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. And they recently installed a drive thru window and offer curbside service, so you can have the entire menu at fingertips without leaving your car. Whether it’s one of the best Reubens in town, mouthwatering cakes, or homemade comfort food like roast turkey, beef stew and pot roast, you’ll always leave the diner satisfied.
Corner Tavern is a quality restaurant and lively neighborhood bar (we visited their Hapeville location) with some delicious eats, as well. When the weather gets warm, you can enjoy their outdoor seating and once their indoor dining starts up in the future, play a round of pool on their pool tables, or sit at the bar and enjoy a Jameson–they serve a lot of it.
Dining out in Atlanta doesn’t always have to mean $18 cocktails–there are plenty of eats that are big on taste without eating into your weekly budget!
Atlanta Eats presents our list of down and dirty neighborhood barbecue joints, from traditional to upgraded favorites, around the metro Atlanta area.
Looking to transition to a more plant-based lifestyle, or just trying to incorporate a meatless Monday into your weekly schedule? These Atlanta vegan restaurants will more than satisfy.
For unexpectedly authentic Greek flavors, look no further than Yeero Village in Roswell. The tzatziki sauce is unmatched, the lamb is tender and flavorful, and the saganaki is served flaming hot! On a time crunch? Grab a delicious gyro from their drive-through. This spot is perfect for a bang-for-your-buck meal with your friends and family, or just a quick grab and go!
At Marietta Fish Market, the seafood is flown in daily. Whether it’s flounder from the Northeast, crab legs from Alaska, shrimp and grouper from the gulf, lobsters from Maine, Chilean sea bass or Greek lavraki..
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!
The Wild West is in Marietta! Cherokee Cattle Company, from the Marietta Family Restaurant Group, has the Texas-style charm—and Texas-size portions—that’s perfect for a family meal out.
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!
Vacation plans dashed? No sweat, because there are some super fun (and yummy!) ways to spend your time at home.
Despite all the uncertainty that accompanies dining out in a pandemic, many restaurant owners are forging ahead with dine-in service and attempting to do so in as safe an environment as possible. One of those restaurant owners is Dave Green of The Select in Sandy Springs, who has reopened his restaurant for dine-in service, takeout, and patio service, with the restaurant filled at about 50% capacity.