Bringing a "novel social experience" to Buckhead that not even your Eat, Pray, Love book club membership can match, Modern is a sprawling spread of old-fashioned clubhouse cool mixed with mod sophistication, meaning very long gold/red banquettes, floor-to-ceiling windows that access the 60-seat patio, and a variety of private dining possibilities, because it sucks being around other people who eat.
Start out with grilled Carolina quail and pastas such as braised short rib orecchiette, then get to proteinaceous mains from a 20oz bone-in rib eye, to sous vide pork belly w/ apple confit, sherry-maple reduction & Tuscan kale, so hold that over your head and say "look, I'm under the Tuscan, son!". Actually, never do that. If you don't want to make people jealous because you're wearing No Fear and they're not, you've got three privacy-laden options: the 12-man, dining room-overlooking Outlook booths, a 20-seat chef's table with an unpredictable prix-fixe, or the Rosie Perez-pleasing Vista, which sits behind "sheer privacy panels for enhanced intimacy"
Another way to enhance intimacy? 18 bottled beers (Innis & Gunn, Delirium), and 'tails like the Nolet gin/ Merlet Crème de Peche/ fresh lemon "A Dutchman in Georgia" -- which, considering the crew you're hanging out with in these private dining rooms, seems like a pretty novel experience itself.