Announcement: Limited-Time Dinner Special

Announcement: Limited-Time Dinner Special

Here's the Beef: We are serving a 12 oz Wagyu Beef New York Strip Steak with Truffle Mashed Potatoes and Asparagus, as a dinner special, priced at just $45. The special will be available tonight (June 13), tomorrow (Thursday), and Friday night, as long as supply lasts. Don't miss out on this limited time offer. Perhaps pair it with one of our new and featured summer beer and wine selections. Bon appétit!

New & Featured Summer Adult Beverage Selections

New & Featured Summer Adult Beverage Selections

Beat the heat with some refreshing new and featured adult beverage selections this Summer! Here are our picks for some don't-miss beers and wines. Their crisp bodies, seasonal flavors, and light finishes won't weigh you down. 

Summer Red Wine Tip: slightly chill Red Wines to get them to their optimal 50 to 55-degree temperature. We'll be glad to bring over an ice bucket to chill your Red!


Second Self Triforce IPA locally Brewed in Atlanta

This Atlanta hazy IPA boasts “a hoppy aroma and flavors of papaya, mango, and other tropical flavors.”

Scofflaw POG Basement locally Brewed in Atlanta

Another popular Atlanta Brew described as “Hazy golden orange with tropical notes of passion fruit and a nice Citra hop backbone.”

Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc from The French Alsace

A European Lager with wonderful citrus flavors and a sweet malty finish. Much less of the bitter hops finish than the IPA’s.

Paulaner Hefe Weizen from Munich

Direct from Munich, Paulaner brings us a traditional German Wheat Beer with a refreshing yeasty flavor.


Villa Sandi Prosecco from Italy

What’s better in summer than bubbles?

Rose from the Provence Fleurs de Prairie

Just sip this crisp French Rose and imagine you are on the Riviera enjoying a little sun.

Dr. L Riesling from Germany

This semi-sweet German Riesling provides excellent flavor and acidity with less alcohol.


Les Violettes Coted Du Rhone

A refreshing spicy taste, and we love the name!

Petit Pinotage from South Africa

A wine with good fruit flavors and a soft rich finish; and, once again, we like the name!

Purple Malbec from France

This classic Bordeaux Grape produces a delicate fruit-forward taste with a pleasant finish.

Closed on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28th

Closed on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28th

To allow our staff some time off to enjoy the Memorial Day holiday, we will be closed all day and night on Monday, May 28th. We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience this might cause. We will be open regular hours for lunch and dinner on Tuesday, May 29th. Have a safe and happy holiday, and thank you to all our men and women in the military who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country!

Mother's Day Special Menu Served All Day Sunday, May 13

Mother's Day Special Menu Served All Day Sunday, May 13

On Mother's Day, Sunday, May 13, we're serving a special four-course holiday menu, all day long! From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., enjoy a prix-fixemenu featuring a choice of each of hot soup, fresh salad, gourmet entree, and decadent dessert, for just $44.95 per person. (NOTE: We will not be serving our regular lunch and dinner menus on this day.) We'll also offer a special three-course children's menu featuring a fruit cup, choice of entree (chicken fingers or grilled cheese with French fries, or spaghetti with marinara or butter and parmesan), and an ice cream sundae, for just $9.95 per person. Reservations are strongly suggested at 404-634-6268.

In the past, we’ve always offered a special Sunday Brunch on Mother’s Day. This year, we decided that we wanted to serve up the opportunity to pamper Mom all day long with a hot, gourmet meal that she wouldn’t have to cook (or clean) herself. We are excited to see the families we have grown up with during our 43 years in business, as well as some new ones who have found us in our new home in the past year, for brunch or dinner, this year!

Savory soup choices include: Creamy Potato Leek Soup or rich Lobster Bisque.

Crisp salad selections include: Salade Alsacienne with spinach, apples, grapes, walnuts, and gruyere cheese all tossed in pear vinaigrette or Petite Violette Mixed Greens Salad topped with almonds, tomato, sharp cheddar, bacon, avocado, and chipotle ranch dressing.  

Featured entrees are: Seared Jumbo Scallops, grilled Rack of Lamb, gulf Jumbo Shrimp and Grits, the famous Beef Wellington, Blackened Salmon, prime Delmonico Steak, French favorite Coq au Vin, and Escalopes de Veau (pan seared veal scaloppini over spinach ravioli).

Rice, potatoes, or grits and asparagus accompany most entrees.

Decadent dessert options top off the meal. They are: award-winning New Orleans Chocolate Bread Pudding, classic Crème Brulee, “Chocolate Chocolate” Cake (flourless chocolate cake), Strawberries a la Romanoff, and Tarte aux Pommes (house made apple tart).

Second Date added for Dinner and a Diva: Carmen (May 15 and 21)

Second Date added for Dinner and a Diva: Carmen (May 15 and 21)

Our next Dinner and a Diva is on Tuesday evening, May 15, with an encore performance on Monday, May 21, featuring highlights from Georges Bizet's popular opera Carmen.  Heather Witt and Amanda Perera, mezzo-sopranos; Melanie Burbules, soprano; Joseph McBrayer, tenor; and, Gus Godbee, baritone will tell the story of a naive soldier who falls for the charms of a fiery gypsy and then loses her to a glamorous toreador. Our singers will be accompanied by Catherine Giel, Capitol City Opera’s music director. 

When Carmen was first performed at the Opéra-Comique in Paris, on March 3, 1875, it was not a particularly well received. Critics panned it, in large measure because they were not accustomed to seeing the lives of the common folk, much less the world of gypsies, smugglers, deserters, factory workers, and other ne’er-do-wells given center stage .

The opera's initial run was 36 performances. However, before the run was concluded Bizet, who was 36-years-old and suffered with a heart condition, died suddenly. He died convinced he had written the greatest failure in the history of opera. History would prove him wrong!

Over the years the music of Carmen has been widely acclaimed for the brilliance of the melody, harmony, atmosphere and orchestration, and for the skill with which Bizet crafted the music to capture the emotions and suffering of his characters. It is the source of many memorable and widely recognized songs, notably those known by the popular names “Toréador Song” and “Habanera.”

The dinner includes a sampling of premium hors d’ oeuvres, fresh salad, choice of two gourmet entrees, decadent dessert, hot coffee/tea, and two glasses of fine wine, for only $60 per person (tax included; gratuity separate). The performers from the Capitol City Opera Company sing between each course. The evening begins at 6:15 p.m. with a cash bar and hors d’oeuvres reception; dinner and performance start promptly at 7 p.m. Reservations are required. Please call 404-634-6268.

A big thank you to Karen Steinberg, for sponsoring this Dinner and a Diva!  

Dinner and a Diva: Rigoletto

Dinner and a Diva: Rigoletto

Join us on Tuesday, April 17th, at 6:15 p.m., for our next Dinner and a Diva event featuring Giuseppe Verdi's Rigoletto, one of the most-performed operas world-wide, according to Operabase. Considered by many to be the first of Verdi's mid-to-late career operatic masterpieces, Rigoletto is based on Victor Hugo’s play, "Le roi s'amuse."  

Verdi completed his composition only about a month before it premiered on March 11, 1851, in front of a sold out La Fenice opera house, in Venice. In an interesting side note, the opening night performance of Rigoletto was the first of a double bill which also featured Giacomo Panizza's ballet Faust.

So make your plans now to join us to hear Capitol City Opera cast members Bree Nichols, soprano; Heather Witt, mezzo-soprano; Jason Nichols, tenor; Jadrian Tarver, baritone; and Allen Michael, bass; bring you highlights from Verdi's Rigoletto. The company's music director and pianist Catherine Giel will be their accompanist for the evening.

The dinner includes a sampling of premium hors d’ oeuvres, fresh salad, choice of two gourmet entrees, decadent dessert, hot coffee/tea, and two glasses of fine wine, for only $60 per person (tax included; gratuity separate). Reservations are required. Please call 404-634-6268.

And a big thank you to the Opera Ya'll Meetup Group for their sponsorship of this April Dinner and a Diva evening!