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My husband and I have eaten at Dantanna’s on several occasions. The food has always tasted fresh and delicous, with one exception the bread. We didn’t care for the bread. As for the desserts, they still have the Jack Daniels cake on their menu which isn’t served anymore according to one of the waiters. However, the banana dessert is very good.
Great food here. You should go. My son had the Cowboy Rib Eye. It was the best tasting steak I have ever sampled. The piece of meat had an unique flavor all it own- not sure what is was but it was delicious. Everything that came to the table was great. Everyone who worked there had a smile and were quite friendly. The manager went out of his way to make the evening a good time for all. The tables are bunched up a bit but I guess if they weren’t half of the people trying to get a reservation would be out of luck. Parking was easy. Location was off the beaten path.Pros + Incredible FlavorsCons – Loud when sober (festive after a drink or two)
When I first saw the menu, I knew we had chosen the right place for our anniversary. All steak houses have steak, but The Capital Grille offered many seafood options as well, I wanted it all. We shared classics like shrimp cocktail, clam chowder, and ceasar salad for our appetizers. My wife chose the live Maine lobster, and I had decided to get a steak before we ever made the reservation. There were so many steaks to choose from but I decided on the specialty of the house, the dry aged porterhouse. There were many other selections that I also wanted to try, so when our server explained that I could basically create my own steak, I mixed and matched some of the suggestions on the menu and had my porterhouse with the porcini mushroom rub and the sauteed wild mushrooms and cippolini onions. The most tender and flavorful steak I have ever put in my mouth. The essence of fig and balsamico were perfect compliments to the steak. My wife’s lobster was exceptional. We also shared the best cream
I went there for brunch two weeks ago and it was fabulous – huge buffet with yummy, fresh food (both cold and hot options) and attentive chef service. One of the best brunches in Atlanta by far for the food. However, service was definitely mediocre and our brunch took twice as long because the waitress was not attentive. The wait was a big surprise as she only had to serve us drinks, and for much of the time we were her only table. So go if you have time to spare!Pros + Great food, nice space & locationCons – Bad service