Just off of Mansell Road in Alpharetta is a restaurant that feels like it’s straight out of Buckhead; massive steaks, fresh seafood and a bar that’s always full of energy. This is a name you already know, and a restaurant you’ll love; This is Ray’s at Killer Creek.
Traditional Southern specialties take an ambitious step forward at Chef Jason Hill’s Inman Park eatery.
Ford Fry’s latest spot that has turned into the hottest table in Atlanta.
No surprises here, it’s fish on the menu, and there’s no mistaking the giant fish sculpture outside this legendary Buckhead eatery, whose building is based on a 1920s Savannah railroad station.
Nestled against the Chattahoochee River in Vinings is the legendary Canoe. Its riverside setting is unmatched in Atlanta.
Davios has the kind of timeless decor and ambiance you’d expect to find at a high-end steakhouse in any of America’s great dining cities.
Nestled off Cheshire Bridge road in the Morningside neighborhood, famed restauranteur Justin Anthony’s latest venture, Cape Dutch, takes a modern approach to South African cuisine.
This old-school chop house right off of West Paces Ferry has made itself a staple in Atlanta.
Power lunches, your face on the wall and the best Chicken Parm in Atlanta; what’s not to love at The Palm?
Just as its name indicates, 101 Steak is a chef-driven steakhouse serving the highest quality steaks and delicious seafood.
Atlanta is full of folks from the Northeast who have come down for warmer weather and greener pastures – including our own Steak Shapiro, who hails from Boston. But where can you find the flavors of New England in Atlanta? At C&S Chowder House in Roswell!
Located in Doraville, Jimmy’s Tequila and Carnes fuses Mexican food with the idea of a traditional steakhouse. As the name hints, this restaurant specializes in Tequila. In fact, they have co-branded a Tequila with the help of Tequila experts in Jalisco and Mexico City. Their menu consists of classic Mexican cuisine such as empanadas, nachos, and guacamole. However, they also have various steak and seafood options.
Kyma isn’t a modern Mediterranean seafood tavern. No, Kyma is more than that. It is a modern Mediterranean seafood experience; a celebration of Greek culture and cuisine.
The focus is on fresh seafood, a well-stocked raw bar, and classic prime steaks. Combine that with a menu that is formidable and spans the fare of the classic Manhattan steakhouse to that of a Parisian brasserie.
Alma Cocina brings a new approach to contemporary Latin and Mexican cuisine and a whole lot of spice to the heart of downtown Atlanta.
For a true taste of Italy, Sandy Springs’ Cibo E Beve, always hits the spot. Known for fresh ingredients, innovative flavor combinations, and an inviting ambiance, Cibo is perfect for date night, lunch meetings, and family dinners alike.
Lure: To attract or entice. By Merriam-Webster’s definition, Lure, Fifth Group Restaurants’ Midtown fish house, is aptly named.
With scrumptious seafood and killer cocktails, Drift Fish House and Oyster Bar is a can’t-miss dining destination for fresh ocean fare and an easy-breezy ambiance.
Right in the heart of downtown Atlanta lies a restaurant that is more like a tropical paradise! From Mai Tai’s to dishes prepared in woks & Chinese ovens to tiki memorabilia galore, Trader Vic’s has everything in place to put you in vacation mode!
Found in the heart of Roswell, Hugo’s Oyster Bar is the perfect destination for seafood and Cajun classics.