THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Shula's 347 Grill
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Shula's 347 Grill Restaurant Review: Following an expensive ($70 million) re-branding of the Sheraton at Lenox Square, the property became the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center. The hotel‘s main restaurant is a unit of Shula's 347 Grill, named for Don Shula, now-retired coach of the Miami Dolphins. A treat for the eyes, the restaurant is finished with Brazilian cherry floors, lovely lighting, pigskin wall surfaces affixed with hobnail heads, and well-spaced tables. Large-screen TVs are understandably locked onto sports events. This is chiefly a steak operation, with seafood, fish, chicken and vegetarian options. Besides steaks, small plates have been added to the menu, with such dishes as chicken teriyaki on skewers and buffalo shrimp. Wild mushroom ravioli arrive on a beurre blanc with spinach and roasted tomatoes. Caesar salad is acceptably accomplished, but the crème brûlée seems more like pudding than custard. The wine list roams the planet, and offers many familiar choices by the glass.