The Atlanta Eats Restaurant Finder
Embark on an appetizing adventure and savor the exotic flavors of South Africa in a seductively ambient environment.
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.
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.
Breakfast with a little flavor from Cajun Country
Atlanta is the city of dining out, so dine out in the best way possible at Aria.
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.
Authentic Thai food with a sleek train vibe make Bangkok Station a delicious and unique dining experience!
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.
Bell Street Burritos is the perfect stop after you walk the Beltline from Piedmont Park to the Old Fourth Ward.
This casual-yet-hip Decatur favorite has mastered the art of “Indian Tapas.”
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.
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.
A true Atlanta institution serving upscale diner fare that folks cannot get enough of.
It doesn’t get more local than Buttermilk Kitchen — owner/chef, Suzanne Vizethan makes her own buttermilk.
Delightful and imaginative chocolates made from scratch, bean to bar
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!
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.
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.
This old-school chop house right off of West Paces Ferry has made itself a staple in Atlanta.
The freshest seafood, prime steak and every game you could want at this upscale sports restaurant.
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.
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.
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.
Taking the concept from Midtown to Buckhead, Ecco is bringing it’s iconic dishes and decor to another tony Atlanta neighborhood.
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.
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.
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.
A wonderful mixture of Gatsby style and southern charm. Welcome to Hal’s!
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
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.
This acclaimed Buckhead gastropub – and its illustrious late-night burger – needs no introduction.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kevin Rathbun’s fourth Atlanta restaurant is a fine addition to his eponymous Rathbun’s, Kevin Rathbun Steak, and Krog Bar.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Maggiano’s has been bringing Italy to the Atlanta area for 20 years and they are top on our list.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Born in New Orleans, one of the most incredible food towns in the world, this restaurant now has locations all over the country.
A cult favorite brings burgers and shakes to Atlanta.
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.
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.
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!
Ford Fry’s latest spot that has turned into the hottest table in Atlanta.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
An old mansion converted into a restaurant & bar is just one of the many awesome things about this Buckhead hot spot.
Power lunches, your face on the wall and the best Chicken Parm in Atlanta; what’s not to love at The Palm?
Chic New-American-meets-Southern restaurant with craft cocktails & locally sourced, seasonal food.
Tin Lizzy’s has taken traditional TexMex and upgraded the terminology to one that evokes more flair.
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.
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.
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.