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Restaurants & Bars

Alpharetta, GA

Milt | Jan 25, 200308:34 PM    

Last night we decided to try a new restaurant. I have read several positive reviews in print, but don't recall having seen any posts here. Alpha Soda is in the Alpharetta Crossing Shopping Center at 11760 Haynes Bridge Road, near the old downtown area of Alpharetta.

We were both very pleased with our meals. My wife had Parmesan Dusted Grouper served on a bed of risotto and I had a pasta dish, whose exact name I have forgotten. It was very similar to several others I have had around Atlanta. It was a bed of spaghetti-like pasta with a sauce and shrimp, scallops and mussels. The sweet tea was very much to my liking.

The menu offered several other options which also sounded very good - pot roast and rack of lamb, among others. Two men across from us had tasty looking vegetable plates.

No wait for a table at 7:30pm on a Friday evening. Tables were still available when we left about 8:30. Total cost pre-tip was $31.21 for the two of us.

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