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Chai Yo Modern Thai is an Atlanta Eats staff favorite and with one just one date night visit, you’ll understand why. This sexy, upscale Buckhead spot is serving Thai cuisine that truly impresses, and the natural wood, mood lighting, and special touches that make this place truly stunning.
It’s old Atlanta, revamped. The Chastain has recently opened up in the old Horseradish Grill Space, and the decor is truly impressive. The bistro seating and firepits make the patio extra cozy, and the natural lighting pours in from the restaurant’s many floor to ceiling windows. Their menu consists of delicious New American eats, and we also love their pastry and bread offerings in the morning!
The Garden Room was perhaps the most hyped restaurant opening in the past 5 years. It’s truly stunning, with flora and fauna everywhere, glam touches, and natural light that pours in from the glass ceiling. Make a reservation online!
There’s just something about a sexy speakeasy vibe that gets you every time. You can’t help but feel extra glam in these kinds of spaces, and Golden Eagle arguably has one of the best ones. With leather and velvet touches everywhere, moody lighting from gorgeous chandeliers, every visit feels special even if you’re just popping in for a weeknight libation.
One of the city’s finest steakhouse, Marcel also has one of the city’s finest decor and interiors. The leather and wood makes for a plush and cozy atmosphere that complements the fine food and dining. Pro Tip: Pop into neighboring Little Trouble afterwards for even more chic fun.
We’re thrilled that there are so many fabulous Thai places and spectacular sushi places in town, but Osha Thai might stand out above the rest for their truly spectacular decor. The owners are all artists–many are SCAD grads–and it’s reflected in the hand-painted murals and extra touches. Each plate is also gorgeously presented. Find OSHA in the old Saltyards location in South Buckhead.
The revamped and revitalized Hotel Clermont has taken extra touches to make the dining experience and ambiance as special as the rest. Walking into Tiny Lou’s is like taking a step back into a more glamorous place in time, and we love the tiny nods to that famous establishment in the basement that can be found in things like their “Ode To Blondie” dessert. Tiny Lou’s recently welcomed Executive Chef Jon Novak and Pastry Chef Charmain Ware to their roster, so we’re excited to see what this powerhouse duo does to the menu as well.
We love the modern decor and eclectic decorations at Two Urban Licks almost as much as we love the FOOD! The salmon chips are a must order, and their patio is tons of fun!
With its sweeping, luxe interiors and chic cocktails, The Select is one of those restaurants where it’s equally about the ambiance as it is about the food. A part of the new Sandy Springs City Springs development, The Select has been making a name for itself in the community with rave reviews from diners and food critics alike. You’re going to love the miso sea bass and ever-changing pastry menu, as well as their patio with plentiful seating. The Select is also now open for brunch!
Yebo is a restaurant that puts as much care into their menu as they do into their ambiance and decor. In the summer, they transform into Yebo Beach Haus, with coastal fun all around, in the wintertime, they become Yebo Ski Haus, with the best ski chateau vibes. They’ve recently moved into a more expansive space in Andrews Square.