Dinner was just okay. Can't recommend for high end white tablecloth dinner. Manager explained that's just what to expect here. Really????????
Pre-Theatre Nosh. Love this place! Pheasant, Octopus, Scallop and other lovely apps
My favorite!!!! They are also nice to my dogs
Three little piggies and the duck are amazing 🐽
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.
Sticky toffee pudding!
Sticky toffee pudding is outta this world! I was completely speechless with how delicious it was. Very large
Delicious and expensive
Three little piggies...yum!
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.
Pretty much everything is awesome from the drinks to the dinner to the dessert
Great ambiance. Good food.
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.
Brunch is amazing! Definitely opt-in for the "bread basket" - THE most amazing cinnamon rolls!
You can't go wrong with the specialty cocktails - they're all AMAZING! And get the Brussels sprout salad - it's to die for!
Not worth the cost. To many other quality restaurants to eat at with better quality for less $$$$.
Anything brussel sprouts, just anything...yum!
My favorites were the short rib, three little pigs and the sticky toffee pudding. Really. The sticky toffee pudding is non-negotiable.
Duck Breast is over the top!
One of the consistently best places to eat in Atlanta.
This is the best sticky toffee pudding ever. Don't go with out trying it.
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
Very yummy food, modern Southern and excellent service. Octopus was incredible as well as the trout. The heritage of the chef shows.
Their version of a Manhattan, called Gentlemen of Nerve.
DO NOT COME HERE!!! literally waited 30 minutes just for blue cheese olive stuffed martini and a jack and sprite. Food is portioned for babies, AND THE SERVICE SUCKS ASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ACVB'S CENTENNIAL COCKTAIL: City of Trees
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.
Focusing on New American and Southern food, father and son chefs get it right with perfectly-prepared meats, seasonal veggies and scrumptious desserts.
Try the sunchoke and scallop soup. Perfectly seasoned. The pearl scallops had so much flavor. Citrusy-sweet.
One of my favorite spots in Atlanta. Definitely fit for a foodie.
Cocktails here are amazing
Today's specials: so good.
You must have the steamed English toffee pudding. And also I suggest trying one of their cocktails.
On the menu are things like crispy Southern fried quail, local corn soup, pan-fried squash blossoms, Tybee Island shrimp ravioli. [Eater 38 Member]
The three little pigs is ridunculous.
The cotachina is crazy good. Everything was crazy good. This must be an Atlanta secret.
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?
One of the best wine lists in Atl; try the Touriga Nacional if you like big reds.