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About Twelve Eighty - Inspired Dining
Twelve Eighty – Inspired Dining boasts a menu featuring local, farm-to-fork global cuisine with a southern twist. Twelve Eighty – Inspired Dining offers a wide array of choices which includes fresh sandwiches, soups and salads, full entrees with several gourmet side choices, as well as wines by the glass in several varietals, hand-crafted cocktails and ice cold bottled beer.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Thursday: 11:30 AM – 8 PM
Friday: 11:30 AM – 9 PM
Saturday: 11:30 AM – 8 PM
Sunday: 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM
15th Street & Peachtree Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
First 30 Minutes: FREE
Monday-Friday (7 a.m.-6 p.m.): $10
Monday-Friday (6 p.m.-7:00 a.m.): $12
Saturday & Sunday (All Day): $12
High Museum Members (Museum Hours): $8
MARTA accessible; Arts Center Station
Private Party Facilities:
Twelve Eighty – Inspired Dining is available for private events. Please contact The Woodruff Arts Center Special Events department at 404.733.5249 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Twelve Eighty - Inspired Dining Ratings and Reviews
The food was really tasty, but service was slow and not attentive. The bartender could use a refresher course in the art of working versus flirting with diners at the bar. Perhaps such behavior is fine on a slow night, but not when the tables are full. As they have been in past visits, David and Timothy are warm, friendly, and efficient; they are definitely assets to 1280.
This restaurant is fabulous for before the symphony, since it is so conveniently located. Being included in Open Table makes it extremely easy to make a reservation. The menu offers a variety of options to satisfy even the pickiest eater. All of the sides are scrumptious and make it difficult to select just one or two. The servers are pleasant and most professional.
I have visited the High Museum many times but had never made it to Twelve Eighty. a few friends and I were goign to be at the Friday Night Jazz Festival at the High so we tought we'd make a whole evening of it.
It was PERFECT. We did 2 exhibits at the museum- popped downstairs for dinner- adn finished with a few more exhibits before the night was over.
Our server McKayla was delightful and helped us ecah pick something delicious (I had the Poke with a side of grilled corn and it was DELICIOUS!) We split a bottle of wine and all left full and happy. Would highly recommend!
Had a lovely dinner before a performance of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Was lovely as always. The service was attentive, but the noise level was louder than I would have preferred to due fairly large group in the bar area. I recommend the calamari, it was delicious.
This restaurant is conveniently located at Symphony Hall, making it a nice, upscale place to have dinner beforehand. There are some dishes that are just consistently outstanding - the shrimp and fried green tomato appetizer, the salads, the beef, and the shrimp/scallops over grits. However, we have yet to find a good variety of excellent desserts - the creme brulee is good and an occasional molten chocolate cake is good. The other cake based desserts are routinely dry and somewhat flavorless. One of us had the pan fried grouper the other night, a special, and it was both over salted and slightly underdone. In addition, the risotto had a tomato broth that was not particularly good. We wouldn't order that again.
The service is outstanding. Hands down.
As an early Mothers Day celebration, we enjoyed dinner at Table 1280 before an artistic ASO performance of the Gluck opera Orpheus and Eurydice. The new menu at Table 1280 is a delight. We enjoyed the creative chicken stack and (special of the day) grouper with risotto entries, capped off with desert of French style cafe espress accompanied with chocolate pot de creme and creme Brûlé. The service was prompt, cordial, and accurate. We were seated in the small room near the bar, with a view across the Woodruff plaza. Overall, a wonderful way to start a perfect evening.
I absolutely love this restaurant for meals prior to a performance at the Alliance Theater, the Symphony or a visit to the High Museum.
The food is original, not exorbitant and the service is always with a smile (love you, Erica)
Will be there again in two weeks. Looking forward to it already.
This restaurant is in the High Museum complex and is wonderful for lunch before or after you visit the High. The is so good here. We had the Fried Green Tomato appetizer and is was excellent. Their salads are fresh and interesting. The burger was done perfectly, and even the veggies on the side were tasty. It is quiet and you can have a conversation with your date or group, without having to yell at each other.
This review relates to lunch on 2 May for 2 people. I had the calamari which was inedible. It was obviously not fresh and should not have been served. I let the waiter know, and he offered to get me something else which was appreciated, but we did not have time for. However, I think it should have been taken off the bill. I had lunch for 4 on the prior Sunday which was good.
Very good food, attentive staff throughout. It was a rainy cold day so I would have preferred the interior restaurant. The bar area is fine but the door was constantly being opened for new arrivals chilling the entire place down.
Three ladies went on a Wednesday, preceding a 6:30 concert in Symphony Hall. We shared the following: Tuna poke (appetizer), a vegetable pasta dish, grilled asparagus, and the salmon (without the bacon!). All items were DELICIOUS... and it was an ample meal for the tree of us!! Our waiter was very good, and it was quiet enough for us to have a wonderful conversation.
All in all, a fabulous meal.... and good experience (except, I wasn't given the points and had to call Open Table). Also, I left my Visa card and have to go back down there to retrieve it.... My only recommendation would be that perhaps bacon doesn't need to be added to so many dishes....
The Easter Sunday buffet was magnificent. Starters included smoked salmon, jumbo shrimp, fruit, salads, breads and juices. Breakfast items were made to order omelets, scrambled eggs, bacon,sausage, grits, and special pancakes. The entrees included bourbon chicken, fish, middle eastern paella, roast turkey, luscious lamb, roast cauliflower, asparagus, confetti rice and garlic mashed potatoes. Also included was an extensive dessert buffet. Children had their own special table with kid friendly foods and special Easter treats. Each dish had a special twist to recommend it. Service was gracious and attentive. The kitchen had reason to be proud, if you have theopportunity to visit 1280 for their buffet, jump at the chance. You won't regret it!
I thoroughly enjoy Table 1280. The food is always excellent and excellently prepared. I love the bright, contemporary ambiance and the wait staff, as well as the host/hostess staff, make the evening so pleasurable. It is always my first choice go-to when I am heading to the museum, or anything going on in the Woodruff Arts Center. Hope you enjoy it too.
Love this restaurant. Between the delicious food, lovely waitstaff, smartly appointed decor and airy interior awash with light due to the floor to ceiling windows, I always enjoy myself immensely. The food is just my thing - delicious, flavorful, fresh ingredients combined creatively and well prepared. Wonderful.
The restaurant is housed in a lovely space-open, airy, lots of light, beautiful decor; separate rooms for private events, bar, dining. Front of house staff, wait staff, manager were attentive, friendly, knowledgeable, and professional. Food was average.
Table 1280 is very convenient if going to the alliance or the Symphony and there is always a good choice of menu selections. You can never go wrong with the hamburger. The shrimp and grits are also among the best. Service can be hit or miss, but this time it was fine. It is simply a great standby if you can get a reservation.
The restaurant is so convenient before a show at the Alliance!
The food was good, nice presentations.
Waiter was awful.
We had to ask several times for water refills, lemon, straws, to please bring out coffee and cream. They were not busy and there should not have been a problem.
Also told they would not substitute goat cheese for blue cheese crumbles on one dish. Ridiculous!
Told they will not serve bread at lunch..only at dinner.
No need for that kind of attitude!
Our server was great! Also, the manager and maitre'd were both very good and both came by our table to check on things. Food was excellent and not overly priced. Overall a good experience! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone wanting a place to eat before the theatre or symphony or a restaurant for after a museum visit.
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