Can something sweet bring you the substance of life? With delicious smoothies, bubble teas and smoothies, that’s Nom Station’s goal. Inspired by the Thai word for milk, “Nom”, owner Brian Odum and his wife Vicki wants to make Nom Station taste like home – with a Thai twist. Don’t sleep on their savory offerings, either – the Healthy bowls, salads, cuban and breakfast sandwiches are delicious. Try the Thai milk tea and the Mangonatta smoothie if you want to try some menu favorites.
Rolled Ice Cream
At Nom Station, they have lots of sweet treats, including rolled ice cream using house made flavors.
Traditional Cuban Sandwich
A classic for a reason – they’re freshly pressed at Nom Station and use the standards – Ham, Pork, Swiss and a pickle! Pictured here with bubble tea.
Spicy Chicken Cuban sandwich and Mangonada
Not a fan of pork? At Nom Station, they put a spin on a Cuban sandwich that uses spicy chicken instead. Try it with an ice cold, sweet, spicy and tart Mangonada.
Breakfast Sandwich and Iced Caramel Lattee
Nom Station is a spectacular breakfast option. Try the breakfast sandwich with hearty sausage, freshly cracked egg, bagel and cheese.
Recess is Buckhead’s new bowl centric spot with incredible food that will happen to make you feel good, too. That’s because Recess is focused on fresh, veggie forward ingredients and healthy dishes made with serious flavor. Produce is delivered daily and food is prepped every morning – plus service is always given with a smile.
This could be the most decorated pizza anywhere! When you take pizza as seriously as Gio does, you’re bound to win a few awards.
Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar
They’re cooking up good stuff at Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar. With multiple locations around metro Atlanta, there’s a Bad Daddy’s close to you.
At Marcel, everything is mouthwatering. It’s a classic steakhouse with a French feel – order steakhouse favorites like Beef Wellington (give them 24 hours notice if you’re ordering it, though – it takes a while to make), Escargot and baked Alaska.
New York Prime
Tired of steakhouses that feel a little stuffy? New York Prime is poised to be your new favorite. They have all the fine dining fixtures – top notch service, a brilliant chef and carefully crafted cocktails. But they also look to mix old school with new school by having a great music selection, personable bartenders and by making fun a big factor in everything they do.
Boxcar at Hop City Brewing
West End’s open container district is hopping at Boxcar in Hop City. Located right off the Beltline, Boxcar is smack dab in the middle of one of Atlanta’s best brewing districts and a historic railroad past.
Lucky’s Burgers & Brew
Lucky’s Burgers and Brews is inspired by the owner’s Golden Retriever, Lucky, so of course this Roswell hotspot has a pet-friendly patio with a person-friendly bar (which is always stocked to the max with ice-cold beer). Famous for their burgers, there’s no better place to have a drink, have some fun, and watch the game with your best friend.