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Bacchanalia



1198 Howell Mill Road Northwest Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30318

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(404) 365-0410

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Thursday: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Friday: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Saturday: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 86 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • Mark L.One of the best falafels in town. Actually the best.

    55555 by Mark L.


  • Kyle P.Usher eats here

    55555 by Kyle P.


  • Tracey F.The best shrimp...today's Blueplate was shrimp & grits. Also try meatballs with marinara.

    55555 by Tracey F.


  • Yvonne T.Try the Fried Chicken - Comparable to Popeye's but crispier. (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Yvonne T.


  • Ashley B.The turkey sammich is on sweet potato bread! I nixed the cranberry spread & mayonnaise: still so succulent and delicious! #atlfood

    55555 by Ashley B.


  • BenReally awesome sandwiches

    55555 by Ben


  • Creative Loafing AtlantaThe choices of sandwiches, salads, even a daily blue-plate special, are endlessly satisfying. Enjoy the fried chicken, frittatas, and all manner of Southern sides. 2013 Best of Atlanta Critics pick.

    55555 by Creative Loafing Atlanta


  • Michele A.The cornmeal crusted catfish sandwich is flavorful and filling!

    55555 by Michele A.


  • Matthew L.I had the shrimp po boy and had to take a 2 hour nap afterwards. It was worth it though.

    33333 by Matthew L.


  • gui a.My preferred bread in Atlanta. You have to try the meringues too.

    55555 by gui a.


  • Cody M.There are two lines here. One for bakery facing the front and one for deli facing the right, side entrance.

    33333 by Cody M.


  • Ashish A.If the lunch special is the meatball sandwich, get it.

    55555 by Ashish A.


  • Mary M.Go with lots of time to explore this artsy-foodie compound. A great place to buy gifts.

    55555 by Mary M.


  • CameronOne of Atlanta's best kept secrets. The baguette bread is the best in Atlanta. They have great desserts too. Favorite lunch spot and gourmet market.

    55555 by Cameron


  • Elyse K.The Reuben is amazing! Best I've ever had!

    55555 by Elyse K.


  • Somchai R.ถ่ายเมนูราคาอาหารมาให้ดูราคาปานกลาง อาหารน่ากิน!

    55555 by Somchai R.


  • Creative Loafing AtlantaStar Provisions’ Pimento cheese takes the decadence factor on CL’s 100 dishes to eat before your die list to new heights.

    55555 by Creative Loafing Atlanta


  • Creative Loafing AtlantaFresh, house-made baguette smeared with sweet, creamy butter, and piled with prosciutto and shaved Parmesan is sweet, simple, and one of CL's 100 Best Dishes.

    55555 by Creative Loafing Atlanta


  • Henri H.The deli is great for good gourmet sandwiches with a twist. The sides are good as well. Their homemade hot sauce is a must try.

    55555 by Henri H.


  • Jamie M.Lots of meat and cheese

    55555 by Jamie M.


  • Summer R.Best Mac and Cheese I have ever had.....

    55555 by Summer R.


  • Jennifer Kjellgren ~.Here you can find the kind of cured meats, seafood and produce that personal chefs use to cook for the rich and famous. Or you can just get a really good prosciutto sandwich.

    55555 by Jennifer Kjellgren ~.


  • Danny B.Try the Bahn Mi - Yum! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Danny B.


  • Jackie H.Amazing!!!

    55555 by Jackie H.


  • EyalPrix fixe seasonal menu, beautiful space, great plating/presentation. First two courses set the bar so high that the rest actually disappointed. Still high scores for the place.

    55555 by Eyal


  • Matt L.A shrimp po'boy with a side of Voodoo chips is one of my favorite lunch time treats. Pick up some cheese and bread for a late afternoon snack.

    55555 by Matt L.


  • Emmanuel Gabriel S.OMG! It's like bread from heaven...ALL IN MY MOUTH! LOL

    55555 by Emmanuel Gabriel S.


  • GeoffThe Crab Fritter is a knockout. You can't lose with the rest of your choices.

    55555 by Geoff


  • Roberto C.Try the Shrimp Po Boy - Deli! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Roberto C.


  • Selina A.Try the Crispy Cornmeal Catfish (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Selina A.


  • Jeni's Splendid Ice CreamsLook for our Black Coffee pints in the freezer made with Batdorf & Bronson coffee.

    33333 by Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams


  • Sarah-Ann S.Latest obsession: Prosciutto & Parm sandwich. But I ask them to add Dijon mustard. Try it this way, it'll be your new favorite!

    55555 by Sarah-Ann S.


  • Alexis H.Try the Shrimp Poor Boy - Shrimp cooked perfect! Briny and crispy. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Alexis H.


  • DeeOmg the brownie!!!!

    55555 by Dee


  • Beth B.If you want a quick lunch call ahead. Line always painfully slow.

    55555 by Beth B.


  • Alexis H.Try the Heirloom Tomatoes & Mozarella - Zebra tomato sandwich and mozzarella. Bread is crusty and soft. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Alexis H.


  • Alexis H.Try the Prosciutto And Sweet Butter Sandwich - Only two slices of prosciutto and just butter. Very European. When you have the best ingredients, you don't need a ton of it. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Alexis H.


  • Alexis H.Try the Fried Shrimp Po' Boy - Not greasy with spicy mustard and perfectly briny shrimp. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Alexis H.


  • Alexis H.Try the Fritatta - Potato goat cheese fritatta. In a muffin size. Great to share and great way to control calories. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Alexis H.


  • Alexis H.Try the Cucumber And Dill Salad - Creamy yogurt lightly acidic and Tangy dill finish the salad. Refreshing on a hot day like today. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Alexis H.


  • Zach S.the chocolate cake is a great note to end on

    55555 by Zach S.


  • GeoffBest Reuben on the planet

    55555 by Geoff


  • Nikki N.Great place to stop and salivate. Fill your little basket up with a bunch of stuff you don't need but dearly want. Killer sandwiches, cheeses, and procured nik naks.

    55555 by Nikki N.


  • Nikki N.Ok- it's fancy so go on a special night and have a long delightful four hour meal that is done by some of the best folks in the business. Professionalism at it's finest.

    55555 by Nikki N.


  • Simona C.Falafel sandwich is to die for. Fresh and very unique flavors.

    55555 by Simona C.


  • Travel + LeisureThe shrimp po'boy is one of Star's more popular to-go items. Pair it with a bag of Zapp's Gumbo Chips and a glass of Victorian Lemonade.

    55555 by Travel + Leisure


  • sarevie m.the falafel sandwich is one of atlanta's best kept secrets. substitute the pita bread for an onion or black pepper roll to reach nirvana.

    55555 by sarevie m.


  • Kate M.Get the po boy sandwich.

    33333 by Kate M.


  • Ben A.The three best meals I've had in my life were in Paris, Manhattan, and at Bacchanalia.

    55555 by Ben A.


  • Quinn G.Best Sandwiches In Atlanta! The Poboy is excellent!

    55555 by Quinn G.


  • Jan D.Chocolate brownie with walnuts = delicious

    55555 by Jan D.


  • Cinda L.Best food I ever had. Worth every dime

    55555 by Cinda L.


  • Quinn G.When they run out of hoagies for the poboy, switch to the pita bread, awesome combo!

    55555 by Quinn G.


  • USarmySFCretDid you know that there is also an iSpy mission near here? Play iSpy on your iPhone to solve. @iSpy

    55555 by USarmySFCret


  • Atlanta Food & Wine FestivalTim Gaddis, the Cheese Man of Star Provisions, will be showing us why Southern cheeses can't be missed in the tasting seminar Say Cheese Y'all as part of the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival!

    55555 by Atlanta Food & Wine Festival


  • Atlanta Food & Wine FestivalChef Anne Quatrano and Linton Hopkins will be hosting a grand finale dinner, The Parting Bite: A Chorus of Greens to bring this year’s Festival to a close. You definitely won't want to miss this!

    55555 by Atlanta Food & Wine Festival


  • Jenifer K.Brown sugar shortbread!

    55555 by Jenifer K.


  • Creative Loafing AtlantaThe Shrimp po'boy is made on a soft, toasted hoagie roll instead of NOLA's mandatory French-style bread.

    33333 by Creative Loafing Atlanta


  • Creative Loafing AtlantaStar Provisions isn't quite famous for its fried chicken, but it's a good option when you're there, especially for the value. A combo of breast, thigh, and leg will set you back about $6.50

    55555 by Creative Loafing Atlanta


  • Danielle B.Never order a cheese tray to go. I had to wait 20 minutes for it after they misplaced my order.

    22222 by Danielle B.


  • Susan M.Pre-made sandwiches only on the weekends :(

    55555 by Susan M.


  • ken r.Reminds me a little of Foster's Market in Durham. Nice place to grab lunch and sit outside.

    55555 by ken r.


  • Creative Loafing AtlantaBlue crab fritter is the OG of Atlanta fine-dining dishes.

    55555 by Creative Loafing Atlanta


  • Chad E.Visit the baked goods counter for a variety of different sweets. The brownies are made to perfection. Must try!

    55555 by Chad E.


  • Girish J.For lunch: the shrimp po boy or the Reuben

    55555 by Girish J.


  • Beth B.One of my favorite lunch places. In a hurry? You can grab a Prosciutto and Parmesan baguette and skip the line.

    55555 by Beth B.


  • Creative Loafing AtlantaThe $85 prix fixe buys nothing short of quality, but you can order cheaper at the bar. However, the the farm egg with wild mushrooms was way too salty.

    33333 by Creative Loafing Atlanta


  • J Patrick M.Great lime corn meal cookies!

    55555 by J Patrick M.


  • Yarrow S.Try the pimiento cheese in the cheese shop and excellent cupcakes in the bakery. Also love the s'mores and shrimp po boy sandwich.

    55555 by Yarrow S.


  • Dianne T.My favorite place in the World!!

    55555 by Dianne T.


  • EaterThe prices at this gourmet boutique may deter you, but the sandwiches – especially the unorthodox Reuben and shrimp po’boy – offer big flavor for an affordable price. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Dawg O.See Tim the Cheeseman:-)

    33333 by Dawg O.


  • John L.sandwiches, burgers & buns - shrimp po'boy

    55555 by John L.


  • John L.appetizer - blue crab fritter

    55555 by John L.


  • Nicole P.Don't forget to stop by star provisions bakery for complimentary baked goods on your way out (yummy cake balls and bread tonight)

    55555 by Nicole P.


  • ToryBurchAn elegant seasonal menu where almost everything is grown or raised on the chef's own farm.

    55555 by ToryBurch


  • The Daily MealWould you like your tasting menu with or without truffles? While the price of magic isn't cheap, it's certainly worth it.

    55555 by The Daily Meal


  • MetromixNominated for Metromix's Best Restaurant-have you eaten here yet?

    55555 by Metromix


  • Jack S.Prepare for culionary delight. If you are a fanm of Top Chef, this is what you'Sat, Jan 29, 2011 expect.

    55555 by Jack S.


  • BravoFrom appetizers to dessert - a culinary adventure. -Eric Wolitzky, Top Chef Just Desserts

    55555 by Bravo


  • ZubinThe coconut macaroon in the petit fours plate changed my life.

    55555 by Zubin


  • ZubinBest restaurant in ATL? So I heard, and tho I went a la carte at the bar, i don't doubt the claim. Gnudi, tuna crudo and the paramount crab fritter....silly.

    55555 by Zubin


  • GourmetLiveA mature restaurant, but never a dowdy one. Bacchanalia has a southern aesthetic but by no means antiquarian, meaning country-fried sweetbreads with artichokes, and quail stuffed with mortadella.

    55555 by GourmetLive


  • Kelly H.I love gifts from the chef!

    55555 by Kelly H.


  • Tom B.The Crab Fritter is still one of the five best things I have ever eaten. See hot home retail trends three years before they happen by browsing Star Provisions.

    55555 by Tom B.


  • Melanie G.not widely known...you can order off a limited menu (instead of the pricey prix fixe menu) when you sit at the bar. bon apetit!

    55555 by Melanie G.


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