Everyone loves lasagna. Layers of cheese and bechamel and meat and saucy goodness come together in one perfect dish. Atlanta has a multitude of Italian restaurants where you can enjoy some version of lasagna – everything from a grandma’s gravy, New Jersey style Italian restaurant to a fine dining, modern approach to Italian food.
The Atlanta dining scene has never been hotter! See what’s new all around town in our latest round-up of ATL’s newest dining and drinking destinations.
Yes, as the unofficial capital of the south, Atlanta does amazing fried chicken, delectable biscuits, incredible soul food, and all the other fun stuff that southern cuisine is known for. But it’s also become just as easy to embrace a greener diet in this city if that’s your thing. There are a huge amount of healthy salad/grain bowl spots, local farmers markets, and incredible full-service restaurants where salad is far from an afterthought. Dive into our guide to find a satisfying salad near you!
There’s something special about noshing before your meal. Whether it’s an assortment of house rolls or an order of chips and salsa, our stomachs crave a warm-up before launching into the full workout of a meal. Here are some of the best bread baskets Atlanta has to offer.
There’s far more to a good hotel than clean sheets and working A/C. Whether you’re spending the night or just a few hours there, these hotel bars have a lot to love, especially their food and drinks. Here are our favorite hotel bars in Atlanta.
How do you define a breakfast sandwich? Anything on a biscuit? A sandwich with an egg on top? Or just any sandwich eaten in the morning hours? Regardless of the answer, breakfast sandwiches are fantastic, and Atlanta has no shortage of amazing options for you to start your day off with a boom. Here are some of our favorites…
Birthdays, holidays or just wanting to get dressed up and spend the afternoon with the girls are all perfectly perfect reasons for attending high tea. Atlanta has all kinds of options when it comes to tea rooms from small, eclectic places to the fancy, high class spots. Before booking your next high tea reservations, be sure to check out this article first!
Chef Ron Hsu has become one of Atlanta’s defining culinary voices. Along with Ford Fry and Kevin Rathbun, when Ron opens a new restaurant, people pay attention. And more importantly, they eat there. It’s tricky to define his culinary style based on his restaurants alone, but what does Ron himself have to say? We covered his deep roots in the food world, his intensive time working in one of the finest restaurants in the world, and his triumphant return to Atlanta.
Who else is ready for this summer heat to get on out of here?!?! 🥵🥵🥵 We’re tired of melting in these Atlanta streets and looking forward to the advent of cooler weather this fall–and with it, more fun outdoor activities that involve eating and drinking, and eating… and drinking! Check out our list for some of the mostly hotly anticipated festivals coming to Atlanta this fall, in order of when they’re happening!
Historic Old Fourth Ward, a former industrial district, has become a hot spot for some of the best cuisine in the city. From food halls to Tex Mex to truly inspired seafood, these few square miles have it all when it comes to dining. Hop on the Beltline and grab a bite to eat at any of these delicious spots!
If you weren’t craving pancakes beforehand, you will be once you read this post. And we’ll bet that these pancake spots are BATTER than whatever you can cook up.
A dumpling is some truly magical foodstuff, found throughout all different cultures around the world. From Poland’s pierogi, to China’s soup dumplings, to the American South’s chicken and dumplings, we love this food in all its glorious forms. Here are some fantastic ones around town, no matter what style you’re craving.
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!
Summer in Atlanta means leisurely walks on the Beltline and more importantly, amazing food and drinks on the Beltline! Here’s our insider’s guide to the best that the Beltline has to offer, broken down by Eastside and Westside trail spots.
WINE down this weekend with a trip to one of North Georgia’s top wineries. We’re breaking down the wineries in North GA and sharing with you the ones with the most scenic sprawling hills, the most delicious charcuterie boards, and of course, the most flavorful wines!
Flaky. Buttery. Delicious. Biscuits are one of the amazing parts about living in the South, and these Atlanta restaurants have some of the best!
Don’t be fooled–the southside of Atlanta has some great eats, too! McDonough (pronounced Mack-donna, get it right folks!) has quite a few local eateries that are worth your while. Are you a Henry County native or maybe just headed over for an event or race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway? Then you’ll without a doubt need to fuel up on some good grub. Take a look at our list to find some food near you.
Pupusas are one of Latin America’s greatest low-cost exports – a masa cake filled with cheese, beans, meat or whatever else they’re coming up with in a Salvadorian kitchen. With an incredibly vibrant Latin American and Salvadorian community around Atlanta, there’s tons of options for finding a pupusa near you.
Atlanta’s best Cuban, Dominican and Puerto Rican food can be tough to define. The approach to cooking for all three of these come from the same history – a mash up of the native cultures that lived on each island, along with flavors from the colonizers’ native Spain, and the West African traditions of the enslaved who were brought to those Islands by traders.
Athens, Georgia is the greatest college town on the planet. The Classic City has everything, but what separates Athens from so many other college towns is its unbelievable food scene. Here are just a few of the finest restaurants in Athens near the UGA campus.