Dante's Down The Hatch

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3380 Peachtree Rd NE (at Stratford Rd)
Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 266-1600
Swiss, Jazz Club, Restaurant
$ $ $
Mon–Sat: 4:00 PM–Midnight Sun: 5:00 PM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Don't go for the food, go for the signature Atlanta experience. It's like entering someone's wacky childhood fantasy of what a restaurant should be.
  • Fondue + jazz + pirate ship + moat with actual crocodiles = Awesome!
  • Talk to Dante. He's on the floor every night and always has a good story.
  • Order the Mandarin fondue - It's the best. Also, try to find Dante, the alligators, and the witch in the woman's bathroom.
  • Don't go to the womens bathroom alone
  • Dantes specializes in complete dinners, fondue style. The John Robertson Jazz Trio plays along with other live entertainment, seven nights a week. The menu is now in 58 languages
  • The best fondue ever. Help save Dante's!
  • My favorite restaurant for 27 plus years.
  • Get to know Dante! Such am erudite!
  • So sad they are closing at the end of July...one of Atlanta,GA best places to visit.
  • sit on the boat
  • Wash your hair below deck, get the cr*p scared out of you in the restroom, chit chat with the knowledgeable staff, and sit on Dante's lap. Oh and visit Milky the alligator and the 10 turtles!!!!
  • Skip it. The 'experience' is not worth the money or the fact you'll have to eat again after you leave.
  • Perfect for a unique date night- ask to be seated on the pirate ship! Plan ahead and try the chocolate fondue.
  • Recommended: Pop in and knock back some grog aboard the decks of the replica eighteenth-century sailing ship - just watch out for the hungry crocodiles preying on their lunch in the moat below.
  • great place to bring out of towners or first date
  • Closing July 30th!!!
  • HURRY!!!! Dante's Down the Hatch closes July 30th. Every thing is delicious.
  • Fun atmosphere and good live jazz. Sadly it is closing at the end of July.
  • :( They are closing for good on July 31, 2013 to make room for condos downtown. Sad to see. We'll miss Pinocchio the alligator in the moat.