Inman Park is a l eafy area known for its food scene. Hip brunch spots, cafes and wine bars cluster around the Eastside BeltLine Trail, a converted railway line popular with walkers and cyclists. There’s also Krog Street Market, with artisan bakeries and food stalls in a refurbished factory. Check out some of the best restaurants in the Inman Park neighborhood now!
“What is Ticonderoga? A question asked by all new members and honored guests. Ticonderoga: a place of meeting, of congregation, of plots and schemes; a place of boisterous drinking and grateful dining, of revelry, revelation, revolution; a home for friends and wayward strangers. Ticonderoga: the club to which any of striving soul and honest heart are welcome to join.” This establishments love for lore and revelry is not lost on their food or cocktails one bit. Items such as Mackerel Conserva,Sweet & Sour Charred Pork, and Pineapple Upside-Down Cake give you a little glimpse of what the haunt likes to indulge in.
Located in a fully restored factory, features a colorful dining room where delicious Mexican and American foods are served. You may know this as ‘Tex-Mex’ cuisine. Here, authentic products of craftsmanship are displayed along with curios that may be obtained. The atmosphere of the Old West has been preserved for the enjoyment of all guests.
A pleasantly trendy upstairs will showcase unique and fun versions of seafood dishes while the 1970’s area “below deck” will highlight some of the best craft cocktails in the city. Be sure to check out oyster happy hour Monday through Friday and the “Donut Brunch” on Saturday & Sunday.
299 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307
A farmer centrist restaurant that isn’t afraid to be adventurous with it’s offerings in both it’s beverage program and lunch and dinner menus. A beautiful white washed interior that highlights antlers and mammals of all types including the famous “one eared stag”.
Opened in 1999, Sotto Sotto is the most celebrated and critically acclaimed Italian Restaurant in Atlanta. Named one of the 20 best Italian restaurants in the US by the New York Post, it is the go-to restaurant for innumerable celebrities, athletes, and even a past President. Chef-owner Riccardo Ullio serves simple, regional food derived from centuries of culinary traditions. The all-Italian, awarding-winning wine list. is the deepest in the southeast. Impeccable hospitality and an intimate dining room promote the feeling of dining in a roomful of friends rather than strangers. Dishes here are firmly rooted in centuries of Italian tradition – from tortelli di Michelangelo, a 15th century dish of plump ravioli stuffed with veal, chicken and pork in a silky butter-and-sage sauce, to the simple, traditional appeal of seasonal favorites such as risotto al basilico, made with carnaroli rice, marinated heirloom tomatoes and summer basil.
As a 20th-century Victorian-style home, a Methodist Protestant church, a dance school and most recently as the Wrecking Bar architectural antiques store, the journey to bring you an ever-changing selection of specialty beers brewed on site and craft pub food has been defined by fond memories made by notable Atlanta families. On June 19, 2011, Bob and Kristine Sandage began a new legacy, as the basement of the charismatic Victor H. Kriegshaber House was christened as the Wrecking Bar Brewpub! Charred Octopus, Beef Cheek, and Bratwurst are a few things to eat while you sample their great beer selection.