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About The Corner Grille
The owners, Julian & Annette are transients to College Park with ties to Louisiana, Texas and Indiana. The husband and wife team would like to invite you out to experience “Great Food”," Great Service" and a "Friendly atmosphere in Downtown Historic College Park. The location, a historical landmark, was formally St. John Episcopal Church founded in 1906.
The CORNER grille serves traditional American cuisine with a touch of Cajun influences. Weekend breakfast menu is served Saturday and Sunday 9am-3pm.
College Park, GA 30337
American, Cajun, Creole
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Friday: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
John Wesley Ave.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Across from College Park Marta Station
Julian & Annette
Bar Dining, Beer, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Corner Grille Ratings and Reviews
I took my girlfriend here to celebrate our one year anniversary. It seemed to be a cool spot. I like the fact that we could reserve a table but it was very dark where we were seated. The food was hot but not seasoned. I order the chicken and waffles and my lady ordered the blackened salmon. She stated her food needed seasoning as well and that her rice was hard and dry. However, she did enjoy her salad and her fried green tomatoes were alright as well but she says she has had better. Our waitress seemed to be overwhelmed so we couldn't enjoy the full out experience. They kitchen was out of a few things that perhaps we may have wanted to order. All in all, I would give this restaurant a second chance. Just not for a special occasion as this was.
Our food took longer compared to 3 tables around us that came at least 5-10 minutes after we ordered. My food was lukewarm but we were in a hurry so I didn't bother to send it back. Theor food is consistently good so I will return for a better version of my meal.
Great atmosphere and service. Great food options. I had the Blackened Grouper with braised red cabbage, blue cheese and walnuts. Good flavor, however the fish was a bit over cooked. My husband had the Shrimp and Grits. Good flavor but grits could have been creamier. Overall a nice experience.
A bit disappointed after reading such outstanding reviews. It's in my neighborhood so I was hopeful, but this is a lunch spot at best. The Cobb Shrimp Salad was completely unrewarding, but my companion enjoyed the shrimp & grits. Probably won't return, but the service was very good.
I had the grilled steak and garlic mashed potatoes.it was delicious, I just missed a green salad. I should've ordered one. My husband had the chicken tenders. They were delicious too. It was nice not to have to drive north to find a nice restaurant with a great atmosphere!
I made reservation with Opentable, but when I arrived and told the hostess , she acted like I did not reserved a seat. When I asked for hot non- caffeine tea she said they did not serve that. Our food came out quickly but my French toast was cold. When I seem some ppl had pecans and And strawberry on theirs. I asked why I didn't get that. She said I should of ask for it. Because it was on their board. She never told us they had a special feature board. The experience was not so impressive , I have to think about going back again.
The food was very good and our wait service was excellent. The location is great and the ambiance is fun.
Food was served within a reasonable amount of time, though not as quickly as at some places and when some of it was brought to us, 3 of our party had to wait for their food for about 10 minutes.
It can get noisy when the restaurant starts to fill up, but we could still hear our conversation.
We were out of town and I saw that the restaurant was close and had good reviews, I see why! It was nicely,yet simply decorated with a fresh interesting menu and good quality food. I had the shrimp Cobb salad which was good and others had the chicken and broccoli, the pork chop and the Cajun pasta. One of the people in my group said that the pasta was better than the Louisiana restaurant he likes in St Louis! We were all pleased and would return again if we are in the area.
This was our second time dining at The Corner Grille. It's a really convenient location when staying at a hotel near the airport. We were able to book dinner on the same day - always a plus, because this is a very busy place! We didn't have to wait long for our table. Our server was a sweet young lady named Liberty, and she was amazing - very attentive and helpful. (We especially liked the fact that she was on on our level when we were seated!) We never had a moment without enough water.
We both tried new entrees (different from the ones we had last time) and once again we were delighted with our choices. We will definitely go there the next time we have an early morning flight!
I absolutely love Corner Grille. The worse part about my new job is that I no longer work near this afternoon and don't get to have their chicken and waffles as often!! I have never had a bad meal here and I regularly bring visitors to Atlanta here. Near enough to airport that you can have a fabulous meal without risking getting caught in traffic before flight. Shrimp and grits are awesome as well.....I also recommend you get waffle with pecans!
I selected the restaurant based on the reviews and met up with a few friends to celebrate a co worker and good friend new job. We all enjoyed ourselves however we were seated near the window. It would have been nicer to have a candle on the table because the lighting was dim at our table when it begin to get dark outside.
My friends and I met here for our annual Christmas gift swap. The décor was very warm and welcoming. The food was delish! I had the Smokehouse burger and it was so good! My friend had the pineapple chicken and she stated it was very tasty as well. The drinks were very good as well!!!
Service: We were there during lunch time, and I must say the service was very slow! I will return, but not during lunch time.
This was a great find! All four of us ordered different entrees and we were all very happy with our selections and would go back in a heartbeat. Prices were affordable, portions perfect and the service wonderful. The noise level was high because of a group there for a birthday celebration.
Our server, Liberty, was engaging, entertaining and attentive. We had a couple of local brews along with the shrimp fitters, Maryland lump crab cakes and blackened Grouper. The Grouper was a hearty piece of fish and was cooked to perfection, as were all our other items. I highly recommend this place, especially if you're staying at one of the airport area hotels. Top notch!
While looking for a place to eat while staying at an Atlanta airport hotel, we found The Corner Grille and it now is one of our favorite restaurants ever. The food was among the best we have ever tasted starting with the chicken, shrimp & sausage gumbo. That was followed by amazing crab cakes and Cajun pasta, topped off with beignets. Our server Alexis was friendly and professional helping make our evening even better. We may plan a trip back to Atlanta just to eat here again...it's that good. A new favorite at the top of our list of favorites. Don't miss The Corner Grille.
This was our first visit to the Corner Grill in College Park. Liked everything about it -- the food, service, location, decor. However, they did not have beignets!! The main reasons we picked the restaurant for dinner. We were very disappointed. Hopefully, next visit, they won't have run out.
It was nice. The area isn't that great. They won't seat you until all your party has arrived. It was a little smaller than I expected but we didn't have a large party. The food was okay. I got the catfish and shrimp. The catfish wasn't fried as hard as I usually like and the batter was falling off the shrimp. The fries were average. Pricing wasn't outrageous. Our server was friendly. I don't have any major complaints about this place. I probably won't be back anytime soon but not because anything was wrong, I just don't live in the area.
We were in Atlanta for a family wedding and staying at an Airport hotel. We arrived late the day before and were convinced that we were going to be stuck eating dinner at some chain restaurant. Doing a bit of Open Table research led us to find The Corner Grille. So happy that we took the time to research.
Amazing, authentic Cajun and Southern offerings. There were eight of us in the group. Several had the Chicken & Waffles, others had the Shrimp & Grits, and one had the Salmon Club. All raved about the food. Paired with a choice of local craft brews, this is a place that we will definitely visit anytime that we have more than just a layover at Hartsfield Airport.
I thoroughly enjoyed my dining out experience at The Corner Grille. It was highly recommended and was a great spot for Saturday brunch. The service was excellent and seating was very prompt. The mimosas are to die for, and the seafood omelette special was simply delicious. I will definitely revisit soon and highly recommend this place to my friends and family!
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