Celebrating over 16 years as one of Atlanta's favorite restaurants, South City Kitchen Midtown specializes in contemporary Southern cuisine with a ... More
South City Kitchen Midtown
Celebrating over 16 years as one of Atlanta's favorite restaurants, South City Kitchen Midtown specializes in contemporary Southern cuisine with a sophisticated twist. Combining the energy of Atlanta with the warmth of a Southern home, the restaurant is nestled in an updated, historic bungalow on the city's famous Crescent Avenue. Dine on local specialties such as shrimp and grits, buttermilk fried chicken, she-crab soup, fried green tomatoes and banana pudding while enjoying the view of our exhibition kitchen or the Atlanta skyline on one of the best patios in the city. This truly is dining the way the new South intended.
What can I say...absolutely fantastic! The fried green tomatoes were perfect, the ceaser salad was possibly the best I've ever had, and the buttermilk fried chicken with bourbon gravy was outstanding. The service was prompt, detail oriented, yet not intrusive. This place really hit dead on.
During my stay in Alanta, it was recommended that I try the South City Kitchen. Oh my goodness! As I looked over the menu and I mouth started to water, I felt myself gaining weight which wasn't a bad thing. Anyway, the waitress suggested the liver and onions with slivered ham and cream corn. It was awesome! Oh my goodness, the livers were tender with lots of favor, the onion carmelized just right with cream corn. I sat over in the corner humming and tapping my feet, that's just how good it was. I had sweet tea, which I had never had, and too was great. And the fried green tomato, oh my goodness, made me feel like a kid again. For dessert, I ordered the pecan pie..... Hallejah!
What a recommendation! From the hospilitity to the fablous food. I highly recommend South City Kitchen
A must in dining out. The food was excellent and the service was top of the line. If you have not been take the time out of your busy schedule and treat yourself to a delightful evening of the finest foods in Atlanta.
This was my first dining experience here and I came with some collegues from the office. It was busy with patrons and there was almost an extensive wait when we arrived..fortunately we had reservations. Our wait staff was very attentive to our needs and management came by our table to greet us. We had martinis and wine which we found very good and we started with 3 appetizers one of which was the fried green tomatoes which was quiet good. For dinner I had the grilled salmon over gouda cheese grits with poublano cream, a viniger slaw and a side of collard greens. Cornbread, biscuits and hot yeast rolls where served with the meal. The ambience was nice though a bit chatty but not so that you where distracted from the world at your table. We ended the meal with dessert, I chose this decadent double chocolate ice cream that places you in the mind of a rocky road and it was served on this brown sugared crisp and sprigs of fresh mint.
I thouroghly enjoyed my evening there and would definately return for an encore.
I've visited South City many times over the years and it has become one of my favorite restaurants in Atlanta. It is an ideal place to dine immediately before or after a visit to the High Museum, Alliance, or other adjacent cultural opportunities. The staff is sensitive to the needs of those in a hurry to make a rising curtain. Personal favorites include include the chicken liver and corn appetizer, sinfully rich she-crab soup, and the grilled shrimp and scallops over stone-ground grits in garlic gravy. My only complaint might be that the atmosphere is a tad boisterous, so those looking for quiet conversation over their meal should perhaps look elsewhere. Otherwise, tuck in! Reservations are strongly recommended, especially on weekends.
Being from Texas and now living in Chicago, it's hard for me to pass up southern cooking. Many places have failed, but South City Kitchen does it up right. In the north part of Midtown Atlanta, it is probably a little nicer atmosphere than what you would expect for this kind of food, but after eating you can't complain. I tried the duck and it was incredible. We also had the jambalya which was stuffed with seafood. The soup and cornbread were amazing also! We sat outside on a nice porch and watched the people walk by. The place was packed, but the service was great. Normally a little more than I am willing to pay for a meal, but for a special occasion it was well worth it!
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