An Award Winning Cocktail, Stunning Salmon and Coastal Italian | Best Things We Ate This Week



At Atlanta Eats, we…well…eat. A lot. And each week, we’re sharing the dishes that stand out the most.

If you want to show off your culinary prowess, be sure to tag us on Twitter at @AtlantaEatsTV and use #BestThingIAte. If we choose your submission, you’ll win dinner for 2 at one of our favorite places in town!

 Sockeye Salmon at St. Cecilia

This was almost too pretty to eat….almost. At a visit to St. Cecilia, we had a chance to taste this beauty. The salmon crudo was made of Sockeye Salmon, fig, preserved lemon, lemon juice and olive oil. And yes, it was as good as it looks.



L’Arrosto at Double Zero Napolitano

This is one of our favorite appetizers for a group. Roasted pork shoulder in cast iron for the whole table to share, served with house made condiments like,pizza nuvole, pickled vegetables, sour apple sauce, arugula salad, pepper jelly, roasted garlic puree, and Calabrian chiles. Tuck all of this into a piece of fresh bread and dig in.


Cocktail at The Luminary

The Luminary in Krog Street is already making a name on the cocktail circuit. This concoction is made with Bombay and homemade horchata with citrus. It was out of this world.


Pasta at Gio’s

Sometimes you just need a big bowl of amazing pasta. While chicken is the star, don’t sleep on the pasta. Rustic Italian at it’s best.


Fried Chicken at Buckhead Diner

This is the South, y’all and we know our fried chicken. Head to The Diner on a Sunday. This is one of only two days that they serve their fried chicken. Crisp and not at all heavy and served with traditional sides (we’re partial to the mac ‘n cheese), it’s the perfect Southern Sunday Supper. Honey, hush…




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