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The third local outpost of the Atlanta-based steakhouse chain created by outspoken media mogul and environmentalist Ted Turner, along with restaurateur George McKerrow Jr., has the same dark, warm Craftsman-style décor as the other locations, but this venue is much more cozy and intimate than some of the warehouse-sized dining rooms in other Power & Light District restaurants. That comfort level extends to the menu, which is big on home-style fare – pot roast, meatloaf, prime rib, chicken – and nearly 20 imaginative variations on the hamburger theme. The service is snappy enough, while the kitchen is frequently inconsistent. Still, the steaks – bison, USDA Choice or Harris Ranch Premium -- are modestly priced and include a vegetable and potato (“add-on” side dishes are inexpensive, too). Some “signature” dishes -- like the “beer can” chicken and the bison meatloaf -- are overrated, but the steaks are flavorful and the daily Blue Plate specials taste like someone’s grandmother – or a great hash house cook -- made them. — Charles Ferruzza

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Price: $$-$$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards

Parking: Free, Garage, Street


Reservations: Accepted, Recommended for Large Parties, Not Necessary


Attire: Casual

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