Livingston Restaurant+Bar

Row 1

659 Peachtree St NE (at Ponce de Leon Ave.)
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 897-5000
New American, American, Lounge
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 6:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 6:30 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Take advantage of the "Millionaire Monday" special: for $16 enjoy a whole lobster or filet mignon, choice of celery root soup or baby spinach salad and one side. The high life! More info at the link:
  • The bartenders are horrible here. There are 3 of them and you can't even get a drink.
  • Their brunch is amazing... You have to try the crab cake benedict!
  • "Millionaire Monday's" - $16 gets you an Appetizer, Side , and Filet or Lobster! Enjoy!
  • Leave a big tip, Paul is worth it.
  • The turkey sandwich and chopped salad for lunch are delicious! Sit on the patio if you can--it's a great urban experience.
  • Not like the old days. W hotel wanna-be. Desserts are not worth the calories. Restaurant food disappointing. Only advantage is FOX proximity. There is a reason they give out coupons
  • The "Millionaire Mondays" lobster is frankly mind-blowing for the $15 price. Salads are competent but flawed. Unfortunately, they put out one of the most awful burgers encountered in years.
  • Late Harvest is deeeelish :)
  • Livingston offers up to 3 hours of free valet parking while dining
  • Hit up Millionaire Mondays, and try the filet on a bed of mac-and-cheese. Delicious.
  • Gary's modern American food is amazing. Go check out the beautiful space at the newly remodeled Georgian Terrace hotel for a pre Fox theatre meal. -Eli Kirshtein, Top Chef
  • Check out Livingston Restaurant and Bar as seen on Chopped
  • The chef's desire to create a signature Atlanta experience based around local produce was thwarted somewhat by the sheer volume and grueling schedule of a breakfast/lunch/dinner/catering operation.
  • My date & I ordered the Country Ham Croquette, and it was DELICIOUS. The GTB 10 oz. Angus beef burger with Elberton blue cheese cream was fantastic!
  • get off at level six in parking garage to get to hotel
  • What used to be a decent selection in South midtown, is now a pretentious overpriced menu with under seasoned food am D lackluster service. Still waiting for the ketchup.
  • Brunch time!!
  • Livingston is participating in Midtown Restaurant Week! Across Atlanta brunch, lunch and dinner menus will be offered at $15, $25 and $35 prix-fixe pricing tiers. Details:
  • The food was out of this world! Delicious.