One Eared Stag

New American, Bar
$ $
1029 Edgewood Ave NE (Hurt St)
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 525-4479
Monday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 12:00am
Friday
11:00am - 12:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 12:00am
Sunday
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tips

  • Their double cheeseburger, the Meatstick, is great. Be sure to take the burger off the pile of spuds as soon as it hits the table to avoid steaming the fries trapped under the burger.
  • Looking for an amazing dessert? Check out the Pan de Chocolate- Toasted country French bread from Alons, nutella and roasted local strawberries.
  • Brunch at One Eared Stag is still one of Atlanta's best kept secrets.2013 Best of Atlanta Critics Pick.
  • The Chef's Breakfast is strictly for silver platter Sunday brunching. Whether it's seared pork belly or pancakes slathered in duck liver butter, you get a Schlitz to wash down one of CL's 100 best.
  • There's a patio out back, plenty of taxidermy, a large dining room, & a cozy bar area where you can also enjoy the menu of mainly small plates, 5 or 6 larger entre portions, & creative side dishes.
  • Known for chef/owner Robert Phalen's inventiveness in the kitchen, for which he'd gained one to watch status at Holy Taco, the restaurant's brought the buzz back to Inman Park. [Eater 38 Member]
  • I don't care if he hit Rihanna, Chris brown is the greatest.
  • Kids eat free everyday lunch and dinner
  • Move over mimosas, this breakfast comes with an ice cold Schlitz. Served on a tray, the contents of the Chefs Breakfast is a constantly rotating mix of whatever the chef feels like preparing.
  • Adventurous doesn't equal good. Portions are super small for the price. Double check your bar bill - they overcharged twice.
  • We found a new gem in town! Their seasoning is just so perfect, I keep wanting to go back for more. Duck entree and the shrimp appetizer
  • Quail & Lamb my favorites
  • Deep Eastern spices, sweet notes, housemade pickles, and an addictive, numbing spice helped land the hot chicken here on CL's 100 Dishes list!
  • If you love spicy hot, the "hot" chicken is like Nashville style hot. Really spicy hot. Really good.
  • Super, super, super salty.
  • Amazing food and warm, attentive service. Atlanta's best secret kids destination early weekday nights!
  • Just opened. Same owner as the Holy Taco in East Atlanta
  • That beef pie was delicious! They should keep it on the menu. The salad left a lot to be desired. The burgers were selling like hot cakes. The chicken liver pate had too much onion. Nice decor.
  • Love the burger, soup was excellent. Beer list is small but generally has some unique stuff.
  • It's a nice environment, they have baby beers and oyster for $1 on happy hour in specific days. The rest of the food is kinda expensive and not too interesting.

Nearby places

240 N Highland Ave NE (at Elizabeth St NE)
918 Austin Ave NE (at Elizabeth St)