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“Great addition to the neighborhood”
Review of Folk Art

Folk Art
Ranked #141 of 4,043 Restaurants in Atlanta
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: Breakfast
Restaurant details
Dining options: Breakfast
Reviewed 6 May 2014

We have been watching this place but were unwilling to wait in the long lines. We decided to chance it on a rainy day. We were well rewarded. The food and service were wonderful.

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Reviewed 28 April 2014

Sunday Brunch, day of the Inman Park Festival, peolple crawling all over the place. Worth waiting for. Breakfast and brunch items on the menu, hamburgers or lamb burgers, pancakes (which were the most popular items), sandwiches, omelets, etc. Good bloody mary's, strong coffee. Quick, efficient service, moderatley priced.

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Thank Bob M
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Reviewed 31 March 2014 via mobile

Went to Folk Art for dinner with my wife, brother and his girlfriend on a Thursday night. We were excited to try a new restaurant, and had heard that Wisteria is excellent so assumed that would translate to Folk Art. The atmosphere is very comfortable, and we were surprised that there was a decent crowd on a weeknight. We didn't have to wait for a table, and perused the great drink menu while we waited for our server....and waited, and waited. Waiting was the theme of the night, as our courses, drinks, an entrees came in shifts for the four of us. Not one order, either drinks, appetizers or entrees came together. My entree didn't even all come on one plate - I received the sides a few minutes after the rest of the table received their entrees, and then after another five minutes the fried chicken breast was delivered, leaving me with several half-full plates. Despite the bad timing, the food was delicious. It seemed like the server just didn't care, which was frustrating, and we were finished our meal at an hour and 45 minutes. I'm assuming that it was just an off night, and we will go back because we really enjoyed the food, but the service really needs to be shored up.

Thank TateEA
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Reviewed 25 March 2014 via mobile

Went there for breakfast,great atmosphere , food was excellent, good neighborhood joint, it might sound out if it but their orange juice is one of the best I've ever had,will return!

Thank F A
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Reviewed 3 March 2014

Located on Highland Ave, this is an eclectic type of place I would expect in the Inman Park neighborhood. Went for lunch on a Friday afternoon with spouse and daughter. Nice menu, reasonably priced. Unfortunately, we all had the grilled 5 cheese sandwich so this review is limited! I can say it was delicious...I wish I could make a sandwich like that! Daughter and I also shared a nice salad of mixed greens, cranberries and bacon, while husband had the fries (which were really, really good). Food served to other tables looked generous and tasty. Would definitely go back for lunch or breakfast.

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Thank goldenmom1234
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