By Neal McSpadden
The first impression that you get upon walking into Soho restaurant in Vinings is warm and welcoming. It is no accident that Soho is the neighborhood destination for the Vinings crowd that wants good food and friendly company. While I was there, I saw several people walk into the bar area and run into friends already there.
One of the unique things about Soho is their menu. Every restaurant says their menu is special, but in Soho’s case it is actually true. It’s unique in the sense that there is something for everybody.
The picky eater who wants his food prepared only one way can choose from burgers, sliders, fish, and chicken with standard side items, while the adventurous eater who is up for anything has Wagyu beef carpaccio and elk tenderloin as selections.
My favorite was the southern fried quail. It is close enough to a typical fried chicken to please the picky eater, while at the same time it has a hint of spice and that slightly different flavor of the game bird to interest the adventurous eater.
Soho might be the perfect destination for your party when you want something that will please everyone and still be fantastic.