Service (Miss T) and food were both very enjoyable— food is sourced locally and Chef Karen is committed to the community as well as providing local, reasonably price food.
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This restaurant has the uniqueness ok cook a lot of dishes with sweet potato, the meals are delicious and has home made flavor. A great place for dinner or have lunch. Maybe the service can improve a little bit as the waitress sometimes can get...More
I accidentally stumbled on Sweet Potato Cafe while taking a walk on Stone Mountain's Main Street. And I'm very glad I did! The service was great, and there was something special about the atmosphere, which was quaint but well-kept. But the most important part is...More
I went to this restaurant the setting is like ancient country style there is a table that is made like what you would call a ironing board the heat is coming from an old looking heater and a fire place in the dining area all...More
Went to Stone Mountain for a girls hiking trip and we tried Sweet Potato for lunch as we stopped into the town visitor center who referred us.. The food was just ok.. The service was the worst! It took a hour to get 2 sandwiches....More
A little slow but everything made fresh and well worth it. The staff was understanding of the children with us and we ate very well.
Had heard about Sweet Potato Cafe from a friend a while ago.. had forgotten about it since we don't get into Stone Mountain Village very often. What a great restaurant!! We were greeted warmly and seated immediately. The room, its lighting, photographs and music invite...More
My husband and I visited this place for our anniversary lunch and it was an amazing experience. I adored the atmosphere, quaint and intimate. The food is AMAZING and the service was GREAT!! Will come back, so glad we found this place.