Open Hours: Mo from 06:30am to 11:00am,Mo from 11:30am to 02:00pm,Tu to Fr from 06:30am to 11:00am,Tu to Fr from 11:30am to 02:00pm,Tu to Fr from 06:00pm to 10:00pm,Sa from 06:30am to 11:00am,Sa from 11:30am to 04:00pm,Sa from 06:00pm to 10:00pm,Su from 07:00am to 02:00pm
Located in the heart of Midtown and inside Four Seasons Hotel, Park 75 is the acclaimed restaurant widely-known for making celebrities feel like ... More
Located in the heart of Midtown and inside Four Seasons Hotel, Park 75 is the acclaimed restaurant widely-known for making celebrities feel like normal people and normal people feel like celebrities. With Executive Chef Robert Gerstenecker at the helm of Park 75's culinary team, each dish is an experience in dining at its best. In the words of Atlanta Journal-Constitution food critic, Meridith Ford, "eating Chef Gerstenecker's cooking feels a little like watching an Olympic skater. He makes it look so easy." And for those in the mood for an over-the-top dining experience, don't miss Park 75's Chef's Table--an incomparable dining experience that takes place in the kitchen with Chef Gerstenecker at your side and wine to suit every course. Locals rave about Park 75's breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, and for those with time to spare, don't miss the opportunity to enjoy Afternoon Tea or the Sunday brunch.
The atmoshere is relaxed, not fussy. Service is professional and attentive but not overly fawning. The food is excellent. If you eat only once here make it the Sunday brunch. Unbelieveable assortment lightyears beyond your average breakfast buffet. Imaginative and delicious. So much to choose from and sooo much seafood! I adore brunch here.
I took my fiancee there for a birthday dinner. I had heard great things about the restaurant, most recently, its inclusion on the 100 Best Hotel Restaurants. I have to say that it was not all that it was cracked up to be. While the service and overall asthetic of the place was excellent, the food did not live up to the hype, ESPECIALLY FOR THE PRICE. I'm not cheap but when one pays $65 per person for a prix fixe 4 course meal, the best course should not be the $5 cheese course (the prix fixe 3 course is $60 and you can add $5 to get the cheese course). Enough for me to say that I may go there for drinks but that's about it.
The food is flat out good. Don't be expecting anything conventional either. We had courses like scallop and foie gras sandwich and lavendar creme brulee. It's all well prepared and tasty but you are railroaded into picking a 3 or 5 course meal. You can't just have an appetizer and dessert to get out of there at a reasonable price. Be prepared to spend $100 per person pretty easily. But if you are willing to spend the money, you will leave with a good meal. It's very nice inside and the atmosphere is a bit pretentious but without any rudeness from the staff. They say you need reservations but the place is empty. There was literally two other couples there when we arrived at 9:30 and it was Saturday night
I went here for a business lunch. I made a reservation, although it was not that busy at noon on a weekday. Great service and beautiful, clean environment. Not a lot of menu selections and no prices on the menu.