About Ziba's Bistro
Grant Park"s Best Kept Secret! A true neighborhood bistro located in Historical Grant Park home to Zoo Atlanta, Grant Park Conservancy. 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, less than one mile from Turner Field 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.
Contemporary American, Bistro, Contemporary European
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Menu: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner Menu: Monday - Friday: 4:00 pm until Close
Saturday & Sunday Dinner Menu with Sandwiches 11 am until Close.
Come, Relax and Escape with Grant Park Best Kept Secret...
560-562 Boulevard SE
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ziba's Bistro Ratings and Reviews
We went for a family dinner with my boyf ...
We went for a family dinner with my boyfriends sister and her kids. They were really accommodating for the kids. Brought them a fruit plate without asking and plastic water cups. The waiter was great and the food was delicious. several of us ordered the specials and they were very tasty. The hummus was excellent. We ordered the mussels and they were not the best that I have ever had, but I have had good mussels here before. That is kind of hit or miss. Overall a great restaurant.
Stopped in on way through Atlanta, while ...
Stopped in on way through Atlanta, while vacationing. Was near our hotel. Saw the very favorable reviews on multiple websites. Was a darling neighborhood tapas bar in Grant Park! Many locals frequent, but in our opinion this place is also a destination place. The food was excellent. Lovely old building, kid friendly, no pay parking off main drag of Boulevard S E. Will go again. Loved the cocktails. Service was good and friendly! Can eat off tapas menu, or larger menu. Citrus salad and filet, ooh yeah! Rosemary creme brule out of this world. So was the bow tie pasta with salmon and spring peas. I wish we could have tried the weekend brunch.
We left because it was extremely hot. T ...
We left because it was extremely hot. They lost there liquor license, we had no idea of that and that you could bring your own. We had a reservation, but were not seated. We were asked to sit at the bar until a table was open, but could only have water since they were not serving cocktails. We looked around the room and saw several tables open. We have been to this restaurant several times and always enjoyed it. We will probably give them another chance. They must of been having a bad night.
My boyfriend and I love this restaurant. ...
My boyfriend and I love this restaurant. In addition to it being a great spot for date night it's also great for family dinners. The service and food is always excellent. They have the best staff. The energy is always amazing. We absolutely love it.
Our first trip to Ziba's was very nice. ...
Our first trip to Ziba's was very nice. But several months later, we returned with a guest from out of town and it was very disappointing. The room filled with smoke while we were sitting there, so a door next to us had to be opened, letting smoke out and the cool AC air, too. Also increased the street noise. There were three of us, each ordering an entrée, plus one appetizer to share. the appetizer never arrived and my plate was missing the entrée meat entirely. I was embarrassed because we had brought a guest from Amsterdam and wanted it to be special. oh well.
Zibas is a mainstay for our family. I al ...
Zibas is a mainstay for our family. I also have scheduled several board meetings there. The food is delicious, the service excellent. Marci the owner is very welcoming and ensures your visit to Zibas is wonderful.
Charming small restaurant. Lovely decor ...
Charming small restaurant. Lovely decor with an elegant ambiance. We had a large party of 12 and was accommodated easily. Drinks were great and the food delicious. Prices very reasonable with generous servings. Service was on point. No complaints.
Very nice neighborhood eatery next to Gr ...
Very nice neighborhood eatery next to Grant Park. Menu is surprisingly varied with fish, salad and beef entrees, as well as lovely small bite appetizers. Cocktails definitely lived up to the hype-- tasty fresh juice and pleasantly mixed, with an ample pour of alcohol. Service attentive but, thankfully, not cloying. The miss of the fifth star is because in a foodie town like Atlanta this just wasn't outstanding. My dining companion said it perfectly: "if we weren't in the neighborhood, we probably wouldn't make the drive." It's not that there is anything bad about Ziba's, it's just that there are so many great neighborhood spots.
Enjoyed a delicious birthday lunch!
I took my folks to Ziba's on Saturday for my Mom's birthday. The server (bartender) was attentive and knowledgeable and the food was delicious. We had the mussels as an appetizer and absolutely LOVED them! We all got sandwiches as an entree and they, too were tasty. Thank you for the lovely meal - it was their first time there and they already want to come back! :)
This was a pleasant spot to end Valentine's Day. Comfortable in a 90's throwback kind of way. Ask for your salad dressing on the side, or you will finish your salad with a bit too much vinegar. The creme brulee had been bruleed in advance, so it didn't have that nice crisp sugar crust on top. The prices were fairly reasonable, and the setting was romantic. Not for edgy foodies, but we'll probably be back.
2 families with kids...and we loved it
We recently went to Ziba's with a toddler and a small kid. Ziba's was extremely accommodating re: our children's food preferences (pasta with red sauce, which is not on the menu). The occasional verbal approval or disapproval sounds that little people make didn't bother the staff nor the guests. We loved it (and the food was awesome too (side note: the french fries were amazing!)).
We were not greeted until the server rud ...
We were not greeted until the server rudely suggested we sit wherever we wanted. When we asked for assistance, she became obviously annoyed. Her unpleasant attitude continued throughout the meal; although our lunch was delicious.
Zibo's is a real treasure!
So many great salads, small bites and larger bites! It's wonderful to find a locally owned place where the folks who run it are passionate about their restaurant. It is in a strip center with a tattoo parlor but don't let that stop you. Come on in. It is fabulous! The crafted cocktails are also delightful.
Cute little place.
We parked around the corner in the not-the-best neighborhood ready for brunch! Guess what--NO BRUNCH. But it was all made ok by the wonderful specialty drinks and very tasty food. While it occasionally seems to be trying too hard, it does a good job of being a nice lunch spot. There is very little staff, but the ones you do encounter are very welcoming. I can't stress the spectacular-ness of the handmade specialty drinks enough. Hand squeezed juice and interesting combinations with the perfect balance of alcohol, mixers, and fresh garnish. Simply wonderful.
This is a hidden treasure!
My first time here but it will not be my last time! A hidden treasure near Lakwood. We were headed to a concert at Aarons Ampetheatre so we chose this close and quaint dinning option. Great atmosphere, service and food! We will be back.
Tasty Breakfast Sandwich
This was my 3rd visit to Ziba's and, this time, I brought an out-of-town guest. Our party of three enjoyed the breakfast sandwich - soft, buttery croissant with ample amounts of scrambled egg, cheese and meat (bacon or turkey sausage) accompanied by hashbrowns. The potatoes were small cubes with onions and peppers. Often, for me, cubed potatoes aren't done enough but these were perfect. Our server was attentive and coffee refills came promptly. One drawback was the lack of a sweetener for my diabetic guest but he drank his coffee with honey. It was not his preference but it didn't damper his thoughts about the meal. It seems to be a local gathering place as the servers greeted several diners as if they were old friends. I will certainly go back - not sure if I'll try any of the other menu offerings because I really LOVE the breakfast sandwich!!
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