Comfort Inn & Suites Peachtree Corners
5200 Peachtree Indust. Blvd
Peachtree Corners, GA 30071
Phone: (770) 263-8883
Fax: (770) 263-8813
If you want to get away from it all and are looking to indulge your palate, grace 1720 is the place for you. A serene, elegant atmosphere, gracious service and outdoor dining are some of the advantages you can avail of at this restaurant. Then of course, there's the food; the appetizers that will whet your appetite include eggplant bruschetta and Jumbo Lump Crab Cake. Try the Grilled White Marble Pork Chop as your main course. There is a host of delicious sandwiches on the menu that make for a perfect lunch, and the restaurant hosts private dinner parties, weddings, and other events too.
Cici's Pizza is known for serving some of the best pizzas at affordable prices. Their casual ambiance and cozy decor make this an ideal place to hangout with your friends. They also offer take out services for your convenience.
Enjoy a delicious American meal as you dine at Cheeseburger Bobby's. This place serves some of the best burgers, milkshakes and desserts in town. The casual atmosphere and friendly service is sure to make you want to come back for more.
Firenze Ristorante is famous for serving authentic Italian food, especially Chix Parm. The menu is accompanied with an impressive list of beverages. Their warm hospitality and cozy decor are sure to give you an outstanding dining experience.
Treat your taste buds to a wholesome meal from Corner Bakery. This restaurant specializes in handcrafted and artisan breads and is famous for serving delectable sandwiches, salads and more. Their casual ambiance and friendly service are sure to give you a pleasant dining experience.
Wok N Roll serves delectable Chinese cuisine. This restaurant is committed to serve authentic Chinese specialties at affordable prices. Though it doesn't offer alcoholic beverages, the diverse menu doesn't disappoint. This restaurant also offers take away services for your convenience.
Hi Life sets the new standard for fine dining in Norcross. Owner and Executive Chef Gregg Zeringue fashions traditional American fare with new twists that will surely impress you. The softly-lit, wood-paneled dining room features a long bar in the rear, where an extensive wine list of over 100 varieties is highlighted by a few rare American labels.
You can always find a reliable meal at J.R.'s Log House. The dining room is large and often hosts large groups during the lunch rush in midweek and dinner hours on weekends. The booths and tables make JR's more of a restaurant than a rib shack. Great Brunswick stew, great sides, and great sandwiches are available. The pulled pork and shredded beef sandwiches come in traditional plain white paper wrappers, and are easier to take in the car than a slab of ribs.
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen is a chain of seafood restaurants with a nationwide presence. Specialties on their menu include Fried Calamari, Shrimp Creole and Grits, Crawfish Etouffee and Atlantic Salmon Yvette.
Established in 2012, Shabu & Shabu has already become a favorite among foodies in Atlanta. It serves authentic Korean cuisine made from fresh ingredients and served in a clean and hygienic setting. Here, patrons come mainly for the delicious hot-pot food and soups. Though this place is a meat-lovers delight, vegetarians won't be disappointed as they have satisfying options to choose from. You can seal the meal with a tasty Korean-style dessert from the next-door bakery.
Chef Tieng Nguyen and her son David introduce Norcross to the culinary heritage of Vietnam. Their restaurant is named in honor of the country’s last reigning queen, Nam Phuong. On the menu are cuisine staples made from traditional recipes and fresh ingredients. Select from pan fried noodles or rice porridge that complement specialties like shrimps sauteed with lemongrass curry, coconut milk and vegetables; spare ribs; shaking beef; and tofu in black bean sauce. A visit here is a delight for the food epicurean indeed.
Viande Rouge in French means red meat. This elegant upscale steakhouse with its swanky interiors and scarlet walls is only for diners who are 18 and above. The dishes are made with a French flair turning the menu into a contemporary steakhouse fare. So if you love red meat and red wine, you will definitely fall head over heals with this cool chophouse. Viande is the sister restaurant of Trattoria one.41 and as fantastic the food is at Trattoria, the same applies here. If you don't know what to order from the menu, just go with the house specialties and delight yourself in the meaty treats. If you want to indulge yourself or your friends with awesome steakhouse fare and red wine, then Viande Rouge will definitely be a trip worth your money.