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4th & Swift

American Restaurant$$$$
Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta
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  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Try the Mexican RX here, a cross between a Moscow Mule and a margarita. Tequila and smoky mezcal are blended with spicy ginger liqueur, agave nectar, and fresh lime juice. Drink up! Read more
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    One of CL's 100 Dishes, the Mexican RX is basically a cross between a Moscow Mule and a margarita. Tequila and smoky mezcal are blended with spicy ginger liqueur, agave nectar, and fresh lime juice. Read more
  • Spoon University
    People often think of fruit desserts as light and refreshing, but this is not the case with 4th and Swift’s sticky toffee pudding. This date-based dessert takes indulgence to a whole new level. Read more
  • Cameron
    CameronOctober 1, 2014
    The best restaurant in Atlanta in terms of service, creativity, & food. To get the full culinary experience, order all 5 courses with wine pairings on the Chef's Tasting Menu.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Their cult menu item, a warm bowl of sticky toffee pudding, is a textbook example of decadence. The dense piece of sponge cake is covered in warm, buttery caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream. Read more
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Creative Loafing AtlantaDecember 17, 2014
    This spot epitomizes industrial elegance. It maintains a strong focus on southern style cooking, but with a refined personal touch. Taste comes first, not aw-shucks gimmickry. Read more
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Three little piggies offers a base of grits, pork loin, a combo of pickled grapes, bitter greens, & chicharrón "popcorn" that literally snaps, crackles & pops as it arrives in front of you. Read more
  • Eater
    EaterApril 16, 2013
    Featured cocktail ingredients include lemongrass-black sesame syrup, honeydew water, saffron or tarragon syrups, and house smoked peach bitters. The list goes on and on.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    4th and Swift serves pork three ways in the "Three Little Piggies," a cutely named but constantly evolving dish that made the cut for CL's 100 dishes to eat before you die. Read more
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 30, 2012
    On the menu are things like crispy Southern fried quail, local corn soup, pan-fried squash blossoms, Tybee Island shrimp ravioli. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Tammy G.
    Tammy GordonOctober 4, 2013
    My favorites were the short rib, three little pigs and the sticky toffee pudding. Really. The sticky toffee pudding is non-negotiable.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Creative Loafing AtlantaJanuary 25, 2012
    Add this tip to your to your foursquare "to do" list for Valentine Day 2012Chef Jay Swift will put together a five-course menu for $75 or more per person, with wine pairings for an additional $35. Read more
  • Bravo
    BravoNovember 11, 2010
    Love the look and feel of this restaurant owned by Jay Swift. The food has soul and love, staying true to his Southern roots. -Heather Hurlbert, Top Chef Just Desserts
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Creative Loafing AtlantaFebruary 3, 2012
    The Three little piggies ha velvety grits, a centerpiece of pork loin, the sweet/sour combo of pickled grapes, bitter greens, and chicharrón "popcorn" that literally snaps, crackles and pops Read more
  • Jackson R.
    Jackson ReevesDecember 6, 2010
    The "three little pigs" may be conservatively seasoned, but it's a perfectly cooked pork platter. Desserts are crazy creative but delicious (donuts and foie gras ice cream? yes, please!). Read more
  • Atlanta Eats TV
    Atlanta Eats TVJuly 17, 2013
    Whether it’s bacon from Spotted Trotter, or chicken from Springer Mountain Farms, the movement to educate diners about locally sourced menu items has found a foothold in Atlanta. Read more
  • Brad W.
    Brad WestJanuary 6, 2014
    Great Sunday brunch menu and some of the best cocktails in town. I've been a fan of this place since it first opened. Chef Jay never disappoints.
  • Jennifer Kjellgren ~.
    Focusing on New American and Southern food, father and son chefs get it right with perfectly-prepared meats, seasonal veggies and scrumptious desserts.
  • Jas S.
    Jas S.August 28, 2011
    Amazing Swanky spot! Shrimp & Girts was fab! (Not in the menu ask for it) Jamie made mean Long Island for my Mom! & the wine list was amazing! 5 's
  • Occupy My Family ATL
    Occupy My Family ATLSeptember 4, 2013
    4th & Swift is participating in Midtown Restaurant Week! Across Atlanta brunch, lunch and dinner menus will be offered at $15, $25 and $35 prix-fixe pricing tiers. Details: http://wp.me/p1t9ft-d8k
  • Atlanta
    AtlantaFebruary 4, 2014
    The farm-to-table concept has stayed true to its roots, offering a different menu each evening, based on seasonality and that day’s delivery.
  • Julia F.
    Julia ForsythJuly 28, 2013
    Very yummy food, modern Southern and excellent service. Octopus was incredible as well as the trout. The heritage of the chef shows.
  • Katie W.
    Katie WallNovember 17, 2013
    You can't go wrong with the specialty cocktails - they're all AMAZING! And get the Brussels sprout salad - it's to die for!
  • Kip R.
    Kip RuppDecember 29, 2010
    When available, do the market menu. It changes daily and the dishes consist of what is in season and freshest at that time. The price is right too.
  • Maggie S.
    Maggie SiuSeptember 9, 2014
    Sticky toffee pudding is outta this world! I was completely speechless with how delicious it was. Very large
  • Julie
    JulieApril 11
    Awesome food (salat, octopus, scallops, pudding) and awesome service. We had a great night.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Creative Loafing AtlantaFebruary 10, 2012
    Get the Great Enigma. It's a Plantain-infused pisco, lime juice, citrus star anise gastrique, Stone IPA reduction and fennel pollen served up in a martini glass. Read more
  • Om_Chanti
    Om_ChantiJanuary 24, 2013
    Try the sunchoke and scallop soup. Perfectly seasoned. The pearl scallops had so much flavor. Citrusy-sweet.
  • Lindsey H.
    Lindsey HardegreeNovember 18, 2013
    Brunch is amazing! Definitely opt-in for the "bread basket" - THE most amazing cinnamon rolls!
  • 86project
    86projectNovember 13, 2010
    Join 4th & Swift in the fight against hunger. Dine @ 4th & Swift Nov 16-18th to 86HUNGER. 4th & Swift will donate $0.86 per meal served to Atlanta Community Food Bank along w other 86project restauran
  • Trudy L.
    Trudy LoperJune 25, 2011
    Duck and donut is a do-not-miss kind of dessert. Order it, enjoy it and dream about having it again.
  • Nichole
    NicholeSeptember 13, 2012
    You must have the steamed English toffee pudding. And also I suggest trying one of their cocktails.
  • Matt G.
    Matt GoveDecember 19, 2009
    Order Three Little Pigs large plate and thank me later. That pork belly will make you believe in Santa Claus.
  • Stefan K.
    Stefan KallweitJanuary 25, 2014
    Pretty much everything is awesome from the drinks to the dinner to the dessert
  • Bronwen
    BronwenJuly 17, 2011
    The toffee bread pudding is melt-in-your-mouth divine. A splendid way to end my birthday meal.
  • AJC
    AJCApril 24, 2013
    Start with the North Georgia Apple and Crispy Brussels Sprouts Salad. Read more
  • Gabe N.
    Gabe NajarroMarch 25, 2012
    The cotachina is crazy good. Everything was crazy good. This must be an Atlanta secret.
  • Kim F.
    Kim FryeSeptember 9, 2013
    This is the best sticky toffee pudding ever. Don't go with out trying it.
  • Allie J.
    Allie JOctober 5, 2010
    The bread pudding. OH DEAR GOD the bread pudding. Will literally change your life.
  • Kimberly K.
    Kimberly KrautterFebruary 27, 2015
    Pre-Theatre Nosh. Love this place! Pheasant, Octopus, Scallop and other lovely apps
  • Sarah B.
    Sarah BrayDecember 24, 2011
    One of the best wine lists in Atl; try the Touriga Nacional if you like big reds.
  • Allen H.
    Allen HughesApril 12, 2011
    The Obsidian Cab is a nice red wine. Ate light plenty of great food
  • Alice Y.
    Alice YeoFebruary 24, 2012
    Don't wear a hat unless you're prepared to take it off the minute you walk in the door. Strict no hat policy....regardless of how fabulous the hat is. Ummmmm, it's the South. WTF?
  • Dj Heather B.
    Dj Heather BMay 10, 2011
    I love this place and was super happy to hear miss Sara Lawrence started working here! Great find in that gal!
  • Halbo
    HalboSeptember 12, 2013
    One of the consistently best places to eat in Atlanta.
  • Leighann F.
    Leighann FordAugust 7, 2011
    Lamb meatballs are really good and the warm English sticky toffee pudding is amazing!!!
  • Matt N.
    Matt NDecember 18, 2012
    One of my favorite spots in Atlanta. Definitely fit for a foodie.
  • Robert S.
    Robert SpiottaSeptember 22, 2013
    Duck Breast is over the top!
  • Pedro S.
    Pedro SotoAugust 11, 2010
    The duck confit and corn cake was amazing.
  • Jane L.
    Jane LeDecember 6, 2015
    Fun cocktails in a swanky atmosphere.
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