Half Mile Farm
You don’t have to go very far to find fine dining dishes in a peaceful, pastoral setting. Just head to the Highlands in North Carolina and plan your visit to Half Mile Farm.
With Uno, Dos, Tres locations – and lots of “actitud” – Cinco restaurants brings authentic Mexican Flavors with lots of personality to the Atlanta area.
Zalads, Fingerz, Zappetizers and more. Zaxby’s has a parlance all their own, but rest assured, whatever language you speak it tastes delicious.
What’s in a name? At First Watch, it’s everything. Every morning starts at the crack of dawn, with freshly prepared fruits and vegetables, baked goods, and scratch batter.
Jim ‘N Nick’s BBQ
For southern barbecue that’s really good AND really authentic, look no further than Jim ’N Nick’s. Since 1985, this BBQ joint has been serving up fresh, made to order southern classics for everyone in Atlanta (and their mothers).
Fresh Greens. Carefully Cooked Proteins. Freshly Baked Bread. The Perfect Sandwich is alive and well at Wildflour in Alpharetta.
Sweetwater Brewing Company
Atlanta’s #1 brewery is bringing West Coast style beer and delicious gastropub grub to your glass.
Magnolia Room Cafeteria
When you smell a magnolia tree, you know you’re in the South. When you walk into The Magnolia Room in Tucker, you feel like you’re at home.
Greater Good BBQ
Platters of smoked ribs, potato skins piled high with pimento cheese and pulled pork, and probably the best collard greens you’ve ever had. We’re talking Greater Good BBQ.
Everyone knows the best bagels come from New York, but when you have a craving for that Everything with a shmear, where in metro Atlanta can you go? The Bronx, of course! Family-owned Bronx Bagels, or BB’s Bagels, is considered by many to be Atlanta’s best.
With decor that’s reminiscent of the classic dining rooms of the 1920s, all that’s missing to make the place feel like burlesque Paris is a stage and Josephine Baker.
Chops Lobster Bar
This old-school chop house right off of West Paces Ferry has made itself a staple in Atlanta.
There is no shortage of remarkable, high-end places to dine in Buckhead. But if you want to impress, Pricci will do just that. Nosh on great Italian and Modern American fare; highlights include the Osso Bucco and Pork chop which are both great dishes to share with a date.
A true Atlanta institution serving upscale diner fare that folks cannot get enough of.
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.
Atlanta Fish Market
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.