Not As Kid Friendly As We Thought.
We went to CPK with six including our baby. We told the hostess we would need a high chair. We waited for a large booth because they couldn't break up the available tables. After 30 minutes a booth became available, but we were informed we could not use a high chair b/c its a fire hazard in the aisle. All of the large booths open to aisles, so we had to wait for smaller tables. At this point the restaurant was very crowded. After 50 minutes we finally decided to leave. The manager offered us a gift certificate, as we were halfway out the door. Since our baby was starving we declined and decied to get him fed ASAP. I loved CPK in Atlanta and thought it was a good family place, at Southpoint it seems they are more interested in numbers than service.
Good Pre-Movie Pizza.
Went here for the first time a few nights ago--we just wanted to grab a quick bite before a movie, and I was pleasantly surprised. The restaurant is bright and open, and the service was quick even though the restaurant was busy. Great pizza variety, as well.