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10 Degrees South

Embark on an appetizing adventure and savor the exotic flavors of South Africa in a seductively ambient environment.

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101 Steak

Just as its name indicates, 101 Steak is a chef-driven steakhouse serving the highest quality steaks and delicious seafood.

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Gluten Free donuts at 2BWhole Bakery
2B Whole Gluten Free Bakery

Everyone has the sarcastic friend who says that Gluten Free food tastes like cardboard. Take them to 2B Whole, however, and they’re very likely to keep their mouths shut. That’s because their mouths will be stuffed with delicious, gluten free pastries, desserts and savory dishes like pizza and pot pie.

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Prime Ribs from 678
678 Korean BBQ

Get ready for more than a meal at this Duluth spot…you’re in for an experience!

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The El Mocajete from 7 Tequilas
7 Tequilas

There’s something about that fajita sizzle and the taste of salt on the rim of your drink that makes any dining experience feel a little extra fun. At 7 Tequilas, they bring that authentic Mexican dining experience every night, with delicious plates, tons of margarita options and amazing service in four laid back locations.

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Rib Fingers from 770
770 BBQ

770 BBQ grills up fresh & gorgeously marbled meat right in front of your eyes! It’s like dinner & a very delicious show.

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Pan seared chicken from 9 Mile Station
9 Mile Station

9 Mile Station has the best view of Atlanta’s skyline, right from the roof of the famed Ponce City Market. With a chef driven approach to the menu (it changes frequently) and a bar program that features specialty cocktails and pairings perfect for whatever you’re craving, you can try duos like the apple harvest salad and Garden of Fire cocktail.

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Island salmon from Agency Socialthèque.
Agency Socialthèque

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.

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Alessandro's - Canton

This place is no typical pizza, pasta, and sub shop. This is fine Italian dining, disguised as pizza, pasta, and subs.

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Alma Cocina

Alma Cocina brings a new approach to contemporary Latin and Mexican cuisine and a whole lot of spice to the heart of downtown Atlanta.

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Pizzas from Amalfi Cucina and Mercato
Amalfi Cucina and Mercato

Amalfi Cucina and Mercato is the Buckhead and Midtown restaurant for authentic, delicious Italian dishes. They use the best ingredients, directly imported from Italy, and make mouthwatering Neapolitan style pies, pastas and cocktails.

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“There’s always something goin’ on at Amici” is the best way to describe this family owned pizza café and bar.

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The James Brownie Funky Jackhammer from Andy's Frozen Custard
Andy’s Frozen Custard

What’s the difference between Ice Cream and Frozen Custard? According to a few custard lovers we spoke to, “Custard is more creamy”, “It’s better than ice cream – hands down.”

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Hash Brown Benedict
Another Broken Egg

Breakfast, brunch, lunch and hand-crafted cocktails. Another Broken Egg’s menu will give you something to cheers about.

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The Margherita DOP from Antico Pizza
Antico Pizza

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.

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The filet mignon with a baked potato from Appalachian Grill.
Appalachian Grill

At Appalachian Grill, you get the best of Cartersville’s hometown feel with incredible steak, seafood and pasta dishes.

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Lloyd's beer from Arches Brewing in Atlanta, GA
Arches Brewing

It’s fitting that a brewer focused on the flavors of the world would be near the World’s Busiest Airport. That’s what you’ll find at Arches Brewing in Hapeville. They’ve been creating old world lagers since 2016 using their science based backgrounds to tinker with water, grain, hops and yeast.

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Atlanta is the city of dining out, so dine out in the best way possible at Aria. 

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Arnette's Chop Shop - 36oz Porterhouse
Arnette’s Chop Shop

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. 

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Tomahawk Steak from Aspens Signature Steak.
Aspens Signature Steaks

Aspen’s Signature Steaks is a classic neighborhood steakhouse in Marietta that’s been in operation for over 20 years. Located just off of Shallowford Road, their decor is inspired by an Aspen ski lodge, and the menu is worthy of an Aspen clientele. They have massive Tomahawk Ribeye steaks, incredible Frenched Cheshire pork chop, Craft cocktails and an enormous wine selection.

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Burgers from Ate Track Bar
Ate Track Bar

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.

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Athens Pizza

When you walk into this Decatur spot, you’ll feel like you’re eating at home. Customers are treated like family, & the colorful, warm & homey environment has proved to be well-liked, with some guests having been customers since the restaurant opened.

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Crab Cakes from Atlanta Fish Market.
Atlanta Fish Market

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.

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Lobster Mac and Cheese from Aye Tea Elle in College Park.
Aye Tea Elle

Things in College Park’s Aye Tea Elle are simply elevated. Between the cool, calming lighting, the colorful decor, or the white, baby grand piano, everything at Aye Tea Elle captures the eye. But besides being great for date night – and your social media feed – the food is also top notch, with jumbo lump crab cake, lobster mac and cheese with smoked gouda, cajun alfredo penne pasta, lamb lollipops and much more.

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Tostada de Pulpo from Azotea in Atlantic Station

At Azotea Cantina, the vibes are beachy, the menu is authentic and the rooftop is buzzing. With cocktails freshly squeezed in house, and those true-to-Mexico flavors, diners will not be disappointed. Azotea literally means rooftop in Spanish, and their deck in Atlantic Station is one of the best in Atlanta. Between the Baja taco and the Bisteak Alambre, the Castillas De Puerco and Carne Asada, their menu is mouthwatering, too.

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Baba’s Gyro & Kabob

You can find amazing food in the strangest of places. Yes, even connected to a gas station in Cumming, GA.

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the bad ass burger from bad daddy's burger bar
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.

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Thoong Thong from Bangkok Station
Bangkok Station

Authentic Thai food with a sleek train vibe make Bangkok Station a delicious and unique dining experience!

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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.

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mushroom burger from the Barleygarden

Beer is made from three simple ingredients – barley, hops and water. So at Barleygarden, you know you’ll get a great option for beer with their 61 rotating taps.

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Duck Birria tacos from Bartaco

bartaco is not a Mexican restaurant. Sure, they serve incredible tacos, fresh creamy guac, excellent elote corn, and magnificent margaritas. But they are inspired by cuisine from the Mediterranean, Asia and other exotic locales around the world.

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Bagels from BB's Bagels
BB’s Bagels

Everyone knows the best bagels come from New York, but when you have a craving for that Everything with a shmear, where in metro Atlanta can you go? The Bronx, of course! Family-owned Bronx Bagels, or BB’s Bagels, is considered by many to be Atlanta’s best.

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Bell Street Burritos

Bell Street Burritos is the perfect stop after you walk the Beltline from Piedmont Park to the Old Fourth Ward.

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This casual-yet-hip Decatur favorite has mastered the art of “Indian Tapas.”

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Cheesesteak from Big Dave's cheesesteak.
Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks

Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks is a genuine sensation in Atlanta. After all, you don’t go from a gas station kiosk slinging cheesesteaks to multiple locations and local celebrity status overnight. Owner and founder Derrick Hayes put in the work – the man used to drive to Philadelphia and back just to get the perfect-for-cheesesteaks Amoroso rolls. Now, the work is paying off – folks all around Atlanta love their egg rolls and rank Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks as the best cheesesteak stop in the A (and maybe the whole country).

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Buffalo cauliflower from Big Oak Tavern
Big Oak Tavern

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.

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Big Pie in the Sky

Made-daily-from-scratch New York style dough is hand-tossed, topped with only the best ingredients, and cooked to pizza perfection on a stone deck oven.

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Maine Sea Scallops St. Jacques from Bistro Niko in Buckhead.
Bistro Niko

Bistro Niko brings a fantastic French brasserie experience to Buckhead! Owned and operated by Niko Karatassos of the Buckhead Life Group, the restaurant relies on years of experience with French cooking techniques and flavors, and like any good brasserie, keeping customers happy.

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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.

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the Awesome Burger at Black Bear Tavern
Black Bear Tavern

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.

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The namesake burger at Bluetop
Blue Top

There’s something about an open-air space that makes you feel alive, and at BlueTop in Chamblee, they are living!

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Tucked away in the Inman Park neighborhood is this Italian gem. Perfect for a romantic night on the town or a mid-week meal with friends, you’ll find homemade pasta and oh so much more!

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Waffles and Wings from Bold Monk Brewing Co
Bold Monk Brewing Co.

West Midtown’s Bold Monk Brewing Co. is inspired by its namesake – with a facility that feels tranquil including an art gallery space, cask room and abbey/bookstore, you can find inner peace while sipping on Belgian style beers. But the flavors are bold as hell.

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Bone Garden Cantina

Inspired by la dia de los muertos, Bone Garden Cantina is reviving West Midtown.

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Bone Lick BBQ
Bone Lick BBQ

In 2010 Atlanta Magazine awarded Best BBQ in Atlanta to a place that was only open one day a week. Two years later, Bone Lick BBQ has gone full time and is like no barbecue place you’ve ever been to.

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Chicken Quinoa bowl from Bootlegger's in Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Bootlegger’s at Atlanta Motor Speedway

Bootlegger’s is the delicious, on-premises bar at Atlanta Motor Speedway that everyone has to stop and visit the next time they’re at the World Class racing facility. With the best fans in NASCAR and the best racers in the world stopping by, all NASCAR fans need a fuel up, and Bootleggers hits the spot.

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Thomas Keller is a chef that can be described in one word; genius. Having already built the nations most acclaimed restaurant, The French Laundry, he set his sight on taking over Vegas. In it’s tenth year, Bouchon is proof that he has accomplished his task, and then some.

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The Strangers on a Train Burger from Boxcar.
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.

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A buttermilk brined fried chicken sandwich from Branch and Barrel in Alpharetta
Branch and Barrel

Branch and Barrel at Alpharetta’s the Avalon has one of metro Atlanta’s best combinations of a chef-forward menu and incredible bourbon. Whether it’s the braised beef brisket, braised baby back ribs, or buttermilk fried chicken sandwich, each dish has incredibly fresh ingredients and the whole menu is filled with the comfort-food classics just like grandma used to make them.

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Steak with yukon mashed potatoes from Branchwater

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.

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The chicken pesto panini at Breadwinner Cafe
Breadwinner Cafe

Take the bustle of a New York deli lunch counter, place it in leafy green Sandy Springs, add a friendly ambiance, great customers and high quality ingredients and you get Breadwinner Cafe.

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Short Ribs from Breakers
Breakers BBQ

The Korean BBQ scene is booming in Atlanta, but Breaker’s is really setting them ahead of the pack. Less than a year old, Breakers has already made a lasting impression in the Atlanta restaurant world.

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24 Karat Gold Pancakes from Breakfast at Barney's.
Breakfast at Barney’s

The story of Breakfast at Barney’s all starts in a name. Owner Barney Lee Berry, Jr. never really loved his name, until he realized that it made him stand out from the crowd. Well, that and his food of course. With a background from Glenville, GA Barney knows southern comfort food and brings it for the many customers lining outside the door of his downtown ATL restaurant.

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Brick Store Pub
Brick Store Pub

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.

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Avocado Bacon & Egg Toast from Bridgehouse Cafe
BridgeHouse Cafe

What’s “Under the Bridge” in historic downtown Cartersville?  A fast casual dining concept in a beautiful setting – the BridgeHouse Cafe! 

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Buddy V’s Ristorante

When he decided to open his very first restaurant, The Cake Boss chose the one and only Venetian Palazzo in Las Vegas. Using family recipes and his own world-famous desserts, he has built a restaurant that is truly destination worthy.

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Paella from Bulla Gastrobar.
Bulla Gastrobar

Bulla is a Spanish word that means to “make a ruckus”. In MIdtown’s Bulla Gastrobar, it’s easy to see why they took that name. With lively crowds and a great bar, folks at Bulla look like they’re always having a great time. Plus, the kitchen is top notch, with a seasonal menu focused on tapas and shareable Spanish favorites.

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Buttermilk Kitchen

It doesn’t get more local than Buttermilk Kitchen — owner/chef, Suzanne Vizethan makes her own buttermilk.

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The Roasted Shellfish Platter from C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar.
C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar

C&S Seafood and Oyster House in Sandy Springs has a huge variety of seafood, a bar that everyone is talking about and service that is second to none. With the best seafood imported from regions throughout the United States, there’s plenty of options to choose from.

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Lobster and Steak from Cabernet.

Walking into Cabernet is walking into classic steakhouses of the past.

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Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Co.

Delightful and imaginative chocolates made from scratch, bean to bar

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Cafe Alsace

It’s just like being in Paris. All that’s missing is the sound of an accordion being played by a mime.

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salads from Cafe at Pharr
Cafe at Pharr

Every great neighborhood deserves a great restaurant-bar where locals can have a great meal with friends, sidle up for a cozy drink or a slice of pizza and catch their favorite team on TV!

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Café at the Corner

The Cafe at the Corner has been a Hapeville institution for years, and Atlanta Eats visited to learn about their incredible chicken salad, fresh made bread and pastries, and classically trained chef.

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The croque madame from Cafe Intermezzo.
Cafe Intermezzo

In a City that’s always hustling and looking to the future, going to Cafe Intermezzo is like traveling through space and time to an old European cafe. Whether you’re stopping by for an incredible cappuccino or espresso, a hand crafted cocktail or a mouthwatering sweet or savory bite, Cafe Intermezzo is the calm oasis in a chaotic City grid.

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Pastries from Cafe Vendome
Café Vendôme

Authentic French pastries in Atlanta? Oui Oui! Café Vendôme pairs ancestral techniques with carefully selected ingredients.

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Cameli’s Pizza

With a Little Italy attitude and flavor, Cameli’s pizzas, calzones, and pastas give us a little taste of everything we love about pizza.

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It’s Neapolitan style pizza in Alpharetta! With an emphasis on service and outrageously delicious food, this is a truly top notch pizzeria.

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Nestled against the Chattahoochee River in Vinings is the legendary Canoe. Its riverside setting is unmatched in Atlanta.

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The W Burger from Canyons Fresh Grill.
Canyons Fresh Grill

Downtown Woodstock has a fresh new spot – in more ways than one – with Canyon’s! Serving incredible fresh products in an American style menu, Canyons locally sources everything for a mouthwatering meal in an incredibly lively environment.

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Sauteed Trout from Capers in Kennesaw.

Capers has been making customers happy with mouthwatering, fresh seafood dishes and a menu focused on New American favorites for nearly 20 years. Owned by a husband and wife team, they aim to make every visit feel like home. Check out this Kennesaw based, black owned, neighborhood family restaurant any time you’re in Northwest Atlanta.

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The Bobbie sandwich from Capriotti's
Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop

Capriotti’s began as a sandwich shop in Wilmington, Delaware’s Little Italy in 1976. Today, they’ve grown to many Capriottis, all around the country. But the ONLY Capriotti’s in Atlanta is in Kennesaw, where they make the restaurant’s famous Bobbie sandwich using perfectly baked bread, fresh ingredients and amazing customer service every day.

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Fried Ice Cream and other desserts from Casa Grande.
Casa Grande

Casa Grande makes Marietta’s best margaritas – and the plates are grande, too. Whether you’re there for sizzling fajitas, incredible quesadillas, or homemade guacamole at the table – every meal at Casa Grande is delicioso!

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Casi Cielo - Tacos de Cochiniillo
Casi Cielo

Mexico is a big country, with more than the typical flavors you’re used to seeing. In Oaxaca, they have their own brand of Mexican cuisine, and Casi Cielo in Sandy Springs brings all of those flavors to Atlanta.

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The Cut of the Month from Cattle Shed in the Halcyon in Alpharetta.
Cattle Shed

Catttle Shed is a wine and steak bar that is not your average steakhouse experience. This new age steak concept uses farm to table ingredients, local cattle and the experience of talented Chef Colin McGowan in the kitchen to create an incredible dining experience.

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The jumbo bavarian pretzel from Central City Tavern.
Central City Tavern

Central City Tavern is downtown Alpharetta’s favorite place to grab a cocktail, watch a game, and get a bite. With a massive patio (and Alpharetta’s open container policy), it’s a great place to get a cocktail before or after walking around the neighborhood. Bring friends and dig in to their comfort food favorites while watching your favorite team on their enormous TV’s.

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Chai Pani

The building that used to house The Watershed in Decatur, which stood empty for months, is the new home of Chai Pani. Serving up a variety of mindblasting (their word) dishes, Meherwan and Molly Irani have brought Bombay street food to West Ponce.

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The Thai Lunch Box from Chai Yo
Chai Yo Modern Thai

Traditional Thai cuisine in a modern, sexy setting is what you’ll find at Chai Yo. Tucked away in Buckhead, it’s the perfect spot for a work date or a date date.

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Smoked Wings from Chairs.

Chairs is what we wish every neighborhood bar was like. Plenty of pool tables, retro arcade games, and an ample selection of beer and whiskey.

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Char Korean Bar and Grill

A hip atmosphere, a great selection of drinks, grills at your table and a menu that combines delicious Korean flavors with gastropub fare

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Chef Rob’s Caribbean Cafe

Authentic Caribbean cuisine that makes you feel like you’re on vacation in the Islands, Chef Rob’s Caribbean Cafe and Upscale Lounge’s got it all: delicious food, a comfortable environment & a lounge for great nightlife!

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Cherokee Cattle Company

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.

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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!

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battered fish tacos from Chido + Padre's
Chido + Padre’s

Bright, fresh, and fun – That’s the Baja Mexican way and Chido + Padre’s is exactly that. Good at any time of day, they offer weekend brunch, lunch and dinner along with signature cocktails made from freshly squeezed juices.

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Baja Tacos from Chiringa

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.

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Shellfish Tower from Chops Lobster Bar.
Chops Lobster Bar

This old-school chop house right off of West Paces Ferry has made itself a staple in Atlanta.

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Cibo E Beve

For a true taste of Italy, Sandy Springs’ Cibo E Beve, always hits the spot. Known for fresh ingredients, innovative flavor combinations, and an inviting ambiance, Cibo is perfect for date night, lunch meetings, and family dinners alike.

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With Uno, Dos, Tres locations – and lots of “actitud” – Cinco restaurants brings authentic Mexican Flavors with lots of personality to the Atlanta area.

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Pimento Cheese Fritters from Citizen Soul
Citizen Soul

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!

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The blackened tuna burger from Coalition Food + Beverage.
Coalition Food + Beverage

Coalition Food and Beverage is a delicious, chef-driven restaurant in the heart of downtown Alpharetta.

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The Huevos Rancheros Burger from Community Burger in Canton, GA.
Community Burger

Community Burger in Canton is designed to live up to its name. Yes, it’s an incredible restaurant where you can get delicious cheeseburgers, sandwiches, shakes, cocktails and more. But it’s also built to be a neighborhood restaurant, where folks come weekly and cast a vote. What for? At Community Burger, a percentage of sales goes to one charity every month – and it’s up to the community to pick which charity to support.

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Community Q

A mac and cheese restaurant that serves BBQ. But really really great BBQ.

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Loco Hot Cheetos and Doritos from Conchas Cravings in Villa Rica.
Conchas Cravings

Conchas Cravings in Villa Rica gives you “something super sweet, something super salty, something super healthy,” according to owner Juanita Conchas. With a focus on smoothies and crepes, they get creative with saltier dishes like their loco hot Cheetos and Doritos (think a Mexican Frito Pie) and street corn. They get sweet with their Oreo sundaes, Conchas crepe (with strawberry, banana and Nutella), and their Mangonada (mango sorbet topped with chunks of mango, a chamoy sauce (dehydrated fruit), Tajin (chili lime seasoning) and a tamarind stick. They get healthy with their delicious acai bowls and more.

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Cooks & Soldiers

Cooks & Soldiers has quickly attracted an audience of upscale tapas eaters from around the city.

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Artichoke dip from Copeland's restaurant.

The food and flavors of New Orlean’s best restaurants comes together at Copeland’s. When Al Copeland, founder and creator of Popeye’s Chicken, started Copeland’s in 1983, he wanted to bring Creole culture to the entire country.

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The Carpetbagger burger at Corner Tavern
Corner Tavern

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.

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Crawfish Shack

Cajun food – REAL cajun food – right on Buford Highway? Oh yes. It’s real, and it’s spectacular. But this Cajun food comes from an unlikely source.

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Creatwood Tavern

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.

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Pappardelle Pompei from Crispina.

Chef Raffaele Crispino is committed to bringing Southern Italian flavors to his restaurants both in his years of expertise, and in his ingredients!  Whether it’s San Marzano tomatoes or his always-fired pizza oven brought in directly from Naples, Crispina is Italian to its core.

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CUT Steakhouse

The classic steakhouse reimagined by Wolfgang Puck

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The freshest seafood, prime steak and every game you could want at this upscale sports restaurant.

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Brisket from DAS BBQ

DAS BBQ brings the best Central Texas BBQ flavors to metro Atlanta. With their original location in Vinings and a new location on Memorial Drive near Grant Park, every location of DAS has great outdoor vibes.

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steak from Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse in Phipps Plaza.

Davios has the kind of timeless decor and ambiance you’d expect to find at a high-end steakhouse in any of America’s great dining cities.

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Salmon Croquettes from Debbie's Delights
Debbie’s Delights

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.

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Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Del Frisco’s Steakhouse is an incredible luxury dining experience that mixes the modern and the classic. With meats butchered in-house daily, an extensive wine selection and incredible service, every trip to Del Frisco’s is a unique experience.

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Del Frisco's Dining Room
Del Frisco’s Grille

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.

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Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand

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.

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Der Biergarten

German Biergartens are one of the hottest trends to hit the restaurant scene, but in actuality, they’ve been around as long as their beer dating back to 1085 A.D.! At Der Biergarten in the Luckie Marietta District of downtown Atlanta, everything is served oversized and over-the-top delicious.

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The Vegan Platter from Desta Ethiopian Cuisine.
Desta Ethiopian Kitchen

Desta is often called Atlanta’s best Ethiopian restaurant – and for good reason. They focus on familiar items on their menu, but with the flavors and preparation of Ethiopia. Everything is served with freshly made Injera flatbread, which can take a long time to make since it’s fermented before baking.

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This succulent veal chop is called “cotoletta.” It is served with the bone in and has mushrooms and a generous pour of demi glace on top. Creamed spinach is served on the side to perfectly complement the meat.
di Paolo

The aromas of wood-burning pizza, freshly-cooked pasta, and succulent meat are wafting through the air. No, you aren’t in Italy. In fact, this is di Paolo, an Italian restaurant in Alpharetta. This neighborhood spot features an open, inviting kitchen and an intimate, romantic ambience. They have been serving delicious Italian food alongside a lengthy wine list since 1995.

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Lasagna Rotolo from Dirty Rascal at The Thompson Buckhead
Dirty Rascal

Can you feel nostalgia, comfort and home in a hotel restaurant? At Dirty Rascal in Buckhead’s Thompson Hotel, you can. That’s because Chef Todd Ginsburg created the whole concept around his history – growing up NE in the tri-state area, where red sauce restaurants abound.

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The Sashimi and Sushi platter from Doshi Sushi
Doshi Sushi

Doshi Sushi owner Eugene Lee is so focused on fish. Coming from a family of Korean fisherman, Eugene makes sure that they get the FRESHEST possible fish you can find in Atlanta. If they can get the fish live, they’ll get it live and keep them in tanks up until the moment of consumption (try the live octopus for a one of a kind meal!)

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Double Zero

This place may be called Double Zero, but it deserves 10’s across the board for the fantastic modern Italian cuisine it serves.

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Drift Fish House and Oyster Bar

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.

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Pappardelle from Ecco Buckhead.

Taking the concept from Midtown to Buckhead, Ecco is bringing it’s iconic dishes and decor to another tony Atlanta neighborhood.

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bacon, egg and cheese on a jalapeno cheese bagel
Emerald City Bagels

You know a place is good when there’s a line out the door, and since Emerald City Bagels opened, there’s been a line every morning patiently awaiting a delicious bagel or bagel sandwich.

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Traditional Lumpia from Estrellita in Grant Park.

Grant Park’s Estrellita is bringing incredible Filipino dishes to Atlanta’s east side! By focusing on family oriented fare, Chef Walter Cortado is bringing the best from his mother’s recipe book to the city. With restaurant partner Hope Webb, the two have made a delightful dining experience in one of Atlanta’s best neighborhoods.

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Irish Breakfast from Fado Irish Pub.
Fadó Irish Pub

When it comes to Atlanta’s best Irish pubs, Fadó is obviously at the top of the list. But they’ve also got delicious food like Irish Breakfast, Fish and Chips, and their Smoked Salmon Bites, along with a perfectly-poured pint of Guinness. With every soccer game you could hope for on TV, huge event spaces, and true Irish roots from its founders, there are lots of reasons to learn more about Fado Irish Pub.

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Grilled oysters from Falling Rabbit in Duluth.
Falling Rabbit

Falling Rabbit is a beautiful gem of a restaurant in downtown Duluth at Parson’s Alley. Their approach is casual fine dining, but their dishes and decor veer more towards fine art. Falling Rabbit’s bar program is theatrical and creative – try the Spellbound cocktail for a smoky surprise. The menu is constantly changing, but can feature dishes like Agnolotti, Oysters and more.

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pimento cheese sandwich
Farm to Ladle

The perfect lunch – soup or salad, a delicious sandwich, and maybe a cookie for dessert. Farm to Ladle brings you the freshest version of that lunch every day, consistently with their fresh ingredients, focus on healthy fare and beautiful interiors at The Avalon and Ponce City Market.

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Buttermilk Pancakes at Farmview Market
Farmview Market

Nothing tastes better than local. So at Farmview Market in Madison, GA, you better believe everything is delicious!

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Fat Matt's Rib Shack
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack

Fat Matt’s serves up all the things you want in great Q without the embellishments and gimmicks that other places use to draw customers. No, Fat Matt’s does it by serving damn good food.

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The Chicken White Pizza from Firepit Pizza Tavern
Firepit Pizza Tavern

Every great neighborhood deserves a great restaurant-bar where locals can have a great meal with friends, sidle up for a cozy drink or a slice of pizza and catch their favorite team on TV!

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Million Dollar Bacon from First Watch.
First Watch

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.

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The Kale Salad with Salmon at Flower Child
Flower Child

For a healthy and delicious meal made entirely from scratch, look no further! Flower Child is here to satisfy both your stomach and your soul.

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Fried ribs from Foggy Bottom BBQ
Foggy Bottom BBQ

Nestled in Loganville just east of Atlanta lies a spot with award winning meats & cajun cuisine your mouth is gonna water for.

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Grandma Wonton BBQ Pork Noodles from Food Terminal.
Food Terminal

Malaysia is known for its amazing street food that brings together the cultures of Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific all together.

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Brisket from Ford's BBQ in Tucker, GA.
Ford’s BBQ

When Ford’s BBQ owners Justin and Faith Bradford went to Texas to celebrate their honeymoon, they visited some of the best BBQ places in the country. It was an eye opener for what Justin’s BBQ future could be. Now, with Ford’s BBQ he’s bringing that experience to put his spin on BBQ – including brisket birria tacos for one – with bolder flavors and a unique approach to sides. Every small town should have a great BBQ place, and luckily, Tucker has Ford’s BBQ.

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Foundation Social Eatery

Foundation Social Eatery is a neighborhood restaurant you must try, even if you don’t live in Roswell.

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Four65 Woodfire Grill

Four65 Woodfire Grill doesn’t disappoint. Everything is cooked in high end, Italian woodfire ovens…

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Short Rib and sides from Fox Bros BBQ.
Fox Bros. BBQ

Sample the Texan-slash-Southern style slow & slow cooked Hickory-smoked meats at one of Atlanta’s famous BBQ spots!

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The Tomahawk Steak from Frankie's the Steakhouse.
Frankie’s The Steakhouse

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.

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Fred’s Meat and Bread

Located in Krog Street Market, Fred’s Meat and Bread is everything that there is to love about food. Fred’s has the charm and flare of an old school soda shop with a pull up counter serving up some of Atlanta’s best comfort classics.

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Tucked into the oldest neighborhood in Atlanta, Inman Park’s Fritti is bringing old school pizza to Atlanta.

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The Double Stack burger at From the Earth Brewing
From the Earth Brewing Company

Fusing culinary experiences with a fondness for farm-to-table fare, From the Earth Brewing Company is more than a microbrewer.

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Vampiro Tacos from Frontera Mexican Kitchen
Frontera Mexican Kitchen

Frontera is one of Atlanta’s most iconic Mexican restaurants and has been serving incredible South of the Border flavors for over 35 years. Whether it’s delicious twists on tacos like their tacos vampiros, their incredible steak burritos (sourced from Frontera’s meat processor), or their mouthwatering margaritas (made with Frontera’s own barrel of Herradura Tequila), everything you want is front and center at Frontera!

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Fumi is a restaurant that truly has it all: a gorgeous ambiance, the best quality foods you can find, great pricing, outdoor seating, an extensive bar with an impressive sake selection, private dining, an all-out sushi bar and hibachi for groups of any size.

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It’s Friday night. The kids are full of energy for the weekend and you’re exhausted from a week of work. The answer? Galla’s pizza!

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Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano

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.

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Goin' Coastal
Goin’ Coastal

With locations in Virginia-Highland, and in a historic neighborhood in downtown Canton, Goin’ Coastal hauls in influences from all over the world for its menu.

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Goldberg’s Deli

There are some things that transcend Atlanta’s fabled brunch culture. Beyond the deviled eggs and the skillet scrambles, beyond the 45 minute waits to be seated when all you want is something to much on the go, is something much simpler: bagels.

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Brisket plate from Greater Good BBQ.
Greater Good BBQ

Platters of smoked ribs, potato skins piled high with pimento cheese and pulled pork, and probably the best collard greens you’ve ever had. We’re talking Greater Good BBQ.

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Grindhouse Killer Burgers

Atlanta’s Grindhouse Killer Burgers locations serve burgers that are more than worth getting your hands on.

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Grub Burger Bar

A modern interpretation of an old school burger joint, Grub keeps everything consistently flavorful and exciting, from the burgers to the over-the-top desserts.

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Chengdu Cold Noodles from Gu's Kitchen.
Gu’s Kitchen

Gu’s Kitchen is Atlanta’s authentic Szechuan family restaurant.  Created in Buford Highway in 2010, Gu’s Kitchen serves incredible dumplings and noodles in the spicy Szechuan style of China’s City of Chengdu.

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Get your tickets…errrr, reservations…to Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow, a creative new concept in cuisine and scene.

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50 shades of purple cocktail from Gypsy Kitchen.
Gypsy Kitchen

For years, Gypsy Kitchen has been a go-to restaurant for Happy Hour and fun nights in Buckhead. One night out on their patio and you’ll understand why – between great cocktails, fantastic food and the best vibes on any patio in Metro Atlanta, there’s lots to love at Gypsy Kitchen.

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Hals on Old Ivy
Hal’s “The Steakhouse”

A wonderful mixture of Gatsby style and southern charm. Welcome to Hal’s!

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Half Mile Farm

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.

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Hammocks Trading Company
Hammock’s Trading Company

Kick back, relax, and get your drink-with-a-tiny-umbrella on at this Baja California-feelin’ seafood joint.

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Smoked short rib grilled cheese from Hamp and Harry's
Hamp and Harry’s

Hamp and Harry’s is a relatively new restaurant on Marietta Square. They have a great bar program, delicious locally sourced dishes, and a sexy atmosphere. Named after Scott “Hampton” McCray and Scott “Harrison” Kerns, Hamp and Harry’s focuses on in season produce and a rotating menu with excellent small plates and a handful of incredible entrees.

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Crab rolls from Hampton + Hudson
Hampton + Hudson

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.

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Hankook Taqueria
Hankook Taqueria

Located off of Collier Road in Atlanta, Hankook specializes in Korean bbq tacos made fresh to order for a line that regularly extends out the front door.

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Harvest Moon Cafe

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.

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cheese stuffed sausage at Hattie Marie's
Hattie Marie’s BBQ

A taste of Texas right at on our fingertips! Hattie Marie’s Texas Style BBQ and Cajun Kitchen is bringing finger licking good Port Arthur, TX flavor to downtown with NO apologies.

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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.

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Hearth Pizza Tavern

Fresh, oven fired pizzas in the Sandy Springs neighborhood keep the locals and people from all around coming back.

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Heirloom Market BBQ Jiyeon and Cody
Heirloom Market BBQ

To drive by this place without stopping would be a mistake, because in a town that loves its ‘cue, Heirloom Market BBQ is among the best.

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Henri’s Bakery and Deli

Henri Fiscus created a gourmet bakery in downtown Atlanta in 1929 at the corner of 10th and Peachtree Streets. For 90 years, this Atlanta institution has been creating gourmet baked goods, mouth watering sandwiches

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Highland Bakery

Highland Bakery, with locations on the corner of Sampson and Highland in the Old Fourth Ward, and on the corner of 14th and Peachtree, is one of Atlanta’s favorite brunch spots.

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The pot roast from Hob Nob

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.

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Holeman & Finch Public House

This acclaimed Buckhead gastropub – and its illustrious late-night burger – needs no introduction.

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Honey Pig

Korean BBQ done tableside in Duluth.

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the lobster roll from Hook Line and Schooner
Hook, Line & Schooner

Who said fine dining can’t be casual? At Hook Line & Schooner you can slurp your oysters and wear your jeans. Choose to enjoy your meal in the casual dining area, or outside on the patio to pair the fresh air with the fresh food.

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Fried Wings and Sauces from Hoots Wings.
Hoots Wings

When you’re wondering what’s for dinner, wings always win. And between their delicious spices and mouthwatering sauces, Hoots can deliver thousands of different flavor combinations for your wing order.

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Hop City

Atlanta’s go-to spot for growlers, wine & homebrew kits.

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Poke tostadas from Hopstix

What do you get when you combine delicious, expertly made sushi, a Robata bar and a brewery featuring 13 original beers on tap?

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Chicken and Waffles from Hot Betty in Tucker, GA.
Hot Betty’s Breakfast Bar

Hot Betty’s is one of Atlanta’s best breakfast restaurants, right in the heart of Main Street in Tucker, GA. Surrounded by tons of energy and locally owned, independent businesses, owner Shea Powell and Executive Chef West McGill have created a community gathering spot inspired by Powell’s grandmother Betty.

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After a 15 year hiatus, Houck’s Grille is back and better than ever!

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Hugo's Oysters from Hugo's Oyster Bar in Roswell, GA
Hugo’s Oyster Bar

At Hugo’s Oyster Bar in Roswell, the atmosphere is always casual. But that doesn’t mean they take it easy in the kitchen. Hugo’s food is five star, using the freshest ingredients from the gulf and the best recipes from New Orleans.

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Veal Parmesan from Il Giallo.
Il Giallo

Get the authentic flavors of Italy right in the heart of Sandy Springs! Il Giallo from Chef Jamie Adams makes their pasta on-site, uses fresh ingredients and has an ambiance that’s perfect for date night or the entire family.

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Ippolitos Pizza

Ippolito’s presents classic and nostalgic Italian dishes, served family-style, in a neighborhood restaurant with lots of local flair…that is, if you can resist the overwhelming urge to fill up on their famous garlic knots first!

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Avocado toast topped with a heart shaped poached egg from Jpresso
J Presso

You’re never a stranger at Jpresso coffeeshop and restaurant in Hapeville. It’s for good reason – they’re like a defacto community center, with regulars and local residents doing everything from hanging out to holding meetings at the space. In her childhood, owner Christine Ahn’s family owned a Hapeville convenience store – now, Jpresso is the culmination of her childhood dreams. So you know she loves the community.

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The Blueberry Crunchcakes from J. Christopher's
J. Christopher’s

The perfect stack of pancakes. An omelette that makes your mouth water. A flaky biscuit topped with poached eggs. The sights, sounds and familiar flavors of breakfast are there for you at every J. Christopher’s location.

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Pizza from Jen Chan's Supper Club
Jen Chan’s

At Jen Chan’s, Eat Supper Together isn’t just a slogan for the restaurant – they live it with their Cabbagetown community and all of the guests around metro Atlanta who stop by. Owner Jen Chan started the restaurant with her wife Emily in early 2019, and after two shorts years – and one pandemic – they’ve become a neighborhood favorite.

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Mike's Famous Philly from Jersey Mike's.
Jersey Mike’s

If you’ve ever been to one of the great cities or states in the Northeast, you’ve probably had a chance to dig in to a great sub or sandwich. And at every Jersey Mike’s location, you can take a bite of this great Northeastern tradition.

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Brisket, pulled pork and sausage from Jim 'N Nick's BBQ
Jim ‘N Nick’s BBQ

For southern barbecue that’s really good AND really authentic, look no further than Jim ’N Nick’s. Since 1985, this BBQ joint has been serving up fresh, made to order southern classics for everyone in Atlanta (and their mothers).

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Jimmy’s describes this dish “so good it should be a crime.” This 32 ounce Tomahawk steak is perfectly seasoned and grilled, and served with grilled corn, jalapenos, sausage, rice, and beans.
Jimmy’s Tequila and Carnes

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.

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Ramen from Jinya Ramen bar
Jinya Ramen Bar

At Jinya Ramen Bar, you’ll always walk away with a shirt full of ramen broth and a smile. Start with their small plates, including incredible pork buns and crispy chicken.

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Johnny’s Pizza

If you’re in the Southeast, you can taste a little piece of New York with Johnny’s NY Pizza. Each Johnny’s shares the same quality, consistency & hometown NY feel that is hard to find this south of the Mason Dixon.

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Shaved ice from Juniper Cafe
Juniper Cafe

West Midtown Atlanta’s Juniper Cafe takes a modern approach to pan Asian food in a modern Vietnamese Cafe and Bakery. Chef Ron Hsu is a James Beard semifinalist and uses his expertise in Classical French cuisine and combines it with his Chinese roots to create incredible Vietnamese food, which is the perfect intersection between French and Chinese culture.

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Bananas Foster French Toast from Just Brunch Breakfast Bar.
Just Brunch Breakfast Bar

At Just Brunch Breakfast Bar in Duluth, they are singularly focused on one thing – creating a great brunch dish. Owner Keith Kash learned to cook from his mother, who inspired him to open both Just Brunch and his other restaurants, Who’s Got Soul (in fact, Just Brunch is decorated with some of her favorite records and books throughout).

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K BBQ Factory

Nestled in Duluth, K BBQ Factory is both a delicious and entertaining dining experience.

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the Greek sampler platter at Kafenio

Kafenio is the quintessential cozy coffee shop, with comfy seating, antique elements, and flavorful brews every which way you take your cup of Joe.

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dry aged ribeye from Kaiser's Chophouse
Kaiser’s Chophouse

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.

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Kale Me Crazy - Smoothies
Kale Me Crazy

When Roi Shlomo decided to change his eating habits in 2012, he wanted to focus his diet on high quality food without processed ingredients. That desire has turned into Kale Me Crazy, a superfood cafe that supports a healthy lifestyle. With freshly made juices, incredible wraps and bowls, and a catering spread that breaks convention, Kale Me Crazy is bringing a healthy lifestyle to folks around metro Atlanta and the rest of the country.

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A grain and protein bowl from KARV Kitchen
KARV Kitchen

Atlanta’s best fast casual mediterranean cuisine is at KARV Kitchen. Created by Atlanta restauranteur Sandy Papadapolous, KARV delivers authentic mediterranean cuisine and chef inspired meals in a fast casual setting. Everything at KARV is fresh – from the braised lamb and short rib to the rotisserie chicken, to the Greek-imported pita bread, sauces and more! Celebrate flavor and family on your next visit to KARV.

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The Georgia Pie from Karvelas Pizza Co.
Karvelas Pizza Co.

There are three f words you can use to describe Karvelas Pizza Co. – Fun, Family and Freaking good pizza. A family owned pizzeria that has a neighborhood hangout atmosphere in all of their locations (Hogansville, LaGrange, Newnan and West Point), they’re the best place to have fun OTP in every direction. They’re also no slouches in the kitchen.

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Kevin Rathbun Steak dry aged USDA Prime.
Kevin Rathbun Steak

Kevin Rathbun Steak is just steps away from the famous Atlanta Beltline, but it’s more than access to Atlanta’s most frequented attraction that keeps customers coming. With a modern sexy dining experience, and the incredible service you find at Kevin Rathbun’s restaurants, you’re in for a great night with every visit.

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Gulf shrimp from King and Duke.
King and Duke

When you first walk into King & Duke, you feel like you have stepped into an editorial spread for Garden & Gun. Everything screams ‘this is how man was supposed to eat.’. After lingering at the bar, you’ll immediately be drawn to the roaring fire in the kitchen. And this is truly where the magic happens at King & Duke. With perfectly roasted game and bubbling bone marrow, you’ll want everything you see.

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This autentíco Columbian kitchen brings a taste of the old country to Cobb County.

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Kirby G’s Diner

Established in 2008, this 1950’s diner has a wide variety of delicious dishes to chose from all with names throwing it back to the 50’s.

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The Original Italian hoagie from Knuckies Hoagies.
Knuckies Hoagies

Knuckies Hoagies has quickly become one of Atlanta’s go-to sub sandwich and hoagie shops for good reason. It all starts with the bread. Knuckies CEO Todd Broaderick was experimenting with baked breads for a pizza shop when he realized he made the perfect sandwich roll.

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KR Steakbar
KR Steakbar

Kevin Rathbun’s fourth Atlanta restaurant is a fine addition to his eponymous Rathbun’s, Kevin Rathbun Steak, and Krog Bar.

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Krystal Burgers

A passion that has been passed down from generation to generation, the Krystal experience is one that every Southern man, woman and child has shared.

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Lamb chops from Kyma

Kyma isn’t a modern Mediterranean seafood tavern. No, Kyma is more than that. It is a modern Mediterranean seafood experience; a celebration of Greek culture and cuisine.

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La Parrilla

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.

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La Tavola

A cozy neighborhood gem, situated in the heart of the Virginia Highlands. And with a menu filled with veal meatballs and house made pasta along with a wine list that always surprises, you’ll be hard pressed to ever want to leave.

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Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall

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.

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Totchos from LaGarde.

Atlanta Chef Jamie Adams comes from a rich cajun background, with two parents born and raised in New Orleans. He’s taken his history and combined it with his expertise in the kitchen to create LaGarde – Chamblee’s best new restaurant for cajun cuisine.

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Lagasse’s Stadium

Where else would you expect to find the #1 sports bar in the world except for Las Vegas? And Emeril Lagasse built it in a way that will leave you stunned and wanting more. Bringing his passion for Cajun cooking and love of sports, you’ll seriously consider moving in to this one-of-a-kind spot!

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Bourbon Marinated Top Sirloin from Largos in Cartersville, GA.

1,188 views • Feb 21, 2022 • Head to California via Cartersville at Largos restaurant! Located in Cartersville’s historic East End, the restaurant is nestled next to recently opened breweries, axe throwing and more by developer David S. Holt. Inspired by Napa valley, they upscale, healthy, American cuisine. With cocktails changing seasonally and the menu items to match from Chef Ryan Doyle, you’ll have a great date night, girls’ night or celebration with every visit to Largos.

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The BBQ Bison Meatloaf from Lazy Dog Restaurant
Lazy Dog

Rocky Mountain vibes and an incredible scratch kitchen – Lazy Dog beautifully blends those two elements into one delicious restaurant. With interiors inspired by Jackson Hole – featuring aspen trees, fire pits, and a log cabin feel – being inside of Lazy Dog feels cozy.

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Lee’s Bakery

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.

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Local Republic
Local Republic

Lawrenceville’s Local Republic, close to the clean country air, should be in any conversation about farm-to-table cuisine.

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Local Three

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

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Longhorn Steakhouse

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. Even with its rise in popularity, Longhorn Steakhouse never forgot its Atlanta roots and customer focused culture. Based in the South, the fan base is passionate and loyal and, in return, hospitality is always emphasized.

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Fajitas from Los Cowboys in Villa Rica.
Los Cowboys

Villa Rica’s best Mexican restaurant is Los Cowboys! They have sizzling fajita plates with the red (peppers), greens (jalapenos) and whites (onions) of the Mexican flag, fantastic flautas, terrific tacos and more. Find out why folks in Villa Rica love Los Cowboys!

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Five minutes from the Beltline, skip the bacon, eggs and biscuit brunch places and grab a LottaFrutta.

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Louisiana Bistreaux

If you’ve ever been to New Orleans, you know it’s a City with its own flavor and spice. But if you can’t make it out there, you can get all the flavor and spice you need at Louisiana Bistreaux.

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Smoked wings from Lovies BBQ.
Lovie’s BBQ

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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The gamechanger sandwich from Loyal Q.
Loyal Q and Brew

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.

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NY Strip from Luciano's Ristorante Italiano.

North Atlanta’s best Northern Italian, fine dining experience is at Luciano’s in Duluth. With a family friendly atmosphere and decor inspired by Rome, everything at Luciano is inspired by the name, which translated literally, which means “light”. With an incredible menu that includes delicious pastas, brick oven pizzas, delicious steaks, homemade desserts like tiramisu and zeppoles, and much, much more, it’s the perfect place to bring family for a big event. Plus, they have an incredible wine selection and infused, smoked cocktails like their impressive Old Fashioned.

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The GA Dawg Pounder burger from Lucky's Burger and Brew
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.

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Lure: To attract or entice. By Merriam-Webster’s definition, Lure, Fifth Group Restaurants’ Midtown fish house, is aptly named.

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Lobster Roll from Mac's Raw Bar - available only on Tuesday's at lunch.
Mac’s Raw Bar

Mac’s Raw Bar is a seafood restaurant in the heart of Marietta Square, featuring dozens of different types of raw oysters every day, incredible seafood options, fantastic cocktails and much more. They ensure they get the freshest seafood product available for an incredible bite in every dish. They also have a huge focus on front of house with some of the best service in Marietta Square! Don’t miss out on Mac’s Raw Bar!

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MADE Kitchen and Cocktails

Expert pairings of cocktails along with small plate tapas give guests a unique combination of indulgence and comfort.

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Maggiano's Chicken Carbonara
Maggiano’s Little Italy

Maggiano’s has been bringing Italy to the Atlanta area for 20 years and they are top on our list.

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Country Fried Steak from Magnolia Room Cafeteria.
Magnolia Room Cafeteria

When you smell a magnolia tree, you know you’re in the South. When you walk into The Magnolia Room in Tucker, you feel like you’re at home.

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The Black Bean Noodles from Man Chun Hong.
Man Chun Hong

Buford Highway’s most high end, delicious Chinese restaurant is Man Chun Hong. Owner Jason Chang was born in Korea but his parents are from China. They emigrated to Korea and came to the US when he was 8 years and his entire history influences the menu at Man Chun Hong.

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Homemade Meatloaf from Manchester Arms in College Park.
Manchester Arms

Atlanta bound British flyers don’t have to go far once they land – Manchester Arms in College Park will feel a little like home – with some American South sprinkled in. Since 2005, Manchester Arms has been serving home cooked meals for everyone in College Park in a bucolic neighborhood setting.

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The McClusky Burger at Manuel's Tavern.
Manuel’s Tavern

The story of Manuel’s Tavern goes back decades, to a Lebanese immigrant who opened a bar across the street from the Georgia State Capitol. Politicians would go to the bar to drink and socialize, and when the family moved to Poncey Highland in 1956, the politicians followed.

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Beef Wellington from Marcel in West Midtown.

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.

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Marco’s Pizza

Incredible tomato sauce, handmade dough, and fresh ingredients everyday are just a few things that make Marco’s one of the best pizzerias in the business.

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French Toast from the Marietta Diner
Marietta Diner

The Marietta Diner wants to make sure you never leave hungry. With enormous portions and 24 hour a day service, you can get breakfast, lunch, and dinner – and pretty much anything else you want – from the diner.

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Marietta Fish Market

At Marietta Fish Market, the seafood is flown in daily. Whether it’s flounder from the Northeast, crab legs from Alaska, shrimp and grouper from the gulf, lobsters from Maine, Chilean sea bass or Greek lavraki..

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Marlow’s Tavern

Meet me at Marlow’s!

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Matthews Cafeteria

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.

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Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria

You won’t find coal-fired flavor like this anywhere else in Atlanta.

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McCray's Tavern 6th Street Nachos
McCray’s Tavern

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.

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Fried chicken from Milton's.
Milton’s Cuisine and Cocktails

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.

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Mondo Italian Kitchen

When you come dine at this family-run restaurant, you’ll really feel part of the family.

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Moxie Burger
Moxie Burger

Sourcing its beef from Buckhead Beef, Moxie assembles “awesome creations” in a bun.

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A breakfast burrito from Muchacho

Right off the Atlanta Beltline, you can find Muchacho, one of ATL’s best spots for breakfast tacos, coffee and cocktails, all in one of the coolest restaurant venues in the city. Built in an old railroad depot, Muchacho knows good design – in fact, you’ll probably notice most of the customers wearing Muchacho branded apparel. With a focus on experienced baristas and bartenders, Muchacho is ready to serve up any drink you’re craving.

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Whether you’re brunching or lunching, dinner-ing or dessert-ing, Murphy’s does it all. And they do it all right.

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Muss and Turner’s

Epicurean enthusiasts Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner only wanted one thing: to build the restaurant they would want to eat at. Turns out what they had in mind was just what Smyrna was craving, too.

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Nahm Thai Cuisine

Before you physically eat any of Chef Nahm’s delicious creations, you’ll devour them with your eyes first.

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Sushi and Sashimi platter from Nakato

Nakato has been serving up some of the best Japanese cuisine in Atlanta since 1972, proving that fine dining can be fun dining. With their extensive selection of traditional hibachi and teppanyaki dishes, Nakato is fit to satisfy your whole party – and all of their cravings. The sushi menu at Nakato is equally impressive, featuring all kinds of rolls and bowls made with the freshest fish and prepared using traditional Japanese techniques.

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The Pho at Nam Kitchen
NAM Kitchen

NAM Kitchen is a Vietnamese restaurant all about the experience. Vietnamese culture treats meal time as an opportunity for family to come together and celebrate!

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Pho from Nam Phuong on Buford Highway.
Nam Phuong

The Best Vietnamese food in Buford Highway is at Nam Phuong. With a focus on authentic Vietnamese flavors with a creative approach, Nam Phuong delivers with every meal – whether it’s pho, delicious rolls, fried rice, spare ribs and more. Learn more about this Buford Highway staple and why you need to nosh on Nam Phuong now!

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New Realm Brewing Company

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.

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Tomahawk steak from NY Prime
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.

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Nikolai’s Roof

Nikolai’s Roof serves up classy caviar and sure-fire martinis, but how about an outstanding rack of lamb, a delicious duck breast and the perfect steak. Located in Downtown Atlanta on the top of the Hilton hotel, Nikolai’s Roof provides a view like nothing else in the city.

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Detroit Style Pizza from Nina + Rafi
Nina & Rafi

Nina and Rafi has answered Atlanta’s Italian cuisine-related prayers with their ristorante per famiglie (family restaurant), providing the city with incredible craft made pizzas.

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The Parrillada los reyes from No Mas Cantina
No Mas Cantina

Step into Mexico the next time you head to Castleberry Hill at No Mas Cantina. Featuring incredible Mexican dishes and mouth watering Margaritas, this restaurant is enormous and can hold your next large party with ease.

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No. 246

At No. 246 almost everything else is sourced locally, from the Georgia white shrimp to the Sweetgrass Dairy goat cheese and north Georgia trout.

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Noble Fin

Father-son culinary stars behind 4th and Swift serve up daily oysters and a constantly evolving menu to explore new combinations of flavors.

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The spicy chicken cuban sandwich and the Mangonatta from Nom Station.
Nom Station

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.

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Nori Nori

With over 36 varieties of fresh sushi, udon noodles, calamari salad, hibachi, & so much more, Nori Nori has anything a Japanese food lover could ever want.

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Steak from Nowak's Restaurant

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.

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Chile Relleno from Nuevo Laredo Cantina.
Nuevo Laredo

Serving up classic Mexican dishes, Nuevo Laredo wows diners with everything you could possibly want in, on, or near a tortilla.

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Oak Grove Market Salads
Oak Grove Market

Reminiscent of the old-style neighborhood store where you could get a soda, a sandwich, and some groceries for home, OGM is as much a place to meet as a place to eat.

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Lobster Roll from Ocean and Acre in alpharetta.
Ocean and Acre

Ocean and Acre is bringing the Northern California dining experience to Alpharetta’s The Halcyon. With a menu that sources local farm to table ingredients and seafood from the Georgia coast, Ocean and Acre is a true farm to table celebration. Enjoy their sunny patio with a bar window for that afternoon cocktail brunch, or head in for a romantic dinner in their beautifully designed, high ceiling space.

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Beans and Ribs from Old Brick Pit BBQ
Old Brick Pit BBQ

They’ve been open for 40 years and continue to make delicious, slow cooked meats in their classic Old Brick Pit.

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Old Vinings Inn

Historic, charming & cozy — if you’re looking for an incredible southern meal in a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere, Old Vinings Inn is a great choice.

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The crispy scored flounder from Olde Pink House in Savannah, GA.
Olde Pink House – Savannah

With a history as old as Savannah itself, the Olde Pink House is a perfect icon for Georgia’s coastal jewel. Celebrate their 250 year anniversary as a building and nearly 100 years as a restaurant by visiting Savannah and adding them to your itinerary.

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One Flew South

One Flew South is a globally recognized restaurant, thanks to having the only Michelin starred restaurant in an airport, at Hartsfield Jackson. Influenced by the global travelers who visit the airport and using local ingredients, One Flew South features menu items from around the world, curated by world class chefs. Now, they’ve added a second location right off the Atlanta beltline, where chef Todd Richards can have more freedom to flex his muscles around the menu – including smoked and grilled proteins from their patio.

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The Peach Pancake from Original Pancake House
Original Pancake House – Alpharetta

The Original Pancake House has been serving up “pancakes as you like them!” since 1953. Everything is made from scratch and to order, using locally sourced ingredients to ensure that the freshest food ends up on your plate.

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Osteria Mattone

After a trip to Italy, Ryan Pernice decided to bring a taste of Rome to Canton Street. From pizza on the patio to delicate pasta paired with the perfect glass of wine, you’ll be transported to the Mediterranean immediately.

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New York Strip from Pampas Steakhouse in Johns Creek.
Pampas Steakhouse

A legendary Atlanta steakhouse, Pampas Steakhouse has been serving Johns Creek residents incredible, Argentinian style steaks for nearly 20 years – and has gained the attention of Zagats, Wine Spectator and others for their delicious food, top notch service, and beautiful decor.

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A mojito from Papi's Cuban Grill.
Papi’s Cuban and Caribbean Grill

Who is the Papi in Papi’s Cuban and Caribbean Grill? Owner Reynaldo Regalado’s father inspired the name with his delicious Sunday family meals, filled with love. Now, with the culinary expertise of his wife Teresa, Papi’s delivers one of ATL’s best Cuban sandwiches, tostones, coffee, tres leches and more.

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Park Tavern

Park Tavern has it all — amazing food and drinks, beautiful views, and a prime location at the entrance of Piedmont Park.

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Parma Tavern
Parma Tavern

Gastro Italiano right next to the Mall of Georgia. And yeah, this is the place to get a Krispy Kreme burger, what’s not to love about that?

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Parma Tavern
Parma Tavern

Gastro Italiano right next to the Mall of Georgia. And yeah, this is the place to get a Krispy Kreme burger, what’s not to love about that?

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Pasta Bella Baked Pasta
Pasta Bella

Looking for positively massive meatballs and all the garlic knots you could ever want? Pasta Bella is just the ticket. This hidden gem from the Marietta Restaurant Group is a consistently solid, affordable, and family-friendly spot for scrumptious pasta, craveworthy cannolis, and more. The portions are absurd, so wear stretchy pants and prepare to bring some leftovers home for days to come!

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PBR Atlanta

Still ready to party after the Braves take a W at home? Stop by PBR Atlanta for a night of drinks, dancing, and fun!

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Peach & the Porkchop

If you’re looking for delightful, farm-to-table meals with prime hospitality, look no further than Peach & the Porkchop.

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French Onion Soup from Petite Violette in Brookhaven, GA.
Petite Violette

“Food is a reason for living” is the motto at Petite Violette. In what was formally known as Petite Auberge has emerged the finest French dining establishment in Atlanta.

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The original cheesesteak from Philly Connection
Philly Connection

This fast casual chain had been specializing in cheesesteak perfection for 33 years.

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the brodetto at Piastra

Marietta Square brings that small town feel to the metro Atlanta area. And every small town should have a delicious, authentic Italian restaurant in their town square. Piastra delivers on all of that and more…

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Piece of Cake

Two best friends, Helen and Melissa, and co-founders of Piece of Cake started this bakery with three original recipes and now have a variety of tasty cakes!

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Pig-N-Chik BBQ

There is something special about this barbecue joint. No frill, but Pig-N-Chik supplies a lot of flavor and unique menu items.

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Smoked Wings from Pit Boss BBQ.
Pit Boss BBQ

When you can smell smoke driving in…when the line is out the door…when the sides are simmering all day – you know you’re at a good BBQ spot. Delta employees and Hapeville residents have been coming to Pit Boss BBQ for years for some of the best smoked wings, ribs and brisket anywhere!

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The flavors of the mediterranean are all over Atlanta – and you can find them at PITA Mediterranean street food. What is mediterranean street food? Delicious gyros, falafels, hummus, babaganoush and tabouleh.

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Pizzeria Lucca

Roswell’s got a new Neapolitan pizza spot in town, and it’s already turning heads.

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Ponko Chicken

Where does East meet West in the South? At PONKO chicken! This Japanese inspired fast casual restaurant was a Stone Mountain institution until it took a break for a few years after the 2008 recession.

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Linguini Frutti di Mare from Pricci.

There is no shortage of remarkable, high-end places to dine in Buckhead. But if you want to impress, Pricci will do just that. Nosh on great Italian and Modern American fare; highlights include the Osso Bucco and Pork chop which are both great dishes to share with a date.

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PURE Taqueria

So much more than just outstanding tacos!

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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.

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Ray’s at Killer Creek

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.

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Ray's On the River
Ray’s on the River

Ray’s on the River in Sandy Springs is one of those rare places where the food is matched by the beautiful view.

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The Don Diego bowl from Recess.

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.

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Red Pepper Taqueria

Since 2011, Red Pepper Taqueria has been delivering delicious, fresh Mexican fare daily. Led in the kitchen by the incomparable Chef Mimmo – Red Pepper uses fresh, local ingredients whenever possible, separating them from other Mexican restaurants in the area.

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Strawberry Watercress Salad from Restaurant 356 at the Porsche Experience Center.
Restaurant 356

At the headquarters of Porsche, you can have the ultimate dining experience and the ultimate driving experience all in one. Restaurant 356, located inside of Porsche headquarters with views of the Porsche Experience Center track, is one of the most unique fine dining destinations in the country. Named after Porsche’s first production car, Restaurant 356 features nods throughout the restaurant to Porsche’s history – from the leather seating to the art on its walls.

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Revolution Doughnuts

If Willie Wonka made doughnuts, these are the doughnuts he’d make.

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Rico's World Kitchen
Rico’s World Kitchen

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.

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Mac and cheese from Roc South.
Roc South

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.

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Rosati’s Pizza and Sports Pub

This Chicago style sports pub in Sandy Springs has been serving up deep dish pizza, Chicago style hotdogs, and authentic Chicago style beef since 1964 with recipes dating back to the 1890’s.

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Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Born in New Orleans, one of the most incredible food towns in the world, this restaurant now has locations all over the country.

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A grain bowl at Saladworks

The freshest ingredients always sounds good but this is a goodness you can taste! Saladworks brings you your old friends like a chicken caesar and lets you make new ones!

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Shawarma from Samad Grill in Sandy Springs.
Samad Mediterranean Grill

Everyone in Sandy Springs knows about Samad Mediterranean Grill. It’s not just because of the friendly owners you see in Lesley and Jamal Samad. Or the incredible selection of goods from Croatia, Greece, Lebanon, Turkey and other countries of the region. Or the incredible Lebanese dishes Mr. Samad is always cooking up in his kitchen. It’s because they love Sandy Springs.

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Mimosa Hard Seltzer from Scofflaw Brewing Co
Scofflaw Brewing Co.

During the early 20th century American prohibition, a newspaper in Boston asked what to name individuals who weren’t breaking the law by brewing or distilling, but were breaking it by enjoying the drinks. The term “scofflaw” was created to identify these individuals scoffing at the law. Atlanta’s Scofflaw brewing pays tribute to this history with each of their delicious beers and canned cocktails.

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The Scream'n Nut donut and ice cream sandwich from Scream'n Nuts
Scream’n Nuts

After a long week of work, keeping your house in order and trying to maintain your sanity, you’ve earned a trip to Scream’n Nuts.

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Apple brined porkchop from Secreto Southern Kitchen and Bar
Secreto Southern Kitchen + Bar

The best kept “secret” of Brookhaven and Alpharetta is ready to get let out of the bag. This spot is the place for reimagined favorites.

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Locally sourced, seasonal ingredients in a sleek, vibrant setting.

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Seoul K BBQ

Check out one of the 4 Seoul K BBQ Breakers Express locations around Atlanta (and counting!). People are flocking to their healthy, grilled, flavorful and saucy takes on the Korean BBQ classics and some Korean twists on American staples.

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Chef Scott Serpas’s menu features some of the best Southern comfort food you will find with succulent exciting twists.

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Shake Shack

A cult favorite brings burgers and shakes to Atlanta.

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The Cowboy Burger from Sidelines Grille
Sidelines Grille

Sidelines Grille is a family sports bar and a neighborhood favorite at each of its four locations around metro Atlanta. Come for TV’s everywhere (including at your booth!), programmed nights with trivia and bingo, two dozen draft beers on tap, craft made cocktails and a menu that’s all over the map.

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Six Feet Under

Set across from Grant Park’s Oakland Cemetery, it’s only fitting that this aptly named pub serves Spicy Rat Toes and such…

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The Flipsecutioner sandwich at Smokejack
Smokejack BBQ

Hit the road and head to Smokejack! This downtown Alpharetta institution has been there since before the area’s revitalization and continues to deliver delicious BBQ and southern dishes every day.

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Ribs from Socks' Love Barbecue in Cumming.
Socks’ Love Barbecue

Steve Hartsock created Socks’ Love BBQ after discovering a passion he had for cooking, which led to him leaving a career in construction for one in catering, and eventually to his brick and mortar Socks’ Love BBQ location.

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The prosciutto cotto at Sorriso Apizza
Sorriso Apizza

For some, the best way to pass along family traditions and memories is through food. And at Sorriso Apizza in Alpharetta, they’re living the family legacy every day.

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Souper Jenny
Souper Jenny

Buckhead’s cozy Souper Jenny café may switch up its offerings on a daily basis, but one thing you can always count on is food that will satisfy.

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Pork belly with Coca-Cola gastrique from South City Kitchen.
South City Kitchen

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.

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The Crispy Brussel Salad at Southbound

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.

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Southern Art

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!

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Sports & Social

Its all in the name when it comes to Sports & Social. There are TV screens covering the walls and free interactive games all around.

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Serving up ‘cue to the masses since in 1926, Sprayberry’s is a legend in Newnan and beyond. But it’s more than BBQ, it’s family, Friday Night Lights and tradition. Oh, and the best lemon icebox pie you’ve ever had!

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Sprig is, as the Web site proclaims, “a community centered restaurant” serving Southern comfort food, made with locally sourced ingredients.

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The Khao Mun Gai from Sri Thai.
Sri Thai

Atlantic Station has tons of great options, but one restaurant in particular really sticks out. Sri Thai’s creative wooden structure gets your attention from the street, and their imaginative dishes get your attention in the restaurant.

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St. Cecilia

Ford Fry’s latest spot that has turned into the hottest table in Atlanta.

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Double Cheeseburger from STATS.
STATS Brewpub

The sports bar scene is booming in Atlanta, but STATS Brewpub really sets themselves ahead of the pack. The restaurant has tables furnished with beer taps, five different bars to ensure quick service, and 70 HD televisions for ample game coverage

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Queso Fundido available at Superica

Tex-Mex dishes – like the kind you can find in Superica – are their own incredible cuisine, built over generations in Texas and the American Southwest.

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Multiple Plates from Sweet Auburn BBQ.
Sweet Auburn BBQ

The story of Sweet Auburn BBQ is a quintessential American immigrant story, and at the center of it is Betty Hsu. Betty, her husband and children created the first Chinese restaurant in Henry County. The family would often spend more time in the restaurant than at home, but it’s where they learned Southern Hospitality, and where Betty’s children honed their skills.

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Taiwanese Chicken Nuggets from Sweet Hut Bakery and Cafe.
Sweet Hut Bakery

Sweet Hut Bakery and Cafe is an Asian focused bakery with incredible sweet and savory options for every palate. Owned by the same restauranteurs behind Atlanta’s Food Terminal, Sweet Hut makes their Malaysian, Southeast Asian and Japanese inspired menu accessible for folks who have never tried an Asian pastry before.

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Sweet Potato Cafe food
Sweet Potato Cafe

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.

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Smoked and Grilled Wings from Sweetwater Brewery.
Sweetwater Brewing Company

Atlanta’s #1 brewery is bringing West Coast style beer and delicious gastropub grub to your glass.

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Table and Main, Roswell
Table and Main

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.

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Taco Mac

Taco Mac serves the southeast’s original & award-winning buffalo wings, offers the best selection of craft beers on draft & brings the friendliest Southern hospitality they fell in love with so many years ago.

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Tannery Row Ale House

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.

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Taqueria del Sol

Few things say “fresh” quite like a good taco does, and that’s what Taqueria del Sol offers.

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Avocado egg rolls from Taqueria Tsunami.
Taqueria Tsunami

Looking for a family friendly restaurant that will teach your kids to eat things they may not be familiar with? Taqueria Tsunami brings the flavors of South of the Border and the Far East together in familiar, popular dishes like tacos, nachos and more.

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Tassa Roti Shop

Known as one of the most authentic Caribbean food restaurants in Metro Atlanta, Tassa Roti is a hot spot for Trinidadian cuisine with locations in both Marietta and Alpharetta.

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Cumin Duck at Tasty China
Tasty China

Every family needs a great Chinese spot nearby for dinner, and families all throughout Sandy Springs know that Tasty China is always a perfect option!

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Pastitsio from Taverna Plaka
Taverna Plaka

Taverna Plaka is a combination of Mediterranean, Italian and Greek cuisine alongside light-hearted entertainment. A Cheshire Bridge gem, be prepared for a party not only in the dining room, but in your tummy as well!

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Ted's Montana Grill - Bison Burger
Ted’s Montana Grill

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.

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The Lemon Tart with a cantaloupe sorbet from the Alden.
The Alden

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.

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The Beirut

Authentic Lebanese cuisine in Peachtree City.

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The Big Ketch

A beach break right around the corner! The Big Ketch brings your dreams of fresh seafood and beach bar vibes to Roswell.

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The Corner Grille

A little cafe in College Park that is changing the way people think of this sleepy town.

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The Curious Pig

The Curious Pig in Fayette County is a place where delicious, chef-driven food is created in an area with traditionally few options.

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Lobster Grilled Cheese Sandwich from The Duke pub.
The Duke

At The Duke in Dunwoody, you’ll get a genuine London pub experience with a unique British spin on your favorite bar bites.

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The Establishment

If you’re a smoked meat, whisky & craft cocktails fan, you’re gonna want to make a reservation here ASAP.

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Oatmeal Pancakes with Warm Peach Compote from Flying Biscuit
The Flying Biscuit Cafe

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.

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The General Muir

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.

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The Grove

Everyone needs a neighborhood spot. The is Decatur’s Cheers.

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Ham from the Honeybaked Ham Co.
The Honeybaked Ham Co.

We all know a honeybaked ham is a holiday tradition, but did you know they have delicious offerings year round, in addition to their mouthwatering ham? Whether it’s their new BBQ pulled pork sandwich, or their classic tavern club with ham and turkey, there’s something delicious and homey for every appetite. Plus, there’s always a Honeybaked nearby you – check out our map below for a full list of locations.

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The Iberian Pig - Paella | Photo: Courtesy of Iberian Pig
The Iberian Pig

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.

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The Ivy

An old mansion converted into a restaurant & bar is just one of the many awesome things about this Buckhead hot spot.

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Crawfish boil from the Juicy Crab.
The Juicy Crab

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!

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Crawfish boil from the Juicy Crab.
The Juicy Crab

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, where they make delicious crab, lobster, shrimp and crawfish boils in delicious sauces, all served to you in a convenient plastic bag (the better to get those sauces in all the shellfish nooks and crannies).

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The Local 7

Known as the Town Hall of Tucker, The Local 7 gives diners a small town feel, even though it’s just ten minutes outside of Atlanta. Basic bar food is kicked up seven notches here with a large, varied menu including fresh salads, yummy sammies and wraps, delicious burgers and other pub favorites. Located on Main Street, patrons come from surrounding cities to try the awesome food, including the very popular tater tots!

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king crab legs at the Marquee Club
The Marquee Club at the Fox Theatre

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.

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The Mill Kitchen and Bar

The Mill Kitchen and Bar proves you don’t have to live inside the perimeter to find absolutely incredible cuisine.

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Nest Cafe - Lolly Waffles
The Nest Cafe

The Nest Cafe is a full service European Bistro located in downtown Alpharetta, serving up paninis, soups, salads, gelato, and specialty beverages made fresh to order in a casual and welcoming environment.

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The Optimist

Thought Atlanta couldn’t be known for its seafood? Ford Fry’s award winning restaurant hopes to change your mind.

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Wings and Waffles at JR Crickets
The Original J.R. Crickets

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).

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The Palm

Power lunches, your face on the wall and the best Chicken Parm in Atlanta; what’s not to love at The Palm?

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The Pinewood

A true neighborhood gem in Decatur with craft cocktails and small plates.

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The Porter Beer Bar

800 beers (and not one of them is a Budweiser). Gourmet pub grub (like, actually really gourmet)

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Shrimp and Grits from the Real Milk and Honey in College Park, GA
The Real Milk and Honey

The restaurant boom in College Park started in one place – Real Milk and Honey. It’s one of the first black owned restaurants in the area that started the current brunch trend (that is showing no signs of letting up). People from all over Atlanta – and the country – come to Milk and Honey for the great vibes, loud music, awesome service and amazing food (like the best shrimp and grits in Atlanta).

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The Rotisserie Shop

You’re likely to see a lot of chain restaurants in Kennesaw, but this spot is anything but that.

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Miso Sea Bass from The Select
The Select

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!

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The Southern Gentleman

Chic New-American-meets-Southern restaurant with craft cocktails & locally sourced, seasonal food.

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There Bison Burger
There Bar & Eatery

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.

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Banana and Pecan French Toast from Thumbs Up Diner
Thumbs Up Diner

With a diverse and made-from-scratch menu serving breakfast until closing, Thumbs Up Diner is a neighborhood gem.

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Tin Lizzy’s Cantina

Tin Lizzy’s has taken traditional TexMex and upgraded the terminology to one that evokes more flair.

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Causas from Tio Lucho's in Poncey Highland.
Tio Lucho’s

Is Tio Lucho’s the best Peruvian restaurant in Atlanta? If you ask folks in Poncey Highland, the answer is YES. A newly established restaurant that’s already making its presence felt in this classic ATL community, Tio Lucho’s was named in honor of chef Arnaldo Castillo’s father who passed away shortly before the restaurant opened.

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The seafood platter from Tom, Dick and Hank.
Tom, Dick and Hank

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.

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Tomo changed the way we looked at sushi. The beauty of the plates brought out are like works of art on your table. Fish melts on your tongue and it’s impossible to not want more.

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The Signature Nachos from Top Golf
Top Golf

You don’t have to be any good at golf to have a great time at Top Golf! Yes, you can go and enjoy the high tech driving range even if you’ve never picked up a club before.

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The Taglierini Bolognese from Toscano.

Toscano is Atlanta’s newest Tuscan Italian restaurant and immediately making a delicious impact on Atlantic Station. Created by Linda Harrell and Gianni Betti, owners of Sandy Spring’s Cibo E Beve, Toscano translated literally means someone from Tuscany.

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Trader Vic’s

Right in the heart of downtown Atlanta lies a restaurant that is more like a tropical paradise! From Mai Tai’s to dishes prepared in woks & Chinese ovens to tiki memorabilia galore, Trader Vic’s has everything in place to put you in vacation mode!

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Truck and Tap

Truck and Tap is a new type of dining experience. A bar with different local food trucks coming each day, you could visit 7 days in a row and experience different ones all throughout the week!

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The buttermilk fried chicken sandwich from Tucker Brewing Company in Tucker, GA.
Tucker Brewing Company

Tucker Brewing Company is showing Atlanta and the rest of the country how great its beers can be. After winning a gold medal at the Great American Brew Festival with their Tucker Lager, they recently added a kitchen in August of 2020. They have mouthwatering dishes that pair perfectly with the beers, like a Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich, Beer Battered Fish and Chips, a Giant Pretzel with Beer cheese, fried sauerkraut bites, a burger and more.

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Tuk Tuk Thai Food Loft

Small plates to noodle dishes to perfectly crafted Thai specialties rule the roost. But, don’t overlook the beverages. The Thai Tea is almost too pretty to drink…almost.

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the mahi mahi taco at Tuza Taco
Tuza Taco

Mexico City street food comes to the westside of Atlanta at Tuza Taco. Step in to the lively atmosphere at Tuza and head to the bar for a delicious, hand crafted margarita.

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Twin Smokers

Just a block away from the Georgia Aquarium & Philips Arena, you’ve got bourbon & bbq that has the whole city buzzing.

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The 35 Day Dry Aged Rib Chop
Uncle Jack’s Meat House

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

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Porterhouse for Two from Uncle Jack's on Canton Street.
Uncle Jack’s on Canton Street

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.

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Grilled Haloumi from Uncorked on Main in Villa Rica.
Uncorked on Main

Villa Rica’s best place to relax, celebrate or anything else you can do over a bottle of wine is at Uncorked on Main. Uncorked on Main is everything local – local art, local wines, and delicious dishes with ingredients from local farmers. Find out why this family owned business is big on Georgia wines – and why you should be, too.

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Universal Joint

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.

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In unWine’d’s version of Unagi Don, charcoal broiled eel is served on top of sushi rice and is drizzled with wasabi, soy sauce, sesame seeds, and comes with wasabi mayonnaise and sweet soy glaze.
unWine’d and Tap

unWine’d and Tap in Marietta is the perfect place to relax and unwind after a long day. They offer 16 wine choices on tap, all served at the perfect temperature, and with the help of a beverage coordinator. This couple-owned restaurant began their success in the food industry with their wine and beer shop, unCorked, located next door to the restaurant. Now, they are serving up delicious tapas and platters. They offer lots of special events such as wine dinners, liquor pairings, and wine tastings for those who want to enjoy their drink on a more elevated level.

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Bottled Cocktails from Up on the Roof.
Up on the Roof

The view of downtown Alpharetta is beautiful Up on the Roof! Up on the Roof is an incredible small plate bar and restaurant that’s become one of downtown Alpharetta’s go-to places for a great night out. They bottle their own delicious cocktails and have small plates like Smoked Beef Rib, a seasonal Deviled Egg dish called the Humpty Dumpty, incredible Honey Soy fried chicken lettuce wraps, and much more!

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Varuni Napoli

Fantastic Neapolitan pizza made by one of the nicest men in the business.

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Vero Pizzeria

A concept dedicated to cooking pizza true to Naples, Italy, Vero is focused on using the freshest ingredients to craft the highest quality pies.

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Victory Sandwich Jack Coke Slushie
Victory Sandwich Bar

In Inman Park there’s a sandwich spot that offers sandwiches and one of the city’s best patios for people-watching.

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The turkey burger from Village Burger.
Village Burger

Make your burger your way at Village Burger. With multiple protein options – beef, turkey, fried/grilled chicken and a house made black bean veggie burger – you’ll get exactly what you want. Plus, they have other great options like buffalo fries and 1/4 pound Hebrew National hot dogs. Don’t forget to grab a Frozen Custard on your way out!

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A salad and wine pairing from Vino Venue.
Vino Venue

Vino Venue is all about the perfect pair – wine and food. The unique wine selection at Vino Venue is extensive and always changing.

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The Vintage Pizza from Vintage Pizzeria
Vintage Pizzeria

Get your favorite Italian-American cuisine in the cozy neighborhood pub feel you crave. Vintage Pizza brings the old style of making pizzas, pastas, calzones & Stromboli’s to Chamblee. From classics like lasagna and caprese salad to their house specialty, the Blue Pie, they’re bringing the best of Jersey to the Atlanta area

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Virgil's Gullah Kitchen-Afta Church Plate
Virgil’s Gullah Geechee Kitchen

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.

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Who’s Got Soul?

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.

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Seafood boil from Wild Crab.
Wild Crab

Wild Crab is the latest boil-in-a-bag restaurant that’s winning Atlanta seafood lovers’ hearts by storm. With their patented house sauce, robust portion sizes and excellent cocktail menu, everyone who goes to Wild Crab becomes a repeat customer.

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Assorted pastries from Wildflour

Fresh Greens. Carefully Cooked Proteins. Freshly Baked Bread. The Perfect Sandwich is alive and well at Wildflour in Alpharetta.

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Williamson Bros. BBQ

Williamson Bros. Bar-B-Q has it all: appetizers and sides that would make grandma giddy; platters and sandwiches piled high with smoked-onsite meats; to-die-for desserts; the best barbecue and steak sauces in the South; and catering services that bring the Bar-B-Q to you.

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Traditional Southern specialties take an ambitious step forward at Chef Jason Hill’s Inman Park eatery.

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Prime Angus Beef Charbroiled Burger from Woodlands Grill in Barnsley Resort.
Woodlands Grill

You don’t have to be legacy at the country club to say, “Let’s lunch at the resort” these days. At Barnsley Resort’s Woodlands Grill, you can get a world class dining experience from chef Javier Cuesta in the bucolic, Northwest Georgia setting. Try Dugan’s KO Burger when you visit – a prime 8oz burger with melted cambozola cheese and smoked pepper bacon.

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Pile on the shwarma, falafel and toppings and add one of their signature low- sugar sodas for the complete Mediterranean meal at Yalla.

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Yebo Ski Haus

In South Africa, the country is so geographically vast, that you can spend a morning in the snow capped mountains and an afternoon at the beach. At South African restauranteur Justin Anthony’s Yebo, you get both experiences in one restaurant.

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Yeero Village

For unexpectedly authentic Greek flavors, look no further than Yeero Village in Roswell. The tzatziki sauce is unmatched, the lamb is tender and flavorful, and the saganaki is served flaming hot! On a time crunch? Grab a delicious gyro from their drive-through. This spot is perfect for a bang-for-your-buck meal with your friends and family, or just a quick grab and go!

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Zalads, Fingerz, Zappetizers and more. Zaxby’s has a parlance all their own, but rest assured, whatever language you speak it tastes delicious.

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Late night Dim Sum in the City of Lights

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