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About Ziba's Bistro
Grant Park"s Best Kept Secret! A true neighborhood bistro located in Historical Grant Park home to Zoo Atlanta. Historic L.P. Grant Park is located in the southeast quadrant of the city approximately one mile from the gold dome of the state capitol building and six blocks south of I-20. The park is bordered by Boulevard SE on the east, Atlanta Avenue on the south, Cherokee Avenue on the west, Sydney Street on the north and Park Avenue and Berne Street on the northeast. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, Grant Park is the result of a gift of 100 acres to the City of Atlanta to be used in perpetuity as a public park. Lemuel Pratt Grant, donated the land and immediately began to subdivide and sell lots around the new park. The surrounding residential area grew up around the park and boasts more than 2,200 late 19th-century and early 20th-century homes and commercial structures.
Atlanta, GA 30312
Contemporary American, Bistro, Contemporary European
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Menu: Monday - Friday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dinner Menu: Monday - Friday: 4:00 pm until Close
Saturday 11 am - 11 pm
Dinner Menu along with a Small Breakfast Menu (11 to 2)
Sunday Brunch 10 am - 3 pm Our Full Brunch Only
Sunday Evening 3 pm - 10 pm Dinner Menu
Relax and Escape with Grant Park Best Kept Secret...
560-562 Boulevard SE
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Plenty of Neighborhood street Parking with NO Meters!
Our Neighbors are amazing & have been extremely sportive of Ziba's.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ziba's Bistro Ratings and Reviews
The beauty about Ziba's is the fact it's a hidden treasure in the Grant Park neighborhood.
I've dined here several times w/friends.
The last cpl of times have left a LOT to be desired, in my opinion.
For one - I'm certain there are protocols, or some time of monetary/kick-back exchange for merchants to advertise their restaurants on Open Table. That said - one would think that the restaurant in question would make valiant efforts at honoring reservations booked/placed by patrons.
When I arrive to the restaurant at the time of my reservation, announce to the maitre d' that I have a reservation...the WRONG thing to say back to me is that "We've just sat our last table." That is NOT acceptable - I have a reservation - which I was not late for - there should be a table WAITING, or being prepared for my party.
So, my party of 4 ends up sitting at a round table, while a larger table (likely made for 4 ppl), is given to a cpl of two (2) ppl - 2 - NOT 4 - 2.
One person in my party was given a glass of water that had lipstick on it, which he had to ask for a new glass.
I think the next time I decide to take friends out for dinner in the neighborhood, we'll be exploring other options.
I have always enjoyed this neighborhood restaurant. The handcrafted drinks here are great! Interesting combinations make for great taste! On this visit, the food was good but could have used a little more attention to detail. I had Chicken Piccata. The sauce made the dish but the chicken was a bit overdone for the size of the piece and the rice that accompanied was flat out bland...maybe use the rice as a base and add the tasty sauce over the entire dish? Overall it was good but could have been punched up a bit.
Highly recommend. We made reservations for a party of 6. Our table was held for us even though we got stuck in traffic. Staff could not have been friendlier. Went out of their way to make sure we had a great time. Food was outstanding. Small menu, high quality. Will definitely go back many times.
Met some friends from New York for dinner and enjoyed the experience. Food was good, and especially enjoyed the special of the day recommended by the waiter. Exposed brick ambience reminded me of New York Soho or Brooklyn Heights restaurant - great. Small downside was waiter took a little long in checking on us after the meal, but it was still good.
Ziba's offers scrumptious food, and attentive service in an upscale yet relaxed atmosphere. My friend and I made our reservation via Open Table. We were able to note on the reservation that we are both gluten free. The wait staff was prepared for us with excellent suggestions, and checked with the chef when answering our questions. It's pretty rare to find that level of service coupled with such truly excellent food at reasonable prices. Highly recommended.
We were pleased with our first experi nice at Zibas. The food was quite good, salads were great! I had the Bichon Frise cocktail which was large and done quite well. Mussels were plentiful and large, but the sauces were a bit too heavy on the cream, milk components for our taste. We did not expect the traditional white mussel broth to be a cream based soup! Taste was good, but even the Thai coconut milk was too heavy on the milk. You could definite split an order unless you're starving! Chicken piccata was good not great. Look forward to trying other dishes. Service was slow especially given the place was not crowded, but we were not in a hurry so it wasn't too annoying
Had a girls weekend dinner with 6 of us. Food was delicious and decently priced. Staff was attentive and friendly. Specialty cocktail seemed a bit pricey, and 'bottomless' wine was pushed just a bit too hard. Overall we had a very fine time. I would recommend this place for its ambiance (front doors open to street on this warm evening), excellent serving staff, and good food for the price.
Had Sunday brunch there. Creative small menu. Food was very good but not great, primarily due to it had cooled a bit prior to getting to the table. If I were in walking distance, I'd be a regular and look forward to trying the full dinner menu some evening.
Was in Atlanta visiting my daughters and like to take them to a nice restaurant. As this was highly rated, I made a reservation in advance of arriving in town. When we arrived, there were other patrons, but not busy. We were seated at a patio table versus a regular table which was a little cramped, but okay. The server took our drink orders and we were promptly served. At that point, we ordered food. I ordered an appetizer and entree. My daughters ordered entrees only. After our food order was placed, our server did not return for 15 minutes, though I had already finished my drink and had wanted to order another. The entrees were served without the appetizer ever being served. Afterwards, our server asked if I wanted another drink. I ordered a glass of wine, but was more than halfway through my meal before the wine was brought by the hostess. The server did apologize for the wait and did not charge for the wine.
Food was good. My daughters enjoyed there entrees. I ordered the ribeye cooked medium and, while it was cooked to order, it was a bit tough.
Overall, the place is nice and has a nice ambience. While I was disappointed with having my appetizer ignored and lack of attention, the server was pleasant enough. The hostess was very friendly. My opinion would be neutral at this point. Would not say avoid the place, but would not recommend neither.
Went to meet for an informal friendly business dinner. Not at all crowded on a Thursday evening & snagged a parking spot right in front! Suggested this location after reading rave reviews on OT. What a disappointment! The hand crafted muddled cocktail was excellent -read: potent- as was the spinach salad. Get a 1/2 potion because it is hearty. But the coconut milk mussels -- the reason for my interest in the 1st place --were a disaster! It was as if someone had merely spread some cream of coconut with chopped lemongrass over the smallest, over -cooked mussels to be found. And when I say smallest, I'm talking the size of a fingernail. Plenty of them, but un-redeemable. Great service at the bar & table, comfortable atmosphere, but nope. Won't be back. Not worth the drive from College Park.
I had Cousins whom I've never met who were traveling through Atlanta and wanted to take me to dinner. Even though it was Valentine's day, I was able to get a reservation and be seated immediately. Our server was very friendly and informative about the menu and the drinks. We weren't "rush" to make our food selections and my cousins loved the food ! Such a great place for Grant Park!!
Great venue. The food and service were totally outstanding. We were seated promptly and waited on immediately. Very friendly and professional staff. We ordered drinks and received them in record time. Had the best drink of Maker's Mark I've had at any restaurant in the Atlanta area. We had the mussels in turmeric sauce---Wow! Crab cakes and the trout were excellent. Portions were generous with superb presentation. Parking is a limited; however, the prize is worth this small inconvenience. Looking forward to the next time.
Some of the prices were a little steep but there were several items that weren't wallet sters. The noise level is, thankfully, quiet and the decor is charming. The mussels were outstanding. Highly recommend that dish. Salads were huge and the server suggested a half size, which was more than adequate. We live in the neighborhood and for some reason put off going here, but we will be going back a lot more. It's so nice to find a restaurant that isn't loud and raucous. It's an intimate, lovely gem.
The food and service was outstanding! Normally, I would not have ordered fried food, but my guests ordered the empanadas for the table and they were unbelievably delicious. I had the salmon wrap and it was perfect. Not mediocre, as a lunch place can tend to get, but perfect. The only disappointment was that the restaurant was near empty on a Friday at lunch (we did start late...Around 1). What a gem! I will definitely return!
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