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About Sotto Sotto
The shortest route to Sotto Sotto's charms lies through its fresh pasta, with "simple" and "traditional" being the bywords.
Atlanta, GA 30307
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm-11:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm-12:00am, Sunday: 5:30pm-10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Will accommodate most party sizes, please call for details.
Street parking also available.
MARTA East Line
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Whether celebrating with family and friends or entertaining clients, Sotto Sotto is the ideal location for your next private event. We will accommodate any size party up to 100 people.
Sotto Sotto Ratings and Reviews
5 star experience including wonderful food and service from Albert who made us so welcome. We found Sotto Sotto in Atlanta on our penultimate evening and enjoyed it so much that we returned for our last evening. Their risotto is amazing and the mango sorbet is delicious (and I don't usually even like sorbet!). Highly recommend for food, service and ambiance.
Fantastic restaurant. Each item ordered was excellent. We started with beet salad, caprese salad, and a tuna carpacio. The entrees were the mushroom risotto and the best part for me was that our server Justin gave great advice on both the sweet sausage ragu with priest strangler pasta and the Michelangelo ravioli. I could not decide so he reminded me that I could order the appetizer portion for each. Brilliant advice. The only small star reduction was that to start service was spotty, no water until we asked again and a mistake on the tuna order and slow wine service. But they were busy and once the core reason to be there - great food and wine - were going all was more than well, it was great. We are heading back this week. One note is that the tables are tight in places, so it is intimate but a loud neighbor means you are part of their chat. Then again I'd rather have tables enough to let folks eat than have fewer tables. So the tip is about what someone wants as far as vibe goes.
Amazing food. Definitely authentic Italian! Booked through OpenTable and clicked on special occasion hoping for a nice table for my birthday. At the end of our dinner they brought out a bowl of plain chocolate sauce with salad croutons and nuts in it. They said happy birthday and said they called this chocolate soup. I was almost embarrassed they brought this out because it looked like a kindergartner was experimenting with food in the back . I'm sure they meant well however it kind of cheapened our "foodie"experience. Wanting to feel gracious for the gesture we ate some of it but felt embarrassed that the close neighboring tables saw us eat this. Bottom line, don't click special occasion using the app at this restaurant .
I've lived in ATL for over 17 years and have tried many many restaurants. We are fortunate to have a wonderful selection of superb restaurants to choose from and I put Sotti Sotti at the top of the list consistently! I always take out of towners there and they're always impressed. Try any of the Risottos! Best I've had this side of Italy!
We had a delightful evening. Service was exceptional. We had two small children and our waitress was extremely helpful, accommodating, and as pleasant as could be. We have told many of our friends of our wonderful experience. Thank you for making the evening just perfect.
We passed by Atlanta for an early and quick dinner, on the way to Clemson. Ended up spending longer evening at this relaxing patio setting, totally impressed by the food and friendly serving staff. Fish of the night was well made, elegantly deboned and served at table side. Pasta (paperdelle and risotto) just right in the texture and tastiness, unlike most Italian restaurants that over-seasoned their ingredients and ended up doing disservice to the pasta. Wine list is very comprehensive and dessert quite creative. Only disappointment is they have run out of white chocolate bread pudding. Excellent food for the price!
We should have left when we saw the hostess wearing a rhinestone bra. Instead we were seated and left after having a horrible first course. I find it offensive for a restaurant to offer an Italian menu and serve tomatoes as bad as the ones in our Caprese salad. The chef should be embarrassed. If you have nothing but unripe tomatoes to serve there are ways of adding flavor (I suggest at least salt). The good news for us is that we were able to enjoy an amazing main course and dessert at another Italian restaurant in town and the tomatoes (this time with a delicate burrata) were to die for. The bad news is you are terribly representing a food culture you seem
to not understand the fundamentals of. Our city deserves better.
Sotto is usually very good for food AND service. But Sotto really messed up my wife's birthday dinner with just about the worst service we've experienced in many years. Our waiter was shifted to the back deck and no one filled his spot. His support person somewhat filled in, but no one brought my wife's second course until we asked for it and no one checked on us for refills on wine and water or to see if we were doing okay. After I complained, the manager very generously comped us just about the entire price of our meal, but ironically, when our waiter returned and brought us the check, no one ever returned to take my payment; I had to take it to the manager myself. Although we paid very little for an otherwise well-prepared and delicious meal, the lack of proper and attentive service pretty much rained on my wife's birthday dinner. And comping our meal didn't make it anything like the special occasion that we wanted it to be.
It is hard to find such authentic northern Italian-style food. We frequently travel to Atlanta to visit family but our foodie relatives never sent us here. We tried the risotto as a test and it was perfect. I had the halibut which was cooked to perfection so as not to be too overdone and dry. The Inman square neighborhood is a fun place to hang out.
The food was delicious, although small portions for what we ordered (ravioli) Our service was absolutely horrible! And the tables are SO close together inside. If we return we will go in cooler weather and try outside. Always willing to give a second chance.
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