Who said fine dining can’t be casual? At Hook Line & Schooner you can slurp your oysters and wear your jeans. Choose to enjoy your meal in the casual dining area, or outside on the patio to pair the fresh air with the fresh food.
Downtown Woodstock has a fresh new spot – in more ways than one – with Canyon’s! Serving incredible fresh products in an American style menu, Canyons locally sources everything for a mouthwatering meal in an incredibly lively environment. They use Angus beef on all their incredible burger options, but they have great selections for those looking for something on the lighter side, including a mushroom portobello meatless burger and delicious salads. Whether you’re walking up to their window for a burger on the goal, or hanging out on the patio during a beautiful downtown Woodstock day, you’ve gotta head to Canyon’s!
Skip the regular sports bar and head to a restaurant with a beautiful view – dozens of tv’s with sports, a modern take on made from scratch bar food, and the friendliest servers in town. It’s all at Twin Peaks which is making mouthwatering comfort food in its incredible sports lodge setting. Plus, they’ve got their curbside situation running like the busiest ski lift on the mountain. Head to Twin Peaks today to taste or order some of the delicious dishes below.
Burgers, Cheesesteaks and Buffalo bites – Envegan brings all of your classic, indulgent flavors to you with an all vegan menu! Their buffalo cauliflower has become a favorite of folks who visit the restaurant regularly, but anything on the menu is incredible.
It’s only fitting that the national fast food fried chicken sandwich wars have also played out on the local level at Atlanta’s restaurants. With a city packed full of so many talented restaurateurs, it’s pretty much inevitable that there have been some mean chicken sandwiches created all over ATL. Here are some of our favorites–let us know on social media if we missed out on any of your favorites!
We’ve launched a new digital show called “The Mix” featuring fantastic, creative, yet easy drink recipes that you can make at home! Check out this Charred Blood Orange Whiskey Sour recipe, a favorite amongst whiskey lovers and non-whisky lovers alike. The cocktail is made with Gentleman Jack Tennessee Whiskey from Jack Daniels, which is filtered twice through sugar maple charcoal – once before it goes into the cask and once before it goes into the bottle. This makes the spirit “Double Mellowed,” much like our new hosts (Atlanta Eats’ Julie Smith and mixologist Phil Armijo) might be after having a couple of these delicious whiskey sours.
Bring on the Bourbon! We’re making an Urban Bourbon Manhattan recipe on this episode of the Mix, all while learning about Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail and history. Luckily, we have Louisville native Julie Smith to walk us through a bourbon flight, tell us all about her hometown (including details about a ghost named Willie) and why Carrie Nation gets a shoutout on the All Nations Bourbon bottle. Watch for a step by step guide to making the Manhattan – full recipe below!
Bourbon gets a hit of tartness and citrus in this Woodford Spire Recipe, official drink of the Kentucky Derby. Made with Woodford Reserve, which is also the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby, this drink is a perfect mix of sweet, sour and smoky spice for day drinking.
We have a Whiskey Irish Mule recipe for you this week from The Mix, and it’s so simple you have no excuse not to make it at home. With a simple mix of Slane Irish Whiskey and Fever-Tree Ginger Beer, this Whiskey Irish Mule is the perfect drink for your upcoming spring and summer get togethers. It’s best served in a copper mule mug with ice to amplify that incredible effervescence, and garnished with lime and mint. Get to mixing by reading the recipe below!
In Buckhead, we all know a Happy Hour can extend its way into dinner, and Agency Socialtheque at Phipps Plaza was created exactly with that scenario in mind. Owner Ryan Glover and chef Robbie Burton have created a mouthwatering menu with comfort food classics up and down the list.
Big Oak Tavern in Roswell is a delicious family and neighborhood gathering spot, with aims to set up roots as long as the 100 year old oak tree that stands in front of it.
When you can smell smoke driving in…when the line is out the door…when the sides are simmering all day – you know you’re at a good BBQ spot. Delta employees and Hapeville residents have been coming to Pit Boss BBQ for years for some of the best smoked wings, ribs and brisket anywhere!
Authentic Caribbean cuisine that makes you feel like you’re on vacation in the Islands, Chef Rob’s Caribbean Cafe and Upscale Lounge’s got it all: delicious food, a comfortable environment & a lounge for great nightlife!
Casa Grande makes Marietta’s best margaritas – and the plates are grande, too. Whether you’re there for sizzling fajitas, incredible quesadillas, or homemade guacamole at the table – every meal at Casa Grande is delicioso!
Traditional Thai cuisine in a modern, sexy setting is what you’ll find at Chai Yo. Tucked away in Buckhead, it’s the perfect spot for a work date or a date date.
When you’re wondering what’s for dinner, wings always win. And between their delicious spices and mouthwatering sauces, Hoots can deliver thousands of different flavor combinations for your wing order.
The perfect lunch – soup or salad, a delicious sandwich, and maybe a cookie for dessert. Farm to Ladle brings you the freshest version of that lunch every day, consistently with their fresh ingredients, focus on healthy fare and beautiful interiors at The Avalon and Ponce City Market.
If you’re looking for where everyone is in Hogansville or LaGrange, chances are they’re at Karvella’s. These town center pizza places come together thanks to the Karvela family.
How does Atlanta stack up as a pizza city? While we are not going to be confused with New York or for that matter Boston or Chicago we do have a lot to be proud of and keep getting better which is why compiling this list was not easy but it is indeed what I am paid to do….I give you then: The Top Eight Pizza Places in Atlanta (with three honorable mention) in alphabetical order of course.
In twenty-five years of talking food and restaurants in Atlanta, there is one conversation where the passion runs the deepest…..WINGS. All shapes and sizes, all flavors, ethnic origins and cultural backgrounds, and I have finally landed on perhaps the most important list ever created. I give you the wing spots that must be visited to truly understand how we are the wing capital of the world. In alphabetical order I give you my top 11 wing spots in Atlanta.
More often than than not, when someone asks me “What are you in the mood for?”–and I get asked that a lot–it’s hard to envision anything I will enjoy more than a medium rare cheeseburger with the freshest bun and various fresh toppings accompanying them. I LOVE BURGERS, I crave them, I think of them constantly, they make me happy. So it is now time to put my own burger list out in the universe……I give you the Top Ten Burgers That Matter Most in My Life Right Now.
Okay, so I’m kinda proud of being dubbed the “Food Guy of Atlanta” and I get asked by folks near and far, what is it Atlanta is truly known for from a dining perspective? In essence, what does Atlanta do best? I have a lot of answers to that question but one of those has to be we have kick-ass BBQ, and it only keeps getting better.