Embark on an appetizing adventure and savor the exotic flavors of South Africa in a seductively ambient environment.
Just as its name indicates, 101 Steak is a chef-driven steakhouse serving the highest quality steaks and delicious seafood.
In Buckhead, we all know a Happy Hour can extend its way into dinner, and Agency Socialtheque at Phipps Plaza was created exactly with that scenario in mind. Owner Ryan Glover and chef Robbie Burton have created a mouthwatering menu with comfort food classics up and down the list.
Breakfast with a little flavor from Cajun Country
Atlanta is the city of dining out, so dine out in the best way possible at Aria.
Ate Track Bar in Cartersville, GA is a musically inspired cafe. The menu – an eclectic mix of taqueria-style entrees, house-ground steak burgers, plus amazing seafood and chicken entrees – is inspired by the musical memories of owners Jackie and Andrea Wallace.
No surprises here, it’s fish on the menu, and there’s no mistaking the giant fish sculpture outside this legendary Buckhead eatery, whose building is based on a 1920s Savannah railroad station.
Big Oak Tavern in Roswell is a delicious family and neighborhood gathering spot, with aims to set up roots as long as the 100 year old oak tree that stands in front of it.
With decor that’s reminiscent of the classic dining rooms of the 1920s, all that’s missing to make the place feel like burlesque Paris is a stage and Josephine Baker.
ITP flavor with an OTP adress, Alpharetta’s Bite is taking the town by storm. Whether you’re craving a Maine style lobster roll or a West Coast style cheeseburger, Bite will bring their distinct Southern charm to the dish. So, grab a seat, order a glass of wine and let these guys wow you.
Atlanta has always been a City on the rise, with folks all over the country packing up and heading down to the Empire State of the South. That’s what owner Timmy Phillip did and why his Black Bear Tavern is an oasis for Chicago expats living in Dixie.
Fast casual Black Walnut Cafe is making waves with its debut to to metro Atlanta.
There’s something about an open-air space that makes you feel alive, and at BlueTop in Chamblee, they are living!
This Best of Forsyth winner has you covered on all fronts. Fresh seafood, amazing steaks and a great drink list, it’s all nestled into the cozy center of Vickory Village.
Since 1997 the legendary Decatur pub has been the go-to tavern for anyone who loves beer that would never ever be followed by the word Lite.
What’s “Under the Bridge” in historic downtown Cartersville? A fast casual dining concept in a beautiful setting – the BridgeHouse Cafe!
Atlanta’s Tech Square is one of the city’s most innovative areas. It only makes sense that Bytes, Atlanta’s most innovative restaurant, calls the neighborhood home.
Nestled against the Chattahoochee River in Vinings is the legendary Canoe. Its riverside setting is unmatched in Atlanta.
Nestled off Cheshire Bridge road in the Morningside neighborhood, famed restauranteur Justin Anthony’s latest venture, Cape Dutch, takes a modern approach to South African cuisine.
In Atlantic Station, whether you’re going shopping or going to the movies, Chef Shaun Doty is bringing chicken to a new level. Local. Delicious. Farm fresh. Everything at Chick-a-Biddy is clucking good!
267 miles to Atlanta’s closest beach – not exactly a quick trip. That’s why your best option for those beach vibes is in downtown Alpharetta, believe it or not. Chiringa, which has a sister restaurant on the 30A Coast, Chiringo, brings the beach year-round.
This old-school chop house right off of West Paces Ferry has made itself a staple in Atlanta.
Fine fare in an even more fine atmosphere. Citizen Soul is Alpharetta’s sparkly new child that will not disappoint. A variety of menu items fit to please every pallet and a bar to dream about at night, it all comes together with the friendly and knowledgable staff. Also don’t miss the giant fire pit outside!
Coalition Food and Beverage is a delicious, chef-driven restaurant in the heart of downtown Alpharetta.
Corner Tavern is a quality restaurant and lively neighborhood bar (we visited their Hapeville location) with some delicious eats, as well. When the weather gets warm, you can enjoy their outdoor seating and once their indoor dining starts up in the future, play a round of pool on their pool tables, or sit at the bar and enjoy a Jameson–they serve a lot of it.
With the only rooftop patio in the zipcode, Creatwood boasts a large and inclusive cocktail menu, an upscale sports-bar like atmosphere, and is just a place to get really really good food.
The classic steakhouse reimagined by Wolfgang Puck
The freshest seafood, prime steak and every game you could want at this upscale sports restaurant.
Please. Don’t ask us to choose our favorite part about Del Frisco’s Grille. It’s simply not a decision we’re equipped to make.
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.
With scrumptious seafood and killer cocktails, Drift Fish House and Oyster Bar is a can’t-miss dining destination for fresh ocean fare and an easy-breezy ambiance.
Burgers, Cheesesteaks and Buffalo bites – Envegan brings all of your classic, indulgent flavors to you with an all vegan menu! Their buffalo cauliflower has become a favorite of folks who visit the restaurant regularly, but anything on the menu is incredible.
Nothing tastes better than local. So at Farmview Market in Madison, GA, you better believe everything is delicious!
Foundation Social Eatery is a neighborhood restaurant you must try, even if you don’t live in Roswell.
Four65 Woodfire Grill doesn’t disappoint. Everything is cooked in high end, Italian woodfire ovens…
Sample the Texan-slash-Southern style slow & slow cooked Hickory-smoked meats at one of Atlanta’s famous BBQ spots!
Fusing culinary experiences with a fondness for farm-to-table fare, From the Earth Brewing Company is more than a microbrewer.
The menu at Gio’s offers bold flavors showcasing their bone-in, moist, lemon infused chicken that is artfully used in a select array of dinner options.
Get your tickets…errrr, reservations…to Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow, a creative new concept in cuisine and scene.
A wonderful mixture of Gatsby style and southern charm. Welcome to Hal’s!
You don’t have to go very far to find fine dining dishes in a peaceful, pastoral setting. Just head to the Highlands in North Carolina and plan your visit to Half Mile Farm.
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.
Haven Restaurant on Dresden Drive is the benchmark of great dining in the neighborhood, with a spectacular dinner menu, and a to-die-for brunch on weekends.
A hobnob is a gathering, a celebration of life. And at Hobnob you’ll celebrate life with every bite, toast and smile. They practice unconditional hopsitality – open arms and open hearts for every customer.
This acclaimed Buckhead gastropub – and its illustrious late-night burger – needs no introduction.
After a 15 year hiatus, Houck’s Grille is back and better than ever!
Found in the heart of Roswell, Hugo’s Oyster Bar is the perfect destination for seafood and Cajun classics.
From Buckhead to Midtown, Joy Cafe’s grown up over the years. It started as a little cafe that made incredible Southern staples and is still delivering the same mouthwatering meals you’ve come to expect. With generations-old meatloaf recipes that still taste terrific to crispy crunchy fried chicken to eye popping pastries everything at Joy Cafe is comfort food heaven. And it’s all made from scratch by Joy herself.
Kevin Rathbun’s fourth Atlanta restaurant is a fine addition to his eponymous Rathbun’s, Kevin Rathbun Steak, and Krog Bar.
Located on the heart of the Beltline at mile marker 9.25, Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall is the place to go for campfire cuisine and a fun, outdoorsy time.
Lawrenceville’s Local Republic, close to the clean country air, should be in any conversation about farm-to-table cuisine.
A down-to-earth spot with ambitious food, Local Three opened with splash. With a kitchen the size of two restaurants, they are able to make everything from scratch. This includes butchery
Alpharetta residents are raving about this local and delicious spot that has over 300 bourbons, 50 craft beers on tap, and bbq smoaked on oak for hours. They smoke locally sourced meats and marinate them with in-house dry rubs that are perfect by themselves, but also pair nicely with their sauces. The service is fast and the food is hot which makes for a splendid time out to eat. If you plan on having a private dining event, check out their upstairs which was converted into a whiskey bar for a later, boozier night.
Bring your dog to this Roswell hotspot for a burger and an ice-cold brew.
Lure: To attract or entice. By Merriam-Webster’s definition, Lure, Fifth Group Restaurants’ Midtown fish house, is aptly named.
Expert pairings of cocktails along with small plate tapas give guests a unique combination of indulgence and comfort.
Meet me at Marlow’s!
You won’t find coal-fired flavor like this anywhere else in Atlanta.
From its humble beginnings on 6th Street in Midtown, to its now larger space and additional locations in Alpharetta and Smyrna, McCray’s tavern has been serving delicious food to Atlanta residents for over a decade. Whether it’s their 6th Street Nachos, Pimento Cheese Dip, the Grizzly burger or other great bar snacks, there’s a reason to make it your neighborhood pub.
Farm to Fork takes on a whole new meaning at this North Fulton eatery. The 150 yr old farmhouse and 1930s cottage serve as the grounds for Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails and offers the perfect charm to accompany their New Southern fare.
Whether you’re brunching or lunching, dinner-ing or dessert-ing, Murphy’s does it all. And they do it all right.
It’s the newest sensation on the Atlanta Beltline – a brewery and a brewmaster with a pedigree that goes all the way west to Escondido, California. But it’s not just a brewery – New Realm finds creative ways to inject their brews into unreal dishes.
Nowak’s restaurant comes from a rich Atlanta steakhouse heritage. Owner Blaiss Nowak is the son of Hal’s Steakhouse owner Hal Nowak and he worked every job at Hal’s – even dishwasher and busser.
Park Tavern has it all — amazing food and drinks, beautiful views, and a prime location at the entrance of Piedmont Park.
Still ready to party after the Braves take a W at home? Stop by PBR Atlanta for a night of drinks, dancing, and fun!
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.
Ray’s on the River in Sandy Springs is one of those rare places where the food is matched by the beautiful view.
At the headquarters of Porsche, you can have the ultimate dining experience and the ultimate driving experience all in one. Restaurant 356 has an incredible seasonal menu, but the views are like nothing you’ve seen before – this is a whole different kind of fast food! Named after Porsche’s first production car, Restaurant 356 has […]
Bienvenue. Willkommen. Bienvenido. Welcome. Rico’s World Kitchen embraces culinary influences from every corner of the world to cook up a boundless menu of culturally enriched comfort foods.
Locally sourced, seasonal ingredients in a sleek, vibrant setting.
Chef Scott Serpas’s menu features some of the best Southern comfort food you will find with succulent exciting twists.
Set across from Grant Park’s Oakland Cemetery, it’s only fitting that this aptly named pub serves Spicy Rat Toes and such…
In 1993, South City Kitchen opened on Crescent Avenue, a hidden side street in Midtown at the time. Now, 26 years later, SCK is an Atlanta institution, serving Southern classics with a sophisticated spin in four stylish locations.
Its all in the name when it comes to Sports & Social. There are TV screens covering the walls and free interactive games all around.
Sprig is, as the Web site proclaims, “a community centered restaurant” serving Southern comfort food, made with locally sourced ingredients.
Ryan Pernice and Ted Lahey have impressive culinary resumes. Both have succeeded in New York City, and now they’re cooking up a Southern storm in Roswell at their restaurant, Table and Main.
Alden in old English means “old friend” – and it also happens to be chef Jared Hucks’ middle name. So it only made sense that The Alden restaurant celebrating the “convivial feeling of being amongst old friends” would take on the eponym.
A little cafe in College Park that is changing the way people think of this sleepy town.
When The General Muir opened in February 2013, there was little doubt that he’d been wildly successful in the execution of his idea. From subway tiles, to a baked goods counter, a sit-in restaurant, and a breakfast counter…The General Muir has everything you could want in a deli.
Everyone needs a neighborhood spot. The is Decatur’s Cheers.
Edison bulbs, exposed brick walls, and a friendly staff. It’s everything a hip, new restaurant strives to have. The Iberian Pig, located in Decatur, offers this and much more.
A stunning 10,000 square feet of exclusive space located on the northeast side of the theatre, The Marquee Club presented by Lexus has access to the fabulous rooftop terrace, for the first time in decades, overlooking the iconic Fox marquee and Peachtree Street.
Thought Atlanta couldn’t be known for its seafood? Ford Fry’s award winning restaurant hopes to change your mind.
A true neighborhood gem in Decatur with craft cocktails and small plates.
You’re likely to see a lot of chain restaurants in Kennesaw, but this spot is anything but that.
The Select Restaurant in Sandy Springs is the perfect place for anyone who likes food, wine, and/or a good time. Located right next to the City Green *open container* park, The Select provides the unique option to take your drink down to the scene!
Chic New-American-meets-Southern restaurant with craft cocktails & locally sourced, seasonal food.
Atlanta has a few truly great gastro pubs where as much attention is paid to the food as the beer, and There is one of the best.
Skip the regular sports bar and head to a restaurant with a beautiful view – dozens of tv’s with sports, a modern take on made from scratch bar food, and the friendliest servers in town. It’s all at Twin Peaks which is making mouthwatering comfort food in its incredible sports lodge setting. Plus, they’ve got their curbside situation running like the busiest ski lift on the mountain. Head to Twin Peaks today to taste or order some of the delicious dishes below.
Food lovers and dog lovers unite at this “fur friendly” hot spot. Whether you want something light, BBQ classics, or even the all-American patty melt, UJoint has got it on the menu.
Vino Venue is all about the perfect pair – wine and food. The unique wine selection at Vino Venue is extensive and always changing.
Whether you are too tired to cook or just looking for an exciting atmosphere, fun staff, and a delicious meal, Wade’s Fine Eatery & Feed in Smyrna has those options for you. This emporium has a mouthwatering variety of options on their menu.
Traditional Southern specialties take an ambitious step forward at Chef Jason Hill’s Inman Park eatery.