The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Jon Watson calls Three Sheets sexy and luxurious, and states that, for suburban partygoers who are looking for a lounge-type experience, this is the place to be. But that might be the only reason to go, because as Watson puts it, "there is little about the food or cocktails that should make you reconsider a drive into town for dinner." He recommends a few things, namely the Angus slider and the grilled cheese sandwich, but calls most of the menu mediocre, phoned-in, or forgettable, saying that nothing stands out. The dishes here are ones that Atlantans have had before.
THE ELSEWHERE AND THE BLOGS: Creative Loafing reviews the now-closed Swit Bakery and Cafe and has a first meal at Bell Street Burritos, Bella Vivere goes to Duluth's Taqueria el Dorado and Southern Art, Restaurants ATL is impressed with Hammocks Trading Company, Food Near Snellville recommends Sichuan dishes at Fung Mei, John Kessler discovers bo bia at Nam Phuong, Hot Dish Review gets a late, late dinner at the Highlander, Breslanta gets comfy at South City Kitchen Vinings, ATL Restaurant Blog reviews Yebo, and Insatiable Hope does as well.