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Sage Woodfire Tavern Alpharetta
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Ranked #24 of 549 Restaurants in Alpharetta
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$20 - US$35
Cuisines: American, Mediterranean
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Good for: Child-friendly
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Description: Sage Alpharetta offers a city chic yet casual atmosphere featuring contemporary American cuisine with global influences. We offer Market Fresh Fish, Seafood, Hand-Cut Steaks, Chops, Gourmet Salads, Chicken, Pastas and Burgers all prepared over our live hickory oak woodfire grill.
Reviewed 18 May 2014

Beautiful restaurant on the outside, beautiful restaurant on the inside. The hostess sat us quickly as the tavern was basically empty except for the bar, which was packed with the usual corporate types. Our server was patient and friendly, but not very knowledgeable about the menu. The food was very disappointing, I took it home and threw it away.

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1  Thank milleniumfalcon
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Reviewed 12 May 2014

The wine list was great. Ralph, our server was very knowledgeable and made our experience top-notch. I had the goat cheese stuffed Chicken and it was fantastic. The plate was huge and I didn't know that there would be 2 pieces of chicken. The only regret I had was that my stomach wasn't larger so I could eat dessert.

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Reviewed 11 May 2014

We had an excellent Mother's Day brunch consisting of breakfast and lunch food. Very attentive service with moderate noise, nothing loud....elevator music. Varied menu with a special brunch menu made this an event where everyone could find something they wanted. Prices were reasonable but when two of us ordered a Mimosa and it came in the traditional narrow glasses, we were surprise to see how expensive they were ($19 for two Mimosas?). We mentioned it to the waitress who stated "our alcohol is pretty steep." That's for sure! Drink some beer and wine, then come over here for lunch or dinner. Good place.

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Reviewed 15 April 2014

Thursday night is the time to go for late night happenings for the 40+ crowd, especially after 10PM. The food is very good as well

1  Thank ledfoot65
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Reviewed 11 April 2014

Have eaten often at the Sage/Ashford Dunwoody and been happy. Went to Sage - Alpharetta last night with my husband. Quite disappointed. The server tried very hard to be friendly - a little too so in fact.

We ordered the carrot-ginger as our soup - we were served the lobster bisque. Server corrected this. But the server did not even take our dinner order until after we had finished our soup! The menus literally sat on the table and she came and checked on us, brought our drinks, brought bread, brought the soup, replaced the soup - and did not take our dinner order during any of this time, but wanted until after we had finished our soup starter - this added way more time than we wanted to spend to our dinner. And we just had to sit and wait, and wait for the meal as we had finished the appetizer (soup).

We had ask for bread to be brought with the meal (when if finally arrived - no bread ever arrived). We split the ribeye/shrimp combination and the kitchen was happy to do this. The lukewarm ribeye was so thin it was laughable, the crabmeat stuffed shrimp were good. But the green beans were cold and the baked potato hardly warm at all.

The waitress did notice I had not eaten most of my food, and even though we had declined dessert brought us strawberries, with whipped cream and Grand Mariner as what I supposed was a "sorry" -the problem was 1. Can't stand Grand Mariner so did not eat it and 2. We had been there so long we were just ready to leave

Not certain what the problem was - did the server turn in our orders wrong and not pick them up timely or did the kitchen not get things correct? In any event, we will not put this on our list of "date night" restaurants again.

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1  Thank plum9195
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