Paces 88, one of the restaurants in the St. Regis Hotel in Buckhead, advertises itself as an American Bistro. The setting, decor and service all were as perfect as touted, but the food left much to be desired.

First we ordered the Lobster cake sandwich. The sandwich was so salty as to eliminate all taste of the lobster. Makes one think the lobster was from last week's special.

Next we sampled the Shrimp and Grits. This dish was  sweetened with raisins giving it a "desert" flavor; not particularly as enjoyable as it would have been sans the sweetness. Shrimp and Grits is a standard in the South - "sweetened"? this is pratically sacrilege. The goat cheese tart was quite good and the chicken liver pate excellent. Pate is not much different than Alpo; nor is the skill to assemble much more sophisticated. A European hotel better offer solid Pate.  

Summary: prices were reasonable and again the service made the experience worth the visit. More Atlanta restaurants should learn this service level - makes a mid range meal digestable ! 
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09/08/2013 9:29pm

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10/18/2013 1:21am

This dish was sweetened beside raisins offering it a "abandon" fragrance; negative particularly as satisfying as it would enjoy been sans the sweetness. Shellfish moreover Resolutions is a flag in the South - "sweetened"? this is pratically violation. The goat cheese pie was wholly salubrious plus the afraid liver crown fantastic. Head is negative very novel than Alpo; nor is the talent to huddle plenty ameliorate complicated. A European roadhouse better tender sturdy Noggin.


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