SOHO Atlanta Reviews
An American Bistro Apr 16, 2010
SOHO styles itself as a neighborhood restaurant, which fits in with its affluent surroundings. A fine dining experience, the service, menu and atmosphere are all five star.
Sous Chef Jeff Haeger is proud of his establishment and happy to mingle with diners. On one weekday evening, Jeff popped round several times to ensure everything exceeded expectations. He is eager to discuss SOHO's eclectic food style and current wine campaign focusing on the wines of Washington and Oregon through the month of April.
If you plan an April visit, make sure you try the Oregon Montinore – either the Pinot Gris ($9.50) or Pinot Noir ($11) – depending on your preference. The Pinot Gris is delightfully light & fresh – perfect for Spring dining.
Other must haves include the excellent (& spicy) Hawaiian Poke Tuna starter ($9), followed by the awesome Sea Bass ($23), which is served in a superb lemongrass sauce. To finish off the meal, try their special Chocolate Bread Pudding ($5), which is well worth the calories.
The only disappointment is the sliders ($3.75) – advertised with wonderful ingredients, but served on boring white bread buns, not in keeping with the quality and flair of the rest of the ingredients.
Zagat award winner in 2007-2008 for “best eclectic restaurant”, SOHO is located in Vinings, an adorably quaint, historic suburb of the affluent Northwest section of metro Atlanta. Its downtown area is host to numerous fine dining establishments, including SOHO.
Overall Rating: *****
Credit cards accepted: Yes
Attire: Casual, Smart
Outdoor seating: Yes
Pet friendly: No
Live music: No
Parking: Shopping center private lot with security
Monday to Friday 11:30 - 2:30
Monday to Thursday 5:30 - 10:00
Friday, Saturday 5:30 – 11:00
Sunday 5:00 – 9:00
4300 Paces Ferry Road
Jubilee Shopping Center
Atlanta, GA 30339
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