La Parrilla is the spot where guacamole is created table-side, fajitas are served hot off the grill and enchiladas are covered with their signature sauce, white queso. There is something for everyone at this colorful Mexican joint so Atlanta Eats had to dig in and try the best they have to offer.
Chef Rob’s Caribbean Cafe
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!
King and Duke
Renowned restaurateur has hit another home run with King & Duke. Chef Joe Schafer is manning the kitchen and bringing his love of open flame cooking to Buckhead, with ribeyes for two and a decor that is breathtaking.
Hugo’s Oyster Bar
Found in the heart of Roswell, Hugo’s Oyster Bar is the perfect destination for seafood and Cajun classics.
C&S Chowder House
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!
NAM Kitchen is a Vietnamese restaurant all about the experience. Vietnamese culture treats meal time as an opportunity for family to come together and celebrate!
Nina & Rafi
Nina and Rafi has answered Atlanta’s Italian cuisine-related prayers with their ristorante per famiglie (family restaurant), providing the city with incredible craft made pizzas.
Atlanta is the city of dining out, so dine out in the best way possible at Aria.
When you walk into Bartaco, you’ll be struck by beauty; both that of the restaurant and the clientele. There is no doubt that this is a place to see and be seen.
The vibe at Barcelona is modern, it’s fast, it’s hip without being trendy, and it’s classic without making you feel like you’re in the dining car on the Orient Express.
South City Kitchen
In 1993, South City Kitchen opened on Crescent Avenue, a hidden side street in Midtown at the time. Now, 26 years later, SCK is an Atlanta institution, serving Southern classics with a sophisticated spin in four stylish locations.
There are some things that transcend Atlanta’s fabled brunch culture. Beyond the deviled eggs and the skillet scrambles, beyond the 45 minute waits to be seated when all you want is something to much on the go, is something much simpler: bagels.