got fried chicken that was under cocked and even second time it was still under cocked.
The atmosphere is absolutely great at Parish.
I love Parish for its delicious food choices, its ambiance of vintage charm mixed with 21st century amenities, and the excellent and friendly service. I invited my group of new friends to meet me there, and they traveled more than 2 hours to 'make the date'. They were very impressed. Great job to all!
My wife and I met several out-of-town friends here for a late lunch/brunch on Saturday. This was our first trip in and we were very pleasantly surprised. The food was terrific, the service was warm and welcoming and prices were very reasonable. We will definitely be back.
We had New Years Day brunch here at Parish and it was fabulous! We went there originally because we wanted to use our Atlanta Dining Out Passbook coupon. The Fried Chicken Benedict was delicious. I had been there once before awhile back when the portions seemed small, but I left full and happy.
I brought out of town friends for an early New Year's Eve dinner. I had been to Parish many years ago, but was not so impressed. I'm glad I went back. It was a totally different experience. We had a great food, great service, and a fun time. Kudos to Parish!
We went with a group of 5 for a family dinner. It was quiet and relatively slow at 6pm. The food was phenomenal and the drink selection was wonderful as well. Definitely recommend if you're looking for a cozy, more intimate setting (date night, birthday dinners, etc.) and want amazing food to keep the conversation going.
My family and I visited Atlanta for the first time, this was a great brunch place and made a great impression of Atlanta dining and food!!! The service was great and we enjoyed the brunch menu and cocktails! Our server gave us tips to the local area, we visited the cool market/shopping area in a renovated warehouse! Super cool!
What a delicious meal! The atmosphere is cozy and quaint, the servers are extremely friendly, and the food is delicious! The manager came up to ensure that we were enjoying our meal which was very much appreciated. He was not over-eager, but genuinely caring. The crispy cauliflower was absolutely scrumptious. I would, however, recommend that you bring a sweater - it gets a bit chilly in there!
Cane here for brunch with friends and my friend's elderly mother. It was delicious. 2of us had the Hemingway except we changed the salmon to bacon. Another had the fried chicken Benedict and mom had the French toast. All delicious.
Grace was a lovely server. Helpful, attentive.
The ambience is great. This place was hopping.
I've been here a few times and never had anything but s great experience.
It's annoying when a restaurant won't seat a group with a reservation until everyone has arrived. Four of us arrived on time -- and hungry-- but one friend was geographically challenged and arrived 30 minutes late. We DID manage to persuade the host to seat us after 20 minutes. Once we were seated, the service was excellent. The food was very good but just lukewarm on arrival -- thus the 4 stars instead of 5. However, this is a cool neighborhood spot and we would return another time.
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