The Marietta Diner wants to make sure you never leave hungry. With enormous portions and 24 hour a day service, you can get breakfast, lunch, and dinner – and pretty much anything else you want – from the diner.
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.
In a City that’s always hustling and looking to the future, going to Cafe Intermezzo is like traveling through space and time to an old European cafe. Whether you’re stopping by for an incredible cappuccino or espresso, a hand crafted cocktail or a mouthwatering sweet or savory bite, Cafe Intermezzo is the calm oasis in a chaotic City grid.
From Buckhead to Midtown, Joy Cafe’s grown up over the years. It started as a little cafe that made incredible Southern staples and is still delivering the same mouthwatering meals you’ve come to expect. With generations-old meatloaf recipes that still taste terrific to crispy crunchy fried chicken to eye popping pastries everything at Joy Cafe is comfort food heaven. And it’s all made from scratch by Joy herself.
When you first walk into King & Duke, you feel like you have stepped into an editorial spread for Garden & Gun. Everything screams ‘this is how man was supposed to eat.’. After lingering at the bar, you’ll immediately be drawn to the roaring fire in the kitchen. And this is truly where the magic happens at King & Duke. With perfectly roasted game and bubbling bone marrow, you’ll want everything you see.
You’ve done *tons* of cooking and cleaning all year long. So why not outsource the holiday stress and get a pre-cooked turkey and all those delicious sides this year. Just call in your turkey ready to order, pick up and eat. It really couldn’t be more simple thanks to these Atlanta restaurants!
Even though football looks a little different this year, you can still totally crush it on any Homegate you’re hosting. The Georgia Lottery’s got tons of tips, tricks, & fun to make your home THE destination for Homegating!
These Atlanta restaurants have winterized or plan to soon winterize their patios, rooftops, and decks so you can keep the al fresco dining trend going this season! Pull out your sweaters and get ready to settle in for a fantastic outdoor meal fireside.
There’s nothing better than a piping hot bowl of noodles when you’re in the mood for some savory carbs, and these spots have some of the best! Keep reading for our recommendations on where to get your slurp on today.
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.
Taking the concept from Midtown to Buckhead, Ecco is bringing it’s iconic dishes and decor to another tony Atlanta neighborhood.
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!
Get the authentic flavors of Italy right in the heart of Sandy Springs! Il Giallo from Chef Jamie Adams makes their pasta on-site, uses fresh ingredients and has an ambiance that’s perfect for date night or the entire family.
Looking for positively massive meatballs and all the garlic knots you could ever want? Pasta Bella is just the ticket. This hidden gem from the Marietta Restaurant Group is a consistently solid, affordable, and family-friendly spot for scrumptious pasta, craveworthy cannolis, and more. The portions are absurd, so wear stretchy pants and prepare to bring some leftovers home for days to come!
If you’ve ever been to one of the great cities or states in the Northeast, you’ve probably had a chance to dig in to a great sub or sandwich. And at every Jersey Mike’s location, you can take a bite of this great Northeastern tradition.
Get cozy this fall with some phenomenal soul food from some of Atlanta’s most outstanding chefs and restaurateurs.
One of the things that makes Atlanta a Great American City is our Black history and culture. Dining at locally-owned, minority-owned businesses year-round is a great (and delicious) way to support Atlanta’s fabric.
We’re so proud to live in an amazing city that has so many talented Black female chefs, restaurateurs, and entrepreneurs. Add these restaurants in Atlanta to your list of places to eat!