At Frank’s Family Restaurant, we pride ourselves on quality food and great service. Our culinary team has been with us for more than 20 years and has been the experience of being personally trained by Frank himself! We are a hands-on owner/operators. We were branded by our own locals as the “House of Prime Rib” as it’s one of our signature items and the best prime rib in the area, guaranteed. Ask about getting takeout or catering service to enjoy our delicious food any time.
Our guests love that when they come to Frank’s Family Restaurant, it really feels warm and cozy as if they were at a family dinner. Located between two gas stations people would be skeptical to try us out...we have become a landmark for locals and travelers and are the best hidden secret in the south metro Atlanta area and surrounding counties Coweta, Fayette and Fulton! We treat all of our guests with the utmost care and respect as we would any of our family members because everyone is our family here at Frank's! We offer great portions for money well spent here and no one can leave here hungry guaranteed! We have something for everyone of all ages! Seating capacity is around 120 to 150 people, and we recommend you make a reservation as they’re available up until 6:00 p.m. on the same evening. We specialize in large group events, specialty menus, banquets and caterings! Come to us or we can bring it to you!
Anyone with a military ID receives a 5% discount and members of emergecy response units in uniform receive 15%.
All of our customers are welcome to join us on Mondays to Fridays for "Early Bird" 3:00-5:00pm daily and "Happy Hour" 5:00-7:00pm daily. We also offer daily lunch and dinner specials, which change to give you the best variety with highest quality of ingredients possible. Currently, we hold very high ratings on sites such as TripAdvisor™, Yelp™, and Urbanspoon™ and won the Silver Spoon award four years in a row. The owner Frank has been a leading and successful businessman in the industry for over 50 years and a flag was flown in his honor at the US Capitol on May 12, 1999.