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101 Steak Does Beef Right, Earns Two Stars

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Exterior view of 101 Steak. 101 Steak/Official

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Wyatt Williams reviews 101 Steak, the recently opened Vinings steakhouse from the team behind Civo e Beve and Meehan’s Public House. Williams assigns a rating of two out of four stars, and despite some inconsistencies on the menu and with service, he says the beef does not disappoint.

So, what do you get for all that cash? The prime meat here is as decadently marbled as one could want, largely sourced from the Illinois distributor Meats by Linz (who happens to supply a number of other steakhouses in Atlanta, not to mention the rest of the country). ... Aside from a plate of lamb chop lollipops that arrived well done on the ends and blue in the center, the kitchen here consistently delivers precisely cooked meat.

THE ELSEWHERE AND THE BLOGS: The AJC’s Elizabeth Lenhard says Ton Ton, Guy Wong’s new ramen shop, is a worthy addition to Ponce City Market. Creative Loafing’s Brad Kaplan says B’s Cracklin’ Barbeque is unlike any other smokehouse in Atlanta. Fried Chicken Lips thinks the atmosphere outshines the ramen at Nexto. Atlanta Restaurant Blog likes the Ethiopian fare at Desta. Bella Vivere says 5Church does an amazing job across the board. Friday Date Night thinks Drift Fish House is a reason to stay OTP.

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