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Truffles Grill Serves Up Atlanta

Truffles Café, the upscale casual dining establishment located in Buckhead, is pleased to announce that the restaurant’s name is changing to Truffles Grill. With three South Carolina locations (two in Hilton Head and one in Bluffton) Atlanta residents have to try their newest location next to Lenox Mall.

“We want our guests to know that we are a more upscale concept than simply a casual café, and we also serve dinner in addition to our popular lunch menu,” says Operating Partner Rich Rylke. “Truffles Grill better encompasses the fun atmosphere and diverse menu options that we offer.”

Mushroom crostini is a wonderful way top start your meal at Truffles Grill

The ambiance of the dining room, combined with the wide-ranging food selection and attentive personal service, makes Truffles the perfect spot for a night out with friends or a leisurely lunch.

Truffles offers a diverse menu featuring new items such as tilapia with organic butter and sea salt, shoestring fries and coleslaw; tequila lime chicken – a marinated half chicken, grilled and served with fresh vegetables and garlic mashed potatoes; steak frites with a nine-ounce sirloin accompanied by shoestring fries and coleslaw; and Cajun seasoned tuna with wasabi cream, fresh vegetables and garlic mashed potatoes. 

Your Southern man will love this smoky grilled chicken breast topped with cheese and bacon!

The restaurant’s signature dishes include jumbo lump crab cakes with wasabi mayonnaise; basil parmesan glazed grouper; creamy tomato dill soup, a tuna burger chopped with fresh ginger and scallions and topped with cilantro mayonnaise. Truffles bar offers 35 wines by the glass, along with a selection of specialty cocktails and premium-brand liquors. From lagers and pale ales to porters and stout, Truffles also has an expansive offering of beer, both on tap and in bottles.

The yummy grouper topped with parmesan and basil served with crisp green beans and garlic taters

The best part about Truffles is dessert. Our feature photo (and favorite menu item) is the Blondie with butterscotch and chocolate chips, served warm with vanilla bean ice cream, homemade caramel sauce and chocolate drizzle. Everything is prepared daily using the freshest ingredients, and menu prices range from $5 to $29. Not a bad deal after a day of shopping!

Truffles Grill is located at 3345 Lenox Road in Atlanta.  The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily – Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Seating is available at the door or reservations can be made online, plus the full menu is available for take-out! For more information, visit Truffles website or call 404.364.9050.

Editor’s Note: Mandy Betts contributed to this article. Food photography by Kevin Patrick.

3 Comments on Truffles Grill Serves Up Atlanta

  1. Joe Markson
    September 8, 2011 at 12:12 am (3 years ago)

    Absolutely a fake, PR salvaging review. And it’s the last I’ll read from this site.

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  2. Lauren
    September 8, 2011 at 9:23 am (3 years ago)

    Hi Joe. Just for the record, this was not a review but a feature profile on the restaurant. We’re not critics here at Pretty Southern. We’re all about spreading the love!

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  3. christine thompson
    October 27, 2011 at 4:54 am (2 years ago)

    mmmm brownies, cant beat them haha,blonde ones are the best, what you reckon?:)

    Reply

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