MAYA Steak, only open for about two months in Sandy Springs, took the place of the short-lived Seabass Kitchen. The restaurant is completely revamped from it’s former decor, with the bright blue tile replaced by lovely reclaimed wood. The dark and cozy ambience lends itself to intimate date nights or catching up with a few friends over a bottle of wine.
Speaking of wine, that’s reason enough to visit MAYA, with over 40 wines by the glass, all chosen by MAYA’s owner. A Tempranillo, suggested by our server, was surprisingly light bodied and went well with seafood appetizers. But a spicy Zinfandel was the perfect match for my ribeye.
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