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About St. Cecilia
Executive Chef Craig Richards' culinary style is heavily influenced by the European coast. The menu features artisanal, hand made pasta, wood roasted fish, and locally sourced vegetables.
Atlanta, GA 30326
Mediterranean, Italian, Contemporary Italian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm -10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have valet parking. The drop off is in the turnaround in front of the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
We offer private buy out events, private dining up to 40 guests or large group dining for up to 50 guests in our main dining room.
Private Party Contact:
Kaylen Isabella: (404) 355-5311 ext. 212
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please contact Kaylen Isabella at email@example.com for special event information.
St. Cecilia Ratings and Reviews
Had two orevious good enough experiences here that I had returned again on this visit to Atlanta. Drove 30 mins each way for what I had hoped would be another good experience.
For someone who fine dines several nights across the country, it is ultra rare that I am overcome during dining with the following sentiment:
"I can't get OUT of here soon enough"
Third time was NOT the charm. Rainy night and one would expect diminished crowd. Arriving in time for my reservation I wad told, " Well, a LOT of people have shown up that we didn't expect". Delayed in seating. Manager had chosen to allow huge noisy walk-in group to overtake bar area Niise livel was for the entire space became obnoxious. Also put a HUGE kink in bar's ability to sevice the dining room. Loooooong wait between courses. ( Should one need to ASK to uave a dry water glass refilled in a $100 /cover establushment with a huge team of servers?"
I took my foodie customer here for a business dinner. They had a great selection of local beers for her. My cocktail was also delicious with fresh squeezed grapefruit juice. Their menu changes every day so not sure if this will be available but I had the halibut and she had the monk fish. Both we equally delicious. They also had a really good charcuterie. The small was plenty of food for two and probably three or four as an appetizer. The service was excellent as well. I definitely recommend!
I have gone to St Cecilia many times and have always loved the food and the experience. Saturday night I took 3 friends for dinner. The service was so bad one of my friends turned to me and asked me what I had done to make our waitress hate us so much. When one of my dinner guests got another server over to our table to explain I had been waiting 20 mins for an espresso our waitress then came to our table and berated me for complaining. This was the first time in my life I did not leave a tip.
The atmosphere is wonderful and the food excellent. It is one of my families favorites for special occasions like birthdays and other events. It is a happening spot without trying too hard - and the service and food is worth it.
My husband and I dined at St.Cecilia last night in celebration of our 8th wedding anniversary. We loved every minute of our time there, from a drink at the sleek, beautiful bars to our dessert with a candle and surprise limoncello drinks with festive candles as well.
Our server (I forget her name) was excellent - passionate and very knowledgeable about everything on the menu. The restaurant is beautifully-decorated -- very airy and full of light.
We got the meat and cheese board as a starter and although it was big, we ate every bit of it. Fantastic selection. I got their signature pasta dish, the beef agnolotti, which practically melted in my mouth. My husband chose the swordfish upon the server's recommendation, and we both agreed it was the best we'd ever had. It was flaky and light with a very crisp, browned outside. He also got a side of the pasta dish that has Parmesan and cracked black pepper, which was simple, but equally delicious.
We brought in a bottle of wine we'd recently gotten in Napa and it paired perfectly with our food. There is a $20 corkage fee and a 2 bottle max per table, just FYI. Not a big deal for us, as we expected to pay a fee.
We had a great experience and would recommend to anyone!
Great food, great service. All staff were happy and accommodating. They are very aware of special occasions and requests noted on OpenTable comment section. Sort of tough for Uber to safely drop off if construction blocks entrance.
Excellent meal. Really enjoyed the hamachi crudo. Perfectly balanced in my opinion. We also had two pasta dishes which were excellent. The short rib pasta is incredibly rich. The watercress pasta was delightful.
Our server was very enthusiastic and charismatic. Great experience all around.
The pastas are like no other, and the monkfish over braised ramps and finished with a tangerine foam was absolutely delicious and bright. A wonderful and extensive wine list. The executive chef and this kitchen always shines!
My experience at St Cecilia wasn't as good as I expected considering all the good reviews. In our server's defense, he was quite busy with 7 tables, however I consider it a sign of bad management when a server is allowed to have 7 tables in the first place. There were multiple instances when our server or our server's assistant would stop by without asking whether-or-not we wanted refills on our drinks. This was very annoying especially when our cheese platter was dropped off and our wine glasses were empty and the server didn't offer to bring us more wine until after we had finished eating. I thought the food was just "ok." The dish our server suggested, "Agnolotti" was made with seemingly stale pasta tortellini and was served with a Demi-glace sauce that tasted like it came from a frozen concentrate.
Very nice setting. Everything worked in an efficient manner-parking, hostess greeting, and wait staff. Everyone was courteous and friendly which contributed greatly to an outstanding dining experience. The meal was excellent .
Dined here with my parents last night for an early Mother's Day celebration. Our server, Dori, was excellent. Drinks were wonderful, especially my mother's Manhattan. The meat and cheese platter was divine--we ordered the small version and it was PLENTY for three people. We all had fish entrees: the monkfish was very good by Mom's halibut was the real winner. The only miss was the roasted wild onions with fig vinaigrette. Sounded good in theory but they included the whole stalk of the onion, uncut, and they were impossible to serve, cut, even CHEW. Dori notified the kitchen and was kind enough to remove them from the bill. In any case, we had a great time. When the sun went down and they parted the curtains overlooking Phipps Plaza and Peachtree St, it added another dimension to this cool, well-designed spot. Probably too pricey to return regularly but good for special occasions.
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