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.
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: 4043555311x212
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for special event information.
St. Cecilia Ratings and Reviews
This is a top notch up scale dining expe ...
This is a top notch up scale dining experience from start to finish. Wonderful location. Great ambiance. Terrific service. Creative menu. Delicious food very well presented. We lingered over what became a 3 hour business lunch and never once did we feel hurried or rushed by the staff.
Go just for the atmosphere if nothing el ...
Go just for the atmosphere if nothing else- FABULOUS!! Open space but cozy, terrific stone/painted brick/ 'leather semi circle booths and flat back booth', lots of glass and sun and people watching on Peachtree and towering trees other direction.
Menu nicely varied and reasonably priced; printed daily.
3rd visit. Food is amazing. Ambiance gre ...
3rd visit. Food is amazing. Ambiance great. It was our 10 yr anniversary this visit. Alex our waitress was awesome. She Really made it special for us. So glad they brought back the pear bread pudding back for dessert menu!!
Outstanding service and food was amazing ...
Outstanding service and food was amazing. We were there celebrating our wedding anniversary and they treated us very special with a glass of champagne to begin with, limoncello at the end of the meal and dessert to finish our amazing date. We will return for sure!!!
Some of the appetizers were very good su ...
Some of the appetizers were very good such as the sushi Tuna and cobia. Did not care for the octopus leg. Most of the pasta's were good especially the one with short rib meat inside.
I did not care for the swordfish... very moist but small and slightly fishy. I love good fish so I was very disappointed. The service and ambiance were excellent... much better than the food .
Enjoyed our first anniversary dinner at ...
Enjoyed our first anniversary dinner at St. Cecilia's. First time to this restaurant. The restaurant is beautiful and very modern in design. High ceilings, so not for quiet conversation. I would recommend requesting a seat in the back corner for a little less noise. The menu is Italian with a emphasis on fresh seafood. My husband and I were very pleased with food. The cured meats and cheese were fantastic. I would recommend that you order small plates and not entrees if you enjoy this as it was filling. I had the grilled Branzino, which was perfectly cooked and fresh. My husband enjoyed the short rib pasta, which was excellent, but very rich. Overall, we really enjoyed our evening and hope to return soon. Prices were comparable to The Optimist.
Had Sunday brunch there and it was wonde ...
Had Sunday brunch there and it was wonderful! The entrees were diverse and I had the mushroom omelet which sounds basic, but the mushrooms were so amazing. Mom had the flank steak with eggs and she ate the entire thing! The pastries were excellent along with the salads with meats and cheese that came with the brunch. Awesome coffee and the mug was hot. Service was very professional and attentive. I'm going back soon!
Was excited about trying this newer (3 y ...
Was excited about trying this newer (3 years old) restaurant in Atlanta for my daughter's birthday. We waited to be seated, albeit, we showed up 15 mins late for our reservation due to traffic. Liked the decor and the buzz of the place. The wine list was moderately dense and the sommelier (summoned by our waiter) gave us a very brief guide to a wine or two then disappeared. My daughter never got the seltzer she'd ordered and the service was slow. They were busy and I wondered if they were a bit stretched thin. The food came and, frankly, I was unimpressed. The Punched Potatoes were good, basically fingerlings that have been baked, smashed down (without breaking the skin) and covered in sea salt. The swordfish I had was very salty and good, not great. My daughter enjoyed the lobster and chorizo, also saying her dish was just ok.
They did graciously bring us a pear cake to mark my daughter's birthday (gratis), which was nice. All in all, wouldn't necessarily return to eat although the bar looked nice and the ambience and decor was nice.
I was having my birthday dinner at St. C ...
I was having my birthday dinner at St. Cecilia with my girlfriends. One of my friends ordered a glass of prosecco that took over 30 minutes to get to her (the place wasn't busy). There were six of us, and only five meals came out - I did not get my meal. Then they rushed my meal because they never placed it, and the risotto was so under cooked that it was still hard. They didn't charge me for my meal, and did do a round of a half glass of prosecco for everyone at the table. Only three of us were drinking though. It was horrible service.
We recently celebrated our 5th anniversa ...
We recently celebrated our 5th anniversary with dinner at St. Cecilia. This is one of our favorite restaurants in Atlanta--the ambience is warm, cozy, and romantic. On this particular evening, we had the Cacio e Pepe (fresh pasta with pepper and cheese--a perfect comfort food), the Caramelle (a stuffed pasta with a delicate smoky filling of eggplant and ricotta), and the lobster pan roast (perfectly flavorful). Everything was impeccable! But the best part of the meal came last--if you dine here, definitely save room for dessert. The warm pear cake is AMAZING!
Love this place. Say at Chefs table and ...
Love this place. Say at Chefs table and had the Pasta Sampling. FANTASTIC! Service was on and off throughout night but that was ok. They were busy and we had a lot of fun enjoying our wine, talking, and people watching.
I took my husband there for a birthday c ...
I took my husband there for a birthday celebration. We had delicious appetizers. I had a great risotto dish. The pasta my husband ordered was very disappointing. The wait staff was very good. I rely on a high quality waitress to steer her guests in the right direction when it comes to entrees. We would have preferred to have been told that he may want to add another side dish or different entrée. I felt bad about the experience because it was for his birthday.
Highly recommend this restaurant for any ...
Highly recommend this restaurant for any occasion, good place for groups . Everyone in my group was very happy with the appetizers and main courses .Pasta was perfectly cooked . Great selection of cocktails at the bar also.
My third time here at St Cecilia. My fam ...
My third time here at St Cecilia. My family and I came here to celebrate my Birthday together. My family loved everything! Our waiter, (wish I could remember his name) was absolutely amazing! Super friendly and the food was out of this world. Thank you for the dessert btw! I will be coming back here.
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