“[The vegan steak I created] tastes really good with some hot sauce. It’s actually inedible without hot sauce, in fact,” says Shapiro. “I really hope this works out. I am a little worried now that I think about it that I didn’t think things through enough.”
Your favorite restaurant is probably one of Ford Fry’s. So many of his concepts are in the conversation of Atlanta’s most popular eateries, from The Optimist to Little Rey. He’s a peerless restaurateur with many beloved brands. Although each has its own unique cuisine and style, they share that same Ford Fry seal of quality. It’s easy to hypothesize why Ford Fry has achieved unprecedented levels of success in the Atlanta culinary world, but why not find out straight from the man himself?
Whether you’re looking for a meal on the bucolic Chattahoochee River or cocktails 10 stories high overlooking all of Atlanta, you’ll be impressed with our list on Atlanta’s top restaurants for breathtaking views.
The Buckhead neighborhood has long been a premier dining destination in Atlanta, and there’s a plethora of fantastic brunch restaurants to boot. Dive into our Buckhead weekend brunch guide to find your next mimosa! Restaurants listed below alphabetically.
Whether it’s the freshest fish, the most elevated experience, or the best steals that you are looking for, the Atlanta dining scene has tons of fabulous sushi options that will make your next sushi dinner spectacular.
A new stunning restaurant for a girl’s night out in Ponce City Market, an omakase only spot in West Midtown, and a bright and neon-colored lounge that’s the talk of TikTok are some of the newest places to enter the metro Atlanta restaurant scene. Check it out!
Think you had to venture into Buckhead or Old Fourth Ward for great cuisine? Think again. What was once just a sleepy residential restaurant deadzone is now shaping up to be a food destination in and of itself. Here are some can’t miss top eats in the area!
Buford Highway is full of gems, both hidden and famous. Of all of these beloved local favorites, though, there is one that rises above the rest and holds its own place in the hearts of hungry Atlantans. That place is Lee’s Bakery, and I had the opportunity to speak with its owner about what goes into being the city’s premier Vietnamese restaurant.
Long gone are the days when you had to trek into the perimeter to get decent food. There’s tons of great options OTP, especially in Alpharetta, for an excellent brunch! Here are some fantastic brunch spots to add to your bucket list.
Ordering a dip for the table may be the most underrated move in dining. Dips are perfect for sharing, they’re just the right amount of food, and they usually have some sort of cheese involved. We separated our dips into six categories – Beer Cheese, Queso, Buffalo Dip, Seafood Dip, Spinach and Artichoke, and Onion Dip – to identify the best dang dips in Atlanta no matter what you’re craving.
Eat it on a toothpick. Eat it on spaghetti. Eat it in a skillet covered with cheese. No matter what way you do it, a meatball is a perfect, one-bite (or more depending on the size) option at every dinner. We’ve rolled the whole town over, looking for the best meatballs in the A.
Kennesaw may be one of the metro area’s most bucolic neighborhoods. It’s settled at the foot of beautiful Kennesaw mountain, and has small farms and ranches nestled next to sprawling suburbs. From chef driven restaurants to mom and pop shops to the favorites you know and love, there are tons of great options when you’re dining in Kennesaw.
If you haven’t tried a Beef Bourguignon then, to quote a great movie, you might be what the French call “les incompetents”. But that’s ok, we’re here to help you uncover French cuisine and find the best Beef Bourguignon dishes in Atlanta.
Whether you’re the whiz of the group or the dunce, a trivia outing is about so much more than the questions themselves. While it’s definitely more fun when you win, there are several other factors that go into making trivia night a can’t-miss event. We hand-picked a few of our very favorite trivia spots both ITP and OTP based on their food and drinks (duh), the space itself, and, of course, the trivia.
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 6 of our favorites…
No matter where you live in Atlanta, there’s a fabulous biscuit, stack of pancakes, and pitcher of mimosas near you. Here are some of our current favorite brunch spots, sorted alphabetically and by neighborhood!
There’s an energy, almost a sense of whimsy, that strikes ATLiens’ ears when you mention Manuel’s Tavern. What makes it so different from every restaurant in the Poncey-Highland area? Is it the food? The massive bar? The decor, riddled with a hodgepodge of photos and other pieces of art? I had the pleasure to speak with owner Brian Maloof and learn from him firsthand what makes Manuel’s an Atlanta icon.
Who run the world? Girls. And who run the Atlanta restaurant scene? These inspiring women who own their own businesses. Celebrate Women’s History Month with an outstanding meal at a women-owned restaurant, owned by the ladies who are currently making history in the Atlanta restaurant industry!
Great wi-fi, strong brews, and comfy seating make these Atlanta coffee shops ideal for stretching your legs and getting out of the house for a study or remote work day.
If you’re looking to support a locally-owned, minority-owned business for brunch this weekend, there’s plenty of them serving up some serious deliciousness. Check out our list!