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The Red Hen

5310 Windward Pkwy., Alpharetta, GA, 30004
(678) 297-0200

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Restaurant Details
$ ($0 - $14)
Price
Kid Friendly, Fun
Atmosphere
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Hours
Breakfast and Lunch 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily.
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Location & Nearby Info
The Red Hen
5310 Windward Pkwy.
Alpharetta, GA 30004
(678) 297-0200
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Reviews & Comments
CRITICS REVIEWS
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(no rating) 03/02/2010 - accessAtlanta - Bob Townsend

Owner/partners, manager David Rutledge and chef Jason Meinhardt, met while working at Flying Biscuit Cafe in Candler Park. That background is apparent in the multitude of egg dishes on the menu — from eggs any style to omelets and the likes of Eggs Josephine and Eggs Benedict. But the selection of salads, burgers and sandwiches conjures Atlanta’s Thumbs Up Diner.

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USER REVIEWS
Feb 16, 2010 - daviddrut
Mr. ED

I went to the Red Hen on the word of a co-worker. I go to breakfast every Sunday morning with my family before going to church, but we have grown tired of the overpriced or chain restaurants offering breakfast. So we tried The Red Hen. I had the Eggs and Hash. It was the best hash I have had in a very long time. Being from New York I can not say it is the best, but very close. My wife had the Eggs Benedict. She enjoyed it very much. My son who for anyone with a 3 year knows is hard to please, but he was more than satisfied with the Kids PAncake. The coffee was fresh and tasty. The staff was friendly and the atmosphere very cozy.

Jan 15, 2010 - nametagman
love food

This restaurant is the poorest excuse for the breakfast meal.

We started off with coffee. It tasted like it was diluted to stretch and save money on the product as it was very weak.

Our eggs were made by a cook either who couldn't read or understand what the server wrote on the ticket.

I had what was supposed to be eggs benedict, but turned out to be two fried eggs on a dry English muffin with some store bought hollandaise sauce. My guest had scrambled eggs with cheese (what cheese ??) and home fries which were dried out and a couple of days old. I had some fruit which was way too early to be picked.

As a whole for a new dining breakfast experience, I am going elsewhere where the food will be much better, cooked the way I like it, with fresher ingreidients, and cheaper with faster service without hard rock music.

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