At Appalachian Grill, you get the best of Cartersville’s hometown feel with incredible steak, seafood and pasta dishes.
What’s “Under the Bridge” in historic downtown Cartersville? A fast casual dining concept in a beautiful setting – the BridgeHouse Cafe!
It doesn’t get more local than Buttermilk Kitchen — owner/chef, Suzanne Vizethan makes her own buttermilk.
Nestled against the Chattahoochee River in Vinings is the legendary Canoe. Its riverside setting is unmatched in Atlanta.
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!
Minutes away from the Atlanta Airport is the great village of East Point. Debbie’s Delights is one of the restaurant staples in this area serving up southern comfort in the form of a home cooked meal.
What’s in a name? At First Watch, it’s everything. Every morning starts at the crack of dawn, with freshly prepared fruits and vegetables, baked goods, and scratch batter.
When in Rome, follow the Harvest Moon. We may be mixing our metaphors, but the Harvest Moon Cafe in Rome, GA is the place to visit when you’re in town.
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.
From the husband and wife team that brought Atlanta the acclaimed Heirloom BBQ, come a diner with a taste of Korea and the Deep South.
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
Looking for smoked comfort 7 days a week? Then you’ll love Lovie’s! A delicious BBQ spot tucked off Piedmont Road in Buckhead (you’ll find it under the Chipotle and Naan Stop), Lovie’s has amazing options whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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Matthew’s Cafeteria in Tucker is one of those rare places: a beloved neighborhood institution whose reputation is known all over the city. It’s been feeding families for as long as anyone can remember.
Historic, charming & cozy — if you’re looking for an incredible southern meal in a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere, Old Vinings Inn is a great choice.
There is something special about this barbecue joint. No frill, but Pig-N-Chik supplies a lot of flavor and unique menu items.
Roc South Cuisine and Cocktails is bringing an elevated Soul Food experience to Buford Highway. With dishes like Seafood Eggrolls, Cajun Shrimp and Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, their seafood selection is four star and their service is second to none.
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.
Where the train tracks run through Chamblee, you’ll find Southbound – a creative, Southern comfort food restaurant. Featuring two floors with rooms for lots of events (including weddings), the charm and warmth emanates from each floorboard and decoration.
Chef Art Smith’s Southern Art celebrates everything that makes our cuisine fabulous; bourbon, fried chicken and pies as far as the eye can see!
Sprig is, as the Web site proclaims, “a community centered restaurant” serving Southern comfort food, made with locally sourced ingredients.
Upscale barbecue done right in the heart of Buckhead. 521 Kitchen & Que combines complex flavors and classic techniques to create a new twist on traditional southern classics.
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.
At Tannery Row Ale House, you’ll get a delicious chef crafted meal in historic downtown Buford, GA. Every day they serve up amazing BBQ, craft beers,tacos,burgers, & even stone baked pizzas.
A little cafe in College Park that is changing the way people think of this sleepy town.
The Curious Pig in Fayette County is a place where delicious, chef-driven food is created in an area with traditionally few options.
If you’re a smoked meat, whisky & craft cocktails fan, you’re gonna want to make a reservation here ASAP.
What is it about Southern cooking that makes our breakfasts so much better than anywhere else? The BISCUITS. The Flying Biscuit has been bringing this combination of South and breakfast together since 1993 around Atlanta and has been growing and growing ever since.
An old mansion converted into a restaurant & bar is just one of the many awesome things about this Buckhead hot spot.
We know seafood boils in this part of the country – whether you’ve got roots in the low country or New Orleans, boils are a way of life in the South. That’s why business is booming at The Juicy Crab!
The Mill Kitchen and Bar proves you don’t have to live inside the perimeter to find absolutely incredible cuisine.
You’ve seen it featured on FX’s Atlanta, but the legend of J.R. Cricket’s goes deeper than lemon pepper wings (Although the lemon pepper wings ARE excellent).
You’re likely to see a lot of chain restaurants in Kennesaw, but this spot is anything but that.
Chic New-American-meets-Southern restaurant with craft cocktails & locally sourced, seasonal food.
When Hank Johnson was looking to name his restaurant, he wanted to stand out from the common Tom, Dick and Harry places everyone was used to. So what else to name it but Tom, Dick and Hank! Johnson focuses on the backyard BBQ favorites like brisket, ribs, smoked chicken and pulled pork – plus fresh veggies like squash and zucchini.
Gullah Geechee culture is entwined with the South, and Atlanta in particular, and at Virgil’s Gullah Geechee kitchen, they celebrate that culture to a T. A celebration of love – and the oldest black culture in America – Virgil’s makes those Gulla Geechee low country favorites, along with soul food and rice based dishes that folks in the South love.
Who’s Got Soul is an authentic southern cafe focused on family and – of course – food. What’s so unique about Who’s Got Soul is their dedication to quality.
Traditional Southern specialties take an ambitious step forward at Chef Jason Hill’s Inman Park eatery.
Zalads, Fingerz, Zappetizers and more. Zaxby’s has a parlance all their own, but rest assured, whatever language you speak it tastes delicious.