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Three Blind Mice

1066 Killian Hill Rd., Ste. 101 (Five Forks Trickum Rd.) Send to Phone
770-696-4139 | Menu
A retail wine shop and a great beer list enhance a fine suburban dining opportunity.

Lunch Tues.-Sat., Dinner Tues.-Sun., Brunch Sun., Bar 3 p.m.-5 p.m. & after dinner

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Three Blind Mice Restaurant Review

: Owned and operated by three local families, Three Blind Mice, founded in 2010, is known in the area by its initials --- TBM. In addition to the restaurant and lovely bar, the place also operates an adjacent retail wine shop. The fairly global wine list notes a variety of options, and good glassware enhances their presentation. Check out the extensive beer list, too. Wine tasting experiences and Tuesday night's half-off library wines special add to the offerings. Lunch features freshly made salads and sandwiches. Soups vary, but whatever the selection, it's likely to please. We enjoy a starter of tuna tataki with a crunchy Asian slaw and a bit of wasabi and ponzu sauce. Calamari was competently prepared but lacked tentacles. Prices for mains stay slightly under $30, and in that league try the skillfully grilled (that is, still glistening) scallops with a celery root cream. Desserts range through a lineup of familiar fare, including sticky toffee pudding; an artisanal cheese board with embellishments is available. This is a great date night spot as well as a fine location for after-work and fun time with friends.


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