Brewery, Winery & Distillery
would love to go backa gain
Portion sizes were generous, service was inconsistent but still nice. the experience was worth it overall..
Your food is great but the wait staff is horrible!
You need to get it together or horribly fail.
We have been back for your food 4 times but your staff is non existent at best!
Service not very good and very odd menu. Needs better atmosphere to be conducive to want to hang out there.
The food was delicious and so plentiful that we had second meals the next day. My baby back ribs had meat so tender that it literally was happy to fall off the bone. This was followed by an amazingly wonderful strip steak. Good meat cooked to perfection. Mrs. Sultan had baked eggplant fries that were so good that we sought out a recipe for them, That was followed by penne pasta that was made and cooked to perfection.
It is sad that the ambiance and service are not up to the standard of the cuisine. The space is barn like with glass windows that were happy to reflect the same cold that was the outside temperature. We had to change our table, The server was omnipresent. I never understand what
Don't change a thing on your menu! LOVE IT!!!
Slow service even though the place wasn't busy. Marginal food at best.
menu too sophisticated for kitchen, keep to basics and do them right, train your staff...good luck
Super eats and great prices
From Our Editors
Flavors from around the world mingle at Atlas Restaurant and Bar, where dishes inspired by the Middle East, Italy, America, and other countries share the spotlight on the menu. Chefs simmer sunny-side-up eggs in shakshuka’s spicy tomato sauce, and douse steamed Prince Edward Island mussels in house-made champagne sauce. They accompany the 12-ounce Atlas Steak with garlic mashed potatoes, and complement bronzini stuffed with zucchini and red peppers with artichoke tapenade. Like Houses of Parliament at the end of the day, Atlas’ back room transforms into a dance floor on Friday and Saturday nights, piping tunes from the 1970s and ‘80s through a powerful sound system.
Atlas Restaurant and Bar