Baroni Italian Restaurant Set To Open In Midtown [Openings]

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The owners of Baraonda are expanding their mini-empire with the opening of a new Italian restaurant on the north side of Midtown.  The still cooking Barona is set to open in Brookwood Place (1745 Peachtree St. Atlanta, GA 30309) in the space vacated by Wolfgang Puck’s.

The restaurant group made some waves last year when they shuttered Bazzaar Lounge in favor of Publik Social House.  Then, earlier this month, they shut down Enoteca Carbonari in order to expand Baraonda (the new adjunct is named Baraonda’s Wine Room).

There isn’t a whole lot known of Barona at this time, however, a few things are out there.  There’s no fixed opening date on the map, but late April to Mid-may have been tossed around.  The vibe will definitely be that of a neighborhood trattoria, with pizzas, pastas, and a handful of traditional Italian options available.

 

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  1. WORST EXPERIENCE EVER. IF YOU ARE A BUSINESS AROUND BARONI DO NOT GO THERE FOR LUNCH DINNER, ANYTHING! WE WAITED OVER AN HOUR. WE HAD A SERVER WHO JUST KEPT LYING AND LYING ABOUT OUR FOOD COMING OUT. JUST BE HONEST. 70% OF CUSTOMERS HAVE DONE YOUR PATHETIC JOB AT LEAST ONCE. THE OWNERS WERE TOO SCARED TO EVEN COME TO OUR TABLE. THEY OBVIOUSLY DON’T CARE ABOUT THEIR CUSTOMERS. WE WALKED OUT AND NOT ONE MANAGER, OWNER – NO ONE STOPPED US. OUR SERVER WAS LIKE, “WELL, I’M SORRY” DUH. WTF. ARE YOU SERIOUS? THE HOSTESS SAID HAVE A NICE DAY. A NICE DAY. WE WAITED OVER AN HOUR FOR THREE ENTREES. THE ENTIRE PATIO GOT SERVED, ATE AND PAID AND WE NEVER GOT ANYTHING. OUR SERVER WAS A LIAR, FAKE AND PATHETIC. VERY SURPRISED THE OWNER DIDN’T EVEN STOP AND SAY SORRY OR OFFER TO BOX UP OUR FOOD OR EXPEDITE IT. WHICH IT SHOULD’VE BEEN EXPEDITED AFTER THE FIRST 45 MINUTES. THAT PLACE WON’T MAKE IT.
    SPEND YOUR (TWO HOUR) LUNCH SOMEWHERE ELSE, WITH WAY BETTER FOOD AND SERVICE.

  2. It”s very obvious that the person who paid for this website and the “first responder”(sorry for the quotes but credit is due) are good friends, if not the same person.

    But of course we are all entitled to our own uninfluenced opinion.

    I have personally eaten at Baroni on four separate occasions and have enjoyed every meal. They have the classic Baraonda menu with a daily special concocted by one of their on staff chefs who aim to please the taste buds of anyone who dares to question their inability or unoriginality.

    Please don’t place a bet on my advice, but check it out yourself and leave a comment here so there can be a “diablog” not a monologue.

    Honestly Sane

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