Watershed on Peachtree

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Details
1820 Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 809-3561
Southern / Soul
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM

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  • We would like to recommend Joe's Jambalaya.
  • Quick, name another dish that has its own custom-stitched quilt hanging on the wall singing its praises. It's no wonder this legendary fried chicken made the list of Atlanta's 100 best dishes.
  • Coconut pancakes amaze. French toast comes with candied. Bacon. Candied bacon, people.
  • First and last visit here. If you're going to call yourself southern or soul you need to give more than one side with your meatloaf special. Save your money on this overpriced place and go elsewhere.
  • The steak frites at least manage to rise above typical renditions of that bistro staple, thanks to a nice char, a juicy interior, and just enough chimichurri sauce to add an herbal, acidic kick.
  • The veg plate is delicious but the lunch service was super slow.
  • Watershed where the whitest of white people go for over-price gourmet fried chicken!
  • Order the "Ally Cat" drink from the bartender Gordon. It's delish! It's got some kind of pineapple and a hint of cafe or something.... Who knows... But it's fantastic!!!
  • Great patio when the weather is nice. Wednesday nights they have fried chicken big enough to share and get sides. I love the beef brisket. The grouper is also delicious. Great atmosphere always!
  • The William Tell I great! Tastes just like apple pie!!!
  • Incompetent hostess. Had to wait 45 minutes despite making a reservation.
  • Bring your own bottle - $15 corkage
  • Watershed has uncloathed their new digs in Buckhead and they are spot on!! Spicy meatballs as an app with one of their great spanish wines on the list. Menu is eclectic but damn good.
  • With a recipe created by chef Scott Peacock and Edna Lewis, the kitchen staff at Watershed may change, but the fried chicken remains the same.
  • The cornbread is dynamite.
  • I have eaten here 4 or 5 times and the food is always bad. Skip the food, just have drinks at the bar. They need to get a new chef!
  • Food Network Top 5 Fried Chicken - #3 Chicken and Biscuits
  • Chef Zeb Stevenson left Parish to take over the kitchen at Watershed at the beginning of the year, and he's breathed new life into the restaurant. They've since received many awards for their cooking.
  • Great bar scene! DJ and dance floor on Saturday night.
  • While you take in the rhythms of the live jazz band, enjoy the restaurant's signature brunch dishes including beignets, farm eggs benedict and smoked trout scramble.