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Park 75 Restaurant Restaurant Review: With good proximity to Atlanta's major arts center and other performance venues, Park 75, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta's only restaurant, makes a good choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and especially for pre-theater. Its bar, the Park 75 Lounge, is an oasis of calm in a bustling sea of activity outside. Connecting the restaurant and the bar is the Terrace Bar, where special wine tastings often are scheduled and where patrons may elect to enjoy lunch. A tranquil, contemporary space, Park 75 maintains a sense of elegance and dignity. During the day, sunlight streams through three floor-to-ceiling windows, illuminating white columns. In the evening, linens and candlelight transform the airy dining room into a cozy space. Executive chef Robert Gerstenecker, who grew up on a farm in Canada, crafts a menu that rigorously respects the seasons. Dinner may start with an intriguing amuse-bouche, and proceed with seasonal and regional favorites. Regional specialties, such as shrimp and grits, rise to new levels, as South Carolina's Anson Mills stone ground grits are the house choice. Top quality prime ingredients include American Wagyu "Kobe" beef, Berkshire pork and Nantucket scallops, for example. The cheese course focuses on artisanal American and European selections. Brunch is one of the city's most elegant experiences. Despite a rosé gap, the wine list reprises the planet's oenological largesse.