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February 27, 2006
From journal Getaway to Atlanta
September 3, 2001
I found as an adult that the Sun Dial is a very expensive way to get a great view of the city. Guests of the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel and diners are able to ride to the top for free. For everyone else, there is a fee: $7.50 per adult, $4.00 per child.
After a look at the steak heavy menu, my family and I decided to order appetizers, desserts, and drinks. Without ordering a traditional dinner, we still managed to run up a bill topping $80. However, my son loved the revolving floor that rotated 360 degrees in less than an hour. The chocolate diet killer dessert was pretty yummy. While having fine dining prices, several families were enjoying meals; a childs' menu was available. And the Shirley Temples were still pretty darn good. Service was okay.
Bottom Line: The food here is pricey, but the view is memorable. I would say that this is a bit of a tourist trap, but even the local Atlantan will enjoy seeing the "city of trees" from a different perspective at least once.
From journal Atlanta Restaurants
by Steve S.
Kansas City, Missouri
March 11, 2001
From journal Visiting Atlanta
December 24, 2000
Our ride was free to the top, since we were guests at the hotel, but for those just wanting to sightsee, it is a $5 charge.
From journal Atlanta, home of the Braves