by Winston G. on
I've spent the last 9 months searching Atlanta for an awesome burger place, only to be disappointed by places like The Vortex and Holeman & Finch (both are not bad, but not amazing). Today, I was finally treated to one of the best burgers I've had in Atlanta, and without a doubt a burger than can match up to others around the country. I got the Korean BBQ burger, which was an american wagyu patty, braised short rib, kimchee ketchup, pickled veg, with crispy tempura onion. Seriously, this burger was delicious. The beef patty was cooked to a medium rare and juicy. The braised short rib was tender, and all of the flavors worked perfectly, as there was a bit of sweetness in the beef and the picked vegetables balanced out the flavors perfectly. My only suggestion / complaint would be that it was difficult to eat the burger because they stacked the short rib onto of the beef patty, rather than mixing the two together. However, that did not detract from my meal, as I just ate the short rib separately with the actual burger. Of course, any good burger place also should have great fries that come along with it. The fries at Flip are delicious -- fried a bit more than usual for a crispyness to it, and then paired with this smoked mayo that is out of this world. I am a huge fan of good mayo and I can safely say this is one of the best mayos I've ever had -- it tastes just like bacon! (I would suggest splitting the fries between two people.) To top it all off, I ended up getting a pistachio and truffle milkshake -- probable one of the richest milkshakes I've ever had (you can actually taste the truffle in it), but it was also well made and wasn't too thick that you couldn't even use a straw. All in all, I went on a semi-rainy afternoon so it wasn't too busy and service was good. I like the decor -- very trendy, and everything is "flipped" in the restaurant. I was really impressed and hope to be back again.
by louis n. on
Primal Grand Opening Night featured it all. Tissue Dancer, Celebrity DJ Scribble and live drums. Numerous levels with DJs spinning the hottest sounds. It was a good crowd and good music. The club itself didn't look any different from what it was before.
by Librada Klemp on
Wow, talk about your high octane, grip it and rip it, spend lots of cash, good food, strong drinks, and lots of eye candy evening! STK in the meatpacking district is shall we say "pretty happenin!" It is exquisitely New York City - everybody thinks they are a somebody....actually no that's only in LA! In all seriousness, its a great place to go with a bunch of friends, you can make an evening out it and not even have to leave the venue as its a bar, lounge, nightclub all in one.