The vibe at Barcelona is modern, it’s fast, it’s hip without being trendy, and it’s classic without making you feel like you’re in the dining car on the Orient Express.
When you walk into Bartaco, you’ll be struck by beauty; both that of the restaurant and the clientele. There is no doubt that this is a place to see and be seen.
Located in Krog Street Market, Fred’s Meat and Bread is everything that there is to love about food. Fred’s has the charm and flare of an old school soda shop with a pull up counter serving up some of Atlanta’s best comfort classics.
Pile on the shwarma, falafel and toppings and add one of their signature low- sugar sodas for the complete Mediterranean meal at Yalla.
Kevin Rathbun is one of the best chefs in the world (just ask anyone who’s eaten at his restaurants). He’s cooking some of the best food anywhere right here in Atlanta.
Inman Park’s local community bar and restaurant, Hampton and Hudson is the perfect place to catch a game, grab dinner or meet up with friends. Renowned chef Craig Richards recently joined the Hampton + Hudson team and has redesigned elements of their menu to make the experience even better.
A hip atmosphere, a great selection of drinks, grills at your table and a menu that combines delicious Korean flavors with gastropub fare
Fantastic Neapolitan pizza made by one of the nicest men in the business.
Traditional Southern specialties take an ambitious step forward at Chef Jason Hill’s Inman Park eatery.
So much more than just outstanding tacos!
Tucked away in the Inman Park neighborhood is this Italian gem. Perfect for a romantic night on the town or a mid-week meal with friends, you’ll find homemade pasta and oh so much more!
In Inman Park there’s a sandwich spot that offers sandwiches and one of the city’s best patios for people-watching.
Atlanta’s go-to spot for growlers, wine & homebrew kits.
Tucked into the oldest neighborhood in Atlanta, Inman Park’s Fritti is bringing old school pizza to Atlanta.
You could say it’s always a feeding frenzy at Atlanta Eats’ HQ, but to us it’s just another hard day’s work. We’re sharing the best things we ate last week to give you some food inspiration for the week ahead. Check out AtlantaEatsTv on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for a constant stream of pictures if this doesn’t quite cure your food […]
They call Inman Park Atlanta’s oldest neighborhood. It’s nestled beween Little Five Points and the Old Fourth Ward and backs up to the new Beltline Eastside Trail. If you find yourself in Inman Park with a hankering for some food and some time to kill, here are a few suggestions for how to fix both of those problems.