Coq au vin was amazing!
Steak tartare is worthwhile. Not something specific to this location but exceptionally executed
It's hard to think of one of Atlanta's best establishments as a restaurant when it feels as though you've been welcomed into their home ❤
Brian is the best but all the servers are so professional. ! They could be closing in 10 minutes but always welcome you!
Menu is constantly changing but don't be afraid to branch out! Didn't plan on eating lamb's head barbacoa but it was delicious!
Steak tartare and watermelon salad
Amazing food, excellent service.
Not only are the dishes incredible, the service and management are outstanding! Very gracious and accommodating!
The chophouse-style restaurant serves small plates and meat-centric entrees; adventurous diners should ask for Santiago's secret butcher's menu. [Eater 38 Member]
This place was great! Beautiful aesthetic on the inside. Reminds me of Restoration Hardware actually! The food was great. I definitely recommend this place for a nice night out.
Abattoir 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
Awesome new restaurant. But not cheap!
Some of the best service I've ever received. Food was delicious!
Anne Quatrano never disappoints, come experience more of her delicious creations at this year’s Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, May 30-June 2, 2013.
With Chef of the Year Tyler Williams helming the kitchen and Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison behind the concept, it's hard to go wrong at Abattoir. [Eater 38 Member]
Try the Apple Cobbler
Try the Stuffed Quail
Best ribeye anywhere.
We love that when Anne Quatrano isn't at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, she's just a few minutes away at Abattoir in Jamestown Properties' White Provision on the Westside.
The Crispy Georgia Shrimp and Grits is amazing. If you're there with a group, you can't go wrong with the dessert sampling.
Try the Beef Tartare - Awesome!
Try the Korean Sticky Fries, Bulgogi - @misfitfoodies outing at @abbatoiratlanta
Waiter was excellent, bread was great - we didn't care for the rest. We got the blood sausage and the beet salad. The blood sausage was odd and too different for our comfort zone.
New chef... So try the sweet potato soup -- Devine !!!!
Don't miss "monkey bread" .... risotto was also "interesting"
The rice pudding + an old Port= yummy
appetizer - pork rillettes
Abattoir is affiliated with the best cheese shop in town, Star Provisions. Don't skip the cheese plate
The best carrot cake ive ever had. Hop cream, cream cheese icing, and root beer ice cream. Wow.
Farmer-chef duo Anne Quatrano and Cliff Harrison’s meat-centric Abattoir, fittingly located in an old slaughterhouse facility, uses local beef for its beloved bacon cheeseburger.
Order at least 1 item in a mason jar. Yum!
Great seasonal menu. They really know how to cook up killer meat! The only time we had a sub-par waiter, the manager replaced him and comped us drinks and dessert. My favorite place in ATL hands down!
The often overstewed offal takes a decidedly featherweight turn here. It’s braised, sliced thin, and teamed with a chunk of crisp-tender pork belly, fresh romano beans & tomatoes in a light broth.