Miso Izakaya

619 Edgewood Ave. SE AltantaGA30312
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Izakaya literally means "stay sake shop." They were traditionally down-to-earth places where men drank sake and beer after work--essentially a Japanese-style tavern. As in Japan, we offer a comfortable style of dining centered around sharable plates and a variety of drinks, including sake, shochu, beer and cocktails. Our food changes seasonally, adhering to fundamentals of Japanese food while...
by opentable on February 15, 2017 from opentable

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Cozy Japanese fusion in a hipster part of town.
by Citysearch on December 25, 2013 from Citysearch
Lodged in a stylish, industrial space in the back of Atlanta’s Inman Park neighborhood, Miso Izakaya is a gastropub that slings creative Japanese small plates, sushi, and shochu cocktails. And not surprisingly, they draw a festive crowd that’s looking for action; be it on a date, or with a group. Basics like miso soup and California rolls provide safe options, but skip the mundane and opt for this izakaya’s inventive, sharable plates. Pillow-y perfect duck buns are a must-try; their lively combination of duck, star anise jus, scallions and hoisin often leaves diners with “OMG” expressions...
by Citysearch on December 25, 2013 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

The 38 Essential Atlanta Restaurants, January '14:
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by eater on January 07, 2014 from eater
Industry Experts on the Top Restaurant Standbys of 2013:
Austin Louis Ray, writer:
I probably ate at Wrecking Bar more than anywhere else this year. Bob Sandage is making some of the best beers in Georgia, so it's been fun to see the brewpub step up its food game this year. Former Farm Burger chef Terry Koval does some magnificent things, both with meat (get the three pigs skillet) and veggies (go on Tuesday for the non-meat specials).

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by eater on December 26, 2013 from eater
Chef-owner Guy Wong, still in his 20s, is a study in cultural integration. He grew up in Sandy Springs, and graduated high school in suburban Atlanta. He went off to Japan to study cuisine, and brought back to Atlanta the concept of the… Read More
by ezlocal on December 09, 2013 from ezlocal
Miso Izakaya Restaurant Review:
Exemplifying cultural integration, chef-owner Guy Wong grew up in Sandy Springs, graduated high school in suburban Atlanta, and studied culinary arts in Japan. Returning to Atlanta, Wong brought with him the concept of the izakaya, a type of Japanese pub where small plates, convivial after-work conversation and drinks are the bill of fare. Pair some sushi with saké and cocktails based on...
by gayot on November 23, 2013 from gayot

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Izakaya literally means "stay sake shop." They were traditionally down-to-earth places where men drank sake and beer after work--essentially a Japanese-style tavern. As in Japan, we offer a comfortable style of dining centered around sharable plates and a variety of drinks, including sake, shochu, beer and cocktails. Our food changes seasonally, adhering to fundamentals of Japanese food while...
by yahoolocal on November 11, 2015 from yahoolocal