Check our what we think are the best restaurants in Atlanta. In Buckhead, Midtown, Inman Park, West Midtown, Downtown, and Decatur you can find these phenomenal spots. Some of the best restaurants in Atlanta GA range from family style to fine dining. Check out this tasty list of dining options below and get ready to have some of the BEST food in Atlanta!
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”.
Hugh Acheson presides at this upmarket Southern eatery where you can have “Royal Red Shimp” shrimp to start your meal, enjoy “Lamb Pappardelle” for dinner, and finish off with a “Chocolate Chess Tart”. In true Acheson style no detail is overlooked from the restaurants interior to the curated coffee selections that are offered. Stick around after dinner for a drink and play boccie ball in their courtyard.
Miller Union, was founded in 2009 by Steven Satterfield and Neal McCarthy in the refurbished warehouse that sits on the former site and has since contributed to the evolution of the neighborhood. They created a rustic, yet modern atmosphere with a respect for the history of the neighborhood, and an anchor for the emerging one. Miller Union has since become an Atlanta mainstay. The restaurant embodies an authentic approach to farmstead-inspired cooking, in which ingredients drive the menu. Satterfield’s style is simple, but creative and refined, with a lean on Southern history. McCarthy’s acclaimed wine program complements the style of Satterfield’s cooking with a dynamic wine list that focuses on small producers with sustainable farming practices.
Kimball House serve’s food and drinks that reflect the seasons, farms, and personalities of the people preparing them. Humility, hospitality, and passion for their crafts are the fuel and foundation. Service with love and a sense of welcome are what you will find inside Kimball House.
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Cooks & Soldiers draws its inspiration from the people and the cuisine of the Basque Country in Spain and France. Pintxos are the Basque answer to tapas. Pintxo Bars represent the casual, convivial aspect of Basque dining, where guests order for the table over a glass of Txakoli (crisp, slightly bubbly Basque wine) or tart Basque cider. Pintxo Bars are loud, vibrant and celebrate the joy of companionship and conversation over the formality of coursed dining. Cooks & Soldiers seeks to recreate this environment with our Pintxos Tradicionales, served on toast, and our Pintxos Especiales, composed expressions from our chefs. The Asador, on the other hand, is a wood-fired grill, elevating the simple yet divine combination of olive oil, salt, pepper, and smoke. At Cooks & Soldiers, the Asador is the centerpiece of our kitchen where whole meats and seafood are grilled over hot coals. These larger asador dishes are designed to be enjoyed communally, accompanied by a variety of fire roasted vegetable offerings.
Bread & Butterfly, a whimsical café & bistro located in the heart of Inman Park, is a European-inspired space to enjoy food and drink from early morning to late night. From its small bar, intimate dining room and beautiful porch area with steel
doors that open to Elizabeth Street to the bright patio outside, Bread & Butterfly is a place to enjoy a cappuccino and perfect croissant, a decadent seasonal breakfast or lunch, or a bistro-style dinner in the evening. Bread & Butterfly also features a unique wine, beer and cocktail list and decadent dessert selections.
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. The chefs Steak Tartare, Sweet and Sour Charred Pork, and Pineapple Upside-Down Cake will transport you back to a simpler time while also blowing your mind with flavor. Truly a unique restaurant and a must visit in Atlanta if you enjoy craft cocktails.
Cape Dutch Braai + Bar opened its doors in fall 2015 from restaurateur Justin Anthony and hospitality group True Story Brands, deriving an unforgettable menu and interior design from the inﬂuence of South African wine country. Cape Dutch provides a modern South African atmosphere and chef experience blended with European technique, with an open-faced grill as a focal point of the restaurant. Boasting an array of signature international dishes from Chef Philippe Haddad, the selections include prime grilled steaks, seafood and vegetables served in authentic South African style and complemented by a globally sourced wine list. Menu selections include a handful of small plates to share, a variety of braai items including steak, whole fish and Cornish hen, braai sauces, side items and signature entrees flaunting chef Haddad’s Belgian touch.
Address: 1782 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30324