by Man Tankesly on
Going out to eat with my family can be a challenge. My mother is a vegan, my father is a real meat and potatoes type who likes nonalcoholic beer with his dinner, and although I am not a picky eater, I have a food allergy. Woodfire went above and beyond to accommodate us. They (Kevin?) made my mom a special vegan entree which she devoured. My father enjoyed his shrimp trio and pork loin with Buckler. I ate to my heart's content without worrying about allergies because they were so careful to make sure everything was safe. The waitress suggested amazing wine pairings for each of my courses (the curried peekytoe crab salad and the pork loin, both of which were out of this world). The food was amazing, but what really stood out was the service. Every time the waitress came by it was a continuation of our previous conversation and she was very attentive and very accommodating. Also, the a la carte menu is extremely reasonably priced, especially considering the quality of the food. I have reservations in August when my BFF comes into town and next time I am going to spring for the tasting menu. Overall, an excellent experience, and if you have any dietary restrictions you would be hard pressed to find a restaurant that takes better care of you and your needs. Hands down my favorite restaurant in Atlanta.
by Refugio Momaya on
It was Christmas, so fairly easy to get into, but once inside, it wasn't too great. Downstairs was more crowded than upstairs but the crowd was not too classy. Then again, who but raging alcoholics go clubbing on Christmas .. ;)
by Aileen N. on
I've been here once on an "asian" night by accident. It was spacious and not a bad place to dance as long as you want to be anti-social. Then I went there last Saturday for a birthday party but they were at maximum capacity! Nothing you can really do if they aren't letting anymore people in but I felt like the bouncer was suggesting it would "cost us" to get in. Ewww Mr. Bouncer - this isn't Vegas, its San Francisco. And its Rouge. Don't think so.