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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
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We were celebrating a work anniversary and did not mention it before arriving to the restaurant. Once the staff found out, they made our time at the restaurant extra special. We all enjoyed everything we ate and our interactions with every staff member. I will definitely be back here for date night.
Extraordinary experience. The former location of BLUEpointe, has achieved culinary excellence. From the formage and charteurie appetizer best ever to the wood grilled octopus, the main course transcends that palate paradise. We had the tortellini very nicely done and the prosciutto wrapped halibut perfect combination. The coup de tat , dessert with chocolate tart and katifi (Greek shredded wheat with walnut and honey), was supreme nightcap. So, overall, st. Cecelia we bow to your greatness and will return many times when we come to Atlanta.
Just an outstanding dining experience! Our server Cameron was wonderful and really made the experience that much better. It's a little pricey, so it wouldn't be something we'd do often but if you're looking for a nice splurge on a fantastic meal, this is the place! The ambiance is just fantastic and the food was outstanding.
Went for my birthday. The food was very good, but not the best in the city. I would definitely return, as our server was over the top great. Attentive, but allowed us time.
We had their famous octopus, which was very good, the roasted beets which were excellent.
We were as usual greatly pleased by the cuisine at St Cecilia's, and our server (1012, Amanda T) was easily a 10 on a scale of 1-5! In 50 years of dining out, including some of the finest restaurants in Paris, I have NEVER had a server successfully pour every single glass of wine from a bottle. Amanda kept our glasses fresh and topped, and I never had to touch the bottle ... she beat me to it every time.
On the downside, I tried to change our reservation to four people at the last minute, and the restaurant declined to do so, saying they were too full, and yet the two-top next to us (AND the one next to that) stayed empty until we were already eating dessert. The restaurant missed two more patrons, and I went away with a sour taste in my mouth. The place WAS busy ... but we could have been accommodated.
Delicious as always. My husband loved the "light my fire" cocktail. I had been dreaming about the salumi board and the octopus and of course they did not disappoint. Glad to see that the menu is changing creatively while keeping some of the greatest hits. Matt's service was friendly and warm, but not intrusive and always prompt with the drink refills. Made for a great date night!
Truly if you are looking for a great place for a Sunday Brunch than this is your place. Even for gluten free diners! Commencing your meal, you will enjoy from a eclectic selection of cheeses, meats, salads and pastries. Then many types of main courses from traditional French breakfast dishes, pastas and heavier items like steak, chicken and salmon. I am gluten free and enjoyed pear ginger ravioli in a chive butter sauce. No that is not a misprint - it was gluten free! And out of this world! The only thing I would wish for is some gluten free pastries or breads but again I got to eat ravioli so I am in heaven! Also amazing mimosas and cappuccinos.
One thing missing but I figured it out. This was our first visit to St. Cecilia. I had been in the hospital for St. Valentine's Day so this was the makeup. Went early to avoid crowds, 5:30 pm on Saturday. Greetings from staff were impressive and great as we walked. Really impressed with the decor. Seated at a window.
Both of us had lettuce salads; they were outstanding. The bread served as a complimentary before dinner, also outstanding. My wife had Risotto and like it. I asked my server for a recommendation of the three fish dishes. I had the Sole. It was good, not to my taste, but still favorable. Ordered the 'punched' potatoes, since I heard they were good. They were outstanding. My wife had gelato for dessert. She said it was good. Her Cab wine was good.
I ordered the "Let the Good Times Roll'. Fantastic Drink.
After dinner drink was the Hungarian Tokay, again very good.
So, what was wrong? We were done and finished in 1 hour and 15 minutes. Really? Just felt all the dishes were rushed, even though I requested to slow down were not in a hurry. I was still sipping my drink when the main course was delivered.
But... the waitress was NOT engaging. Perfunctorily okay. I noticed at other tables how the serves were more involved with their customers, one even taking photos of them. Ours just didn't, in my estimation, fit the role in this classy place.
$125 plus tip in 75 minutes?
On the way out, again we were thanked by everyone at the door several times.
My wife and I recently celebrated her birthday at St. Cecilia and had another great experience.
Your 2 hostesses are superb and our server Karen was also great. The senior hostess remembered us from previous visits and arranged a glass of champagne for us. That was incredibly thoughtful and kind. I had an opportunity to speak with the other hostess on the way out and she was so full of life and enthusiasm. You have some beautiful and inspired people working for you. Please keep up the great work. We'll be back soon.
The food was excellent and our waitress was superb. I had called two weeks ahead and told them this was a special occasion and to seat us somewhere more secluded and in a booth. When we arrived they sat us right next to two other people; it was like we were eating together. When I said something, they moved us across the restaurant to the same seating arrangement. I then said something to the waiter and he got the manager who sat us in a more desirable place.
Overall, I would recommend this restaurant.
We were a party of four and I had guests from out of town. We got there 10 /15 minutes after 9.30, (we called apologizing and told them that we were on our way to the restaurant) which was pur reservation time, but still on time to have dinner, since there were other people there eating, as well as we asked if it was too late, but they told us that we had time to eat.
We ordered a Big tagliere to share and a tartare, and for main course we ordered 2 angnolotti, 1 chicken, 1 green salad and lobster.
We had several issues with the service:
The waiter wasnt paying much attention to our table, we asked several times to bring us back some bread and it took him forever, so long that we werent able to finish our tagliere with the bread like its sepouse to.
When finally the food arrived The agnolotti were a very small plate and the taste wasnt so good, considered the 24$ you pay for.
The really bad thing was that my girlfriend found in her salad the root of the salad, literally the piece that holds the salad into the ground before the farmer cuts it from the soil.
We showed our waiter, which apologized and brought her back a new salad even though in the end he put it on our bill.
Last our guests were out of water for a long time, and the waiter wasnt there watching for this, and by the time we were able to tell him that we wanted some water since we were out, my guest drank our friends water last over since he was really thirsty.
The place is amazing but the food and service was really bad.
Only thing that lived up to its reputation was the main course (Blew me away). And the service good but typical for that area. The "noise level" for Open Table only states energetic but in truth this restaurants noise level and atmosphere is just down right abnoxious......
My fiancé and I visited St. Cecilia prior for a lunch date. We returned this time for a quick V-Day dinner. They were very accommodating aside from the fact that they were busy and we made our reservations the day of. The beet salad and octopus were excellent appetizers personally recommended by our server. I had the branzino and it was a bit wet for my liking but it was flavorful. My fiancé ordered the duck and it was amazing. Great place for couples to wine and dine.
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