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The General Muir

The General Muir

Épicerie fine/de proximité, Restaurant de tradition juive et Lieu servant des petits déjeuners$$$$
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  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Creative Loafing AtlantaSeptembre 19, 2013
    There's a long list of things it does as well as (or better than) anyone in town: burgers, espresso, cheesecake, bagels, lox, sticky buns...Shall we go on? 2013 Best of Atlanta Critics pick. En savoir plus
    A voté pour il y a Sep 22
  • Eater
    EaterFévrier 3, 2016
    This upscale Jewish deli concept from Ben and Jen Johnson and Shelley Sweet of popular breakfast spot, West Egg, and executive chef Todd Ginsberg has been winning hearts since it opened in early 2013. En savoir plus
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    The cheesecake is firm where others are too soft, & tangy to offset its inherent richness. It's rare to call a classic a game-changer, but this dish has earned its spot as one of the 100 best in ATL. En savoir plus
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Chef Todd Ginsberg's take on the Reuben is a fatty, salty, comforting sandwich that's not only worthy of the nation's best delicatessens, but also CL's list of 100 best dishes to eat before you die. En savoir plus
  • Eater
    EaterAoût 19, 2016
    Get the Avenue D. With salty lox, cream cheese, salmon roe, cucumber, and chives on the bagel of choice, it's hard to find a better example of this New York classic in the South. En savoir plus
  • AJC
    AJCJuin 15, 2015
    Instead of making your own sandwiches for a picnic in the park, order favorites such as a vegetarian Reuben or classic pastrami sandwiches stacked high with house cured and smoked pastrami. En savoir plus
  • Eater
    EaterJuillet 20, 2017
    The burger is one of the best in town, but other star dishes include the poutine fries, cheesecake, and piled-high sandwiches. En savoir plus
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableAvril 7, 2016
    This adventurous cafe is open for the early birds and those late night cravings. The General Muir is the perfect balance between a classic diner and a deli so stop in anytime for just about anything! En savoir plus
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    The Hot Brown starts with a sturdy slice of challah and piles on house-roasted turkey breast and sliced tomato until it’s the size of a youth football, then it's blanketed with Mornay sauce. En savoir plus
  • Chad E.
    Chad ElkinsSeptembre 18, 2013
    This alternative take on burger toppings with pastrami, Russian dressing, gruyere cheese, pickles, and caramelized onions, makes this one or Atlanta's must try burgers.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    At night, the Muir morphs into a brasserie where you can get a pastrami sandwich, a raw kale salad tossed with green goddess dressing, or a deftly crafted pasta dish. En savoir plus
  • Jordan F.
    Jordan FineJanvier 18, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Get the Fish & Potatoes for Brunch if you're looking for a satisfying meal. Not too heavy, not too light, just right. Busy for Brunch, get there before 12-1p if you want a bagel, sometimes sells out.
  • AJC
    AJCJanvier 21, 2016
    The General Muir is an old Foursquare favorite. Come here and fall in love with a tasty pastry basket or their fantastic pastrami sandwich. And remember, the first 2hrs of parking are complimentary. En savoir plus
  • AJC
    AJCAoût 1, 2014
    The Rueben: Chef Todd Ginsberg understands better than anyone the art of the impossibly rich two-fisted sandwich. It squishes, it crunches — meat, tang, cheese, glory. En savoir plus
  • Annalise C.
    Annalise CarmackMars 2, 2016
    Love the atmosphere & food, plus the servers are always kind. Get the everything bagel w/ scallion caper cream cheese. It's pretty salty, but worth it. Also, the pastrami poutine is out of this world.
  • Matthew S.
    Matthew SnyderMars 1, 2013
    The roast beef sandwich was killer. The fries? Out-of-this-world. Hello sea salt! And the cheesecake? Yum. Don't even get me started on the incredible staff.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Poutine with pastrami at the General Muir puts French Canadian cuisine and self-indulgence with a side of gravy on CL’s 100 Dishes to eat before you die. En savoir plus
  • Tatiana H.
    Tatiana HanOctobre 30, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    Ok, obviously everything they have is absolutely delish. But of all the items, surprisingly my 2 favs are the everything bagel (sea salt & a crunchy perfection) w/ schmear & the veggie Reuben!! 👌
  • Andrew C.
    Andrew CarpenterDécembre 26, 2015
    Maybe I was high (on life) but this is one of the best damn bagel and lox I've ever had. Tastes like a sashimi party in ur mouf + baguls. Bloody Mary is ok but they need to chill on the pickle juice
  • Josh W.
    Josh WeissJuillet 6
    Emory area, nice patio. All the authentic deli classics, but the atmosphere is a notch above. Outstanding bloody marys & smoked salmon; matzoh ball soup worth taking home. Great lazy brunch spot.
  • Dustin
    DustinDécembre 28, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    great restaurant but don't forget to check out the attached deli where it's easy to grab a box of bagels & a few schmears or even a quick sandwich & matzah ball soup
  • Tatiana H.
    Tatiana HanDécembre 5, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    I highly recommend their Everything Bagel with Veggie Schmear, Black Car Cookies (or anything in their bakery), and their Pastrami Burger! Even their Veggie Reuben is fantastic!
  • Wendy D.
    Wendy DarlingNovembre 14, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 100 fois
    Beet and faro appetizer is insanely good. Includes oranges and small chiles. I had it with Hemmingway Daiquiri (rum, agave nectar, grapefruit) and it was a great match.
  • Melinda H.
    Melinda HegyiAoût 5, 2017
    I loved it very much! Had to wait quite a bit tho, I wish they took reservations for brunch. Overall a very good experience and will be back for sure <3
  • Marc
    MarcJanvier 4, 2016
    Eater "21 Essential Hamburgers of America" '15: serves 2 versions of burger. At lunch - "tamer version." At dinner, "frizzled pastrami, Gruyere, & caramelized onions appear" w/delightful results
  • Camden A.
    Camden ArmsbyNovembre 26, 2016
    The General Muir is fantastic. Get the potato latkes and the trout hash...delicious! Service is great too. Highly recommend for the best brunch in Atlanta
  • Steven D.
    Steven DenisonFévrier 3, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Great atmosphere and awesome food. I had the Hot Brown and a Bloody Mary. I am going to try the Poutine next time as it also looked very good!
  • Viranuj S.
    Viranuj SueblinvongAoût 8, 2017
    One of the best fried chicken in town. Only available on Friday. It can be hit or miss (one time it was over cooked) but more hit than miss.
    A voté pour il y a Il y a 3 semaines
  • Ellen S.
    Ellen S. P.Décembre 28, 2017
    Great for breakfast! They have a full service coffee station and their bagels and pastries are spectacular!
  • Karen L.
    Karen LinMai 30, 2017
    The bread basket is amazing! Highly recommended to get at brunch. My meal was on the saltier side, but I guess that is expected of a Jewish NY shop?
  • Jeff B.
    Jeff BuckleyJuillet 26
    Burger stack with pastrami, sliced liked bacon, on top!! O M G. Fantastic. Well worth the trip here.
  • Su Bin B.
    Su Bin BaekMai 28, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Try the chocolate almond macaroon!! It is huge, sweet, creamy and crunchy all at the same time! One bite= heaven
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Lunch and brunch attract large crowds and the eatery's no-reservation policy during these times can translate into long waits. En savoir plus
  • Beth M.
    Beth McMillanSeptembre 5, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    One of the best burgers I've had. Awesome service - Justin is the man. Life-changing ice cream sandwich that isn't necessarily on the menu!
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMai 27, 2014
    Always something great here. Be on the lookout for their frequent pop-ups and special one-night-only offerings.
  • Tyler L.
    Tyler LynchAoût 12, 2013
    Excellent service, incredible space & delicious food! The restaurant is open, clean & bright. Parking is easy as well.
  • Marcelo E.
    Marcelo EstradaFévrier 14, 2015
    Great place for Sunday brunch. Classic NY deli style restaurant with details down to the subway tiles. Try one of the house cocktails.
  • Kelly
    KellyAvril 6, 2015
    What an amazing place. The pastry basket! The poached eggs over grits! Great atmosphere and upbeat music playing in the background.
  • Kim M.
    Poutine is the Best. Rubin Sandwich is second favorite. Fresh Food, nice atmosphere for a family or group of friends. Highly Recommend.
  • Tatiana H.
    Tatiana HanFévrier 9, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    Don't forget the deli closes at 5:30 PM everyday on the dot! But feel free to sit & enjoy your coffee & baked goodies until restaurant closing time.
  • Creative Loafing Atlanta
    Breakfast offers delicate dishes like poached eggs served over grits alongside roasted mushrooms and toast sticks. En savoir plus
  • BillysBurgerBlog.com
    BillysBurgerBlog.comAvril 27, 2014
    The @thegeneralmuir's pastrami, pickle, russian dressing and gruyere double cheeseburger is awesome. #burgers
  • Dani B.
    Dani BoopMars 2, 2014
    The pastry basket is to die for! I went for brunch on a Saturday and it was probably the best burger I've had in my life.
  • Katy R.
    Katy RayIl y a 3 semaines
    Brunch is amazing here! Always splurge and get the assorted pastry basket and share with the table. You won’t be disappointed!
  • Heather
    HeatherAoût 18, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    If you're gluten free, the awesome folks here will let you bring your own bagel or bread and will use it to cook your meal.
  • Dave Z.
    Dave ZMai 18, 2013
    The fried chicken is very good, cooked with a very light and crisp breading, served with a honey-Tabasco dipping sauce and pickled veggies. A little pricey but worth a try.
  • Soowan P.
    Soowan ParkMai 6, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Cheesecake is a must. Very firm and rich. It goes along with reg coffee very well ♥
  • AJC
    AJCAvril 24, 2013
    You can count on the prune stuffed gnocchi in oxtail ragu with carrots and Brussels sprouts. En savoir plus
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableAoût 5, 2014
    This is an all-day destination any time of day--from the fantastic cinnamon rolls in the morning to the weekly brisket or fried chicken specials at night. En savoir plus
  • Bina E.
    Bina ESeptembre 15, 2013
    The food here is delicious! I had the Lower East Side platter which is enough for two. The trout salad was especially good.
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