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.
Thought Atlanta couldn’t be known for its seafood? Ford Fry’s award winning restaurant hopes to change your mind.
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.
Cooks & Soldiers has quickly attracted an audience of upscale tapas eaters from around the city.
Inspired by la dia de los muertos, Bone Garden Cantina is reviving West Midtown.
In 2011, two Atlanta restaurateurs came together came together to give the city even more reasons to love them. Delia Champion (The Flying Biscuit) and Molly Gunn (The Porter), opened Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand.
According to Atlanta Eats host, Steak Shapiro, “Atlanta is the best town in America for steakhouses.” In honor of June as National Steak Month, we talked to our “Steak” about when he is having a MASSIVE CARNIVORE CRAVING, where does he turn? (If you are not a big steak eater, check out “Steak’s” tips on what else to try!
Atlanta Eats recently shot a segment for an upcoming episode with our own Steak Shapiro and Tournament Director of the BB&T Atlanta tournament, Eddie Gonzalez. The Tournament has amazing food options from local Atlanta vendors, so you can experience pro tennis and professional chefs all in one place.
La Parrilla is the spot where guacamole is created table-side, fajitas are served hot off the grill and enchiladas are covered with their signature sauce, white queso. There is something for everyone at this colorful Mexican joint so Atlanta Eats had to dig in and try the best they have to offer.
Few things say “fresh” quite like a good taco does, and that’s what Taqueria del Sol offers.
Set across from Grant Park’s Oakland Cemetery, it’s only fitting that this aptly named pub serves Spicy Rat Toes and such…
Serving up classic Mexican dishes, Nuevo Laredo wows diners with everything you could possibly want in, on, or near a tortilla.
If you want to really experience true Central Texas barbecue, you’ve gotta try DAS!
This past Saturday, Guy Wong invited a couple hundred of his closest friends to check out the restaurant and the menu.
Do you remember playing Build-A-Better-Burger when you were a kid? Midtown’s famous Bocado restaurant still does it.
Found yourself in West Midtown with some time on your hands? Need to impress your date or your boss? Guest blogger, Kristina Ackerman, from KnuckleSalad.com has the lowdown on West Midtown.