Just as its name indicates, 101 Steak is a chef-driven steakhouse serving the highest quality steaks and delicious seafood.
A modern expression of the classic American steakhouse, Arnette’s Chop Shop focuses on amazing decor, impeccable service, and an unbelievable steakhouse menu from Chef Stephen.
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.
Walking into Cabernet is walking into classic steakhouses of the past.
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.
The Wild West is in Marietta! Cherokee Cattle Company, from the Marietta Family Restaurant Group, has the Texas-style charm—and Texas-size portions—that’s perfect for a family meal out.
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!
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.
Frankie’s The Steakhouse is one of Atlanta’s best, Manhattan style steakhouses – and it’s in Duluth! Whether you’re looking for a seafood tower, incredible wine list or a perfectly aged, Bone-in ribeye, Frankie’s is firing off incredible dishes every evening. Whatever you’re celebrating – a graduation, a birthday, or just an opportunity to get out of the house – put Frankie’s on the shortlist.
A wonderful mixture of Gatsby style and southern charm. Welcome to Hal’s!
Located in Doraville, Jimmy’s Tequila and Carnes fuses Mexican food with the idea of a traditional steakhouse. As the name hints, this restaurant specializes in Tequila. In fact, they have co-branded a Tequila with the help of Tequila experts in Jalisco and Mexico City. Their menu consists of classic Mexican cuisine such as empanadas, nachos, and guacamole. However, they also have various steak and seafood options.
What comes to mind when you think of a classic steakhouse? It’s pretty simple: you’ve gotta have the finest cuts of meat. You’ve gotta have those decadent, over-the-top delicious side dishes.
Kevin Rathbun’s fourth Atlanta restaurant is a fine addition to his eponymous Rathbun’s, Kevin Rathbun Steak, and Krog Bar.
35 years ago, the first and only Longhorn Steakhouse opened in Atlanta, GA. Since then, the restaurant has boomed and grown into something nobody could have imagined.
Father-son culinary stars behind 4th and Swift serve up daily oysters and a constantly evolving menu to explore new combinations of flavors.
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.
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.
Just off of Mansell Road in Alpharetta is a restaurant that feels like it’s straight out of Buckhead; massive steaks, fresh seafood and a bar that’s always full of energy. This is a name you already know, and a restaurant you’ll love; This is Ray’s at Killer Creek.
Ray’s on the River in Sandy Springs is one of those rare places where the food is matched by the beautiful view.
Born in New Orleans, one of the most incredible food towns in the world, this restaurant now has locations all over the country.
From the minds of legendary restaurateur George McKerrow and Ted Turner comes Ted’s Montana Grill. The home of the bison burger that is the talk of the town, Ted’s is a home run any time you walk in the door.
Power lunches, your face on the wall and the best Chicken Parm in Atlanta; what’s not to love at The Palm?
They call Georgia the Empire State of the South, and with all the snowbirds who have migrated from New York City, you could say ATL and NYC are almost sister cities. So it makes perfect sense that the delicious, dry aged steaks from Uncle Jack’s Meat House are only available in two locations
Uncle Jack’s brings their premiere service and incredible dishes to Roswell’s Canton Street, one of Atlanta’s most charming dining destinations. In fact, inspired by the area’s rich history, owner Willie Diegel is harkening back to classic dishes with Oysters Jackefeller, Lobster Thermidor, and Duck confit ravioli – along with what you know and love from their Duluth location, like their famous Bacon Racks. Hang out on the lawn outside and head in for something delicious at Uncle Jack’s on Canton Street.