Welcome to Grace 1720, located in the heart of Peachtree Corners. You can find them at 5155 Peachtree Pkwy, Suite 320 Peachtree Corners, GA 30092. Looking for a unique dining experience, well Grace is the place to be. From the wide variety of exquisite wines, to the elaborate menu, there is something for everyone. Over 14 years ago, Grace came into fruition. Head into the restaurant and immediately get an old world Italian feel. The amazing patio has a fire pit as well as a running fountain straight from the Piatza’s of Rome. Find yourself smelling the fresh rosemary that’s growing in the garden there.
Whether you are a carnivore, love seafood, or you just want to keep it a veggie thing, Grace has something for everyone. Take a look at the wine menu and you will find a wide variety of red’s, whites, and rosé’s that are sparkling, or you might be interested in having a port or sherry with desert.
I am here for a blogger event and we are having dinner in a private room just off of the main dining area. This room is great for small dinner parties. Our server Gregg was amazing. He introduced a Charcuterie board with a variety of cheeses, breads, nuts as well as a wonderful orange marmalade
It is now time to move onto yet another starter dish which would consist of a focaccia, warmed brie, turkey, and a peppered jelly, all assembled together. Not a dish for me due to the turkey, but from the sounds of my fellow bloggers, the sandwich was delectable. The Beet Salad was something that I was a little afraid to try. My grandmother would make me eat Beets as a child and they would give me the impression of eating the earth (dirt)….. But now that the dynamics have changed in my adult life and my palate is different, I decide that I am going to try the Beet salad and to my surprise, it’s not bad at all. A Caprese Salad was delivered to our table all decked out in fresh basil and a balsamic vinegar.
Time to move onto entré’s. We start with a Risotto that has chicken and one without, Pasta with Smoked Salmon and freshly shaved parmesan, and the vegan Coconut Kale Quinoa dish. All of the above were so delicious and fresh. I will definitely be back soon for more.
Oh and is there more? It’s time for desert. Flourless Chocolate cake and Créme Brulé, paired with a Sherry. WOW! what a decadent cake that loves this Sherry, what a great pair.
Let’s not forget about the wonderful wines that were paired with everything that we had a chance to relish in
I would like to thank Grace 1720 for an amazing night of delectable dishes and tasty wines.
I would also like to thank the owner Ms. Gail Johnson for allowing the General Manager Mr. Kevin Gardner to put this together for us.
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and while your’e at it look for their Boos and Brews event coming up on October 25th at 7 pm
Disclosure: this post was written with my own words. I was not paid to write it and no one influenced my opinion….
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